Lilburn Police responded to a fatal one-vehicle accident on Tuesday afternoon on southbound Highway 29 and Indian Trail-Lilburn Road.
The Gwinnett County Police SWAT team was called to 1200 Spring Branch Court on Sunday evening after a domestic dispute turned into one neighbor pulled out a shotgun, then refused to leave his house.
A gas leak at Rockbridge Road and West Park Place in Stone Mountain temporarily shut down power in the area on Monday afternoon.
Armed robbers hit a Norcross Waffle House Saturday morning, then lead police on high speed chase into a Home Depot.
The Gwinnett Chamber passed an immigration resolution at its April meeting.
A woman reportedly hit the vehicle of the father of her child with her own car multiple times in a crowded parking lot Saturday night, then fled the scene.
A robbery suspect was shot by police and later died after the altercation Monday at Woodland Ridge Apartments in unincorporated Norcross, police said.
Suwanee announced two additions to its art collection this week, including a People's Choice winner.
A Department of Driver Services employee was arrested and then fired after being charged with identity theft and theft by deception by Norcross Police.
Gwinnett County Commission John Heard responded to a lawsuit filed in Fulton County Superior Court that mentioned his name regarding a state contract and property on Grayson Highway.
The first round of the Greater Gwinnett Championship is scheduled to begin on Friday, but there is a 90 percent chance of rain in the area forecast.
Snellville Police warns residents to be aware of people coming to homes to talk about bogus tree work to lure residents out of the home, and then gain entry.
Staff writer Keith Farner caddied for Champions Tour Player Esteban Toledo on Wednesday morning during the Greater Gwinnett Championship Pro-Am at TPC Sugarloaf.
Former Loganville mayor Ray Nunley passed away Tuesday afternoon after a battle with cancer. The city will lower flags at half-staff.
Nearly 50 runners came to Fleet Feet Sports in Lawrenceville on Tuesday to honor those impacted by the bombings on Monday at the Boston Marathon.
A new report shows Georgia is no longer second in the country in childhood obesity. The state has moved up to 17th in the country as the report suggests a 5 percent drop in obese children in the state.
The final film in the monthly independent film circuit series is scheduled to be shown on Monday at the Movie Tavern in Suwanee.
A Duluth man who played in the minor leagues in the Chicago Cubs worked as a stunt double for the Jackie Robinson character in the movie "42," which opened on Friday. His day job is owning and running a baseball facility.
A group of 11- to 13-year-olds won a state competition in January and had a sendoff party on Friday to leave for the First Lego League World Festival later this month in St. Louis. One invention they made was a wedge-shaped cushion that helps senior citizens get out of chairs easily.
Gwinnett firefighters responded to an accidental fire at a Loganville home on Thursday night, which caused damage to about 50 percent of the home.
Gwinnett is bracing for bad weather tonight.
Members of the Gwinnett Metro Task Force hit a house on Ezzard Street in Lawrenceville on Thursday and arrested five people on drug charges in a house that had heroin, cocaine, marijuana and stolen guns.
Gwinnett County Police officers were involved in a three-month investigation of child porn crimes. Search warrants were executed on Wednesday in 37 Georgia counties.
One man is dead and a Gwinnett police officer and four firefighters are wounded after the SWAT team ended a hostage situation in Suwanee on Wednesday evening.
Tripp Halstead left the hospital on Wednesday for the second time in 10 days. The toddler who recently had his gallbladder removed more than five months since he suffered a critical brain injury.
Best-selling author Stuart Woods held a book signing and question and answer session on Tuesday at the Aurora Theatre to discuss his more than 50 books and his characters.
A domestic dispute brought Snellville Police officers to a home on Mornington Lane where they found a significant marijuana operation.
Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth received an accreditation for echocardiography, which offers early detection of life-threatening heart disorders.
Southeast Mortgage, a full service Georgia lender, has announced a new vice president to lead a new office in Gwinnett.
A Decatur woman, a supervisor at a Home Depot store in Snellville, allegedly stole more than $2,000 in merchandise from the store, including a ceiling fan, weed eaters and a pressure washer.
Pollen figures topped 2,000 for the first time this spring, and seasonal allergy sufferers may notice symptoms on higher count days.
A truck that lost its load of steel in Suwanee on Monday caused Buford Highway to be closed for a few hours.
Several businesses were evacuated and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard was closed for about two and a half hours on Monday following a gas line leak.
Andy and Aimee Copeland are scheduled to be featured speakers at a fundraising luncheon with the Salvation Army later this month.
A Winder man admitted he set fire to an apartment building following an argument with the landlord. He was charged with arson and criminal damage to property.
A nonprofit organization from Philadelphia has partnered with local cardiologists to put on a heart screening event to check student athletes for possible abnormalities. The issues attracted attention locally after recent heart-related tragedies in Buford.
An Australian artist and a group of volunteers painted trees in Norcross' Thrasher Park an "electric blue" to call attention to global deforestation.
A Mattie's Call wasl issued late Friday night for a Lawrenceville woman. She was found about four hours later outside her home.
About 200 volunteers, many in town to root on their basketball teams in the Final Four, partnered with the Atlanta Dream and Lift Up Atlanta, an organization that helps feed the homeless, to sort and package meals and supplies for the homeless on Saturday morning.
Suwanee's Arts in the Park festival returns on May 18. Vendor and exhibitor applications are due by the end of April for the hands-on event.
A sold out crowd attended a Gwinnett County Police seminar on Thursday night about gun safety and laws about carrying guns and deadly force.
A warrant has been filed for a Lilburn man accused of first degree arson related to a fire in early February in the 700 block of Stacey Court in Lilburn.
Tripp Halstead will have a 13th surgery on Friday, but this time it's considered "minor" to remove his gall bladder.
An altercation at a party, when a Buford man fled the scene with another man hanging from the car, led to a serious injury for an Auburn woman.
A Buford house fire believed to have started from the furnace under the house caused heavy damage, but no injuries were reported.
An Archer High School sophomore allegedly brought a 9mm gun to a track meet on Saturday at Parkview High School.
Gwinnett Police are looking for a man they believe stole a bulldozer and left it along Interstate 985 overnight in Buford.
A Fairburn man was arrested on Interstate 85 for DUI and child endangerment after he allegedly drove erratically with four children in the car.
Tripp Halstead remained in the hospital on Tuesday as he suffered from an inflamed pancreas, gall stones and elevated liver enzymes
As the weather warms up, spring becomes one of the best times of year to fish around Gwinnett.