With stars Greg Reid and Tyrann Mathieu recently kicked off their teams, Albany State coach Mike White said he is always on the lookout for Division I talent. (ADDS: items on ASU's NCAA-mandated drug-testing policy; weather affecting practice)
The Patriots had one of their worst seasons in recent history last year, but 11 returning starters believe that this season will be different.
For the second time in the past three years, the Georgia Southwestern men's basketball team will travel to Auburn to play in a preseason exhibition game.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith looks ahead to college football season and all that’s in store with a playoff on the horizon, while also remembering how things used to be.
Paul Maholm continues to be a great pickup for the Braves, who down the Padres, 6-1, behind 7 innings of work from the recently acquired starter.
Red Devils running backs Don Bolden and Cornelius Bennett combined for more than 2,500 rushing yards last season, but the dynamic duo is just the start of what Randolph-Clay has going for it this year.
Matt Ryan will see slightly less action tonight in the Falcons' second preseason game vs. Cincy than he did last week in Atlanta's opener against Baltimore.
Albany police respond to at least 53 incidents Tuesday.
Aug. 15, 1945 should be remembered by all. VJ Day means victory over Japan, for all of you young people.
I have a wonderful job and I can listen to the radio as I work. I choose to listen to talk radio, therefore WALG is the station heard in my office.
I read the article by Cynthia Tucker and it seems she was more interested in bringing up the subject of bigotry, segregation and civil rights than the subject of marriage.
If you think this is the weakest recovery America has endured following a recession, you’re right — at least for recoveries since the Great Depression.
ASU Staff Council President Kim Douglas says recognition of the state group gives a new voice for staff and faculty.
There are many mysteries in the universe for which there seems to be no answer. How did they build the great pyramids and why?
Margaret DeFrancisco will stay in her post through the transition to a new lottery president, officials say.
Mariners ace "King" Felix Hernandez throws the 23rd perfect game in major league history Wednesday afternoon, striking out 12 Rays to etch his name in the baseball record books.
Nonprofits are being given an opportunity to make money and increase their visibility at a local music and arts festival.
A convicted killer's attorneys win a ruling to preserve and test paper and hair samples for DNA evidence.
State Reps. Ed Rynders and Jay Powell endorse Republican Rick Allen for Georgia's 2nd Congressional District seat.
The East Towne Civic League receives a $5,000 gift from AT&T for their humanitarian work in the community and elsewhere.
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Officials are still certifying Lorenzo Heard’s petition signatures before ruling on his candidacy for the School Board at-large seat.
Annie Maude Hammock Sowell, died August 14, 2012
Dorothy Lee Taylor Rodgers, 83, Tallahassee, died August 12, 2012
R. D. Boyd, 85, Albany, died August 15, 2012
Frank Griffin, Sr., 72, Albany, died August 14, 2012
Rebecca Diane McMillan Scott, 59, Bainbridge, died August 14, 2012
hillip Morris Frix, 75, Albany, died August 11, 2012
Freddie Frazier, 70, Albany, died August 14, 2012
William C. Banks, Jr., 87, Albany, died August 13, 2012
Terence Scott Brown, Albany, died August 15, 2012
Velma Johnson, 80, Albany, died August 15, 2012
Charlie Lee Cecil, 77, Leesburg, died August 9, 2012
While guns receive the brunt of political attention, there are much more dangerous devices sitting in homes and businesses around the country.
An armed man walked into the Washington headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group Wednesday morning and was confronted by a security guard, whom he shot in the arm before the guard and others wrestled him to the ground, authorities said.
Suspected gunman caught; others wanted in Pitt Stop armed robbery.
Georgia State football coach Bill Curry announced Wednesday he will retire after the 2012 season.
Compared with most public pension systems in Europe, Social Security is downright frugal.
As millions of baby boomers flood Social Security with applications for benefits, the program's $2.7 trillion surplus is starting to look small.
Now that Social Security is paying more in benefits than it collects in taxes, there is a fierce debate among politicians, academics and advocates about whether those shortfalls are adding to the federal budget deficit.
Young illegal immigrants are scrambling to get passports and other records in order as the Homeland Security Department starts accepting applications to allow them to avoid deportation and get work permits.
Forget counting 25-year-old Mark Anthony Beecham's prison sentence on your fingers and toes, you'll need a calculator.
A promising young Scrabble player has been kicked out of a national tournament for what officials say was an illegal act.
APD reports an armed robbery at 2340 Dawson Road.