The Los Angeles Kings jump out to a commanding 4-0 lead in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals Monday and never look back en route to the franchise’s first title.
Late Monday night, Alabama police — acting on a tip — surround a home where suspected Auburn shooter Desmonte Leonard was believed to be.
Yankees starter Ivan Nova lifts N.Y. back to first in the AL East standings after blanking the Braves on Monday in the interleague series opener.
Police officers used a Taser and pepper spray on two teens while breaking up a fights Saturday night, APD says.
After the sudden departure of Darton wrestling coach Chris Fleeger after one season, the Cavs announce the hiring of Purdue assistant Thomas Erikson on Monday.
Jerry Sandusky sits motionless in the court room all day as graphic testimony is given by one of his alleged victims in the former Penn State coach's sexual abuse trial.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to release its decision sometime this month on the constitutionality of some or all of the Obama administration's health care reform plan that was rushed through Congress in late 2010.
According to a recent study by the National Parks Service, there is growing awareness that parks "provide an array of social benefits in addition to recreation, inspiration and research."
It bothers me a little when conservatives call Barack Obama a "socialist." He certainly is an enemy of the free market, and wants politicians and bureaucrats to make the fundamental decisions about the economy. But that does not mean that he wants government ownership of the means of production, which has long been a standard definition of socialism.
Three new elementary school principals are hired Monday by the Dougherty County School Board.
A passenger is seriously injured in a one-vehicle wreck, Dougherty County Police Department officials say.
The matchup many wanted and hoped for at the start of the NBA season is here as Miami meets OKC in the finals in Game 1 tonight.
Spain’s Rafael Nadal becomes the first men’s tennis player in history Monday to win seven French Open titles after beating Novak Djokovic.
Three Republicans are running for a chance to face the U.S. representative in November.
Merchandise is taken Monday from Little Whiskey River on Sylvester Road, APD reports show.
“Hootie,” Chehaw’s popular barred owl, entertained and educated thousands over the state of Georgia.
Artis Thomas had been wanted in connection to a theft that occurred last month, officials say.
APD responds to at least 65 incidents
Squawk of the Day - June 12, 2012
Commissioners vote down a measure to cut a proposed tax increase by two-thirds.
Albany city commissioners vote down a measure to cut a proposed tax increase by two-thirds.
Martha Ree Campbell McCray, 54, Dawson, died June 08, 2012
Alberta Maria Hooks, 50, Albany, died June 10, 2012
James Carl Stewart, Sr., 90, Camilla, died June 11, 2012
Charles R. Hill, 80, Tifton, died June 10, 2012
James Mills Dent, 78, Albany, died June 9, 2012
Issac Andrew Davidson, 67, Vienna, died June 11, 2012
Billie Faye Ferguson Yancey, Georgetown, died June 10, 2012
Raymond Paul O'Connor, Jr., 78, Albany, died June 11, 2012
Walter Guy Spann, 87, Plains, died June 9, 2012
Sylvester Goins, Pineview, died June 10, 2012
Aralee Dennard Jones, 70, Dawson, died June 10, 2012
Teresa Renee Wright, 32, Albany, died June 8, 2012
Lewellyn Dawson Shiver, 83, Camilla, died June 10, 2012
County employees won't have to deal with unpaid holidays this year, officials say.
Dougherty County commissioners may spare county employees from unpaid holidays in FY 2013.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to take a new look at the rights of prisoners held at the Guantanamo Bay.
U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson was cited for felony hit-and-run following two crashes.
Florida State routs Stanford for the second game in a row to sweep the super regional series and advance to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb.