In addition to Albany, Waycross and Valdosta, there is a fourth Megan's House location now operating in Columbus.
Albany Area Crime Stoppers has five fugitives on its Most Wanted list this week. All fugitives on the Albany Area Crime Stoppers Most Wanted List should be considered armed and dangerous.
Police recover car; one arrested
Njemile Z. Ali and Christopher Fullerton say that converting the Broad Avenue Bridge into a pedestrian bridge was never put on the table at previous public hearings.
Dr. James Griffith, a gastroenterologist, is part of a medical breed new to Southwest Georgia -- the specialty hospitalist.
Vince Dooley, UGA's most successful football coach, returns to Albany to speak on the 25th anniversary of an event that he helped launch.
A non-event may become the most noteworthy event of the March 23-29th Pope Benedict XVI visit to Cuba and Mexico.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail March 15-22, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
What's in a name? Most of us, perhaps regrettably, do not get to select our own names and are saddled with our parents' projections of what we might be. It is entertaining to consider what name we might select for ourselves and what that name might suggest about us. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum recently got this chance when they selected their Secret Service code names.
After nearly three months of primaries and caucuses, it looks like there's finally a winner in the Republican presidential nomination process. But it might not be who -- or what -- you might expect.
I write this in anger and in frustration. And I must begin with words better than my own: "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies ... a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed." -- Dwight D. Eisenhower
Since 2000, an annual bass tournament has provided more than $119,000 for Easter Seals Southern Georgia.
The Terrell County History Museum kicks off its display of “hometown” artists this weekend.
Americorps members give reports on the organization’s activities at the monthly Gang Task Force meeting.
Squawk of the Day - March 23, 2012
Eula Mae (Tillman) Bryant, 82, Moultrie, died March 17, 2012
Mary Jeanette Johnson, 77, Dothan Died March 21, 2012
Joe Carter, Jr. , Sumter County, GA, died March 20, 2012
Herman Buggs, Sr., 68, Donalsonville Died March 15, 2012
Chainy Jackson, 93, Shellman Died March 18, 2012
Jimmie Lee Killings, 86, Vienna Died March 21, 2012
Eddie Joe Taylor, Leary Died March 19, 2012
Raymond M. Hepner, Sr., 69, Albany Died March 20, 2012
Betty Jackson Lewis, McDonough Died March 18, 2012
Geraldine Jenkins, 81, Kathleen, GA, died March 20, 2012
Charlie Mae Walker Floyd, 97, Ashburn Died March 17, 2012
Esther Green Chappell, Sumter County, GA, died March 21, 2012
Harry Elmer Daniels, 99, Moultrie died March 17, 2012
Mamie Harris, 61, Camilla Died March 20, 2012
Jewel Holder, 94, Cuthbert Died March 20, 2012
Annie Florence Wells, Calhoun Died March 22, 2012
Marie Conn, 85, Leesburg Died March 22, 2012
Joyce Whitfield Hall, 66, Sylvester Died March 21, 2012
Ella O.W.C. Whitehead, 85, Camilla Died March 19, 2012
Albert Clifford Favors, 89, Leary, died March 22, 2012
Melanie W. Brown, 26 Leesburg Died march 21, 2012
Daisy L. Randall, 82, Attapulgus, GA died March 21, 2012
Roy Sangster, 79, Camilla Died March 21, 2012
Gloria Williams Carter, 36, Albany Died March 12, 2012
Tommy L. Robinson, Sylvester Died March 22, 2012
Harry Johnson, Pelham Died March 18, 2012
James Dennis, 82, Camilla Died March 21, 2012
The federal government is looking for ways to save money, officials say.
A list of proposed federal courthouse closings includes the courthouse in Valdosta, officials say.
Tax records show that the Suntrust building sold for $3.1 million in 2008, but is currently assessed at $2.9 million — more than $1,109,800 less than WG&L's proposed purchase price.
An Albany City Commissioner is requesting city officials shine the light on proposed real estate transaction involving the Albany Water, Gas and Light Commission that he says may have been done to skirt scrutiny from the city commission.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler announced today that Georgia’s February seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined for the seventh consecutive month.
Albany State falls apart in Wednesday's 33-7 loss to Columbus State, which kept scoring up until the very end and handed the Rams one of their worst losses in program history.
Atlanta's Joe Johnson hits a game-tying 3-pointer in regulation, then drills a baseline jumper in overtime to lift the Hawks past the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, 103-203.
Archery teams from Lee County Elementary, Lake Park Elementary, Lee County Middle School and Miller County High School excel at the state meet Wednesday in Perry.
Braves starter Tommy Hanson looks to have shaken off any lingering effects from his concussion as he leads Atlanta past Washington.
Panthers quarterback Cecil Lester and his offense had just 126 total yards in last week’s season opener against Richmond, but with the offseason rust shaken off, the team thinks it will find its groove again Saturday against Louisiana in a rematch of last season’s SIFL Championship game.