Different year, same story.
All of the cities from that list appear in this year's edition, with only a few changing places with each other. The list also looks a lot like Forbes' compilation from a year ago.
Nationally, things did change for the worse from year to year. 24/7 Wall Street reports that "after falling for five consecutive years, the number of violent crimes across the United States rose by 1.2 percent in 2012."
MOST DANGEROUS CITIES: (Story Continues Below)
The list is based on the FBI's Uniform Crime Report that lists murder, nonnegligent manslaughter, rape, robbery and aggravated assault as violent crimes.
See which cities have the ignominious distinction of being the five "most violent" in America below and check out the entire compilation here.