Man Recovering After Being Shot Multiple Times, Suspect Arrested - Cumming Patch
A 28-year-old man who was shot multiple times early Sunday morning in south Forsyth County is expected to recover, according to authorities.
The shooting happened around 12:30 a.m. in the Twin Lakes RV Park located at 3300 Shore Drive, off Highway 9 in Cumming. Visit Cumming Patch for more on this story.
Alabama Student From Roswell Killed in Crash - Roswell Patch
A crash involving a bus carrying University of Alabama cheerleaders has lead to the death of Roswell resident Natalie Baine, 20, according to My Fox Atlanta.
Baine, a student and member of a sorority at Alabama, was the passenger in a pickup truck that collided with the bus last Tuesday. No charges have been filed in the Montgomery, AL accident, according to the report. For more information, go to Roswell Patch.
Pedestrian Hit and Killed on Floyd Road - South Cobb Patch
A pedestrian was killed this morning by a car traveling on Floyd Road.
The accident, which occurred at Floyd Road and White Boulevard, happened as the pedestrian, John W. Kelly, 29, of Mableton, was attempting to cross the road. It was not at a designated crosswalk. South Cobb Patch has more on the story.
Police are searching for the gunman who they say carjacked a Jeep with two young girls in the back seat.
Sunday afternoon, a man pointed a gun at the girls’ stepfather and ordered him out of his car on Halligan Pointe in south Fulton County, police said. See WSB-TV for more on this story.
Register for the Kennesaw Career Expo - Kennesaw Patch
What are you waiting for, job seekers and career changers?
Time is running out to register for Thursday's free career training expo at Kennesaw State University.
And if the free admission isn't enouogh of an incentive, don't miss the chance to win an iPad2 and get a 5 percent discount on a future class in the College of Continuing and Professional Education. Find all the details on Kennesaw Patch.
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