Top 10 most popular stories from April 22-28

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of April 22-28, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Police shoot, kill home invasion suspect

A robbery suspect was shot by police and later died after the altercation Monday at Woodland Ridge Apartments in unincorporated Norcross, police said.

» Argument leads to hit-and-run spree in crowded parking lot

A woman reportedly hit the vehicle of the father of her child with her own car multiple times in a crowded parking lot Saturday night, then fled the scene.

» Armed Waffle House robbers lead cops on 3-mile chase, shootout

Armed robbers hit a Norcross Waffle House Saturday morning, then lead police on high speed chase into a Home Depot.

» Manager caught peeping in dept. store fitting rooms

A department store manager was caught peeping at female customers, removing ceiling tiles to look down on them as they tried on clothes.

» SUV driver dies in one-vehicle wreck

Lilburn Police responded to a fatal one-vehicle accident on Tuesday afternoon on southbound Highway 29 and Indian Trail-Lilburn Road.

» Gwinnett school ranked No. 3 in nation, others top state list

One of Gwinnett County's own high schools was named the third best in the nation, according to a list released Tuesday by the U.S. News & World Report.

» Another movie films in Gwinnett

The comedy "A Friggin' Christmas Miracle" was shot outside of the Norcross Station Cafe from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 24.

» HAMMOCK: Beloved Brookwood grad, Parkview coach dies

A Brookwood grad and Parkview coach passed away this week after a lengthy battle with a brain cancer.

» Major movie studio planned for redevelopment project

Jacoby Development announces plans for a 400,000-square-foot movie studio as part of a redevelopment project along Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Interstate 85.

» Mom, daughter open consignment store

A local mother and her 10-year-old daughter have opened a consignment shop for kids, teens and women in Suwanee.