After dominating in Beijing, U.S.A.'s reigning gold medalist Mariel Zagunis was supposed to be a lock to win again in London --- instead she ended Wednesday's fencing competition with a pair of stunning meltdowns that resulted in no medals.
Penske driver A.J. Allmendinger's season — and career — might be over after he was fired from his ride Wednesday for failing two drug tests.
Two days after being traded from the Cubs to the Braves, pitcher Paul Maholm says Atlanta was “landing spot No. 1."
Ben Sheets came into Wednesday’s start against 3-0 overall with a 0.50 ERA, but after he was rocked in the first inning for five hits and three runs by Miami, the Braves never recovered.
Hospital officials sign a lease finalizing the agreement joining Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital and Phoebe North.
2012 SUMMER OLYMPICS: Olympic officials ban eight badminton players after accusing them of trying to lose
The talk of Wednesday’s Olympics was the black eye given to all sports when it’s determined four badminton doubles teams intentionally tried to lose their matches in order to gain a better draw.
Atlanta's defense allowed a third-down conversion rate of 44.1 percent last season, and that's an issue new defensive coordinator Mike Nolan is making his top priority to change.
Customers storm an Albany Chick-fil-A in support of the company CEO’s stand on “traditional” marriage.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Lowndes native, FSU star Reid booted from team; Wisconsin RB Ball attacked
Following his latest run-in with the law — and afoul of team rules — FSU kicks star punt returner and DB Greg Reid off the team Wednesday.
Led by former UGA stars Allison Schmitt and Shannon Vreeland, the women’s 4x200 relay team picks up another U.S. gold, then Nathan Adrian pulls the upset win in the 100 free.
At least two and possibly three new members will join the Dougherty County School Board in 2013.
Police respond to at least 41 incidents
Joseph Mathis, 16, drove his 1992 blue Ford F-150 pickup south on North van Buren Street, stopped at the sign and then drove right in front of a 2012 red Dodge Ram 1500 at about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to an Albany Police Department report.
With five forgery reports in Albany Tuesday, authorities warn citizens to check out the currency they receive.
A Dougherty County grand jury adds a suspect to a group that includes a man indicted for murder of a 14 year old.
Dougherty County deputies want to talk to a woman photographed using a Regions Bank ATM.
The president of Albany State University stresses that the college will continute to educate the disenfranchised.
The Lee County Commission will have at least two new members after the Nov. 6 general election.
The Republican 2nd Congressional District goes to a runoff; results are updated for area counties in local races.
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When Catholic women religious meet next week in St. Louis, they will try to solve a problem tougher than any they assigned to generations of schoolchildren. The nuns will decide how to respond to an edict from the Vatican ordering them to toe a doctrinal line and assigning three bishops to oversee their orthodoxy.
Conservatives worry that if Barack Obama is re-elected, today's trillion-plus federal deficits and ballooning national debt will continue to grow far into the future.
As a general rule, I do not spend much time envying what someone else has. I must admit, however, I do envy those rare guys who keep all their tools neatly aligned in their shop.
Elizabeth Ann West, infant daughter of Jason and Lucy West of Camilla, died Monday, July 30, 2012
Raymon Jean "R.J." Apperson, 77, of Albany, GA died Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Frances Garrett Chandler, 84, passed away Tuesday , July 31, 2012
Mr. Ira J Simpson, 79, of Doerun died Tuesday May 31, 2012
Mr. Collie Jones, 95, passed away on August 1, 2012
Mrs. Hattie F. King of Ashburn, Georgia, departed this life on Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Minister Ezra James Sloan, 61, of Albany died on August 1, 2012
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has released a statement saying that his office will be pursuing alternatives for transportation funding to deal with the vacuum left by decisions by most Georgian to vote down a controversial penny sales tax initiative Tuesday.
Mrs. Flora Bell Patillo of Plains died on July 28, 2012
Infant Kendell Naomi Anthony of Sumter County died on July 28, 2012
Mrs. Floria Acosta Britt, 93, of Gainesville, FL died on August 1, 2012
Mr. Lester Jackson, 81, of Albany died on July 28, 2012
Voters have rejected a penny sales tax referendum to pay for transportation projects in nine of 12 regions in Georgia.
Leland O. Johnson, 90, of the Faceville Community near Bainbridge, GA, passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The Braves beat the Marlins for their seventh consecutive win Tuesday, but earlier in the day they get bad news when it's learned that starting pitcher Tommy Hanson is played on the 15-day DL.