Top 10 most popular stories from Dec. 31 to Jan. 6

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Dec. 31, 2012 to Jan. 6, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Nearly 50 guns stolen in smash-and-grab

Burglars made off with nearly 50 firearms during a smash-and-grab at a gun retail store in Dacula.

» Mom turns home remedy into national business

A local woman has invented a new line of all-natural lotions and balms. She created the line to assist her son who had severe eczema and has turned it into a successful business.

» Diggers closes, reopens as Buffalo's Cafe

A business closed its doors for one day, made some minor changes inside and reopened Friday as Buffalo's Cafe.

» Wife of ex-Brave Andruw Jones files for divorce

The wife of former Atlanta Braves star Andruw Jones has filed for divorce about a week after she accused him of grabbing her neck and saying he wanted to kill her.

» Insurance-free doctor prefers quality over quantity

A Duluth doctor recently opened a "direct pay" practice where he doesn't accept insurance, and charges patients $35 per month, and $15 per visit.

» Ga. 316 project one-third complete

An update on the transformation of Ga. Highway 316 and Ga. Highway 20 to an interchange.

» Commissioners approve budget tied to tax increase

Most Gwinnett taxpayers are likely to see their tax bills increase in 2013, after commissioners approved a new spending plan linking services to districts.

» Lawrenceville couple sentenced for dodging IRS

A Lawrenceville man and wife were sentenced to nearly 10 years combined in federal prison after they owned and operated an outdoor yard furnishing store and general contracting business and stopped paying taxes in the 1990s.

» Crash causes 8-mile backup on I-85 near Suwanee

A major accident involving an overturned vehicle on Interstate 85 northbound at Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road caused a backup nearly eight miles on Friday afternoon.

» Loganville woman hiding with children shoots intruder

Authorities say a Loganville woman shot an intruder five times and the man was arrested after he tried fleeing the scene.