Konner Wade’s third straight complete game lifts the Wildcats to a 5-1 victory and gives Arizona a 1-0 series lead in the College World Series championship against South Carolina.
If the United States were still governed under the Articles of Confederation, might California be in the position of Greece, Spain or Italy?
By now most sentient Americans have heard about the war on women. That is, the so-called Republican war on women, which has been framed as a battle waged by stodgy old white guys who want to deny women reproductive freedom.
A major concern that Tropical Storm Debby is causing is flooding from Louisiana to Florida and up into South Georgia and Alabama.
Calhoun County will receive a $150,000 grant from the state, which is a 50 percent decrease from last year.
The Albany Water, Gas & Light Commission is a separate arm of the city's hierarchy.
Both the Albany City Commission and the Dougherty County Commission will vote this week on FY 2013 budgets.
Angel McCoughtry scored 23 points and Sancho Lyttle added 19 to lead the Dream to a 74-64 victory against New York on Sunday.
The Giants lose Sunday to Oakland, but Leesburg native Buster Posey hits his second home run of the weekend and continues to stay hot at the plate.
Marc Leishman shoots an 8-under 62 to win the Travelers Championship on Sunday, while Bubba Watson finishes in a tie for 2nd.
Defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic opens play on the prestigious grass courts today against 2003 French Open champ Juan Carlos Ferrero.
Clint Bowyer leads 70 of the 112 laps Sunday at the Toyota/Save Mart 350 and holds off Kurt Busch, who was driving in an unsponsored car, to get his first NASCAR win at a road course.
The Braves have lost six of the last seven starts by Mike Minor, who lasted just 4 2/3 innings and gave up three homers and seven runs in Sunday’s loss against the Red Sox.
Squawk of the Day - June 25, 2012
Check out where the fish are biting --- or not biting --- around Southwest Georgia this week.
Herald Outdoors Columnist Bob Kornegay says he has found over the years that when it comes to outdoors adventures, nothing beats a trip to the mountains.
Mr. Albert Beeks, 82, of Albany died Saturday, June 23, 2012
Mrs. Retta Brantley, 89, of Albany died Sunday, June 24, 2012
Mrs. Sara Lula Layfield King, 91, of Albany died Saturday June 23, 2012
Gail Louise Cameron, 50, of Albany, GA., died June 22, 2012
Annette Morgan Moore, 88 of Coleman died June 23, 2012
Kenneth Daniels of Memphis, Tennessee, formerly of Albany died Friday June 22, 2012
Preshona Monique Toson, 39, of Albany died Sunday, June 24, 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Karl and Denise
A double ring ceremony sealed the celebration and
Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson Lee
Mr. James Douglas Bush, 69, died on June 23, 2012
Lousie Bishop, 67, of Dawson died on June 23, 2012
Mrs. Gwendolyn Crump, 70, of Post Oak Road, Camilla, Ga. passed on June 22, 2012
Branch, 32, feels ‘great’ after offseason workouts with Pats; Lockette could start season as Seahawks’ No. 2 or 3 receiver
Albany native's Deion Branch and Ricardo Lockette --- receivers for the Patriots and Seahawks, respectively ----- talk about their expectations for the upcoming NFL seasons Saturday during Branch's 7th annual Skills and Drills Football Camp at Albany State.
If South Carolina can beat Arizona in the CWS finals, which begin today, the Gamecocks will become just the second program in college baseball history to win three straight titles.
MLB ROUNDUP: Delgado implodes as Red Sox hammer Braves, 8-4; Rangers star Hamilton to have movie made about his life
One night after nearly getting blanked by the Braves, Boston knocks starter Randall Delgado out in the second inning and rolls to an 8-4 victory to even the Interleague series at 1-1.
Former Campbellsville (Ky.) University assistant wrestling coach James Hicks will become the new head coach of the Darton State College wrestling program after former Purdue assistant coach Tom Erikson accepts the job, then abruptly resigns.
In the wake of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky being convicted in his child sex abuse case, news comes out Saturday his lawyers wanted to resign before the trial ever began.
NBA WRAP-UP: Champion Heat took tougher road to title; Cleveland finally getting over hate for LeBron
A shorter season and a far more talented finals opponent makes the NBA Championship all that much more satisfying for the Miami Heat. (ADDS: breakout on Cleveland fans' reaction to native son LeBron James' finally winning title)
Lee County rising junior WR Cabrera gets first D-I offer from Duke; ex-Trojans star WR, UGA signee Seay to play for Itawamba CC
With interest brewing from major colleges around the country, Duke becomes the first D-I school to extend an offer to Trojans star Josh Cabrera.
Monroe grads Deion Branch and Ricardo Lockette are preparing on opposite coasts for the upcoming NFL season, but the duo came together and talked about the respect they have for one another Saturday at Branch’s 7th annual Skills and Drills Football Camp.
Whether it’s Richmond or Louisiana coming to Albany next week to play for the PIFL title, the reigning champion Panthers made a statement Saturday when they routed the Lions: The crown is theirs until someone comes and takes it.