As of Saturday, December 14, 2013
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A Winder family is still recovering from a house fire that took the life of 18-month-old Kharma Aaryah Knight.
A 24-year-old Buford man allegedly followed a 16-year-old Dacula High student home last week. After police stopped and interviewed the man, he was given a seat belt violation and warning.
A due process hearing for a Radloff Middle teacher accused in a physical altercation with student scheduled for Tuesday morning was canceled.
An online fundraiser has been established to help the family of Jennifer Chandler Moss and Heather Chandler, who died within six months of each other.
Gwinnett County police have charged former college and pro football standout Carl Pickens with battery, alleging that he assaulted his wife inside their Duluth home.
The annual high school football showcase at the Georgia Dome grows to seven games, two days and two locations next year.
Attorney for Dragon Con co-founder filed emergency motion asking for his client to be able to leave his house by notifying only GPS tracking company.
A school bus overturned in Peachtree Corners on Thursday morning before the driver began her route in the Norcross cluster.
The man had been in court answering a summons for driving without a valid license and drove away following his court appearance.
The annual banquet recognized the top players, coaches and community members from the 2013 season.