As of Sunday, June 2, 2013
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An empty Budweiser truck went into Lake Lanier on Monday afternoon. Authorities said there were no injuries, nothing spilled in the water and it was pulled out of the water in Hall County. (Photo with story)
Firefighters responded to a report of a deck collapse behind a private residence off Gravitt Road in Duluth.
Images of naked young boys cycled through the screensaver on Richard Cabell IV's computer as police executed a search warrant at his apartment last week. Authorities said the 70-year-old Lawrenceville man later admitted having molested two children as well.
A woman caused a disturbance at Parkviewl's graduation after she argued and attempted to flee from two police officers. She was also charged with possession of marijuana.
A tractor-trailer veered off Scenic Highway Wednesday morning, clipping a wing joint and slamming into a hair salon. The driver, whose identity has not been released, was deceased at the scene, possibly from a medical condition. (Video, photos with story)
A Lawrenceville woman allegedly drove drunk on Saturday with six children in an SUV in Norcross at Beaver Ruin Road and Phil Niekro Parkway.
A week after the North Gwinnett baseball coach tendered his resignation, more is becoming known about the circumstances surrounding his decision.
Stepped up patrols at a Conyers motel led to the arrests of nine suspects on various sex charges Tuesday.
Authorities are still trying to figure out what led 66-year-old Donald Samples to pilot his tractor-trailer across Scenic Highway and into a Lawrenceville hair salon Wednesday morning. An autopsy, though, found no sign of one possibility proposed by many at the scene.
Federal officials are investigating a Buford investment manager accused of swindling clients -- including his girlfriend's mother and grandfather -- out of more than $2 million.