As of Sunday, February 17, 2013
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Three teens have been charged in the murder of Grayson High School freshman Paul Sampleton Jr.
As many of you recall, I opposed the recent charter school amendment, not because I oppose charter schools -- I don't -- but because I thought the wording of the amendment was duplicitous. But the voters have spoken and I am ready to move on.
Governor's proposal would cut Georgia Gwinnett College's budget by $2.7 million.
Three Gwinnett mothers have been arrested in recent days after allegedly driving under the influence with their young children in the car.
An accused home invader is recovering from his injuries after being shot five times at close range by a Georgia mother in a case that's been highlighted by firearms enthusiasts.
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.
A school resource officer was hit by a vehicle Wednesday morning while directing traffic at Lanier High School.
An Atlanta Falcons executive says the team will consider moving to a suburban location if it does not strike a deal to build a new downtown stadium.
Two women were banned from the Mall of Georgia after an physical and verbal altercation that included each of their kids.
After being robbed at gunpoint, the victim rammed the suspects' car with her own, forcing them to flee on foot.