Florida State starting running back Chris Thompson, who returned this season after suffering a broken back last year, is out for the season once again after the Seminoles confirm Monday that the injury Thompson suffered Saturday against Miami is a torn ACL. (UPDATED: 11:59 p.m.)
Lee County’s loss to state powerhouse Thomas County Central didn’t hurt the No. 1 Trojans in the Herald Fab 5 Poll, while Westover, Monroe, Bainbridge and Early County round out the Top 5.
The 2012 U.S. presidential candidates face off in their final debate.
I remember earlier on having some particular things I wanted to accomplish in my life, but I would get to a place where I would feel stuck and unable to be productive. It was quite the mystery and tough for me too because initially, I would start off super excited and motivated. My mind would be flooded with all the steps it would require to get me to where I wanted to go.
Dixie Highway, which extended from Michigan to Florida, was a major road system during the early 20th century.
A group of black males is accused of firing shots at an event center on West Broad Avenue late Saturday.
The Albany City Commission will vote at its business meeting tonight on a resolution that will settle three pending lawsuits fire department employee Roderick Jolivette has against the city.
Omega's former top cop was sentenced to 24 months in prison for violating the civil rights of a pretrial detainee.
Catherine Glover is presently the vice president of Global Business Development for Equinox Chemicals.
A newly-formed group believes changing the Georgia constitution will give kids a better education.
Friends and family throw a night out to help the family of teen cancer patient.
One thing with George McGovern, you never wondered where he stood.
Albany police respond to at least 67 incidents.
In a letter to the editor, Warren D. Grant of Albany says that American needs leadership change.
Letter to the editor
In a letter to the editor, Laurel Griffith of Albany says that the upcoming election is an important one at every level.
Former South Dakota Democratic Senator George McGovern, who died Sunday, had all manner of evil said about him because of his opposition to the Vietnam War. He was called unpatriotic, disloyal, an appeaser and an enabler of communism. Those were the printable slanders.
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Mary Lou Swords, 70, Arlington, died October 20, 2012
Lucille Turner, 88, died October 20,2012
Warren Wallace, Morgan, died October 18, 2012
Mary Lou Wakefield, Arlington, died October 19, 2012
Robert Earl Warren, died October, 21, 2012
Sammy Manning, 50, Nashville, GA, died October 19, 2012
Jimmy David Brown Jr., 68, Shellman, died October 22, 2012
Eunice Stansberry Wigglesworth, 81, Albany, died October, 19, 2012
Lamar A. Bradley, 83, Fitzgerald, died October 21, 2012
Charles Milton Vanzant, 58, Leesburg, died October 22, 2012
Ada B. Campbell Lunsford, 84, died October 22, 2012
Michael Hutchins, Bluffton, died October 20, 2012
David E. Johnson, Albany, died October 21, 2012
Rebecca Dennis, Albany, died October 21, 2012
Mary Ethel Hicks-Bailey, 73, Albany, died October 18, 2012
George H. Bruederly, Jr., 89, Sylvester died October 20, 2012
Joe Billy McInvale, died October 21, 2012
Ida Collins, Sylvester, died October 22, 2012
I think we saw this on Mythbusters one time.
Crisp Academy mourns the death of three-sport star Bodrey (UPDATED: Sunday evening with additional details, quotes, reaction)
James Bodrey, a three-sport star at Crisp Academy and pitcher at Darton, died Saturday after a fatal all-terrain vehicle accident, and his loss has saddened a entire community.
Albany voters may now cast ballots at two downtown sites Mondays through Fridays until Nov. 2.
These are headlines trending across Southwest Georgia this morning.
Former Albany Radio Station owner Milt George was inducted posthumously into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame during a ceremony Saturday in Macon.