As of Sunday, November 25, 2012
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Less than a month removed from another previous DUI arrest, police said a Lawrenceville woman consumed more than twice the legal limit in alcohol before being pulled over with her young daughter unrestrained in the back seat.
A government watchdog made the first move in a lawsuit alleging misappropriation of government funds from the county commission and school board.
Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens has confirmed that 28,467 households in the state could be affected by an online security breach involving Nationwide Insurance Co.
For residents of unincorporated Gwinnett, Thanksgiving Day is a trash and recycling holiday. Pickups usually sheduled for Thursday will be rescheduled for Friday and Friday pickups will be rescheduled for Saturday.
Gwinnett police are looking for a man with dirty or greasy "mechanic's hands" they said robbed a gas station.
North Gwinnett High principal Ed Shaddix is in a house divided this week as the Bulldogs take on Grayson in the second round of the playoffs. His wife and two sons are involved in the Grayson football program and booster club.
Kia McCoy looked to rekindle her love of figure skating before she received a cancer diagnosis that changed some of her plans. (With video)
University police discovered the body of Jasmine Benjamin in the study room of her dormitory at Valdosta State University
North Gwinnett celebrated a 28-10 victory over Grayson in the second round of Class AAAAAA state high school football playoff game.
Gwinnett Police have arrested two men in connection with the death of a Lawrenceville woman who was found dead late Wednesday night at her home on Alamein Drive.