The 20 Most Popular DFW Stories Of 2013: Marina Oswald, Bullet Trains, A Strange Bathroom, And More
As 2013 comes to a close, let’s take a look back at some of the most-read stories on KERANews.org.
- Stories related to the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination brought in many readers throughout November, especially a post about the whereabouts of Marina Oswald. Another item that resonated with readers: whatever happened to the pink dress and hat that Jackie Kennedy wore the day her husband was killed in Dallas?
- Readers loved this story about plans to eventually build a bullet train that could take you from Dallas to Houston in just 90 minutes.
- Reporter Courtney Collins expected a grueling disaster scene when she left Dallas for West, Texas. But that's not what she found. Readers appreciated her view of West, and the people who fuel its beating heart.
- Readers were also interested in this story about hospital readmission rates. When you’re leaving the hospital, the last thing you want to think about is being readmitted in a couple weeks. But the odds of being readmitted to a hospital are surprisingly high. Two North Texas hospitals are trying to tackle the problem of high readmissions, with technology.
Drum roll, please. Here’s a list of the 20 most-read stories on KERANews.org this year.