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The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday cleared Christopher Roesser after a Gwinnett County jury in 2011 was deadlocked on voluntary manslaughter chargers. A trial court ordered Roesser to be retried. He had served five years of a life sentence.
The body of University of Georgia student Rebecca Elaine Greene was found last week in a creek on The Plaza in Athens.
For the first time in five years, county employees could see a raise in 2014, officials announced during a budget presentation.
Two Peachtree Ridge students were arrested on Tuesday morning after an unloaded gun was found at the school.
Joseph Paul Franklin, a convicted serial killer, also shot Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt outside the Gwinnett County courthouse in 1978.
Buford City Schools were placed on lock down Wednesday morning after a shooting incident on Roberts Street.
Two Hispanic male suspects are on the lam in a drug deal gone bad at a Lawrenceville subdivision.
GCPS officials are investigating a verbal and physical altercation this week between a teacher and student at Radloff Middle School in Duluth.
Gwinnett County Public Schools announced the name of a new middle school on Thursday, which will open in August.
A Peachtree Ridge graduate and University of Georgia student died on Thursday from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle crash earlier last week.