Bethesda Patch 2012 Top Stories: Lululemon Sentencing, Hurricane Sandy
A look back at the year in Bethesda news.
The sentencing of convicted Lululemon killer Brittany Norwood, the murder trial of a former Landon student accused of killing his ex-girlfriend at the University of Virginia, an outraged mother who said toddlers wandered off from her daycare center.
These are just a few of the top stories Bethesda Patch reported on this year.
From preparing for Hurricane Sandy to crime on the Capital Crescent Trail to a sad end to a search for Cokie Roberts' missing dog, there's been no shortage of news in 2012 in Bethesda. Catch up here on our most read headlines.
- Lululemon Killer Norwood: 'I Am Truly Sorry'
- Potomac River Prepares to Lose Virginia
- Outraged Mother Says Toddlers Wandered Off From Daycare Center
- UPDATE: Man Dies After Jumping in Front of Metro Train
- UPDATE: Mother Charged For Leaving Girl, 6, Unattended
- Rear-End Crash on Rockville Pike Turns Fatal
- Missing 15-Year-Old Found Safe In California
- 'Potomac River Rapist' Continues to Elude FBI
- Woman, Dogs Found Dead in Bethesda Home
- Huguely Breaks Down in Court
- Hurricane Sandy: Bethesda Info Center
- UPDATE: Man Arrested, Held Without Bond for Home Invasions, Sexual Assaults
- UPDATE: Cokie Roberts' Missing Dog Confirmed Dead
- Lululemon: One Year Later
- Bloomingdale's In White Flint Mall To Close
- UPDATE: Search Continues For Cokie Roberts' Missing Dog
- UPDATE: Police Identify Passengers Killed In Jones Bridge Road Crash
- UPDATE: Contractor Struck, Killed By Own Truck At Bethesda Home
- Arrest Made In Bethesda Burglaries
- Bethesda Man Charged In Boston Transit System Sexual Assault
- Crime Leaves Bethesda Communities On Edge
- Montgomery Mother and Child Need $64,000 for Basic Costs
- Update: Arrest Made in Attempted Robbery Case in Capital Crescent Tunnel