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19-year-old Lawrenceville man dies in fatal wreck on Stone Mountain Highway
A 19-year-old Lawrenceville man died and and two others were injured in a two-car wreck on Stone Mountain Highway in unincorporated Stone Mountain Thursday night. Gwinnett County Police Department officers were called to the area shortly after 11 p.m. after receiving a 911 call that a black Toyota A
Loganville-Grayson Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead
LOGANVILLE-GRAYSON, GA — Here's your local weather forecast for the coming weekend, as reported by Darksky. Rain in the morning and evening. Overcast throughout the day. Overcast throughout the day.
GDOT closing lanes overnight in north Gwinnett for I-85 widening project
Drivers who use Interstate 85 in north Gwinnett might want to bring some aspirin or plan alternate routes for nightly commutes throughout the remainder of this week and next week.
Loganville Police Department adds three officers to department
The City of Loganville welcomed three new police officers to the staff of the Loganville Police Department at last week’s council meeting. Below are the three new officers who have sworn to protect and serve the local community.
Local students make Dean’s List at Georgia Tech
ATLANTA, GA (02/22/2019)– The following students have earned the distinction of Dean’s List at the Georgia Institute of Technology for Fall 2018. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have a 3.0 or higher academic average for the semester.
Griffin Hammett of Loganville Has Been Accepted to the University of Evansville
EVANSVILLE, IN (02/21/2019)– Griffin Hammett of Loganville, GA (30052) has been accepted to the University of Evansville for enrollment in the Fall 2019 semester. Located in Evansville, Indiana, the University of Evansville is a private, comprehensive university with over 80 majors and more than 100
TRAGIC: 2 metro Atlanta firefighters killed in crashes just hours apart
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A 19-year-old DeKalb County firefighter was killed in a crash in Gwinnett County Thursday night -- just hours after another firefighter was killed in another crash in Rockdale County.
Gwinnett County, Lawrenceville pledge to address homelessness in area
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Lawrenceville has earmarked $5 million in order to aid the homeless population in the city. The city will join forces with to HomeFirst Gwinnett, a partnership between the United Way, Gwinnett County, The Primerica Foundation and other public and private organizations in order t
Georgia great-grandmother holds would-be burglar at gunpoint until police arrive
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A 79-year-old great-grandmother in Georgia held a man at gunpoint until police arrived, after he broke into her home. Seventy-nine-year-old Gwendolyn Agard says she was ready when the burglar went up the back stairs of her home in Jackson County, Georgia and broke out a win
3 charged in Gwinnett apartment work order fraud scheme
Three people have been charged with defrauding a Gwinnett County property management through fake work orders, the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office said. Gertrudis Illescas, 42, of Roswell; Bagjoon Kim, 23, of Buford; and Ki Won Kim, 64, of Duluth; have all been charged with theft by deception. Ille
Breaking: 5 students face discipline in edible drug case at Fulton County school
Fulton County Schools announced Friday that five students from Sandtown Middle School face “disciplinary consequences” for sharing THC-laced treats on Valentine’s Day and more students could be punished.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft charged in prostitution bust
JUPITER, Fla. - New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been charged in connection with a recent prostitution and human trafficking investigation in Florida, police said. According to police, Kraft is charged with two counts of soliciting another to commit prostitution. These are misdemeanor cri
Georgia May Jagger’s Best Ever Concert? Her Dad’s, Of Course
MILAN — Sitting front row at the Emporio Armani show on Thursday, Georgia May Jagger reminisced about her favorite music-related memories as the child of one of the world’s biggest rock stars.
Georgia mom's death at house party ruled accidental
FORSYTH CO., Ga. (WSB) - Georgia authorities say the death of a woman at a house party was accidental, but friends and family say they have concerns about the ruling. After Tamla Horsford attended an “adult birthday slumber party” at a Forsyth County home in November, she was found unresponsive in t
R. Kelly turns himself in to police on sexual abuse charges involving minors
COOK COUNTY, Ill. - Just hours after singer R. Kelly was charged with 10 counts of felony criminal sexual abuse involving four minors, he turned himself in to Chicago police. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted Friday night that Kelly, whose legal name is Robert Kelly, was arrested at a preci
'Turn around, don't drown!' Flooding washes out roads in north Georgia
NORTH GEORGIA - Flooding across north Georgia shut down dozens of roads Friday as more rain moved through and rivers and streams overflowed. Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Katie Walls was in Douglas County, where Mount Vernon Road shut down after 2 to 3 feet of water flowed over the roadway.
Gwinnett police now using cruise lights during vehicle patrols
Don’t worry too quickly if you see a police car’s blue lights on behind you in Gwinnett County. As long as they’re not flashing, you’re probably in the clear. The Gwinnett County Police Department is now using “cruise lights” during vehicle patrols. That means patrol cars will have dim, non-flashing
Bahamian track athlete found dead in Georgia
NASSAU, BAHAMAS – On Thursday, Dekalb County Police identified a man shot to death Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of an office park in Stone Mountain, Georgia as former Bahamian track and field standout Douglas Lynes-Bell.
Blackface photos found in Georgia Southern yearbooks
STATESBORO, Ga. (WSAV) - Racist images are being uncovered in dozens of decades-old yearbooks, including one local university's. It’s likely the recent blackface scandal involving Gov. Ralph Northam prompted others to dig into school archives.
Woman charged after apple pie dispute at McDonald’s
COVINGTON, Ga. – Police charged a 32-year-old Covington woman with disorderly conduct last weekend after a dispute about a wait for a McDonald’s apple pie. According to a Covington Police Department incident report, Sgt. Allan Seebaran responded to the fast food restaurant at 4112 Highway 278 at aro