The man who police say stabbed his ex-wife and her mother is now dead. More>>
Oluwatoyin Odifa struggled to understand why anyone would want to kill her husband. More>>
A seventh-grade teacher at Dacula Middle School in Gwinnett County has invented a tool to keep children in the classroom safe in the case of an intruder.
Gwinnett County police arrested a man they say had a relationship with a 14-year-old girl who ran away from Michigan. More>>
Warrants were issued for five suspects in connection to a shooting that occurred in Duluth. More>>
Law enforcement officials in six states are launching their 23rd annual "Hands Across the Border" campaign aimed at catching motorists driving under the influence. More>>
Gwinnett County police said an elderly woman shot a robber who forced his way into her Lilburn home this month. Police said Hilda Douglas, 73, heard the doorbell ring then the sound of glass shattering. More>>
Gwinnett County Fire investigators are working to solve two fires ruled arson and burglaries. More>>
A data breach that impacted many retailers has also impacted three UPS stores in Metro Atlanta. More>>
Bond was denied for the Lawrenceville mother who brought her 60-pound, 15-year-old autistic daughter to the hospital. More>>
Drivers headed on SR 316 could see some delays overnight Wednesday. GDOT says one lane will be closed on the eastbound side just before Collins Hill Road in Lawrenceville as crews set six beams for a bridge. More>>
There are four new schools slated to open in Gwinnett County in 2015. But while construction is well underway, Gwinnett County Public Schools still does not know what names will be on the signs when they More>>
Lilburn police are looking for a man who they say tried to rob a PNC Bank in the Gwinnett County city.
Investigators search for the person or people who shot and killed a taxi driver. More>>
Norcross police are investigating after the body of a taxi driver was found at an apartment complex in the city. More>>
A former big-league player shares his son's story of teenage suicide and offers hope for young people suffering with depression. More>>
Sketches of two suspects believed to be connected to a fatal home invasion were released. Investigators said they believe both are in their mid- to late 20s. More>>
A Lawrenceville mother has been charged with child cruelty after she brought her 60-pound, 15-year-old autistic daughter to the hospital. More>>
More than two years after a bizarre flesh-eating bacteria forced the amputation of parts of all of her limbs, Aimee Copeland continues her remarkable recovery, punctuated by her passion for charity and fundraising efforts. More>>
Investigators with the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office say they have met with a number of victims of a recent phone scam. More>>
Every day, right around 11 a.m. retired Marine Gerald Mann and his wife have to decide if they will leave their home for the day, or reach for their earplugs.
Gwinnett County police have arrested and charged Ulises Rayas on a number of charges related to child molestation.
Have your kids ever wanted to try one of those over-the-top obstacle course-style competitions like the ones they see on TV? They'll have their chance this weekend. More>>
Someone fired shots at a veteran police officer late Sunday night. The officer was not harmed despite being close enough to see muzzle flashes, according to a Gwinnett County police. More>>
A ringing doorbell may have saved the lives of a man and his wife in Gwinnett County.The fire broke out at the home on the 1800 block of Calvin Drive in Duluth early Saturday morning.
Great Clips stores are teaming up with the non-profit organization Feed the Children to sponsor the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. More>>
A large tree fell on an apartment complex in Gwinnett County Thursday night, displacing several residents at the complex. More>>
A man in Gwinnett County has been using Craigslist to con would-be customers into giving him deposits on cars from the Honda Mall of Georgia, according to the Gwinnett County Police Department. More>>