As of Sunday, August 12, 2012
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A divorced Lawrenceville couple living under one roof was found dead Saturday morning in what police are calling a murder-suicide.
Robbery crew who killed Norcross teen in February were looking for drugs and money from his father's cocaine trafficking operation, prosecutors said in federal court.
Skeletal remains of an unidentified black female were found and recovered Sunday afternoon in Lawrenceville.
The principal of the state's largest high school and a longtime Gwinnett County Public Schools veteran has announced he will retire in December.
Like most moms dropping their kindergartners off for the first day of classes on Monday morning, Katie McClendon held back the tears as best she could.
Traffic shifts as part of Ga. 316 project, and crews work quickly to open a detour before college classes begin.
GCPS completed its first enrollment count of the year, counting 158,857 students--that's close to 4,000 than what's projected but officials said they expect the number to go up by 5,000 students before the final enrollment count in September.
The bus driver who allowed a five-year-old student with autism get off the bus at the wrong stop on the first day of school this week has been taken off the route.
A trigonometry teacher from Grayson High School tied others for second place in the women's high jump qualifying rounds at the London 2012 Olympics.
A recent Mill Creek High School graduate and Valdosta State cross-country runner is believed to have drowned Wednesday after officials said he was swimming with teammates in a murky Florida river.