News for Sunday, January 3, 2010


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COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: Georgia women top Alabama, off to 14-0 start

The Lady Bulldogs tie a school record for the best start in history after they down Alabama, 52-44, on Sunday on the road to improve to 14-0.

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Artest cleared to return to practice with Lakers after fall

After suffering a concussuin, a deep cut and memory loss following a fall in his home on Christmas Day, Lakers star Ron Artest will return to practice with the team today.

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No. 7 Duke makes No. 21 Clemson look silly in ACC opener

Clemson's woes continue in Cameron Indoor Stadium as the Tigers get demolished by ACC rival Duke on Sunday night in the both teams' ACC opener.

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OK, Jimbo ... show us whatcha got

Jimbo Fisher has waited hus entire career for this moment, and after Bobby Bowden retired as coach Friday, Fisher will offically take over Tuesday.

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Makin' strides

More wins than last season, a bowl victory and a big recruiting pickup last week makes coach Gene Chizik proud of his debut season.

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Fiesta Bowl: Unbeatens TCU, Boise State set to clash tonight

They didn't make it into the national title game after perfect seasons, but both TCU and Boise State will get a chance to end their year unbeaten tonight when they face off in the Fiesta Bowl.

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Lady Cavs return from break with two wins

The Darton women's basketball team wins back-to-back games at the South Georgia Tech Holiday Classic between Saturday and Sunday after taking 18 days off.

Goals: Should you resolve to keep them or not?

If you're like most people, you've probably experienced the sudden burst of motivation that comes in early January, as holiday indulgences make their way to the waistline and New Year's resolutions force a new look at the figure we see in the mirror.

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Man, 79, takes birthday leap

David Clearman Sr. celebrates his 79th birthday with an unusual gift from his family -- his first skydiving experience.Ethan Fowler, senior writer

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Albany man played significant supporting role in war in Europe

Marion Holliday, 84, reflects on driving Army supply trucks to support Allied European engagements in World War II.Ethan Fowler, senior writer

Births Jan 3

Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Dec. 21-28.