Below are the top 15 most-viewed stories in 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the headline to read the original story.
(JULY 17) A Norcross woman is accused of tattooing an 11-year-old elementary schooler.
(JAN. 24) Gwinnett Police responded to a fatal accident in Snellville on Wednesday that began as a series of hit-and-run accidents in Dekalb and Gwinnett.
(FEB. 12) A Lawrenceville man stole a Krispy Kreme truck from a Dacula gas station, making off with untold quantities of glazed goodness and leading a sheriff's deputy on a high-speed chase across the county.
(OCT. 7) An underage drunk driver reportedly crashed his silver SUV, left, into the Taco Bell restaurant several times early Sunday morning. He was arrested and charged with multiple felonies.
(AUG. 21) Jennifer Niday, a 13-year educator with Gwinnett County Public Schools, passed away Monday following injuries she sustained in a fall.
(SEPT. 2) Firefighters responded to a report of a possible hazmat situation involving a walk-in patient in the emergency room of Eastside Medical Center.
(JAN. 25) Gwinnett County police arrested two men accused of pilfering 10 pallets of frozen chicken wings from a local cold storage facility, a haul with an estimated value exceeding $65,000.
(AUG. 26) By the end of the year, you won’t need to drive into Atlanta or to Perimeter Mall to satisfy your Cheesecake Factory craving.
(AUG. 15) Mill Creek High held a special graduation ceremony on Thursday for one of its seniors whose father is battling a terminal illness.
(DEC. 10) 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.
(MARCH 18) Zoltan Hetenyi, a Hungarian-born goaltender for the Orlando Solar Bears of the ECHL, was arrested early March 17 and charged with three counts of sexual battery and one count of disorderly conduct.
(JULY 13) Before hundreds of supporters, relatives and contractors who helped remodel their new house, Tripp Halstead and his parents were introduced to their new home.
(DEC. 5) Five men in early 20s all charged with Oct. 13 rape of 18-year-old woman inside Buford apartment.
(AUG. 10) 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.
(MAY 28) A woman caused a disturbance at Parkviewl's graduation after she argued and attempted to flee from two police officers. She was also charged with possession of marijuana.