Favorite Danica Patrick finishes 14th at Chicagoland, while Elliot Sadler storms to Sunday's NASCAR Nationwide victory.
Andy Roddick gets blown out by Giles Muller, 6-1, in the first set, then rallies to win the Atlanta Open on Sunday.
The American men's basketball team struggles --- but survives --- its latest Olympic tune-up Sunday against Argentina, 86-80, while the U.S. women rout Turkey.
SUMMER OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN --- 4 DAYS: IOC prez Rogge refuses to honor 40-year anniversary of Munich victims in London opening ceremonies
International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge says that the opening ceremonies of the Summer Games in London is neither the time or place to honor the 11 Israeli athletes who were killed 40 years ago at the Games in Munich, Germany.
Bradley Wiggins does the expected and wins the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Englishman to win cycling's biggest race.
After much debate, Penn State president Rodney Erickson decides Sunday that legendary football coach --- and the NCAA's all-time wins leader --- Joe Paterno will have his iconic statue taken down outside the school's stadium and moved inside.
A mistaken interruption of electricity causes a temporary lack of oxygen for an Albany doctor.
Warren focuses campaign on youths
An Albany attorney who was raised in the inner city of our nation's capital is seeking to rise to a State Court judgeship.
Darrisaw running on record
Dougherty County's current Magistrate judge is running to replace outgoing State Court Judge John Salter.
Braves starter Jair Jurrjens made a strong return to the majors a few weeks ago at Boston, but since then he's been awful, including Sunday when he's chased by the Nationals after just 2 1/3 innings in a 9-2 loss as Atlanta splits a crucial NL East series with Washington.
It's never a good thing when you're lumped in the same category with Jean Van de Velde, but Adam Scott's collapse at the British Open on Sunday did just that.
Sunday's final round of the British Open won't be remembered for Ernie Els' steady play down the stretch which delivered him his fourth career major championship, but rather Adam Scott's historic meltdown as he squanders a four-shot lead with four holes to play --- going bogey-bogey-bogey-bogey --- to miss winning his first major title.
Cornelius McDowell, Albany, died July 21, 2012
Shirley Ann Larrett Potter, 85, Mt. Pleasant, SC, died July 21, 2012
Emmitt Hill, 89, Albany, died July 21, 2012
Fred Freeney, Sr., Albany, died July 22, 2012
Betty Joe Willingham, 81, Hopeful, died July 21, 2012
Mylissa Smith Hall, 77, Fitzgerald, died July 21, 2012
Ethel Pearl Brown, 82, Dawson, died July 18, 2012
Scott Harper, 45, Albany, died July 21, 2012
Richard Eugene Martin, 62, Albany, died July 21, 2012
Libby Womack, 67, Albany, died July 22, 2012
Larry Cornelius’ winding road has led him to Mitchell County, where he takes over a program left bare that he hopes will take flight with the Wing-T.
Ben Sheets stays hot and pitches the Braves to a win in the opener of a doubleheader against the Nationals, who win the second game, 5-2.
Andy Roddick advances to the championship match of the Atlanta Open with a semifinal win Saturday night against former Georgia star John Isner.