Just when I thought Prince Harry and the British Royal Family were through with further public humiliations, the news is now abuzz that Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and commonly known as Kate, has been photographed topless.
Red-hot Medlen wins again for Atlanta, 3-0; Marlins give Chipper cool parting gift in final game in Miami
Kris Medlen allows just four hits in another shutout win for the Braves, who now haven’t lost in any of their lights-out pitcher’s last 21 starts, while Chipper Jones is presented with a fishing rod during his final game against the Marlins.
GEORGIA TECH NOTEBOOK: Citing personal reasons, Ga. Tech WR Moore leaves team; ex-Jackets QB involved in plane crash
Georgia Tech receiver Jeremy Moore, who saw action in the Yellow Jackets’ first two games, leaves the team unexpectedly Wednesday.
The PGA Tour finale begins today in Atlanta when Tiger Woods tries to deny Rory McIlroy another win and the end-of-the-year $10 million bonus.
Georgia LB Jarvis Jones is already the frontrunner for national defensive player of the year — and possibly the Heisman — after dominating in the early part of the season.
Albany native Deion Branch returns to practice with New England on Wednesday for the first time since being cut by the team in August.
According to a police report released Wednesday, Falcons RB Michael Turner was downing shots at an Atlanta strip club hours before getting a DUI.
Albany's city manager says he will take until next week to decide whether to dismiss police Cpl. Gary Price.
There's another video, this one of Mitt Romney speaking to donors at a fundraiser in Boca Raton.
The most important word in American politics is trust. And that's why Barack Obama is maintaining a slight lead over Mitt Romney, despite a sputtering economy and a gloomy electorate.
Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates remains the nation's richest man by far, as the tech and philanthropy giant took the top spot on the Forbes 400 list for the 19th year running, with a net worth of $66 billion.
The Justice Department's internal investigation of the debacle known as "Operation Fast and Furious," a poorly thought out and worse executed federal gun program that resulted in the death of a U.S. border agent and 1,400 guns still illegally on the street, has resulted in the retirement and resignation of two senior Justice officials.
A state commission has called for more spending on technology in Georgia schools, less money for central administration and more support for campus psychologists, nurses and counselors.
Albany City Attorney Nathan Davis offers an overview on state Open Records and Open Meetings laws for city officials.
An economic developer tells the Albany-Dougherty EDC board major highway accessibility is crucial to attracting industry.
The Dougherty County Commission approves a proposal for employee contributions to the county's group insurance plan.
Victory Tabernacle, 3250 Sylvester Road, plans a two-day conference Friday and Saturday with activities designed for men.
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At a community breakfast Wednesday, Strive 2 Thrive reports and recognizes progress.
See who are the wealthiest Americans in the 2012 Forbes List.
Albany police respond to at least 41 incidents.
A donation-funded program in a small Mitchell County community provides activities and fun for senior citizens.
Dorothy Freeman Durbin, Albany, died September 19, 2012
Robert Edward Cherry, Cleveland, OH, died September 15, 2012
Helena Robinson Banks, 88, Albany, died September 18, 2012
Travis Fletcher, 54, Sumner, died September 18, 2012
Darrell Clayton Grizzard, 61, Baconton, GA died September 19, 2012
Marie Jackson, 76, died September 16, 2012
Willie Charles Johnson, 59, Albany,died September 18, 2012
William Roberts, 67, Lucama, NC, died September 17, 2012
Emma Pearl Flowers, died September 13, 2012
Clarence Rountree, 68, died September 16, 2012
Minnie Virginia Hamilton Jones, 71, died September 13, 2012
Beth Taylor Smith, 57, Fitzgerald, died September 18, 2012
Bruce Daniels, Sr., 46, died September 18, 2012
Rosie Lee Garrett Thompkins, 81, Columbus, died September 14, 2012
Were English Bulldogs meant to fly? You be the judge.
Former CNS Director Vanessa Hayes admits mistakes were made in the processing of one of Riggins’ school lunch applications.
Dougherty’s softball team, which has dedicated the season to coach Essance Satterfield — who died in a fatal car accident in December — is having the best year on the diamond in the school’s history.
Multiple reports Tuesday afternoon say Albany native and 2005 Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch has re-signed with the New England Patriots after being cut before the start of the season.
Michael Turner's status with the Atlanta Falcons is in jeopardy after he was pulled over for excessive speeding and subsequently charged with DUI early Tuesday following his team's MNF win against the Broncos to improve to 2-0.
Albany State coach Mike White said Tuesday he elected not to attempt a go-ahead field goal with less than five minutes to go in Saturday’s game after losing faith in starting kicker Zach Holley. (ADDS: Notes on offensive troubles and RB Hess suffering season-ending injury)