Georgia Tech announces some bad news Monday at spring practice — senior linebacker Julian Burnett is unlikely to play this season.
Kentucky, Kansas, Ohio State and even Louisville have plenty of future NBA players on their teams, but it isn’t always easy to win in college with a bench full of future stars.
Tim Tebow is officially introduced to New York on Monday, and the new backup quarterback for the Jets says all the right things about starter Mark Sanchez, insisting that he and Sanchez “have a great relationship.”
Starting pitcher Tyler Classon improves to 2-0 on the mound with a five-inning shutout Monday against Valwood. (ADDS: Items on DWS baseball, Crisp Academy baseball, DWS tennis, DWS soccer)
The Cavs shot a tournament-best 294 in Monday morning’s opening round of the Lou Hart Invitational, but nationally-ranked No. 1 Meridian Community College rallies in the afternoon to overtake Darton. (ADDS: Georgia Southwestern men's golf at Bearcat Invitational).
The Tigers open spring practice Friday with competitions at both quarterback — where three signal callers are in the running for the starting spot — and running back.
Tiger Woods climbed back into the Top 10 with his win Sunday in the Arnold Palmer Invitational, but he is treating it as a routine victory despite the fact that it ended a 2 1/2-year drought on the PGA Tour.
Shhh. If I had a voice I would tell you that you cannot afford to stay silent. I would ask you to please help me.
Albany Police Department responds to at least 70 incidents
Students from colleges in Pennsylvania and Illinois give up their spring break to build houses in Southwest Georgia.
The GBI and the Tift County Sheriff's Office launch a joint investigation into a double murder-suicide.
The new Lee County Elementary School is currently under construction at a cost of nearly $18 million.
An Albany man is in stable condition after crashing into a tree off of Whispering Pines Road.
Two Albany men were charged with burglary and possession of marijuana in connection to an attempted ATM break-in.
A six-person panel will discuss "Strengthening HBCUs to Meet the Needs of the Future" at Albany State University.
An Albany man is thought to be connected to an aggravated assault incident that took place Saturday.
Supreme Court justices on Tuesday will enter the second and most crucial day of historic, closely watched arguments that could determine whether most Americans will have to buy health care coverage or pay penalties.
If you watch the news in any large city you are probably desensitized to stories about crime involving young black men.
If there are any doubts as to how big the case that started Monday before the U.S. Supreme Court is, you only need to look at how much time the justices have given for arguments. (You can find a pdf of the transcript of Monday's arguments and a link to the Supreme Court website for audio in the editorial.)
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The past few years have not been easy for our state. Georgia took a tough hit during the last recession, and we have all heard about or experienced the impacts of a down economy firsthand.
Watching the recent Peanut Proud Parade move around Blakely's old Courthouse Square got me to thinking about the things that are really important to small-town citizens, our fellow Georgians and, dare I say with trepidation, a vast majority of Americans.
Crime statistics released by the Dougherty County Police show calls for service were up 3.9 percent from last year.
Crime statistics released by Dougherty County Police show calls for service were up 3.9 percent from last year.
Mrs. Peggy Israel Urash age 53 passed away at DeKalb Medical Center in Atlanta Saturday afternoon March 24, 2012
Mr. Alvin Blackmon, Sr., 77, of Chicago, IL did on March 24, 2012
Elaine Croft, Leesburg, died March 22, 2012
Eva Bell Wright, 74, of Albany died on March 21, 2012
Sister Mary Lee Martin, 72, of Albany died on March 25, 2012
County officials say a number of factors has contributed to savings that have employee health care operating in the black.
Jack Blankenship, 54, of Cuthbert died on March 24, 2012
Mrs. Lathey McKinney of Albany died on March 21, 2012
Mr. Edward Hayes, 62, of Bainbridge died on March 24, 2012
Mr. John "Butch" Peterson, 59, of Fowlstown died on March 26, 2012
Carrie Jean Eldridge, 86, of Fitzgerald, Georgia died March 25, 2012
Mr. Douglas Bernard Wills, 73, of Albany died Sunday March 25, 2012
Mrs. Lelia M. Keaton, 85, of Cordele died Sunday
Linda K. Sheffield, 68, of Fitzgerald, died Saturday, March 24, 2012
President Barack Obama warned North Korea and Iran on Monday that their options are few and their friends fewer.
Jair Jurrjens has had some tough starts this spring but he makes his case to be the Braves' Opening Day starter with a strong performance on Sunday in an 11-1 win against Houston.
Tony Stewart wins his second NASCAR race of the season Sunday in the rain-shortened race at Fontana, where the race ended 71 laps short because of the weather.
Tyshawn Taylor busts out with a 22-point game to lead Kansas past North Carolina, 80-67.