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Thursday August 22nd, 2019 4:15PM

Rebecca Hubbard

Reporter/Anchor
Rebecca Hubbard
UNG receives large donation towards new facility for the Mike Cottrell School of Business.
The namesake of the University of North Georgia's School of Business made the two largest donations in the University of North Georgia’s 145-year history.
5:11PM ( 2 months ago )
Dawson county escaped inmate caught by Forsyth County deputies
Dawson County Sheriff Jeff Johnson said Forsyth County deputies captured an inmate that escaped in May.
4:03PM ( 2 months ago )
Buford apartments the scene of a homicide investigation
Officers with the Gwinnett County Police Department are on the scene of an apparent homicide in Buford Monday afternoon.
3:48PM ( 2 months ago )
Hall Co. couple charged with child molestation, child cruelty against their four children
A Hall County couple must face charges in a child molestation and cruelty case involving their four children.
5:43PM ( 2 months ago )
Untreated wastewater spilled onto a Cumming roadway
A contractor accidentally spilled raw sewage onto a roadway in Cumming Friday.
4:36PM ( 2 months ago )
New Suwanee townhomes coming to Tench Rd. and Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
City leaders approve a rezoning request that allows the construction of 83 townhomes along Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.
4:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Man from Cumming faces charges in two counties for similar crimes
A former bus driver from Cumming faces charges in two counties for trying to sexually exploit children.
6:11PM ( 2 months ago )
Investigators not sure what caused fatal crash near Lawrenceville
Investigators are trying to find out what caused a Lawrenceville woman to crash a truck in the early morning hours Monday.
2:30PM ( 2 months ago )
Two face charges in Forsyth County after drugs discovered in septic tank
Forsyth County deputies arrested a man and woman after finding drugs in a septic tank.
3:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Forsyth County school leaders propose $479 million dollar budget for 2020
The proposed 2020 budget for Forsyth County schools includes $19 million dollars in employee raises and a steady millage rate of 17.3 mils.
5:00PM ( 3 months ago )