As of Sunday, October 7, 2012
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The semi-truck driver in the fatal Ga. Highway 316, charged with vehicular homicide, has a record of driving infractions.
The unlicensed driver killed in a single-vehicle crash in Norcross last week was likely under the influence of alcohol.
he Lingerie Football League announced that it will expand by adding a team in the Atlanta market, and that the heretofore unnamed team will play its home games at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
A sheriff's deputy is facing a DUI charge after authorities say he wrecked his patrol car in Walton County.
A mother's aggravation with the school district for no longer recycling its Styrofoam lunch trays has led her to create an online petition.
Grayson head football coach Mickey Conn denies allegations of sign stealing during last year's quarterfinal game with Colquitt.
New charges filed shed new light on what investigators believe happened in a two-vehicle crash that killed a Grayson High School student in July.
Former football standout, Devin Durden, who played at Air Force, had battled pneumonia following a Sept. 26 motorcycle wreck that left him severely injured.
An 18-year-old Lawrenceville resident has been charged with vehicular homicide in a crash that killed a revered Buford High School graduate and son of a coach.
While awaiting prison term, Shirley Lasseter's son and former county official is charged with assaulting his estranged wife with table.