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An Albany man arrived home to find his pool completely destroyed. He's not sure what happened, but the wall caved in and the concrete cracked.
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The Albany-Dougherty County NAACP is giving back to the community through food. They sold $6 rib plates to the public at their headquarters on North Magnolia Street.
An Albany business owner is asking for help to find the men who stole thousand dollars and lawn equipment last week.
The presidents of Albany State University, Darton College and Albany Technical College, along with the Dougherty county school system superintendent toured the center, getting a look inside the classrooms where the youngest children on the base are getting an education.
Kimberly Banks, Donalene Mosley and Arneshia Austin were sentenced Thursday in Albany to serve 192 months, 37 months and 21 months in prison, respectively, for crimes relating to filing fraudulent income tax returns using stolen identities.
The new "mystery store" in south Albany has gained quite a following. People have speculated which chain it could be and the rumors continue.
Albany City Commissioner Jon Howard is working on what he says is yet another eye sore in East Albany.
Two men were arrested last night, one at the corner of Slappey and the bypass, the other at Stuart and Palmyra.
The District Attorney in Gwinnett County announced Wednesday he will seek the death penalty for Robert Bell.
They can be just as important as first responders in a life or death emergency, but they're often called silent heroes, because they don't often get much attention.
While we missed high winds produced by the storm front that came through Southwest bGeorgia last night, we got plenty of rain.
Recently, the City of Albany made news with restrictions on business signs. Now, Albany leaders say the city has a problem with people parking cars on their front lawns.
Albanian police say they have arrested a 30-year-old man for allegedly recruiting men to enlist with Muslim rebel groups fighting in Syria.
As America marks the anniversary of the Boston terrorist attack, survivors of three earlier bombings describe their journeys forward --- and offer poignant words for those just one year away from the day that changed their lives.