The Atlanta Hawks have a big fourth quarter on the road to beat the Raptors, 107-88, to clinch a playoff spot for the sixth year in a row. (ADDS the Bulls upset the Heat to end Miami's 27-game winning streak).
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton baseball ascends to No. 12 in Top 25 poll, ties program’s highest ranking ever; ASU baseball, softball falls on the road
The Darton baseball team is rolling like never before right now, and the NJCAA pollsters continue to take notice as the Cavs move to No. 12 in the nation. (ADDS ASU baseball and softball teams lose on the road).
No. 13 seed La Salle will cap tonight’s opening games of the Sweet 16 when it squares off against No. 9 seed Wichita State, while the action today begins with Marquette-Miami, Arizona-Ohio State and Syracuse-Indiana. (ADDS: capsules breaking down each of today's games)
Dexter Ellington, a former Herald Super 6er from Randolph-Clay, had a seesaw final season as a senior at Texas Southern that ended with a regular-season conference title.
What if you could create energy out of thin air and cut down on the carbon buildup in the atmosphere at the same time?
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Fire officials say they have a number of suspects they’re interviewing but no charges have been filed.
Nathan James Toal was killed in March 2012 in a vehicle accident at the age of 15.
The proposition that entitlement curbs are the key to maintaining national solvency is widely accepted, though not by many congressional Democrats. President Obama, however, has endorsed it on various occasions. And he could make it happen.
It has taken me several weeks to digest the news that Dennis Rodman recently visited the most closed-off nation in the world — North Korea.
Albany police respond to at least 21 incidents.
Board approves closing Sylvester Road Elementary and Dougherty Middle in addition to repurposing Magnolia Elementary.
Albany City Commissioners engage in heated exchanges during several controversial matters at their business meeting.
Mosely warns BOE to brace for a flurry of CRCT, Free and Reduced Meals, and non-renewal disciplinary appeal hearings.
Coca-Cola Co said on Thursday it will lay off 750 people in the United States as the world's largest soft drinks maker streamlines its business three years after a big acquisition.
John Ekaitis was the chief of the Hardeeville, S.C. Fire Department from 2003 to 2007.
Communion services are planned tonight at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church.
Jodie McNeil Gooch, 54, of Albany, died Tuesday, March 26, 2013.
Elizabeth Wilkerson Berg Barry, 66, of Albany died Sunday, March 24, 2013.
Lynn B. Johnson, Jr. , 82, of Albany, GA died Wednesday, March 27, 2013 .
Henry Lue Brown of Dawson, GA died Wednesday March 27, 2013.
Eddie B. Miller, 77, died Tuesday, March 19, 2013.
Tammy Sue Zuniga, 44, of Albany, GA died Tuesday, March 26, 2013.
Travis Day, 61, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Tuesday, March 26, 2013.
Bettye Ruth Noble, 68, of 2610 McCoy Ln. died Sunday, March 24, 2013.
Fernandous Wright, 53, died Saturday, March 23, 2013
Toni Lynne Edwards, 55 of Doerun, GA died Saturday, March 23, 2013.
Irene Kegler, died March 25, 2013.
Gerald D. Smith, 82, of Leesburg, GA, died Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edward Janion MacNichol, 67, of Fairhope, AL., died Sunday, March 25, 2013.
Nettie Hill Walker, 77, of Ashburn, GA died Wednesday, March 27, 2013.
It's official, Georgia Southern is moving into the FBS.
Tifton native and Albany State University Alumnus Travis Pratt recently took a page out of the guerilla marketing playbook, hosting a choir flash mob in the Tifton Walmart and capturing it all on YouTube.