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Families putting aside differences to be with Bobbi Kristina


DULUTH, Ga. -- For the first time, Bobbi Kristina Brown's family is setting aside their differences and coming together.

Saturday, 11Alive's cameras were rolling during the emotional reunion of two of Brown's aunts.

11Alive was at Gwinnett County Hospice center where she has been since Wednesday.


Prayers continue for Bobbi Kristina Brown

DULUTH, Ga. – Prayers continue for Bobbi Kristina Brown as her family says she's now in God's hand at a hospice care facility in Duluth, Ga.

Brown's condition hasn't improved since she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Roswell home on Jan. 31.

Family members announced Wednesday they brought her to Peachtree Christian Hospice.

Duluth woman reunited with Corvette after 43 years

DULUTH, Ga. -- A Duluth woman has been reunited with her beloved Corvette after 43 years.

Back in February, 11Alive featured the story of how Terry Dietrich's 1972 Corvette Stingray was stolen out of her driveway when she was 19 years ago.

The car was tracked down in North Carolina last fall, but since Allstate Insurance had already paid for Dietrich's lost car, they said it no longer belonged to her.

Earlier this month, Allstate gave Dietrich the surprise of a lifetime. Click the video above to watch!

SUV crashes into Gwinnett Taco Bell sign

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- Gwinnett County Police are investigating what caused an SUV to crash into a Taco Bell sign.

It happened Thursday morning at the restaurant on Pleasant Hill Road near Satellite Boulevard.

Witnesses said the vehicle hit the sign, flipped several times and landed against the restaurant's front entrance.

The SUV's driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to an area hospital for treatment.

Gwinnett County Fire Capt. Tommy Rutledge said the SUV hit a decorative pillar at the building's entrance. It caused some cosmetic damage to an exterior wall, but no major structural damage.

DFCS decision to screen out case questioned

Some in the medical community believe that that the Division of Family and Children Services could have done more in the case of a young girl starved to death.

Lauren Fristed and George Landell have been charged in the death of 10-week-old Nevaeh Marie Landell. Authorities say the child died in March of water intoxication after her parents allegedly diluted the breast milk they fed her.

DFCS report says family fought medical care from day one

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- A couple accused of slowly starving their baby to death by diluting the breast milk with water appeared in court on Wednesday.

After hearing testimony from the lead detective in the case, the Gwinnett County magistrate judge found probable cause to charge Lauren Fristed and George Landell with murder in the death of Nevaeh Marie Landell. The 10-week-old child died in late March of water intoxication, according to arrest warrants.

Very few people ever saw pictures of the little girl. Duluth police detective Charles Hamrick said her parents didn't share many with family or even let people see the child, but he did find several on their cell phones.

Gwinnett man charged with stealing doctors' identities

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- A Gwinnett County man is accused of stealing multiple doctors' identities and using their credentials to bill insurance companies.

Choon Kyung Kim is charged with seven counts each of identity fraud, insurance fraud and practicing optometry without a license.

Last month, an optometrist in Monroe called the Gwinnett County Police Department to say Kim had stolen his financial identity. The doctor said he had begun receiving collection letters from several insurance providers for services Kim rendered.

Kim operates an eye care center in the 3700 block of Satellite Boulevard, near Steve Reynolds Boulevard. Investigators searched Kim's office and recovered about 30 boxes' worth of evidence, according to Gwinnett County Police Cpl. Deon Washington. The evidence confirmed the Monroe doctor's claims.