The results are in! Your top 4 favorite local stories of 2015

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We took a look back at 2015's top-viewed local stories of 2015 and asked you to vote on your favorite.

We've tallied the numbers!  Here are your top 4 favorites:

TIED IN 4TH PLACE:  The guilty verdict and recommended 263 years behind bars for former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, who was convicted on December 9th of assaulting several women while on duty.  Also tied for 4th,  the May 6th tornado that devoured parts of  south Oklahoma City, and Moore damaging hundreds of homes and businesses. That same storm also brought flooding, causing a woman to drown in her old-fashioned storm cellar.

3RD PLACE:  The October 24th OSU homecoming parade crash, in which driver, 25-year-old Adacia Chambers, is accused of plowing into the crowd, killing four people, 2-year-old Nash Lucas, 23-year-old Nikita Nakal, and Dr. Marvin and Bonnie Stone.

2ND PLACE:  Remembering our own Bob Barry, Jr., who lost his life in a motor scooter accident on June 20th.

1ST PLACE:  An Edmond little girls t-ball team named "Freeze" goes viral in June after teammates dress up in Frozen princess attire and put on some tough faces.

Thanks for your votes and have a happy 2016!