Top 10 most popular stories from Nov. 25 to Dec. 1

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Nov. 25 to Dec. 1, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Thousands of tickets written, but not the goal for local Georgia State Patrol post

Since its opening in Gwinnett, troopers from Georgia State Patrol Post 51 have written 13,599 citations. The goal, though, is to improve traffic flow, officials maintain.

» Winning Mega Millions lottery ticket sold in Duluth

Winners from an office pool claimed their prize Nov. 20.

» Police investigate possible murder-suicide; man shot self in front of cops

Authorities responded to the scene at 127 Resthaven Drive early Monday afternoon.

» Tractor-trailer crash shuts down I-85 southbound

Gwinnett County firefighters and the Georgia State Patrol responded to a crash on Tuesday morning after two tractor trailers collided on Interstate 85 southbound.

» Cops: Couple left disabled child in cold car during Suwanee drug deal

Boni Lee Hutchison and Gregory Fossier charged with second-degree child cruelty.

» Ex-Commissioner Kevin Kenerly's indictment appeal denied

Kenerly had argued that the second indictment brought against him should be dismissed because it was filed while the first was still being resolved and the statute of limitations had expired.

» Train collision underscores downtown Norcross crossing issue

No injuries were reported in Tuesday morning crash at Thrasher Street and Holcomb Bridge Road.

» GCPS recommends teacher involved in fight to be fired

Gwinnett County Public Schools officials have recommended the firing of a Radloff Middle teacher involved in a fight last week with a student in the school’s cafeteria.

» Cops: Suwanee man followed from Pendergrass Flea Market, robbed

The Pendergrass Flea Market is offering a $5,000 reward for information identifying two black males who robbed the owner of Zone Electronics.

» Teen killed in dirt bike accident

The accident occurred off Arcado Road in Lilburn Wednesday afternoon.