Below are the top 15 most viewed stories in 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the headline to read the original story.
(DEC. 3) An intoxicated Georgia Bulldog fan allegedly wreaked havoc at two Dacula restaurants — groping, licking and flashing fellow patrons before being arrested.
(JULY 31) The wife of a South Gwinnett teacher had her hands and feet amputated after falling victim to a rare bacterial infection born from dog saliva.
(JUNE 1) The family of a Lawrenceville man who died while engaged in a threesome has been awarded $3 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
(NOV. 8) Grayson senior Robert Nkemdiche, the nation's No. 1 football prospect, has decommitted from Clemson, Rams head coach Mickey Conn confirmed.
(MAY 1) A former Brookwood High School student and current Army infantryman is in serious condition after his vehicle was the target of a roadside bomb early Monday morning in Afghanistan.
(NOV. 12) A news anchor for Fox 5 Atlanta has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after authorities say she caused a wrong-way crash on a city street.
(JUNE 13) A large tree fell Wednesday morning and smashed a Snellville home, inadvertently leading police to a stolen vehicle and the arrest of one of the house's residents.
(MAY 17) Authorities dismantle an alleged moonshine still in a Lawrenceville neighborhood, but associates of the accused have their doubts.
(APRIL 26) A woman leapt from her car just before it struck a telephone pole and caught on fire, knocking out power service to portions of Lawrenceville.
(OCT. 8) Moments after Collins Hill High School students rushed the home football turf of rival Peachtree Ridge, a brawl involving about 150 students broke out, requiring a response of more than 20 police officers and Sheriff's Department deputies to restore the peace.
(MAY 1) Johlonda Lindsey, a member of Meadowcreek High School's track team, died in a car accident shortly after midnight. Three other students were injured as they headed to a party after prom.
(JUNE 3) Gwinnett County Commissioner Shirley Lasseter, a seasoned government leader once praised for her motherly concern and reassuring presence in tense meetings, resigned from her post Thursday and pleaded guilty alongside her son in federal court to accepting bribes related to a real estate deal.
(AUG. 13) Former Collins Hill and North Gwinnett basketball player Andrew Anderson passed away after an extended battle with a rare strain of pneumonia.
(MAY 8) The chances of survival for a South Gwinnett grad fighting for her life after a zip-lining accident are "slim to none," her father posted on Facebook.
(JULY 25) A Duluth man arrested after a bath salts-fueled rampage had feces in his mouth and threatened to stab family members, police said.