12 hrs ago
Shots fired into unoccupied vehicle
If you're out and about today make sure you stay hydrated. Temperatures will feel much warmer than they really are.
18 hrs ago
Trial in salmonella outbreak to start in Georgia
In this Thursday, March 12, 2009 file photo, Peanut Corporation of America's president Stewart Parnell, arrives at United States Federal Court in Lynchburg, Va.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
What's next for the East Albany Boys & Girls Club?
Dozens of Albany residents and city officials met to talk about the East Albany Boys and Girls Club, which recently shut down.Board members says the east location has a leaky roof, and the floor is cracking.
Albany church helps families prepare for back to school
Police say Albany resident Thomas Holt was leaving Krystal restaurant on Oglethrope early Saturday morning when he was stopped by two black men in the parking lot.One man had a knife, and told Holt to give him his wallet.Holt gave the man his wallet and says the two men left in what he thinks is a white suburban.The APD is investigating the ... (more)
Man robbed outside Albany restaurant
Police say Albany resident Thomas Holt was leaving Krystal restaurant on Oglethrope early Saturday morning when he was stopped by two black men in the parking lot.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Family homeless, officers injured after fire
A mother and five children were burned out of their east Albany home Friday night, and two police officers were treated on the scene for mild smoke inhalation.
Recreation and Parks hosts Special Olympics tournament
A ceremony will be held at Cook County Middle School Saturday morning to officially unveil new street signs honoring a fallen Adel war hero.
I.D. card dropping burglar caught on video
We now have the surveillance video of an east Albany burglary where one of the crooks left behind his high school ID.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Survey: GA teen pregnancies declining
Kids Count Data Book reveals that the teen birth rate has dropped by more than 50 percent over the 25 years of the study.
Albany leaders worry crime could hurt economic growth
An Albany city commissioner worries car and business break-ins will hurt economic development.
Human trafficking awareness brought to Albany
Albany Police say human trafficking isn't a crime they've seen yet, but they are preparing for the growing problem.
Landscapes, nudes, and abstract works on display at art society summer exhibition
Views of St Albans Cathedral are included in the St Albans Art Society Summer Exhibition 2014 that was opened by St Albans Mayor on Thursday last week.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Brooks County body identified
A company that makes wood products in Fitzgerald sustained a fire earlier today.
Officers from the Dougherty County Police Department, Albany Police Department, and Dougherty County EMS are teaming up to sponsor the 2014 National Night Out on Thursday, July 31. The event will be held at Radium Springs Middle School.
Fullerton says race isn't over against Ealum
Carol Fullerton says while she lost to Darrel Ealum for Georgia's House District 153 seat, she doesn't feel the race is over.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Payne Hughes, Thrush President
A major expansion at an Albany aircraft company could create 100 new jobs. City officials are waiting on paperwork from the Economic Development Commission before taking a final vote on whether to give $200,000 to Thrush Aircraft.
Water pressure needs for Albany's future
City officials are working on plans to increase water pressure and supply in Northwest Albany, saying it's vital to public safety and economic growth.
Preparing your home for severe weather
How can you protect your home from a lightning strike? It's a question many of you may have asked this week after a lightning strike sparked a huge fire that destroyed an Albany home.
Mother tapes mouth of 2-year-old son with down syndrome
Officials at Georgia Regents University Hospital have filed charges against a young mother who taped the mouth of her 2-year-old son, who was born with Down syndrome.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Vietnam Vet starts hunger strike against VA clinic, currently in hospice
An Albany Vietnam Veteran says he's starting a hunger strike Monday. The VA did take care of some of Willie Ross's complaints, but he says he still wants to bring attention to problems with the VA.