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It's been rumored for weeks that the Thrashers were leaving Georgia for greener pastures in Canada, and Tuesday it happened as Atlanta became the only city to ever lose two NHL teams in the modern era of the league.
In a finish nearly as crazy as the Indy 500's improbable ending, Dale Earnhardt Jr. runs out of gas in the final turn of Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600, allowing Kevin Harvick to win the Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte.
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Evan Gattis hits a pinch-hit, two-out homer to tie the game in the ninth, and Freddie Freeman hits a game-winning, two-out single in the 10th to lift the Braves past the Twins in dramatic fashion.
It was supposed to be the second coming of the "Bash Brothers" when siblings B.J. and Justin Upton were signed by the Braves this offseason, but so far Justin is the only one producing.
NFL NOTEBOOK: Falcons get $200M loan to build new stadium, sign tight end; San Fran gets 2016 Super Bowl
The Falcons' new stadium project is full-speed ahead after the owners approve a huge $200M loan Tuesday.
Albany State basketball coach Chris Cameron has added to his list of youth basketball camps, which will begin as early as June 2, while the school also has a football camp and golf outing planned.
Golf's governing bodes announce that anchoring the club in making a stroke will be banned effective Jan. 1, 2016.
Former Deerfield star and Mercer Bears senior Evan Boyd has overcome a broken wrist that just won’t seem to heal, but the former Albany Herald Player of the Year is still leading the Bears into the Atlantic Sun tournament as the No. 1 seed.
Former Lee County and current GSW golf star Nate Gahman struggles during the second round of NCAA nationals, but he’s still only four shots out of the Top 10.
After 25 years as the respected head coach of state power Lee County High School, longtime face of the Trojans baseball program, Rob Williams, is finally ready to pass the torch.
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The founding of Fredericksburg, Texas, came about in 1846 owing to German influence, and you may still hear Texas German-a dialect spoken by the original settlers — in the streets.
When Peggy Sue went away, just fell off the face of the earth with no warning or even a holler, we all wondered where she had gone.
Things you notice — and other thoughts that pop into your head — while riding alone on the pleasantly solitary back roads between Southwest Georgia and Florida’s Gulf Coast, listening to some old Dylan....
There will be an event on Capitol Hill this week that will tell us a lot about the future of comprehensive immigration reform.
Herbert E. Phipps, presiding judge of the Georgia Court of Appeals, will take an even bigger role with the court next month.
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