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Gwinnett County firefighters were alerted to a fire at a home off Haver Hill Rowe in Lawrenceville last week.
Police identified the man killed and another injured in a weekend shooting at a Peachtree Corners apartment complex.
An autopsy is scheduled to be completed Monday on Stanley Scott Maddox, whose body was found Saturday in a Buford creek.
Angela Rabotte, 26, was reported missing last week. She had dropped off her 3-year-old daughter with a friend March 28 and attended a party in Atlanta late that night.
Gwinnett police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Lawrenceville on Wednesday morning that left a suspect dead and an officer injured.
Osborne Middle was among several Gwinnett County Public Schools middle schools to receive high eighth grade writing scores in state tests.
Brookwood graduate Amy Robach has been promoted from correspondent on ABC’s Good Morning America to news anchor.
The body found Thursday morning in Lilburn has been identified as that of Angela Rabotte, the 26-year-old last seen March 29 in Norcross.
A thousand elementary school students got a childhood memory of a lifetime Thursday when they watched their principal and three teachers kiss llamas.
Three men have been tied to a series of burglaries in the Hamilton Mill area of northern Gwinnett.