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Top 10 most popular stories for July 2-8

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of July 2 to July 8, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Teenager killed in Grayson wreck ID'd, 3 others injured

A driver has been charged with DUI in the Sunday night crash that killed a Grayson teen, but the preliminary investigation has police believing the wreck wasn't his fault.

Cops: Duluth man on bath salts had feces in his mouth

A Duluth man arrested Tuesday after a bath salts-fueled rampage had feces in his mouth and threatened to stab family members.

Van hits, kills Lawrenceville family in Miami

A Lawrenceville woman and two children have died after authorities say a minivan jumped a curb and hit them as they walked to their car after a Marlins game in Miami.

Sugarloaf stretch reaches Ga. 316

The key connection in a five-year-long project to extend Sugarloaf Parkway has finally been reached.

Cops trying to ID two killed after leaving AA meeting

Gwinnett County police are asking for help identifying the badly burned remains of two people killed early Tuesday in a Sugar Hill car crash.

Prince brothers remembered at funeral

Griffin and Jake Prince were honored on Tuesday at a funeral service at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Suwanee.

Grayson High student killed in wreck 'could light up a room'

Better known as "Angel," Brittany Sailors was a cheerleader and is remembered as an outgoing, caring girl. She was a devout member of Graystone Church.

Crowds flock to Mall of Georgia for Fabulous Fourth

The 10th annual Mall of Georgia Fabulous Fourth event drew thousands who listened to live music and browsed vendor booths before fireworks on Wednesday. (Spotted photos inside)

Victims ID'd in fiery Sugar Hill crash

Gwinnett police have tentatively identified two people involved in a fiery crash early on Tuesday.

Buford Harley dealer killed in Tenn. storms

The owner of a Buford Harley-Davidson dealership was among those killed when violent thunderstorms ripped through Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains Thursday.