Glen Rains says his ultimate goal is to develop an automated field scout for growers.
More than 400 Lee County seniors retrace their journey through the school system.
Charges are filed in mobile meth lab bust.
Luke Bryan walked away with the most-coveted award Sunday in a night honoring country music’s top achievers.
Roughly 9,300 people in Dougherty and Lee counties are expected to be eligible for premium tax credits to receive coverage under the new health care law.
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A Dawson motorcyclist tries to outrun a sheriff's deputy, but instead crashes his bike in Albany.
At least 13 people are arrested Tuesday morning.
A Norcross firm will conduct an environmental and historical study before the site can be renovated by the city.
A bill, which the Georgia Water Coalition contended contained a “poison pill,” is defeated in the Georgia House.
Georgia Water Coalition says new water bill threatens rivers, property rights and taxpayers.
The metro Albany unemployment rate was 9.2 percent last month, lower than the 9.9 percent rate from February 2012.
Motorists will be limited to 55 miles per hour in the Hickory Grove area if they want to obey the law.
Board allocates $642,856 for exterior work on Lee County Middle School East.
More than $2 million in new spending is being sought by Lee County department heads and elected officials.