As of Sunday, April 21, 2013
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The leader of a Duluth school for immigrants is alleged to have used his institution to bring illegal aliens into the country and issue them fraudulent student visas -- all the while knowing more than half would simply go to work, some as prostitutes.
The atmosphere was electric as more than 2,000 fans showed up for the Atlanta Steam's home opener in the Legend's Football League at the Arena at the Gwinnett Center.
Former Commissioner Mike Beaudreau is OK after participating in the Boston Marathon last week.
The shopping destination's new management company, Bayer Properties, re-branded the area as The Shoppes at Webb Gin.
Police identify the officer shot during last week's hostage standoff as Sgt. Jason Teague, a 17-year veteran of the Gwinnett Police Department.
The five Gwinnett Firefighters held hostage at a Suwanee home recall their experience and discuss the suspect's motive.
Commissioners approved construction for the third phase of Little Mulberry Park.
The Snellville man accused of fatally stabbing his roommate last month is now in the Gwinnett County jail.
A Tucker man was arrested this week after a nearly year-long sexual affair with a 13-year-old girl, police said.
A man shot twice into a car, claiming he was stabbed during an incident on Stone Mountain Highway last week.