After narrowly losing against Duke in Monday's national title game, fans give what seems like a victory party anyway the day after.
The NCAA men's tourney seems it will expand to 96 teams. What if the women follow?
ESPN received an added boost to its ratings when it was announced that Tiger Woods would tee off at 1:42 p.m. Thursday with Matt Kuchar and K.J. Choi and make the turn when the Masters airs live.
Former Georgia Tech star and reigning British Open champion Stewart Cink has been paired more with Tiger Woods at the Masters than any other golfer.
David Duval is tired of talking about his decade-long slump and hopes to make a run at winning his first green jacket in this year's Masters, which starts Thursday.
The Connecticut Huskies extend their women's record winning streak to 78 games with a second national title in a row, and seventh overall, after their win against the Stanford Cardinal in San Antonio.
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Lady Rams softball wins sixth in a row; Darton golf takes third at Miss. tourney
Albany State's softball team improves to 23-20 after a doubleheader sweep against Alabama A&M.
Alexander Johnson, who starred at Dougherty and Florida State, signed a deal Tuesday that will last the rest of the season with Houston.
Former Deerfield-Windsor star Andre Young said he was taken aback by coach Oliver Purnell's decision to leave Clemson for DePaul, but Young said he won't transfer.
Randolph-Clay girls basketball star Destiny Mitchell said Tuesday she will soon decide to play collegiately at either St. John's or East Tennessee State University.
Residents can help the Albany Police Department with timely calls when they spot burglaries.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
ATLANTA -- A commercial real estate executive has jumped into the race for Georgia governor and thrown $2 million of his own money into a bid for the Republican nomination.Ray Boyd told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he's entering the Republican primary.The 67-year-old political newcomer from Rutledge says he's upset by the lack of ethics in Washington and at the state Capitol. He says the candidates already in the race have been "tainted" by ethics troubles and long careers in politics.- Shannon McCaffrey, The Associated Press
The Congressional Art Competition allows high school students throughout the country to demonstrate their artistic abilities.- Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer
An Albany weapons policy appears to apply only to city employees directly under the command of the city manager.- J.D Sumner, government writer
A proposed new zoning map for the city of Leesburg must go back to the drawing board.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
A driver loses control and crashes into a residence where he is beaten and robbed.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Air Force veterans and family members from four states will gather in Albany on Friday and Saturday.Terry Lewis, staff writer
Police respond to at least 35 incidents
The Griffin-Jordan Medical Society of Southwest Georgia was founded in 2001.Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has deemed Albany's Grovetown Project ineligible for federal funds.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
The city of Albany's proposed 2011 fiscal year budget will increase $304,134 from its amended FY 2010 budget.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
An argument in an East Albany neighborhood sparks gunplay, but no one is reported injured.Pete Skiba, staff writer
The Albany City Commission this morning gets a first look at its $104 million budget for the coming fiscal year and decides to repay from its general fund $347,000 to the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development for a failed development.
J.D. Sumner, government reporter