Gwinnett police officer’s wife Cindy Martinez fights for her life against a deadly flesh-eating bacteria.
The family visited Friday with the Gwinnett officers who arrested the man who allegedly mercilessly attacked them in a Lawrenceville home Tuesday.
Alondra Ortiz, a Dacula High student, was last seen at home Sunday.
Police reportedly smelled marijuana when searching investigating the stolen-car case.
Both victims, expected to survive “severe” injuries, said they had never seen Andre Latrell Burton before.
A man was shot in the arm during a suspected robbery attempt at the store on Sugarloaf Parkway last month.
Terry Stinson of Grayson owned six stores around the county.
Radar images marked a cell of severe weather that moved east across the metro Atlanta area before 4 p.m.
The event is designed to learn how to interpret the new high level structure, begin working on a project plan to implement new strategies into existing systems and discover what changes you need to make to retain your company’s ISO certification.
Eman Moss is expected to testify against the starved Lawrenceville 10-year-old’s stepmother, Tiffany Moss.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
A few hundred people showed up Saturday for the Jail Break Challenge 5K at the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office campus in Lawrenceville.
The project consists of a one-megawatt solar electricity generation site in northeastern Walton County. The six-acre facility will use 4,280 individual solar panels and is expected to produce about two million kilowatt-hours of solar electricity per year
Rodney Hamilton’s attorney says a fall down the stairs killed Tamiah Hamilton, not shaken baby syndrome.
The international case appears to have started after Dutch authorities identified the man as the subject of a child pornography case.