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Police: Meth lab busted in Lilburn

The most artistic sign on the door of a house near Lilburn was a stork welcoming the newest resident. The most glaring sign was a hazard one right by it, warning people that the house was a meth lab. Gwinnett police and federal agents raided the house this week and ...

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Parents accused of starving 10-year-old girl enter not guilty pleas

The father and stepmother of a 10-year-old girl who allegedly died at their hands appeared in a Gwinnett County court Friday. Emani Moss was found dead, her body burned, in a dumpster the morning of Nov. 2, police said. Her father, Eman Moss, and her stepmother, Tiffany Moss, have been ...

Weekend forecast: Sunny skies and roadwork galore

The weekend forecast is for mostly sunny skies, warmer temperatures and plenty of road construction to slow traffic on metro interstates.After taking last weekend off for Independence Day, road crews will be out in force on several stretches of interstate, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.Top trouble spots: “Wise ...

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Winder man charged in Lilburn slaying

Lilburn police have charged a Winder man with murder in the death of a 26-year-old woman whose body was found in April in a wooded area of Gwinnett County. Angela Rabotte’s body was found April 3 near the intersection of Lilburn Industrial Way and Arcado Road by surveyors working in ...

Teenage boys set vacant Buford home on fire while exploring

The roof, the roof, the roof was on fire! And so was the rest of a vacant house in Buford on Sunday after two teenage boys accidently set it ablaze while exploring what they hoped to make their clubhouse. Nobody was hurt in the fire.The boys had constructed a makeshift ...

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Barr vs. Loudermilk: a true Jeffersonian (in a cheap wig) weighs in

Somewhere, if one believes in a deity and an afterlife, Thomas Jefferson was smiling the other day when his name was bounced about in a political campaign in Georgia.

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FedEx security guard wounded at work by gunman returns home

Christopher Sparkman, the security guard who was seriously wounded in April while on-duty at a FedEx facility in Kennesaw, returned home from Wellstar Kennestone Hospital Thursday, according to a message posted by his wife on social media.