The Dougherty County Sheriff's Office is looking for Crystal Leeva White.
Albany police respond to at least 44 incidents.
A case involving an Albany gang gunfight makes its way to the Georgia Supreme Court on appeal.
Bibles were taken out of rooms at a local hospital several years ago for infection control purposes.
A Sept.7 letter from the state cites "systemic problems with Title I noncompliance" in the Dougherty school system.
An armed man in a Batman costume running from police turns and points a gun when ordered to stop.
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On Sept. 5, Michelle Obama sent a message to her husband's email list with the subject line, "As always, thank you." It was the morning after her speech to the Democratic convention, and she wrote: "I know your life is full -- with work, or school, or family -- and yet you still find the time to help out when you can. You may have a tight budget, but you give what you can afford."
Mitt Romney has just one job going into the last stretch of the presidential campaign. He has to connect with people who voted for Barack Obama in 2008 but are disappointed with the president now. He has to assure them that they didn't make a mistake back then, that it wasn't crazy or stupid to believe Obama's promises, but that things just haven't worked out. And he has to convince them it's OK to choose a new candidate this time around; they don't owe Obama another vote.
Minnie Jones, 71, died September 13, 2012
Tony Bernard McCray, 54, Chamblee, died September 6, 2012
Joseph Lee Thomas, Tifton, died September 11, 2012
Waldo McLeod, 86, Donalsonville, died September 13, 2012
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Vivian Holton Johnson, 90, Donalsonville, died September 10, 2012
Octavia Lynette Snead, 54, Tifton, died September 12, 2012
Waymon Canty, III, 51, Albany, died September 12, 2012
Alicia R. Monts, 48, Americus, died September 2, 2012
Joyce Lee Sellars, 64, Albany, died September 11, 2012
Billy T. Blackmon, 55, died September 8,2012
Wiley Hutto, Jr., age 69, Buford, GA, died September 12, 2012
Linda Louise Chase, 52, Richland, died September 8, 2012
Solomon Clark, 90, Albany, died September 7, 2012
Josephine K. Anderson, 71, Albany, died September 7, 2012
Vernice C. Howell, 89, Bainbridge, died September 12, 2012
Clarence Hines, Sr., 58, Camilla, died September 11, 2012
Margaret Dell Lawhon, 81, Albany, died September 12, 2012
Edward Carl Hart, 48, died September 10, 2012
Bernice Johnson Roney, 81, Albany, died September 7, 2012
Pinkie Lee Brackins, 77, Arlington, died September 11, 2012
Hundreds of protesters angered by an anti-Islam film stormed the U.S. Embassy compound in Yemen’s capital and burned the American flag on Thursday.
Authorities in suburban Atlanta say a police officer shot and killed a man after they say he refused to drop a handgun.
Former Mitchell County football star Jessie Atkins is ASU’s leading receiver through two games, and he credits his cohesiveness with new QB David Kooi for allowing him to excel as the slot receiver.
After 873 wins, 26 years as head coach of the Connecticut men's basketball program and three national titles, legendary coach Jim Calhoun is stepping down.
Brent Grimes' season-ending ACL injury sets the Atlanta defense back, but not as far as you think, the Falcons say.
Notre Dame announced Wednesday that it will leave the Big East for the ACC in all sports but football.
The Lady Trojans are on quite a roll after sweeping Calhoun County on Wednesday.
Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network rolls out quite a debut tonight when Chicago visits Lambeau Field to take on Green Bay.
Speedy, hard-nosed senior running back Dalviness Greene wants to make a run at history this year in his final season with the Patriots, not for himself, but for a Westover High School football program that hasn’t had much success — and before he leaves he wants to make sure he has left his mark.