One local Waffle House is now sunny side up.
A recall petition against Chairman Charles Bannister will not go forward, a judge ruled Monday.
Weather went awry and firefighters kept busy around Gwinnett on Monday evening, as they responded to 122 total incidents in less than a four-hour span.
When Dorothy Chlopek's air conditioning system started blowing warm air into her house Monday morning, the Buford senior made a couple of phone calls.
A Stone Mountain man is now in jail after police say he had sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old girl he had been seducing across state lines for months.
A handful of companies are intrigued with the proposal to privatize the Gwinnett County Airport.
Police have charged a Lawrenceville man with exposing his genitals -- and his tongue -- to women and children outside a Dollar General last week.
A Duluth landmark is set to be back in business today.
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon said Monday it was trying to assess the damage caused by the leak of some 91,000 classified documents on the Afghanistan war.
SAO PAULO -- Protesters on Monday released workers from the construction site of an Amazon hydroelectric plant that Indians say is being built on an ancient burial ground.
NEW YORK -- ABC's ''The View'' has welcomed many notable guests, but none more prominent than President Barack Obama, who is scheduled to visit for Thursday's edition.
ST. LOUIS -- Heavy storms and scorching temperatures have failed to deter rock bands from performing at an outdoor stadium in St. Louis, but a bombardment of pigeon droppings proved too much for the Kings of Leon.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A wide range of arrest warrants has been issued for a Lawrenceville man after police say he entered the apartment of an estranged ex-girlfriend last week, brandishing a handgun and scuffling with the two people inside.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Thanks to special tax bills sent out this March, commissioners have enough to balance this year's budget.
In a day and age when most high school athletes focus on just one sport, Mill Creek's Brandon Hayman's careful planning has allowed him to split his time between football and basketball this summer.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson was one of the busiest men during the print media's interview time Monday at the Grandover Resort during The ACC Football Kickoff event.
CONYERS -- The Georgia Environmental Protection Division has fined Rockdale Water Resources $46,000 due to a reported industrial discharge of wastewater at the Quigg Branch treatment facility.
CONYERS -- Rockdale County Public Schools celebrated its high-achieving schools this past week.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- For the second time this season and second time since coming to Gwinnett, rain stopped the G-Braves before they even started. The storms that arrived in northern Gwinnett County about 5 p.m. never let up at Coolray Field and the lightning and thunder only increased as game time approached. By 7:30 p.m., crew chief Jon Merry called the game, sending the handful of patient fans home.
The tennis community went a long way in changing that perception over the last week as the inaugural Atlanta Tennis Championships drew impressive crowds at the Atlanta Athletic Club. The event -- won by sixth-seeded Mardy Fish after his exciting 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (4) victory over local favorite John Isner in Sunday's finals -- was the first ATP Tour event in Atlanta since 2001.
Gary Pirkle Park's new synthetic turf seemed perfectly welcoming of the semi-pro team transplanted from its inaugural season at Berkmar High.
DULUTH -- With former Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight champion Rich Franklin in attendance, 790 The Zone's Jose Santiago as ring announcer and what looked to be a near capacity crowd in attendance, the atmosphere at Saturday's Wild Bill's Fight Night 29 was truly electric.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A judge declared a mistrial Monday after jurors failed to reach a unanimous decision in Xavier Daniels' murder trial.
Atlanta has reclaimed a once-familiar position, first place in the NL East for going on two months now. Even after losing two of three at Florida over the weekend (just their second series loss since early May), the Braves enjoyed a day off Monday with a 41/2-game lead over Philadelphia, the league's two-time reigning champs.
NEW ORLEANS -- Tony Hayward, who became the face of BP's flailing efforts to contain the massive Gulf oil spill, will step down as chief executive in October and be offered a job with the company's joint venture in Russia, a person familiar with the matter said Monday.
ATLANTA -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel wants to create more charter schools in Georgia, expand online classes for K-12 education and give teachers merit pay.
LOS ANGELES -- Leonardo DiCaprio's "Inception" has won a battle of superstar action thrillers over Angelina Jolie's "Salt" at the weekend box office.
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Kaye Cowher, the wife of ex-Steelers coach Bill Cowher and a former basketball player at North Carolina State and in the now-defunct Women's Professional Basketball League, has died of skin cancer. She was 54. View and sign Guest Book inside this story
Lawyer for tug pilot in crash fears felony
After the school year ended, Brandon Hayman sat down with Mill Creek head football coach Shannon Jarvis and the two discussed the summer schedule.
President to appear on ‘The View’
LAWRENCEVILLE — A wide range of arrest warrants has been issued for a Lawrenceville man after police say he entered the apartment of an estranged ex-girlfriend last week, brandishing a handgun and scuffling with the two people inside.
DULUTH — With former Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight champion Rich Franklin in attendance, 790 The Zone’s Jose Santiago as ring announcer and what looked to be a near capacity crowd in attendance, the atmosphere at Saturday’s Wild Bill’s Fight Night 29 was truly electric.
NEW ORLEANS -- The man overseeing the much-maligned response by BP PLC to the Gulf oil spill crisis is the likely choice to replace gaffe-prone Tony Hayward to run the company and would become the first American to ever head the oil giant.