Check out this year's top players — listed in order of predicted finish
Quick glance, including TV schedule, for this year's event
Golfers take paths over the past years that would have been difficult for anyone to chart
Aussie hasn't spent much time on the course in 2012
Capsules of National League East teams, listed in order of finish last year.
Atlanta's historic September collapse loomed over the winter like a bad hangover, and the questions didn't let up just because the team is heading into a new season. Until the Braves start carving out a different path — one that, for their sake, better end with a trip to the playoffs — they're going to be queried about what happened a year ago.
Looking for those charming underdog stories? Go find the DVD from last year. This year's Final Four brings together an ensemble of big-name schools.
WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney rolled to primary victories in Virginia, Vermont and home-state Massachusetts on Super Tuesday, reaching for a decisive advantage in the most turbulent race for the Republican presidential nomination in a generation.
HARVEST, Ala. — A north Alabama community is in shock after being hit twice in 10 months by tornadoes.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Thousands of homes remained without power in Tennessee a day after a massive wave of tornado-spawning storms swept through, killing 35 people nationwide but sparing state residents.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A baby girl was found alone and alive in an Indiana field 10 miles from her home after violent storms spawning twisters swept through the Midwest and South, officials said.
WEST LIBERTY, Ky. — Rescue workers with search dogs trudged through the hills of Kentucky, and emergency crews in several states combed through wrecked homes in a desperate search Saturday for survivors of tornadoes that killed dozens of people.
Oscar organizers have agreed to drop mentions of the Kodak Theatre from Sunday's broadcast.
Temperatures plunged well below freezing across Georgia Tuesday morning, prompting at least four school systems to close.
Within one more victory of an unbeaten season and a BCS national title, LSU coach Les Miles has been voted The Associated Press Coach of the Year.
WAYCROSS -- The owner of a south Georgia McDonald's restaurant says a man walked in and bought $500 in gift cards, then handed them back to the manager and asked that they be used for the hungry and homeless.. Brian Fey, owner
The Atlanta Hawks plan to cover the tolls drivers normally pay on Georgia 400 during Tuesday morning's rush hour.
Georgia's unemployment rate has fallen sharply to 9.9 percent in November, the largest one-month decline in 34 years.
MARIETTA -- The final F-22 Raptor fighter jet is scheduled to roll off the assembly line at a Lockheed Martin plant in Marietta on Tuesday.. Reports say that the jet will be the last of 187 F-22s produced for the U.S. Air Force, completing its operational fleet.. The
MARIETTA -- Cobb County sheriff's officials say a Lithia Springs man is accused of posing as an attorney and even appearing in court on behalf of clients even though they say he doesn't have a license to practice law.. Authorities say that 51-year-old Glover Carl Lewis was arrested
Thieves steal cooking oil from chicken restaurant. VILLA RICA -- Authorities in Villa Rica say can't recall a theft quite like the heist of several gallons of cooking oil from a fried chicken restaurant.. Police say that two people early Saturday morning backed a truck up to the 55-gallon
Georgia has received a $4.1 million grant to continue work on a high-speed rail project linking Atlanta to Charlotte, N.C.
Researchers from the University of Georgia and the Mayo Clinic in Arizona say they have developed a vaccine that attacks breast cancer in mice.. UGA said in a release Monday that the vaccine dramatically reduces tumors in a mouse model that
Federal officials say the Georgia Department of Transportation and a Tennessee construction company have agreed to pay one of the largest fines in the history of the federal Clean Water Act for possible violations during highway expansion projects.
Four Fort Stewart soldiers have been denied bond on charges connected to the killings of a former serviceman and a teenager in Long County.
Burney-Harris-Lyons Middle School students in Melissa Paul's class are used to hand-on projects; class lessons have included raising chickens, growing poinsettias and making cheese.
For the 17th straight month, Georgia's tax collections rose 7 percent last month and are nearly 7 percent ahead of last year.
A Gainesville man has been sentenced to life prison in connection with a deadly shooting at a housing complex in the northeast Georgia city.
All 159 Georgia counties will now share fingerprint information with federal immigration authorities to help identify people who are in the country illegally and have committed crimes.
A 20-year-old maintenance man with no known criminal past was arrested Wednesday in the beating death of a 7-year-old north Georgia girl who was abducted at the apartment complex where she lived and he worked and her body left in a trash bin.
Georgia is among a handful of states leading the nation in adding charter schools.
Newell Rubbermaid Inc. said on Wednesday that it has closed a five-year, $800 million credit agreement to replace a smaller credit pact that had been scheduled to mature next November.
A Canton funeral home announced that services for a 7-year-old girl who police say was abducted and killed have been set for this weekend.
Six Flags Over Georgia is partnering with Discovery Education to offer free admission to K-6 students who participate in Read to Succeed, an online program that aims to encourage kids to read outside the classroom.
Savannah police are investigating the death of a newborn baby found amid trash in the back of a garbage truck.
State Sen. Vincent Fort says he has prostate cancer. The Atlanta Democrat told The Associated Press he was diagnosed this summer and is deciding now on a course of treatment.
Soul singer Howard Tate has died in his New Jersey apartment a decade after a career resurrection that followed years of tragedy and obscurity.
The Georgia Public Service Commission has approved spending $10 million to help low-income and older people pay their heating bills.
Herman Cain is still campaigning for president. But by most measures, his White House bid is all but over.
More parents are opting out of school shots for their kids. In eight states now, more than 1 in 20 public school kindergartners aren't getting all the vaccines required for attendance, an Associated Press analysis found.
Lawmakers are poised to consider substantial changes to the state's criminal justice system that could reshape the way Georgia courts are run, overhaul the state's expensive prison system and even transform the way offenders are sentenced.
Newt Gingrich is schlepping some supersized luggage along as his Republican presidential campaign takes off: He's got trunkloads of personal and political baggage.
A set of twins from Madison, Wis., have big plans for Friday: They will be celebrating their 11th birthday on the 11th day of the 11th month of 2011.
Under rising pressure from fellow Republicans, presidential hopeful Herman Cain sought to muddy the reputation of one accuser, forcefully denied any and all allegations of sexual impropriety and vowed Tuesday the growing controversy would not drive him from the race for the White House.
In the violent underground novel "Absolved," right-wing militia members upset about gun control make war against the U.S. government. This week, federal prosecutors accused four elderly Georgia men of plotting to use the book as a script for a real-life wave of terror and assassination involving explosives and the highly lethal poison ricin.
Georgia fourth- and eighth-graders are performing only slightly better than they did two years ago on national reading and math exams, and most of the students tested continue to lag the national average in both subjects, data released Tuesday show.
Law enforcement officials estimate that about 5,000 girls in the state are at risk for human sex trafficking each year, and many of those children spend some time in a public school.
Casinos at key locations across the state could generate nearly $1 billion annually, a study released Thursday by the Georgia Lottery Corp. shows.
Black bears like the one that rambled through backyards in Atlanta's northern suburbs in August could soon be permanent residents in north Fulton, Gwinnett and Cherokee counties, having cubs and multiplying, wildlife biologists say.
Gwinnett County, the state's largest school district, is drawing national attention with a program that gives aspiring principals a year of training before they take over a school — akin to a residency for new medical school graduates.