Top 10 most popular stories from June 3-9

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of June 3 to 9, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Suwanee concert to feature another '90s rock band

For the second straight year, the city of Suwanee will welcome a rock and pop band that gained notoriety in the 1990s

» Suwanee woman drowns in Lake Lanier

Officials said a 55-year-old Suwanee woman drowned Saturday in Lake Lanier after falling off a tube in the Shoal Creek area.

» Even with fingers shot off, victim not cooperating

Police responded to a person shot call at a BP gas station in Suwanee. The man there claimed he and his wife had been the victim of an attempted carjacking.

» Ex-NBA star charged in crash that killed Gwinnett woman

Former Atlanta Hawk Mookie Blaylock will face second-degree vehicular homicide charges in the car crash that claimed a Gwinnett mother's life.

» 75 percent of SPLOST proposal could go to transportation

Leaders discuss potential November ballot initiative to continue a 1 percent sales tax for government capital projects.

» Michael Jackson's teen daughter attempts suicide

Paris Jackson, the 15-year-old daughter of late pop star Michael Jackson, was rushed to a Los Angeles-area hospital on Wednesday after an apparent suicide attempt.

» Former official to repay stolen church funds

A former Gwinnett planning official will avoid jail time if he pays his church $326,000 back he stole.

» Police: Stolen guns may be linked to student murder

Gwinnett police detectives found fingerprints from a September burglary that matched fingerprints found at the scene of the Grayson murder of Paul Sampleton.

» Cops looking for man in attempted abduction at church

Lilburn Police say a man in his mid-30s driving a gray Dodge Charger tried to abduct a 10-year-old girl rollerblading on Saturday in the parking lot of First Baptist Church in Lilburn.

» Grayson's Meadows picked 9th by Pirates in MLB draft

Recent Grayson graduate Austin Meadows became the earliest selection for a former Gwinnett high school player in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft after being taken by the Pittsburgh Pirates in this year's event Thursday night.