The Gwinnett County wrestling coaches held their season-ending banquet Monday at Parkview High School and Collins Hill brought home three of the top honors.
A total of 16 Gwinnett high school basketball players were named to the Atlanta Tipoff Club All-Metro Teams, which were released Monday.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton toured Haiti's rubble-filled capital Monday to raise aid and investment for a country still reeling from a devastating Jan. 12 earthquake.
Kent Rollins' game-winning two-RBI double led South Gwinnett past Redan 6-5 in the bottom of the eighth inning Monday.
ATLANTA -- Georgia waded into the polarizing debate over health care reform Monday as the Republican-controlled House rejected a constitutional amendment that would have allowed the state's residents to opt out of federal health mandates in a sweeping bill approved by Congress.
FARGO, N.D. -- The Red River Valley's battle with major flooding for the second straight year has intensified the push for a solution that doesn't rely on thousands of volunteers and millions of sandbags.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Alfred Stewart isn't sure what to think of a massive health care reform measure passed in Congress on Sunday. But as he left Gwinnett Medical Center on Monday after visiting a friend, he knew one thing: He hopes it will help the thousands of people who don't have health insurance.
NORCROSS -- Sadie's in high spirits despite the bullet. The 3-month-old pit bull puppy acted as an outlet for her neighbor's rage last week, and will live out her dog years with a bullet lodged in her right front paw, according to police and the animal's caretakers.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Prices at the gas pump are at their highest in almost a year and a half. Prices for gasoline lingered at a 17-month high Monday following a steady climb in recent weeks.
DACULA -- Amanda McKinley recently had about $9,200 worth of dental work done and paid only $1,200 cash for lab fees for the services.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A Duluth attorney has been sentenced to serve time in federal prison on charges of filing false documents in an effort to assist clients in obtaining legal status in the U.S.
LILBURN -- Local attorney Keith Royal entered his name into the House District 102 race. Royal, a Republican, is seeking the state House seat after Rep. Clay Cox announced he would run for Congress.
BUFORD -- Two men are behind bars and a woman is wanted in connection with a double-shooting near downtown Buford on Friday night, police said Monday.
SUWANEE -- A canine search team found a Suwanee teen in good health near Duluth on Monday, after he'd reportedly ran away from home a day and a half prior, police said.
SNELLVILLE -- By a vote of 4-2 Monday, Snellville Mayor Jerry Oberholtzer and City Council members voted to postpone a vote that would grant or deny a conditional-use permit for a pawn shop on U.S. Highway 78.
KABUL -- President Hamid Karzai has met with representatives of a major Taliban-linked insurgent group in a step toward national reconciliation, presidential spokesmen said Monday.
NAIROBI, Kenya -- Ben Affleck launched a new initiative Monday to raise money and awareness over atrocities committed against women and children during years of conflict in eastern Congo, Affleck told The Associated Press.
ABERDEEN, Miss. -- Mississippi officials who canceled a prom after a lesbian student asked to bring her girlfriend told a federal judge Monday that there were issues with the event even before that.
There's a place in South America where kids play soccer year-round. They wake up early before school to play a game and then will play some more after school. The soccer fields are mostly dirt and less grass. Actual soccer cleats are seldom used and soccer goals are fashioned out of makeshift materials.
North Gwinnett boys basketball head coach Len Garner tendered his resignation after a meeting with school officials last week when it became clear there were different visions in the direction of the program.
In an effort to assist school systems suffering financial woes, the Georgia High School Association's Executive Committee voted in a measure of help Monday at its meeting.
Wearing contact lenses for the first time, Nate McLouth has been able to see the ball better than ever this spring. That doesn't mean, however, that the Atlanta center fielder has been able to hit it.
With Atlanta having its only scheduled day off of the spring, Jair Jurrjens got in four innings of work with the G-Braves in an exhibition game against Toledo.
With Mike Dunn and Mariano Gomez sent to Gwinnett, the battle for the final spot in the Atlanta bullpen appears to be down to a couple of surprise candidates.
ATLANTA -- U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal has resigned from Congress after casting a vote against a sweeping Democratic-sponsored overhaul of healthcare. He is leaving to pursue the Republican nomination for governor in Georgia.
SNELLVILLE Kent Rollins' game-winning two-RBI double led South Gwinnett past Redan 6-5 in the bottom of the eighth inning Monday.
WASHINGTON Sen. John McCain says Democrats who championed the historic health care bill that passed the House haven't heard the last of the issue, predicting reprisals at the polls and in the courts.