KOOL 101.7 Top Stories of 2011
The new year is almost here, so it seems fitting to take a look back at the top 10 most visited stories of 2011. Ranked by total hits from January through December, here are the most visited stories you checked out this year.
News broke earlier this year about who the woman is in an iconic photo of Elvis Presley. She appeared on NBC's “Today” to tell the tale.
Shirley MacLaine made an appearance in the final season of Oprah to talk about many things, including airing some dirty laundry.
Rayman found a listing for Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Bel Air Mansion, and your curiosity brought this story to the 8th most visited KOOL story of 2011.
Government leaders looked to the public for the naming of a government building – and the public suggested a former mayor from Indiana named Harry Baals.
It happens every year – bunch of us end up needing extra time to get our tax information sent in. A quick blurb on how to get an extension proved quite popular for the 2011 tax season.
Gene Simmons of KISS fame dropped by NBC's “Today” to talk about his TV show. Chris shared the details in this story.
A ship named Titanic is apparently forever cursed. Chris shared the story of another ship named Titanic and its fate.
The Fall TV lineups and announcement of CBS cancelling “$#*! My Dad Says” found itself as the 3rd most popular story in 2011 on our website.
Rayman revealed the art of Naked Therapy and one therapist that is practicing this trade.
Chris shared a hilarious video of a couple grandparents attempting to figure out how to use a webcam.