As of Sunday, July 28, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
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George Zimmerman, who was acquitted earlier this month of murder in the death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, helped rescue a family from an overturned vehicle in Florida last week.
An Apalachee High School football player died unexpectedly at his dad’s Gwinnett home last week.
Two teen boys had to be rescued and hospitalized Tuesday after falling while exploring a restricted area of Stone Mountain.
The conversation about license plate readers — automated cameras that take and store images of passing vehicles’ tags, abbreviated as LPRs — has been put into overdrive.
Ed Kramer, co-founder of Dragon*Con, has averaged two filings per day during most recent stay at Gwinnett County jail.
A Kroger pharmacy employee in Dacula alerted police to a couple they later learned has allegedly forged at least 16 prescriptions.
Army Sgt. Michael Vanscoy and his family saw their new home for the first time Wednesday afternoon: a mortgage-free donation by Wells Fargo and part of Operation Homefront.
Snellville native Diana DeGarmo, who rose to fame in 2004 as the runner-up of the third season of American Idol, recently got married to another Idol alum, Ace Young.
DUI charges have been dismissed against the Lilburn driver accused of killing a mother and daughter walking along Lawrenceville Highway.
Authorities believe Nicholas McGhie went to a grocery store on Centerville Highway with something more sinister than potato chips on his mind.