Top local stories this week on

Deadly accident in Savannah -- A driver was killed and two passengers are being treated for serious injuries after a single car wreck early New Year's Day.

GSUs Lewis Hall quarantine remains in effect -- Georgia Southern University's Lewis Hall, where the university's Office of Admissions is located, has been quarantined and shut down after an employee reported to officials they received and envelope containing a suspicious "white powdered" substance.

Former basketball star in trouble again -- Police said Deborah "Monique" Willis tried to rob someone at gunpoint, but she is the one who ended up in the hospital.

Pastor accused of child molestation now in more trouble -- More trouble for a minister people trusted with their children and their money.

Former Savannah pastor indicted -- A former Chatham County pastor was indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with embezzling at least $200,000 from a Savannah church.

Here's the top local story and issues you're discussing on the WTOC Facebook page:
--Mega Millions $330M drawing Tuesday: 31 comments

--When do you typically file your federal and state income taxes? 36 comments

--What do you want to do before 2010 ends and what will you remember most about this year? 15 comments

Here are some top retweeted local stories this week from @WTOC11 on Twitter:
--RT @robertirvine1 @WTOC11: Check out video of the Food Network's Robert Irvine on Mid-Morning Live:

--@WTOC11: Garden City decides against Southbridge annexation

--@WTOC11: Ga.'s health ranking increases, study shows

Enjoy your weekend!
The WTOC New Team