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Top 10 most popular stories from May 13-19

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of May 13-19, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» New road named in honor of Primerica

Primerica isn't just one of the biggest companies based in Gwinnett. It is now also a place on the map.

» Alleged victim: Relationship with teacher consensual

A math teacher at Mountain View High School, was arrested recently, accused of having inappropriate contact with a student. The young woman in the case said she and the teacher had a months-long consensual relationship.

» Girlfriend stabbed, man dead following domestic dispute

Police believe a man stabbed his girlfriend, then shot himself early Sunday morning in Snellville.

» Gwinnett fire chief Myers to retire

Gwinnett County Fire Chief Bill Myers, who joined the department as a firefighter 30 years ago, will retire in the coming weeks.

» Cops shoot, kill man wanted in Forsyth after chase

A man wanted in Forsyth County tried unsuccessfully to flee from Gwinnett County police on Monday afternoon, which resulted in his death.

» Mom called cops to year's third officer-involved killing

When Joan Morgan called to ask Gwinnett County police to pick up her son — wanted out of Forsyth County on probation violation and failure to appear charges — she warned them he may run. (Audio in link)

» One year later, Copeland looks ahead to busy summer

Aimee Copeland received new bionic hands last week, the first step in what shapes up to be a busy summer. Copeland is expected to do more research on kids who are amputees, and start a second graduate degree program in August.

» GFL president now charged in rental dispute

The president of the Gwinnett Football League has been charged in a contentious rental dispute that previously led to the arrest of his father and another business associate.

» School board plans millage rate hike

A unanimous vote at Thursday's board of education meeting meant formal approval of a $1.7 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2014. Officials also tentatively adopted a millage rate increase of 1.30 mills over the previous year's rate.

» Four elementary school principals named

Four veteran educators were tapped to lead local elementary schools for the 2013-14 year during a Thursday board of education meeting.