Monday, July 16, 2012
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Nique Leili, a Lawrenceville mother of three, was found dead a year ago.
A look at the arguments for and against a proposed regional transportation sales tax, which will be on July 31 ballots.
Joel Martinez, 32, allegedly led state troopers on chase from Ga. Highway 316 to Beaver Ruin Road
Late-night hijinks on a city-owned golf course in Sugar Hill could cost two beer-swilling teens thousands of dollars for repairs.
A traffic accident on Ga. Highway 316 sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries Tuesday, as onlookers caused multiple additional crashes.
Police say Lawrenceville man was under the influence of booze and pills in a crash that killed his female passenger.
Gwinnett inmate charged with shanking convicted murderer facing additional crimes.
Kyle Maynard -- the Collins Hill graduate and congenital quadruple amputee -- has won another ESPY, an award given out annually by ESPN for sports excellence.
Three new stores are slated to open at the Buford mall this year, including a restaurant and two clothiing stores.
In back-to-back robberies near Norcross, crook netted not one thin dime, police say.