The Louisville women can't complete the clean sweep of this year's national titles in basketball as the Lady Cardinals fall to UConn, 93-60, in the championship game one night after the men beat Michigan to win the coveted crown.
Kris Medlen was sharp once again in his second start of the season Tuesday against the Marlins as Atlanta continues to stay red-hot in the early part of the season.
COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Former Auburn star LB takes plea, will serve three years in prison; Three stars — Oladipo, McLeMore, Smith — headed to NBA
Mike McNeil, who recently made some strong allegations against his former school at Auburn, is headed to jail for three years for armed robbery. (ADDS: notes on Georgia Tech football; college hoops stars going pro in basketball)
The DWS golf team improved to 7-1 on Tuesday with a walloping of rival Southland.
Rick Pitino becomes the first coach in history to win a national championship with two different programs.
Darton freshman Parks Brown shoots an even-par 72 in Tuesday’s final round of the Region XVII golf championship to win the individual title and lead the Cavs to a 12th straight crown.
Macon native and former Georgia star Russell Henley has paid his dues, and now he’s ready for the big stage at Augusta.
With wins under his belt and a new love in his life, Tiger Woods is undoubtedly the one to beat this week at Augusta.
Local wrestler Chandler Dabbs has turned his career in the ring into a budding movie career as well with parts in three movies.
If you are a baseball player, you get to wear your uniform all your life. When he quit managing the Dodgers, you still would see Tommy Lasorda in his familiar No. 2 at Vero Beach every spring-before the Dodgers lit out for Glendale, Ariz., jilting a community which had supported the team and provided limitless incentives for decades.
The Dixie Diva
A major New York publisher sent a review copy of a much touted novel called “If Jack’s In Love.” Because I write about the South and because this book had won the Willie Morris Award for Southern Fiction, the book’s publicist followed up with an email.
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I was listening to a few local good old boys solve the world’s problems the other day — I wasn’t eavesdropping, just happened to be standing within earshot and couldn’t help but overhear — and one of the things one of them said got me to thinking.
A couple of Southwest Georgians have become huge influences on country music, one with a pen, the other with a mic.
My heart sank. The news that Annette Funicello died flashed across the television screen during “Entertainment Tonight.” Her face and the recap of her life — from her days as a mouseketeer on Disney’s “The Mickey Mouse Club” to interviews focusing on the reason she disappeared from the limelight — stirred my emotions.
Officials from the Flint RiverQuarium and Darton State College are planning to host Albany's first 5k color-run and music festival.
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The Albany City Commission plans to choose a multimodal transit site after environmental assessments are completed.
A former resident of a downtown apartment complex is suspected of starting fires at the complex.
Law Day 2013 is a celebration commemorating 150 years since the Emancipation Proclamation.
Agronomist Stanley Culpepper fields up to 40 calls a day on weed control questions during the growing season.
Albany police respond to at least 27 incidents.
Gladys Pridgen Thomas, 91, of Adel, GA died Monday, April 8, 2013 .
Freeman B. Paddock, 49, of Jacksonville, FL, died on Sunday, March 29, 2013
Ellison R. Rabun, died Monday, April 9th
Evelyn Benyard Costen, 1315 East Clark Avenue, Albany, Georgia died Tuesday, April 9, 2013.
Raymond Kevin Banks passed away October 28, 2012.
Willie Frank Jackson,, of Sylvester, died April 9, 2013
Rodman H. Williams, 92, of Albany, died, April 4, 2013.
Sherwood Baptist Church's film ministry will continue to operate despite the loss of Alex and Stephen Kendrick.
Borrowers whose homes were in foreclosure in 2009 or 2010 can expect to receive between $300 and $125,000 under settlements reached between top banks and U.S. regulators earlier this year.
These are some of the top headlines from around the state for Tuesday, April 9, 2013.
A U.S. visa program ran a lottery on Sunday to award 85,000 slots for high-skilled workers just one week after the application period opened, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service said, signaling companies feel confident enough about the economy to hire more foreign workers.
Louisville falls behind by double digits in the first half, but the Cardinals rally to win their third national championship with an 82-76 win against Michigan.