1. This week's top story was the MU Police Department's announcement of a break in a 2005 murder case. Eight years ago, the body of retired MU research assistant Jeong Im was found in the trunk of his car in the Maryland Avenue parking garage. Im had been stabbed multiple times. A person with information about the case came forward in December, implicating Timothy Hoag, who jumped to his death from the parking garage at Fifth and Walnut streets in August. MU police say DNA evidence gathered from the crime scene confirms that Hoag is believed to have murdered Im. (3,534 page views)
THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: New evidence in a 2005 murder; MU athletics announces 'major gift'
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