Albany police have identified a Sunday night slaying victim as Bobby Lee Clay-Minor, 53.Albany police found Clay-Minor's body about 9 :55 p.m. Sunday when they responded to the 400 block of Alice Avenue after a report of shots being fired in that area, Albany Police Department officials said.Check www.albanyherald.com throughout the day for more information.
Tiger Woods wins his seventh event of the year.
Maurice Jones-Drew sets up Jacksonville teammate Josh Scobee's 21-yard field goal that beats the New York Jets as time expires in Sunday's AFC contest.
Cincinnati beats Pittsburgh to take control of its AFC division.
The Georgia women open their season wtih a 62-51 victory against 13th-ranked Oklahoma. Meanwhile, 19th-ranked Georgia Tech loses against Oklahoma State, 70-64.
At the age of 20, Michelle Wie wins her first LPGA Tour event, beating Paula Creamer.
Jimmie Johnson wins at Phoenix, making it almost a certainty he will win his fourth consecutive Sprint Cup points title next week.
A late, fourth-down try by New England backfires, giving Indianapolis the ball deep in the Patriots' territory and the Colts win by the score of, 35-34, Sunday night.
After Saturday's big win against Wake Forest, the Seminoles still have a 33rd winning season in a row and 28th consecutive bowl bid in their sights.
Georgia Tech is back in the ACC title game for the first time since 2006. An first outright conference crown since 1990 is now what the Yellow Jackets want.
Former Seminole County star Bacarri Rambo made his biggest play yet as a Georgia Bulldog, stopping a potential touchdown by Auburn. He suffered a concussion on the play, however, and will not see action against Kentucky.
The Carolina Panthers make Sunday's game a rough one for Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan, pressuring him into making costly mistakes in the Falcons' loss.
The child care facility was established in 1993 to serve families of Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital employees.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee preaches to more than 3,000 Sunday at Sherwood Baptist Church.
Four law enforcement officers going through a terrible tragedy is the plot for Sherwood Baptist Church's next film, which is titled "Courageous."
A sewing class of young girls sews almost 200 pillows and creates cards for soldiers serving overseas.