Most read local stories on in March 2011

December 20, 2011 4:35:34 AM PST
Below are the stories you clicked on most on in March of 2011:

1. Leap lands 375-pound shark in fishing boat
A fisherman holding an eight-foot shark; it's the kind of picture you know comes with an incredible story.

2. Woman fatally shot in road rage incident
A mother of five was shot and killed after a road rage confrontation and it could take days before the woman arrested for the killing is charged.

3. Christian pole dancing class creating controversy
Women in the Houston area are pole dancing once a month ... for Jesus. Yes, the dance moves once reserved for strip clubs are being embraced by devout, church-going women.

4. Man dies after falling off roller coaster at Rodeo carnival
The last night of the rodeo ended in tragedy. A man fell to his death from one of the carnival's roller coasters.

5. Family says day care owner Jessica Tata turns herself in
Jessica Tata, a woman wanted after a day care center fire killed four small children, has surrendered.

6. How was day care owner charged in fire able to flee?
The woman accused in a day care fire that killed four young children is now half a world away. As efforts are made to bring her back to face charges, new questions are being raised and people want to know how she was able to flee in the first place.

7. Angleton man killed during violent home invasion
Police are looking for several people who shot and killed a man in his Brazoria County home last night.

8. New charges filed in deadly day care fire
Prosecutors have leveled more charges against the woman accused of leaving children alone last week when a fire broke out at the day care that killed four.

9. Teacher assaulted by student has claim denied by district
A teacher was assaulted by a student, and months later, he is still dealing with medical problems. The family tells Eyewitness News they feel the school district has turned its back on them.

10. Day care owner Jessica Tata arrives in Houston
After fleeing to another continent, the woman at the center of a deadly daycare fire is no longer a fugitive.

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