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Monday September 27th, 2021 1:15PM

Kimberly Sizemore

Anchor/Reporter
Kimberly Sizemore
Over two pounds of meth found in Rabun County
Over two pounds of methamphetamine were found during a traffic stop in Rabun County.
5:00AM ( 4 months ago )
Six arrested after methamphetamine found at a Jefferson home
Six people were arrested after a drug bust at a home in Jackson County.
11:00PM ( 4 months ago )
Masks no longer required in Gwinnett County government buildings
As COVID numbers decline, Gwinnett County has made the decision to lift a mask requirement in government buildings
8:19PM ( 4 months ago )
Good News Clinics makes progress reaching all communities with vaccine efforts
One local organization is hoping to reach all of Hall County’s population. Good News Clinics says they have a goal to make the vaccine available for anyone who wishes to get it.
5:00AM ( 4 months ago )
Georgia's climatologist predicts the weather for the upcoming summer season
Experts say hotter temperatures are coming as soon as next week. One expert, Bill Murphey, tells us what we can expect as far as temperatures, both in the days ahead, as well as for the upcoming summer season.
7:44PM ( 4 months ago )
Designs released for new park in Sugar Hill
A new park in Sugar Hill is beginning to take shape.
8:51PM ( 4 months ago )
Gwinnett Sheriff being investigated by GBI
New Gwinnett County Sheriff Keybo Taylor is now being investigated by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) for a possible extortion attempt.
8:20PM ( 4 months ago )
Two found dead in a car outside of a Lawrenceville home
Police are now saying it was a murder-suicide that left two people dead outside of a Lawrenceville home.
7:08PM ( 4 months ago )
Hall County Board of Elections, county government come to terms over who will supervise election director
A settlement has been reached between the Hall County Board of Elections and the Hall County Government after the two entities disagreed on how to handle the position of the election director.
9:26PM ( 4 months ago )
Flowery Branch city manager resigns effective today
The city manager for Flowery Branch resigned effective today. City Manager Bill Andrew served in that role for 15 years.
6:04PM ( 4 months ago )