Phillip Phillips continues to make the cut on "American Idol" in Hollywood.
An associate of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the Rev. Joseph Roberts headed historic Atlanta church for three decades.
Commissioner Jon Howard invites residents to hear state Sen. Freddie Powell Sims speak at his town hall meeting.
Burglars risk electrocution in failed attempts to disable alarms at several convenience stores Thursday.
Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin spoke to Albany State University honor students Friday.
Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin challenges Albany State University honor students to put knowledge into action.
Obamacare dominated the 2010 midterms, driving its Democratic authors to a historic electoral shellacking. But since then, the issue has slipped quietly underground.
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A committee of the Dougherty Board of Education meets to discuss goals, including all teachers getting highly qualified ratings.
The Exchange Club of Albany honors a woman for her quiet efforts to help those who need care and support.
APD responds to at least 43 incidents.
Charlie Mae Walker Floyd, 97, Ashburn, died March 17, 2012
The “State Action Doctrine” is the issue the federal agency wants the high court to settle.
A note was found indicating a possible bomb had been planted at production building, officials say.
A note found Friday indicated a bomb had been placed at a production building, officials say.
Houston drowned accidentally at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 11, and autopsy results revealed heart disease and her recent and chronic cocaine use were contributing factors.
Rams pitcher Corey Odom signs to play on the next level Thursday at Point University in LaGrange.
Braves shortstop Tyler Pastornicky goes 4-for-5 on Thursday during a 5-5, 10-inning tie against the Miami Marlins.
Despite boasting the NJCAA's longest winning streak at 24 games and a 30-1 record after Thursday's doubleheader rout of ABAC, the Darton College softball team is inexplicably dropped one spot in the latest Top 25 poll from No. 16 to No. 17.
NCAA TOURNAMENT --- SWEET 16 ROUNDUP: No. 1 Michigan State sent packing by No. 4 Louisville; Syracuse, Ohio State, Florida all advance to Elite 8
The No. 1 seed Michigan State Spartans become the first top dog to bow out of the NCAA Tournament after No. 4 Louisville crushed them in the Sweet 16 on Thursday, 57-44, as Rick Pitino and the Cardinals advance to the Elite 8.
NCAA TOURNAMENT --- SWEET 16 PREVIEW: Watford moves on from game winner against Kentucky, focuses on rematch
Indiana's Christian Watford has done all the talking he wants to about his game-winning 3-pointer that handed top-ranked Kentucky its only regular-season loss as the two teams get set to meet again in tonight's Sweet 16. (ADDS: breakout capsule of today's other Sweet 16 matchups)
After saying recently he wasn’t sure he could even make it through this season — then backtracking a day later, saying he was only kidding — Braves veteran star Chipper Jones officially declares Thursday that 2012 will be his final professional year in the major leagues.
In a showdown between South Georgia’s top private-school soccer programs Thursday, Deerfield’s boys and girls dominate rival Sherwood in a key region duel. (ADDS: items on Westwood, Baconton and Westover baseball; Sherwood golf)
Albany State continues its spring workouts with the annual Blue and Gold scrimmage today, and highlighting the game will be quarterbacks Blaize Schaeffer and Keenan Grissett, who are currently battling to replace 2011 starter Stanley Jennings.
Sherwood Christian Academy running back Mack “M.J.’’ Green signs a football scholarship with Olivet Nazerene University on Thursday.
Harvey Updyke Jr., the self-professed Alabama fan who is accused of poisoning the famed oak trees at Auburn’s Toomer’s Corner, is scheduled to go on trial in June.
The Bulldogs’ coaching staff sees nothing but upside to allowing star receiver Malcolm Mitchell the chance to play both offense and defense in 2012.
LPGA Hall of Famer Nancy Lopez may no longer live in Albany, but she wouldn’t dare miss her annual golf outing that benefits the local Albany Community Hospice for anything.