Heavy rain delays Wednesday night’s Game 3 of the NLCS for 3 1/2 hours, but the Cardinals prevail at home in St. Louis against the Giants, 3-1, to take a 2-1 series lead.
Albany State sophomore Keion Miller, a 2010 Westover grad, is emerging as a key part of the Rams’ secondary and had a game-changing blocked PAT return Saturday against Morehouse.
Braves catcher Brian McCann has successful surgery on his shoulder and says he’ll be 100 percent healthy by next season.
On Wednesday, Nike and others drop sponsorships of embattled U.S. cyclist and seven-time Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong, who also resigns as the head of his famed cancer-fighting charity Livestrong following his doping ban.
The city of Albany's Long-Term Financial Planning Committee plans to help bring and keep businesses in the region.
A landmark business offering fine furniture, wall art and gift items is closing after more than four decades.
Albany police respond to at least 35 incidents.
The owners of Albany Heights and L’Jua’s restaurant both owe money to the city, officials say.
GMC Jimmy crash. Injuries involved at Society Avenue and Jefferson Street.
The presidential election could come down to this question: What's more important, enthusiasm or optimism?
Imagine, pre-9/11/12, that you were responsible for arranging the defense of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Would you have considered American interests and personnel best protected by bringing in a local security outfit called the February 17 Martyrs Brigade?
Hospital and CEO Joel Wernick honored at Rise N Shine breakfast.
ASU business students will bring the new product to market.
Check out today's squawk of the day!
Royce Whiddon, 55, Rocky Face, GA, died October 13, 2012
Charles Edward Campbell, 65, Albany, died October 15, 2012
Richard W. Colvin, 65, died August 26, 2012
Joy Tully, 82, Colquitt, died October 17, 2012
Herbert Eugene Tomlinson, 91,Dublin, died October 16, 2012
Evelyn Edwards of Cuthbert
Vera Thomas, 77, Tifton, died October 16, 2012
Edward Gerald Herrod, 76, Albany, died October 16, 2012
Edwina D. Robinson, 95, Albany, died October 14, 2012
Idella Dennison, 81, Albany, died October 16, 2012
Hershel Eugene Gainous, 86, Whigham, GA died October 16, 2012
Brandon DeWayne Wood, 28, Albany, died October 15, 2012
Mark Carroll Espy, Sr., 68, Headland, died October 16, 2012
The West Broad Avenue post office, set to close December 2, gets more time to find a permanent solution.
In keeping with a Halloween theme this month, here's a ghoulish series of pranks on some poor souls.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said Wednesday he will defend high school cheerleaders who want to use Bible verses on banners at football games.
No injuries were reported and nothing was stolen, officials say.
A look at Ga.'s 14 congressional races
One night while out to dinner, I noticed an elegant elderly lady at the next table over who was dining alone. I was drawn to her because sorrow clouded her eyes and she smiled sadly, the kind we all force when we do not feel happy.
Organizers of a three-day Albany music festival have already started planning for the event’s second year.
A judge has set a tentative trial date next year for the neighborhood watch volunteer charged with fatally shooting Trayvon Martin.
A Michigan man is facing charges for his effort to keep an eye on his community while wearing a Batman outfit.
Lance Armstrong is stepping down as chairman of his Livestrong cancer-fighting charity to help it limit the damage from the doping scandal that has snared the former champion cyclist.
Two goals by Clint Dempsey was more than enough for the U.S. men's soccer team Tuesday night when the Americans hammer Guatemala, 3-1, to move on to the last round of World Cup qualifying.
Justin Verlander was lights out on the mound as the Tigers beat the Yankees, 2-1, to take a 3-0 lead in the ALCS late Tuesday night in Detroit to move one game away from the World Series.
This week's 'Burning Question': Is Westfield vs. Deerfield and Valwood vs. Westwood on Friday state title game previews?
Each week, The Herald’s sports staff will pose a new “Burning Question” at albanyherald.com that’s topical in regards to what area prep football fans are talking about after last week’s games. Feel free to log on and discuss!
The Herald's sports staff continues its "Prep Peek," which includes The Herald Heisman Watch, Dynamite Dozen drop-in, Quote of the Week, By the Numbers, the next Game of the Week selection, the Fab 5 Poll and the area's Week 9 schedule.
Ever since winning the national title two years ago with Heisman winner Cam Newton at the helm, Auburn has been in a free fall that reached its bottom this year.
Lee County head football coach Dean Fabrizio tells The Herald on Tuesday that while he has plenty to say about a parent who stormed the practice field to complain about his treatment of her son — and was subsequently arrested — he’s been asked by administrators not to address the situation as the legal process runs its course and to keep his focus solely on a big region duel with TCC on Friday.
With plenty to distract the Rams this week with Clark Atlanta coming to town for Homecoming, red-hot ASU insists it’s focused on the game — and winning its fourth straight.
Quarterback Aaron Murray and Georgia have already forgotten about the team’s dismal performance at South Carolina and has used the bye week to sharpen every area of the Bulldogs’ game — especially the offense, which struggled mightily in a 35-7 loss to the Gamecocks the last time out.
Georgia Tech wants a do-over after a disastrous first half of the season that featured only two wins — and a bunch of gut-wrenching losses.
The Giants notched a huge win late Monday in Game 2 of the NLCS against the Cardinals to even the series at 1-1 heading to today’s Game 3.
The No. 1 nationally ranked Darton men’s soccer team crushes local rival Andrew College on Tuesday to finish the school’s first unbeaten regular season as the Cavs now turn their focus to winning regionals, followed by nationals.