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Gainesville police have arrested two juveniles in connection with threats found written on the wall of a boy's bathroom at Gainesville High School Tuesday afternoon.
State investigators say a University of Georgia student whose body was found in a creek last month committed suicide.
Puppies visited weary Brenau students this week to help the students relax and take a break during finals week.
A Forsyth County woman suffered superficial wounds after she was held at gunpoint during an attempted robbery of her home on Tamiami Road.
Amazon is working on a way to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less - via self-guided drone.
The City of Gainesville and the Georgia Municipal Association are combining efforts and seeking donations for the 55th annual Mayor's Motorcade.
The co-founder of a science fiction convention has pleaded guilty to multiple count of child molestation.
The Northeast Georgia Medical Center is expecting a visit from the state Department of Public Health and Emergency Medical Services and Trauma office next week. The hospital is applying for designation as a Level Two trauma center.
Crews left the scene around 1 pm, but traffic was backed up on Interstate 85 Southbound as far back as Commerce well after the road re-opened. Two tractor trailers collided near the Hamilton Mill exit this morning, resulting in the road being completely shut down from about 10 am to 1 pm.
Not everyone is full of holiday cheer and the holiday season approaches. Burglaries increase during the winter months, especially near Christmas time.
Why Adam Lanza went on his murderous shooting rampage at a Newtown elementary school is a mystery and may never be known, prosecutors said Monday in a report that closed out their yearlong investigation.
Gwinnett Police SWAT negotiated with a distraught woman for almost three hours this morning.
Atlanta has been selected to host the 2015 gathering of the Nobel Peace laureates.
The art museum at the University of Georgia will be the final stop for a traveling show on 1940s art, politics and censorship.
A Gainesville man and woman have been arrested in connection to a robbery last week in the Browns Bridge Taco Bell parking lot.
The University of North Georgia (UNG) has announced that a four year communications degree program was approved by the University System of Georgia.
An unexploded World War II era projectile was found in Ellijay yesterday afternoon.
The Salvation Army began their annual kettle drive today. This year, the Gainesville-area chapter is trying to raise $165,000.
Gwinnett County Police are asking citizens who have interacted with the police to rate their encounters.
The city of Gainesville and Hall County Government have teamed up to utilize one civic engagement tool for both the city and the county.
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