Top 10 most popular stories for Oct. 15-21

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Oct. 15-21, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Longtime friends take Falcons tailgating to the extreme

Each home game this year, a group of friends has assembled downtown from their various homes, arriving about 6 a.m. (for the typical 1 p.m. kickoff, anyway) and parking the RV in a lot a short walk from the Georgia Dome.

Lingerie Football League announces tryout date

The Lingerie Football League has announced an open tryout date for its new Atlanta franchise, which will host games at the Arena at Gwinnett Center next year.

Election official reports high early voting turnout

About 2,000 people stood in line Monday on the first day of advance voting in Georgia to cast their ballots three weeks before the Nov. 6 election.

Suwanee police investigating 'accidental' shooting

Suwanee police are investigating a fatal shooting involving a man and his wife.

Finalists for teacher of year narrowed to six

A list of finalists has been narrowed to six teachers for Gwinnett County Public Schools' highest honor for educators.

GMC employees film 'pink glove' video for national contest

Gwinnett Medical Center has entered in the national "Pink Glove Dance" contest, which pits hospitals across the country against each other to see who can make the best music video. The winner will receive $10,000 to donate to the breast cancer charity of its choice.

Body found in Lawrenceville subdivision

Gwinnett Police are investigating after a body was found near the tennis courts of a subdivision.

Former custodian sentenced in child molestation case

A Gwinnett judge last week sentenced a Lawrenceville man to serve five years in prison for molesting two female family members over the course of a decade.

Berkmar teacher to compete on "Jeopardy!"

Name a popular Berkmar teacher competing next month on one of America's most famous game shows. Give up? The correct response: "who is Christopher Pae."

Lawrenceville woman charged in stabbing tirade

A Lawrenceville woman is behind bars on charges she stormed a home last week, armed herself with kitchen knives and attacked several people.