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Monday, December 31, 2012

RFT's 10 Biggest Stories of 2012

Posted By on Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 9:37 AM

Samantha Edwards + bath salts = naked mayhem
  • Samantha Edwards + bath salts = naked mayhem
They're probably not the most important stories of 2012, but if you wish to really know what's up in St. Louis, make sure you've made it through the ten most-viewed articles on in 2012. Happy New Year!

10) Samantha Edwards: Charged With Naked Ice Capades in Greene County

It's all fun and games until some gal snorts bath salts. 

9) Missouri Representative Stacey Newman Introduces Bill to Restrict Vasectomies

In response to all the man-talk about when/how women have abortions, one St. Louis County politician decided to file an ironic bill about when/how males should have vasectomies.

Alicea Binford and Shelley Lewis: Lots of swingin' on the course.
  • Alicea Binford and Shelley Lewis: Lots of swingin' on the course.
8) Alicia Binford and Shelly Lewis: Their Golf Game is Indecent

A citizen complained, so the police showed up to a golf course in Alton. Sure enough, there were boobies. And then arrests.

7) Busted! Scamwich Artist Unmasked by Local Restaurant Owners

Mitchell Kerman had a good thing going: He would call an eatery, complain about his order, and get free food -- until several restaurateurs realized they'd been hornswoggled!

6) Missouri's Prop B is About Tobacco Taxes, But You'd Never Know from Billboards

The aim of Prop B was to raise tobacco taxes and give that money to schools. But the convenience store lobby killed the initiative by putting up signs that left out some, shall we say, rather pertinent information.

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