Oct. 29: Digital Learning Day For ALL Gwinnett StudentsDigital Learning Day for All Gwinnett students.
UPDATE: Gwinnett Co. Woman Scammed Out Of $10,000 By PhoneDacula resident Tammy Owens shares how she was scammed out of more than $10,000 and how she wants to keep it from happening to others.
Gwinnett Co. Police K-9 Officers Train At Lake LanierEleven Gwinnett County Police K-9 officers reported for training this afternoon at Lake Lanier.
Fatal Single Car Accident In LawrencevilleThe Gwinnett County Police Department (GCPD) responded to a single vehicle fatal accident just after 3:00 AM on September 26, according to their press statement. 
Flu Shot Campaigns Draw Support, Opposition During COVID-19 PandemicWith coronavirus still affecting our day-to-day lives, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says it's now more important than ever to get your flu shot. Kroger hosted a drive through flu shot clinic for people in the Metro Atlanta area, but one group showed up to protest the vaccine.
‘Never Forget’: Metro Atlanta Agencies Hold Virtual 9/11 Remembrance CeremoniesVirtually all of the annual ceremonies remembering the September 11 attacks were cancelled in the Metro Atlanta area due to COVID-19, but many law enforcement agencies, like Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services, decided to keep the tradition going with virtual ceremonies.
Georgia Inmates Help Save Deputy’s LifeA group of prisoners at the Gwinnett County Jail are being credited with saving the life of a sheriff's deputy.
GBI Investigates Four Officer Involved Shootings Since FridayThe Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is investigating four officer involved shootings over the weekend. 
Man Dies While Attempting To Cross Road In BufordMan dies while attempting to cross road in Buford.
Three Gwinnett County Inmates Save Deputy's LifeGwinnett County Sheriff's Office praises three Georgia inmates for saving a deputy's life.
Gwinnett Co. Parents, Students Hold Second Protest Calling For In-Person ClassesParents and students held a second protest in Gwinnett County over the decision to start the 2020-21 school year with only virtual instruction and no other options, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.