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Jeremy Nelson, a 12-year-old seventh-grader in the Buford system, collapsed Saturday night during a Gwinnett Basketball League all-star game at the Suwanee Sports Academy and died later at Gwinnett Medical Center.
Authorities say they've recovered the body of a Lawrenceville man who drowned in Lake Lanier.
Frank M. Circelli, the founder of the Gem Shopping Network, was arrested for separate DUIs on Christmas and New Year's.
If a recent ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court remains, it would allow dozens of suspected drug traffickers to walk free.
Murder charges may not be filed in what's believed to be Gwinnett County's first homicide of 2013.
Alabama's win in the BCS title game has been overshadowed by Katherine Webb, the girlfriend of quarterback AJ McCarron and Miss Alabama USA 2012.
A Lawrenceville woman fears her mentally challenged daughter may have been kidnapped.
The passengers in a car that smashed into the garage of a Lawrenceville last week fled the scene and were not caught.
The mayor of Snellville held a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, and the City Council held a specially called meeting hours later to discuss Mayor Kelly Kautz' recent dismissal of the city attorney.
Officials from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Friday that Darien Joseph Meheux, 18, of Lawrenceville was arrested late Thursday night in the southwest Georgia city of Ellaville. He is charged in the death of Valdosta State student Jasmine Benjamin, a Central Gwinnett grad.