Read WPR’s 5 Most Popular Stories Of 2014

Learn What Were Top Headlines On Wisconsin Public Radio's Website

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The year 2014 was a big one for — it was the first full year we’ve had with our fully redesigned website, and in those 12 months our audience has grown considerably.

Part of that success came because some of the articles on the website seemed to really strike a chord with people — even attracting national attention in some cases.

Without further ado, here are the five most popular articles published on from the past year, as measured in terms of pageviews:

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1. Beloit Police Ask Residents To Volunteer To Have Their Homes Searched For Guns

2. Lake Superior Sea Caves Open For First Time In 5 Years

3. State Lawmaker Introduces Plan To Legalize Marijuana In Wisconsin

4. Walker Signs Law Requiring External Investigations Of Police-Involved Deaths

5. Mosquito Outbreak Plagues Northern Wisconsin