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Recent articles by Tyler:

Metro Atlanta runoff elections: Mayoral, council races decided Tuesday

A handful of mayoral and council races in metro Atlanta will be decided in Dec. 3 runoff elections. → Read More

Gwinnett coach resigns amid new probe into allegations at previous job

Casey Ramel, a literature teacher and cross country coach at Gwinnett's Peachtree Ridge High School, resigned in October. → Read More

Judge orders settlement talks in Gwinnett jail excessive force suit

A federal judge ordered attorneys for inmates, Gwinnett Sheriff Butch Conway to negotiate toward a settlement in an excessive force lawsuit. → Read More

Private eye takes plea deal in Gwinnett courthouse hacking case

Private investigator T.J. Ward pleaded to criminal trespass in the case that also involves a Gwinnett judge and DragonCon founder Ed Kramer. → Read More

Election Day: Dozens of metro Atlanta races to be decided on Tuesday

Election Day: Dozens of metro Atlanta to be decided on Tuesday. Included are mayoral and city council seats. In DeKalb County, an ethics referendum is on the ballot. Henry County voters will decide whether to renew a SPLOST tax. → Read More

Remembering slain Gwinnett police officer Antwan Toney, one year later

Gwinnett County Police Officer Antwan Toney was killed in the line of duty on Oct. 20, 2018. → Read More

Indictment: Gwinnett prosecutor kept working as defense attorney

Greg McKeithen is accused of working as a prosecutor with the Gwinnett County Solicitor's Office and a defense attorney at the same time. → Read More

‘I will certainly be armed’: Immigrant advocates rebuke Tea Party email

An email from United Tea Party of Georgia seemingly encouraged supporters to be armed while attending a forum organized by immigrant advocacy groups. → Read More

Hacking probe leads to new child porn charges for DragonCon co-founder

DragonCon co-founder and convicted sex offender Ed Kramer was among four indicted in a Gwinnett County courthouse hacking case. → Read More

Overnight lane closures continue on I-985 in Gwinnett and Hall

Georgia Department of Transportation officials said the work — which involves grinding and striping on the interstate between Ga. 20 and Spout Springs Road — will stretch through mid-October. → Read More

Gwinnett prosecutors hope marijuana testing fix will come soon

Gwinnett County prosecutors believe Georgia's new Hemp Farming Act jeopardizes marijuana cases. → Read More

Citing Georgia hemp law, Gwinnett solicitor dismisses marijuana cases

Gwinnett's solicitor and district attorney are questioning whether Georgia's new Hemp Farming Act jeopardizes marijuana cases. → Read More

Gwinnett man charged in Trump bumper sticker incident

The Gwinnett man accused last month of placing “I love Trump” bumper stickers on a local politico’s car and then chasing her in his vehicle was arrested Thursday afternoon on related charges. → Read More

Gwinnett investigator resigns after missing dead man’s stab wounds

Gwinnett man Ray Neal was initially determined to have died of natural causes on July 20. Police now believe he was stabbed in the neck. → Read More

Julio Jones’ Mall of Georgia development is moving forward — and soon

Officials behind Ariston — the development long pitched for 16 acres next door to Gwinnett County’s favorite mall — told the AJC that ground is expected to be broken this month. → Read More

Gwinnett police records soon available at additional precincts

The Gwinnett County Police Department announced that, starting Monday, such records will be available at the agency’s west, south and central precincts — located near Norcross, Lilburn and Duluth, respectively. They join the existing records unit location at GCPD headquarters in Lawrenceville. → Read More

Ex-Cumberland CID director lands in Lilburn months after DUI arrest

Tad Leithead, who left the Cumberland CID in January following a DUI arrest, will replacing outgoing Lilburn CID executive director Emory Morsberger. → Read More

Overnight, weekend lane closures coming to Ga. 316 in Gwinnett

Work to replace concrete slabs along the highway will trigger overnight and weekend lane closures along a busy stretch of Ga. 316 in Gwinnett. → Read More

JUST IN: DragonCon co-founder provides Gwinnett hacking data, gets out of jail

Exiled DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer asked for Gwinnett DA Danny Porter to be recused from his criminal case amid ongoing hacking saga. → Read More

Gwinnett chair refutes claim she inappropriately pushed for MARTA vote

Joe Newton, the longtime Gwinnett gadfly who led the anti-MARTA opposition, filed a complaint with the state against Commission Chair Charlotte Nash. → Read More