As of Sunday, December 16, 2012
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A man carrying a black revolver robbed a Wendy's restaurant on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard last week, police said.
A 14-year-old Dacula High student said she was raped earlier this month by a schoolmate.
Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson has identified the city employee critically injured last week when a tree crushed a truck while he was driving it.
A wrong-way crash on Ga. Highway 8 last week claimed the lives of two Norcross residents.
After nearly six years of construction, officials opened the final portion of a six-mile stretch linking Sugarloaf Parkway to Ga. Highway 316 south of Dacula.
A tractor-trailer crash damaged Interstate 85 and caused major delays during Thursday morning’s rush hour, and construction crews needed all day to make repairs and reopen all lanes.
An acquaintance of 19-year-old Trevon Watson allegedly shot and killed him Wednesday night during a drug deal gone awry.
Linda Jones, a former Atlanta Falcons cheerleader, is the wife is longtime Brookwood coach Tom Jones.
A Gwinnett County firefighter was arrested this last for allegedly driving under the influence with two young children in the car.
Former Hebron Christian Academy pitcher Mason Felt and his father, Rick, were driving home for the holidays Saturday when a single-vehicle accident in Texas claimed the elder Felt's life.