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As we move deeper into 2013, we here at KTAR.com decided to take a look back at the most-read stories of the past six months.

From a shooting in Phoenix to crazy weather, from Jodi Arias to the Boston Marathon bombings, the past six months have brought a variety of stories and readers to KTAR.com.

Below are the top three stories from each month.

The most-read story overall? The Department of Labor saying that Amy's Baking Company in Scottsdale, Ariz., may be in violation of the law after they were documented on "Kitchen Nightmares" taking tips customers believed were going to servers.

Thanks to all of you for reading, sharing and commenting.


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