As of Sunday, November 17, 2013
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Police say a two people were shot off Crystal Lake Drive in Lawrenceville Sunday evening, leaving one dead and one injured.
The Atlanta Braves announced plans Monday for a new stadium in Cobb County, which will see the team leave the downtown area for the first time since the franchise moved to the city in 1966.
A month after undergoing a mammogram on Good Morning America, journalist Amy Robach, a Brookwood High School grad, reveals a breast cancer diagnosis.
The Buford City Commission on Monday agreed to purchase 30 acres of land for the eventual location of a new high school.
A Gwinnett transit bus and a FedEx truck collided and slammed into a building in Atlanta on Monday. The driver of the truck was killed.
Hyunmi Lim, 38, was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide, failure to yield and other traffic citations. Police believe she made an improper left turn, triggering the crash that killed her 3-year-old daughter.
The strange saga of Kenny Miles’ shooting became clearer, when the Richland County sheriff said the former standout Brookwood and South Carolina football player’s gunshot was self-inflicted.
Two men allegedly stormed into home on Madison Chase Drive on evening of Nov. 6, robbing and assaulting an elderly woman.
Paul Bennett has been found not guilty of homicide in the boating deaths of the Prince brothers.
Principal Katise Menchan encourages parents to seek help for children coping with the death of a friend.