Steroids testing will once again be prevalent at this year's Kentucky Derby after more and more horse continue to break down earlier than they should.
In July, former one-time Golden Boy of U.S. track, Justin Gatlin, will be up for reinstatement after being banned for steroids he still says --- four years later --- he didn't knowingly take.
Charlie Davies thinks he'll be ready for the Workd Cup in South Africa this summer. but coach Bob Bradley isn't convinced.
Shane Mosley knew what he was doing when he challenged Floyd Mayweather Jr. to Saturday's fight: He planned to use Jr. to revive his career.
In nothing more than a formality Thursday, the NCAA Tournament board of directors gives the OK to expand the field from 65 to 68 teams.
In his second tournament back from rehab and an "indefinite" break from golf, Tiger Woods stinks it up by shooting 2-over and breaking his longstanding streak of shooting par or lower in first rounds.
Well, I have just finished my latest V.C. Andrews book, "April Shadows," and I am left wanting more.By more, I mean more to the story.I have been a fan of Andrews's books since I read the Casteel series as a teenager, but have only recently delved back into them again. "April Shadows" is the first book in the Shadows series, which was first published in 2005 and, I must say, is a marked difference from the books I have read before.
Zane Hood hits his fifth homer of the season Thursday as Sherwood crushes Crisp, 7-2.
After bowing out early last year, redemption is on the minds of the No. 1-seeded Lee County baseball team as it opens the GHSA Region 1-AAAA playoffs today at home vs. Upson-Lee.
SCA's Katie Meagher takes second place in the Class AA 1,600 on Thursday during the only final of the day at the GISA State Track & Field Championships, while Deerfield's nine-time state champ Kelly Conway finishes a disappointing seventh in Class AAA.
During a national SEC teleconference with reporters Thursday, UGA football coach Mark Richt opens up about a number of issues surrounding the Bulldogs, including the not-so-certain future of QB Logan Gray.
Patriots star and reigning Herald Player of the Year, Danny Brown, lifts Westover past Mary Persons, 4-2, in its GHSA Class AAA state tournament opener Thursday.
A shooter strikes down three men in a Tift County trailer park.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
An Albany man faces trial after a Dougherty County grand jury hands down indictments in a rape and murder case.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
A victim returns home to find an armed burglar; and police surprise burglars at another location.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
The Albany police Department releases dogs for lack of evidence.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Sherrell Byrd announced her intentions to run for incumbent Milton Griffin's District 2 seat for the Dougherty County School Board.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
Albany police respond to at least 42 incidents.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
A financial action by the Lee Utilities Authority will give it operating capital without a transfer from the county.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Georgia legislators tackle tough issues just before the session's conclusion.
Construction of a replacement for the defunct Broad Avenue bridge is slated to begin in Fall 2011.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
Albany police officers will hang out at Krispy Kreme on North Slappey Boulevard starting today at 6 a.m. and collect donations for the Special Olympics.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
An Albany singer has scheduled a "coming-out" CD release party Saturday at the LeVee.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
The Lee County Commission paves the way for an affordable-housing senior development complex.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Official festivities begin tonight with pep rally at fairgrounds.- Terry Lewis, staff writer
A flurry of activities highlights partisan election qualifying in Dougherty and Lee counties on the day before qualifying ends.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
A board briefing gets heated as debate escalates to let two ministers speak before the Dougherty County Board of Education.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
A Monroe High assistant principal pays off a $100 bet to a former student graduating with a mathematics degree Saturday at ASU.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
Former U.S. Olympic star Dominque Dawes will receive the medal that should've rightfully been hers after the IOC strips a bronze medalist Chinese gymnast, who was learned to be 14 at the time, which is two years below the age requirement.
State Rep. Austin Scott, R-Tifton, says he's running for the U.S. House seat held by Democrat Jim Marshall.