The most-read Abbotsford News stories in 2014

Crime and accidents led the list of most clicked-on stories at abbynews.com

  • Dec. 26, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Investigators at the scene of a body discovery in Mill Lake Park.

The highest-read story of 2014 was the discovery of a woman’s body in Mill Lake Park in July, garnering more than 19,000 views.

Using Google analytics, The News identified the 20 most clicked-on stories of the year, listed here in order.

The headlines are listed below, directly linked to the original online story.

Woman’s body found in Mill Lake Park in Abbotsford

One dead after shooting in Abbotsford

Students offer uplifting message to beloved teacher

Four people stabbed in Abbotsford

Man killed in collision with train in Abbotsford

Body found in Abbotsford confirmed as missing woman Erica Schmidt

Woman reported missing from Abbotsford

Body of Crystal Ratvay found on Sumas Mountain in Abbotsford

Four cougar sightings reported in Abbotsford

Woman dies after two-car crash in Abbotsford

Woman hit by truck on highway in Abbotsford

Chad Kroeger’s former home in Abbotsford hits market for $9 million

Murder victim a recent graduate of Mouat Secondary in Abbotsford

Woman stabbed multiple times and baby taken

Man arrested after shots fired on Bourquin Crescent in Abbotsford

Fatal dump-truck crash shuts down westbound Highway 1 traffic

Chilliwack double-murder suspect arrested in Abbotsford

Homicide victim had Red Scorpion gang ties

Victim of shooting in Abbotsford not co-operating with police

Charges laid in connection to Abbotsford stabbing, July 28

 

 

 

 

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