Pick top 10 stories for 2015

What are your top 10 local stories for 2015? Rank them from 1, for the best, and 10 for the 10th best.

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Two men charged with enticing a developmentally disabled friend to jump into the freezing ocean
GOP loses two Assembly seats in the 11th District, traditionally a Republican stronghold
2015 proved to be one of the best summers for the Shore in years
Mets lose to Royals in World Series
Gov. Chris Christie runs for president
Rutgers fires its athletic director and football coach in one weekend
NJ Sen. Robert Menendez indicted on corruption charges; pleads not guilty
Video shows Monmouth County jail inmate being beaten by corrections officers; jury finds no fault
Mary Lee, a 16-foot great white shark, visits the Jersey Shore several times
Long Branch man kills his wife and their two young children in murder-suicide
Former Wall Superintendent of Schools James Habel convicted of official misconduct for lying about taking vacation time
Gov. Chris Christie uses eminent domain to seize beachfront property to build protective dunes
An 8-year-old girl is hit by a stray bullet in her house during a street-side gun battle with police
NJ government raids $50 million from fund designed to protect children from lead poisoning
Brick Superintendent of Schools and others arrested on criminal charges
Lakewood schools fall millions of dollars short as the demand for busing to private schools increase
Triple Crown champion American Pharoah wows Shore fans; wins the Haskell race in Monmouth Park
Bridgegate issues pester Gov. Christie as a former ally pleads guilty
Nearly 14,000 homeowners and 56 lawmakers call for property tax reform following the Press' probe
Common Core and the new PARCC testing sparks outrage and protests by parents
Mumford & Sons headline a huge festival concert in Seaside Heights
Monmouth County's tax assessment program comes under criminal probe following Press investigation
Neptune Police Sgt. Philip Seidel is accused of shooting to death his estranged wife
Mater Dei Prep school in Middletown is saved by donors from closing
Shore Catholics flock to New York and Philadelphia to see and hear Pope Francis

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