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Top 10 most popular stories from Jan. 14-20

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Jan. 14-20, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Missing Iowa man, son spotted in Gwinnett

Gwinnett County police had a brush with a man who, along with his 5-year-old son, has been reported missing from Iowa — now they’re trying to help track him down again.

» Second driveway robbery reported in Lilburn

A Lilburn man was robbed in his driveway last week, the second such incident in the city over a span of about two months.

» Zaxby's warns Gwinnett customers of potential fraud

The Zaxby's restaurant chain is warning customers that computer software at several of its locations -- including several in the Gwinnett area -- may have compromised their personal information.

» 11-hour Barrow S.W.A.T. standoff ends deadly

S.W.A.T. personnel in Barrow County on Monday were called to a domestic incident between a man and woman when the man barricaded himself in a house with a gun.

» Nash tackles corruption issue in State of the County

Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash faced the county’s reputation of corruption head on in her annual State of the County speech (VIDEO INSIDE).

» Fire rips through popular BBQ restaurant

A fire that was believed to have started in the kitchen of a Dreamland Bar-B-Que restaurant blew through the roof last week.

» Student killed while crossing street; charges filed

A Berkmar High School student was killed Wednesday morning while trying to cross a busy highway on foot.

» Former Gwinnett football coach dies after car accident

Dick Walker made his mark as Meadowcreek won three games in back-to-back seasons during his tenure.

» Former wrestling champ arrested on prowling charges

A two-time state wrestling champion was arrested this week after a neighbor reportedly spotted him prowling around his own neighborhood.

» Three new principals named

The Gwinnett County Board of Education on Thursday voted to approve new principals at the three local schools.