Sunday, September 30, 2012
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A three-foot-long alligator who has found a home in a Lawrenceville pond has some neighbors on edge.
Gwinnett police on Tuesday identified a motorcyclist killed in a chain-reaction, rush-hour crash Monday as a 38-year-old McDonough man.
A group of students at Mountain View High School allegedly shared plans on Facebook to carry out a violent attack at the school.
A Gwinnett County pastor faces charges of child molestation that stem from his relationship with a young girl several years ago.
A Dacula man allegedly plowed over traffic pylons at high speeds to avoid rush-hour traffic before causing a chain-reaction crash that killed a motorcyclist.
Two cases of West Nile virus, including one fatal, have been reported in Gwinnett County in recent weeks, health officials said.
Police say the outfit gave the man the appearance of a human bomb and alarmed employees, while the suspect countered it was merely his personal style.
A Middle Georgia man had to be tasered and dragged away from a van he set on fire outside a Duluth hotel last week.
Charges are pending in an early morning collision Thursday that killed a Dacula man whose vehicle became wedged beneath a tractor-trailer.
Former standout Buford football player Devin Durden, the oldest of Wolves head girls basketball coach Gene Durden’s four children, was severely injured in a motorcycle accident Wednesday near the Mall of Georgia.