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Top 10 News Stories of 2013 on ABC 22 Website
Here are the top 10 most viewed news stories that appeared on abc22now.com in 2013.
10. Search Warrant: Mother, Boyfriend Covered Up Toddler's Injuries with Makeup
DAYTON -- ABC22/ FOX45 just obtained a copy of the detailed search warrant from the home of Takota Hasty, the 19-month-old child that died Monday at Children's Medical Center. According to that warrant, Takota's mother Crystal Laurel and her boyfriend Dustin Rybak took him to the hospital Sunday covered in bruises and burn marks that were covered with make-up.
READ MORE: http://abc22now.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/wkef_vid_12523.shtml
9. OSP: Pilot Error in Fatal Air Show Crash
DAYTON -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol completed its investigation into the deadly Air Show crash and concluded it appears to be pilot error. Wing-walker, Jane Wicker, and her pilot, Charlie Schwenker, were both killed instantly when the plane crashed just before one o'clock on the Saturday of the Air Show.
READ MORE: http://www.abc22now.com/template/cgi-bin/archived.pl?typesic&file=/shared/news/top-stories/stories/archive/2013/07/7cbbyLKE.xml
8. Dayton Mom Teaches Her Son An Important Lesson About Skipping Class
DAYTON -- Some might call it cruel, others say it's just unusual punishment. A Dayton mother made her son stand outside his high school, holding a sign saying he skipped class, and got suspended.
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7. Former Anchor Asa George Found Dead
MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- Former ABC 22/FOX 45 anchor and reporter Asa George has died. Police in Milwaukee confirm they have found a body inside her home, but will not yet release a positive ID. Police Chief Chuck Padgett said officers were called to Asa's home to check on her welfare when they found the body.
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6. UPDATE: Video of Gang Rape Posted to Facebook
DAYTON -- Police are now working with local school resource officers, trying to identify a rape victim in a video that was posted to Facebook. Police started investigating the rape after a woman called 911 and said she saw the rape on Facebook.
READ MORE: http://abc22now.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/wrgt_vid_11384.shtml
5. In Arrears: Tenant Late on Rent Spanked By Landlord
WAYNESVILLE -- A prestigious businessman and former Citizen of the Year is now in trouble for spanking another grown man over unpaid rent. Ron Kronenberger, 53, is charged with assault. He owns Hometown Market in Waynesville. The incident allegedly happened in the back office of the store last month. Kronenberger is also a landlord. His tenant came in and didn't have the rent. So Kronenberger reportedly spanked him.
READ MORE: http://www.abc22now.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/wkef_in-arrears-tenant-late-rent-spanked-landlord-11517.shtml?wap=0
4. Teen Arrested for Allegedly Selling Sugar Packets at School
ST. MARYS A practical joke has landed a local teen behind bars and the boys parents say the punishment went too far. My son totally uprooted and slammed into jail over a sugar packet is completely unacceptable to me, said Rob Pence.
READ MORE: http://abc22now.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/wkef_vid_11366.shtml
3. Father Indicted on Corporal Punishment Charges
DAYTON -- A Dayton man has been indicted on charges of child endangering, corporal punishment, after police said he beat his daughters. Police said Greg Horn, 35, is accused of whipping his daughters in the legs with a video cable that connected his TV to his DVD player.
READ MORE: http://abc22now.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/wkef_vid_12329.shtml
2. Springboro Woman Accused of Sexually Explicit Videos With a Young Child
SPRINGBORO -- A Springboro woman is now facing several charges, including illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance. Springboro Police say her friend found five 30-second videos of 32-year-old Tanai Fortman and a child under the age of 5, in sexually explicit situations.
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1. Chicago Proposes Sex Ed For Kindergartners
CHICAGO -- Chicago public schools students get their sex education in the fifth grade as most do in the U.S., but CPS wants to change that, so the instruction begins at age 5.
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