Top 10 most popular stories for Sept. 3-9

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of September 3 through 9, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Missing UGA student found dead in 316 crash

The driver of a single vehicle fatality has been identified as University of Georgia student Quinton Ayers.

Planning commission recommends denial on Coolray projects

The Gwinnett planning commission voted Tuesday to recommend denial of zoning amendments to two proposed developments near Coolray Field.

Gwinnett native battling bacterial infection dies

Wife of South Gwinnett teacher had her hands and feet amputated after falling victim to a rare bacterial infection born from dog saliva.

Feds charge former Gwinnett planning commissioner with bribery

Federal authorities allege Mark Gary, a former Gwinnett planning commissioner, made bribery payments to former BOC member Shirley Lasseter and her son, John Fanning.

Shirley Lasseter sentenced to 33-month prison term

A federal judge sentenced former Gwinnett County Commissioner Shirley Lasseter to 33 months in prison Wednesday for accepting a bribe.

Suwanee teen facing charges in another wrong-way crash

An 18-year-old Suwanee woman was charged with DUI in a Sept. 1 wrong-way crash that left one victim in critical condition.

Joe South, singer-songwriter from 70s, dies at Buford home

Singer-songwriter Joe South, who performed hits in the late 1960s and early 1970s such as "Games People Play" and "Walk A Mile In My Shoes" and also penned songs including "Down in the Boondocks" for other artists, died.

Speeding tickets spike after settlement

Speeding tickets surge, now that Gwinnett police officers can use radar guns to clock drivers.

Garbage plan appeal goes to Supreme Court

The Georgia Supreme Court could weigh in on Gwinnett's controversial trash plan, due to an appeal filed Tuesday.

DA asks for investigator to look into corruption

Gwinnett's district attorney is asking for more money to fight government corruption.