Albany State University's ACAD Building was evacuated around lunch time Friday after three people were sickened by an unknown chemical substance.
David Morrison is appointed director of the Field Operations Division of the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles.
APD responds to at least 35 calls.
A naked man, 26, is subdued by Albany police officers in a Dawson Road pharmacy parking lot.
An elderly man was hospitalized for injuries in the early hours of Monday, according to officials with the Dougherty County Police Department. An investigation is ongoing as to whether the man was robbed and beaten.
Five local residents were surprised but uninjured when a “bullet projectile” of an unknown caliber penetrated their home on Shadowlawn Drive on Tuesday evening.
Father Finbarr Stanton, pastor of St. Teresa's Catholic Church, says Francis election is no surprise.
APD responds to at least 12 incidents
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety states a zero tolerance for DUI for the coming holiday weekend.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture comes to Albany State University to consult on local "treasures."
A town hall meeting provides insight on how Dougherty County and the state keep track of sex offenders.
Albany police respond to at least 31 incidents.
A Haitian transplant and veteran of the French Foreign Legion, Cpl. Jean Casseus makes a real difference in the Albany Police Department.
Dozens of stationary bikers come together for a workout Thursday and to raise money for the Cancer Coalition of South Georgia.
APD responds to at least 27 incidents.
Albany police respond to at least 25 incidents.
Two suspects chased by law enforcement officials from Lee County to Dougherty are charged with multiple crimes.
Albany police respond to 12 calls.
The Albany Police Department seeks Isaac Edward Hicks for Aggravated assault and illegal gun possession.
The Albany Police Department asks the public to be on the lookout for an accused violent criminal
Leroy Bynum will perform “The Lovely Miller-maid” by composer Franz Schubert.
APD responds to at least nine calls.
A frigid afternoon and evening prompts a low turnout for the Mardi Gras Street Festival.
Keep your eyes (or your binoculars) peeled for a fiery visitor from distant space.
Albany police respond to at least 26 incidents.
After first eluding deputies, an armed robbery suspect is later apprehended.
While police enforce laws that are broken, members of the community have provide information to locate the sources of problems.
APD responds to at least 26 incidents.
Albany police respond to at least 33 incidents.
A Bronwood woman was attacked by two pit bull terriors as she walked near her home.
The Albany Police Department responded to at least 19 incidents on Monday.
A Lee County businessman runs into peanut contract trouble with Southwest Georgia farmers.
The Albany Chorale's annual fundraiser is a night of bubbly musical Americana.
It takes hard work and a lot of hours to make it in the restaurant business, not to mention a full portion of good luck.
The Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau uses application technology to bring tourists to the area.
The Mulford family would sell their soles to be the best shoe store in the area.
Area emergency officials are confident in preparations made to avoid widespread flooding.
A Jacksonville, Fla., fugitive is apprehended by the Albany Police Department’s Gang Task Unit.
A 9.11-K Heroes Run is conducted to honor the memories of Lance Cpl. Steve Sutton and fallen military personnel.
This week's On the Job features Sonya Acree, the owner of the Center for Cosmetic Dentistry in Albany.
Memories of Lee Norton Johnston and his iconic ice cream cone-licking bear are impossible to separate.
A drive-through customer at a local restaurant is assaulted by a person wielding a knife.
A city commissioner's monthly town hall meeting addresses gun control as it pertains to churches and schools.
Albany police respond to at least 36 incidents.
With as much as eight inches of rain forecast by the weekend, steps are taken to minimize flooding in low-lying areas.
Albany police respond to at least 26 calls.
A girl is bitten by a pit bull terrier Wednesday and receives hospital treatment.
Albany police answer 21 calls.
Georgia River Network will gather more than 350 canoe and kayak paddlers for a 106-mile ride.
This week's On the Job features John Bell, who is the owner and CEO of Matrix Department Inc. in Leesburg.