As of Sunday, November 10, 2013
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Gwinnett County police believe Emani Moss was starved to death before her father called police. Several incidents in the years prior pointed to alleged abuse.
Police said 21-year-old Thomas Embry — who was arrested Wednesday and charged with misdemeanor vehicular homicide — was trying to remove his jacket when he veered into oncoming traffic Nov. 1.
Former Brookwood and South Carolina running back Kenny Miles is in stable condition after he was shot in South Carolina on Monday afternoon.
The city of Winder is looking into allegations of irregularities in the way a test was administered within the police department.
Sunday sales at Dacula’s lone liquor store approved in an 88-87 vote.
Voters decided to continue a one-percent sales tax to fund Gwinnett government projects, extending the tax for three years.
Knight Elementary in Lilburn will be closed on Friday due to an unusually high number of students experiencing gastroenteritis. More than 80 students were affected on Thursday.
Gwinnett County Public Schools named a new principal at Riverside Elementary on Thursday, a recent graduate of the Quality-Plus Leader Academy and an assistant principal in the district since 2009.
Gwinnett County Public Schools announced the annual Teacher of the Year award on Thursday night at the Gwinnett Center at a banquet that honored all of the teachers who were chosen at their local schools.
Schools officials say nothing has happened at Grayson High School, however, students tweet photos of empty halls.