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Wife of South Gwinnett teacher had her hands and feet amputated this week after falling victim to a rare bacterial infection born from dog saliva.
Former Commissioner Kevin Kenerly's bankruptcy case may be resolved a week before he goes to court on criminal charges.
The voters spoke Tuesday with a clearly resounding “no” to a regional sales tax proposed to solve metro Atlanta’s transportation woes.
Mike Beaudreau's hopes for an outright win in the Republican primary were dashed late Tuesday, sending the incumbent District 3 commissioner to a runoff to decide if he gets a third term.
When asked if they support casinos funding education in Georgia, Gwinnett there was no resounding answer from voters in Gwinnett or at the state level.
Despite more than doubling the vote tally of her nearest competitor, Kathy Schrader is headed to a runoff.
Chick-fil-A supporters are eating at the chicken chain's restaurants as the company continues to be criticized for an executive taking a public position against same-sex marriage.
Authorities confiscated 86 pounds of heroin in a Duluth home Wednesday as part of a bust that was remarkable in scope and indicative of a change in tactics by Mexican drug cartels that use metro Atlanta as a distribution hub.
Nicholas Jackson Sr., the father of the 15-year-old Norcross boy shot down during a February home invasion, has been arrested in connection with a federal investigation.
A former Lawrenceville resident accused of killing his 2-year-old daughter and hiding her body in an attic was apprehended in Mexico this week after a four-year search.