The BBC Scotland news website looks back at the most-read stories of 2010.
The rankings are based on the number of page views. Here are the stories from number 20 to 11:
Dance music star Basshunter has been charged by police over an alleged sex assault on two female fans at a Fife nightclub gig.
An animal charity is hoping to find the owner of a dog which boarded a Glasgow bus in freezing conditions and refused to leave.
A woman has been charged after a 10-year-old girl was attacked by two Rottweiler dogs in a Dundee street.
More than 80 motorists were stuck overnight in Aberdeenshire as heavy snow continues to affect large parts of Scotland.
A train derailment in Argyll which left eight people injured was "probably" caused by a landslide, British Transport Police (BTP) have said.
The University of Dundee has published another image captured by its satellite receiving station showing much of the UK covered in snow.
BBC Radio 4 programme Far From the Madding Child visits the village where residents must be more than 45 years old.
A teenage girl has been jailed for life for killing a Fife grandmother during a row over £5 and a borrowed cigarette.
Police have launched an investigation into the death of one of Britain's youngest Lottery jackpot winners.
A new research project in the Highlands has provided a rare insight into the secret world of one of Britain's most endangered and elusive species.