Best of B105 – The Top 10 Most Read and Most Shared Stories of 2013 on KKCB.com
Here we are, days away from saying goodbye to 2013. It’s been an interesting year, with lots of memorable stories we’ve all shared. Some of these stories are sad and some are happy, others are touching, and some are just plain goofy.
We’ve taken a little time to see what your favorite stories of the year have been. We looked at what was the most read, most shared, and most visited stuff our staff has shared with you, and here is the top 10. To see any of the stories, just click on the title.
Chris Allen interviews Gretchen Wilson, and stops the outspoken singer in her tracks. Was Chris doing his best Barbara Walters style questioning, or did he catch her off guard?
With bridge safety remaining at the top of people’s minds, news that one of Duluth & Superior’s own bridges made this list caught people’s attention.
Ken & Cathy smelled smoke one morning, leading to a morning show adventure that reminded Ken of this hilarious moment from The Office.
Ken was surrounded by sick people at work one day, leading to this investigation into whether or not he could fend of the illness with a little help. Did it work? Find out!
Grab the tissues! This touching wedding dance video pulled at everyone’s heartstrings this year.
While we may grumble about having to shovel out after a snow storm, or grit our teeth about being “bridged” once in awhile, there is plenty we love about living in this area – and you agreed!
The family behind the hit TV show Duck Dynasty has made a lot of news this year. Between stealing headlines and entertaining audiences, they got together and did a Christmas album. So, how is it?
Cathy stirred up the internet, asking whether or not there was such a thing as “pepper gender”, and what it meant for flavor.
Cathy is always good for finding delicious recipes, and this one topped a lot of people’s list of must-make desserts this year.
Love them, or hate them; the Roberstons have been the family of the year. Their quest to get more money for their television series was the most visited story of the year on our website.