Special Report

The Most Dangerous Town in Every State

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Alabama: Eufaula
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 821.2 (Alabama: 453.6)
> Number of violent crimes: 95 (Alabama: 22,322)
> Murders reported in 2020: 3 (Alabama: 471)
> Poverty rate: 30.6% (Alabama: 16.7%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 11,568

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Alaska: Nome
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 4,205.1 (Alaska: 837.8)
> Number of violent crimes: 164 (Alaska: 6,126)
> Murders reported in 2020: 2 (Alaska: 49)
> Poverty rate: 7.5% (Alaska: 10.7%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 3,900

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Arizona: South Tucson
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 1,974.5 (Arizona: 484.8)
> Number of violent crimes: 113 (Arizona: 35,980)
> Murders reported in 2020: 1 (Arizona: 513)
> Poverty rate: 43.7% (Arizona: 15.1%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 5,723

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Arkansas: Osceola
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 2,987.6 (Arkansas: 671.9)
> Number of violent crimes: 195 (Arkansas: 20,363)
> Murders reported in 2020: 2 (Arkansas: 321)
> Poverty rate: 27.5% (Arkansas: 17.0%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 6,527

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California: Needles
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 1,602.6 (California: 442.0)
> Number of violent crimes: 80 (California: 174,026)
> Murders reported in 2020: 0 reported (California: 2,203)
> Poverty rate: 25.9% (California: 13.4%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 4,992