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Former UGA great Hines Ward is officially released Wednesday by the Pittsburgh Steelers after an unproductive season.
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Former professional baseball player and Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn died at the age of 54.
The Atlanta Falcons will be featured on HBO Sports’ award-winning documentary series Hard Knocks, the club announced on Thursday. The Falcons, HBO Sports, and NFL Films will team up for an all-access, behind the scenes look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League when Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Atlanta Falcons debuts on Aug. 5.
In a blistering hot AT&T Center that reached 90 degrees because of an air conditioning malfunction, the Spurs pull away late to beat the Heat in the opening game of the NBA Finals.
Tyrone Moore Jr., the half-brother of Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White, died in a shooting outside a nightclub in James Island, S.C., early Saturday morning.
The Atlanta braves released new artist renderings of the new Cobb County stadium and mixed-use development on Wednesday.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was banned for life and heavily fined by the NBA on Tuesday over racist comments he made.
Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson was arrested Monday morning for misdemeanor domestic battery, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
The 54-year-old wrestler, James Hellwig, collapsed on April 8 outside a hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Fireworks honoring the legendary Atlanta Braves slugger Hank Aaron on Tuesday night brought sparks way too close to the American Flag at Turner Field.
Jimmie Johnson’s quest to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway suddenly got significantly more difficult.
Upton's eighth-inning home run extends lead over Nationals to 13.5 games
Alex Rodriguez, baseball's highest-paid player and one of the sport's greatest hitters, was suspended for a record 211 games on Monday for alleged doping offenses.
Chris Johnson drove home two runs and Alex Wood gave up one run in six innings as visiting Atlanta completed a three-game sweep to extend its winning streak to 10.
PHILADELPHIA — Dan Uggla drove in the winning run with a fielder’s choice bouncer in the 12th inning on Saturday as the Atlanta Braves extended their winning streak to nine games with a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Philles.
Simmons’ double made to order for Braves
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- Hall of Fame induction a Braves reunion
- Link named baseball, softball coach at Salem
- Lady Rams softball head in new direction with coaching change
- Inductee La Russa says let steroid era players in Hall
- Podium places to be decided in final time trial
- Archer signs with Brenau for track
- Defensive play key to securing Post 32 3-2 win
- Gruden: RG3 ‘hands down’ Redskins’ best QB
- Falcons WR White agrees to 4-yr extension
- Golfers show heart for Gowen
- Macon's Mercer University stuns Duke in NCAA Tournament
- Tech, UGA fall Tuesday in men's hoops
- Tech defense big concern
- Bulldogs' walk-on injures ACL while serving in military
- Georgia kicker arrested for BUI
- Tigers draft Farmer in fifth round
- Piedmont's Bailey named all-region
- Farmer set for MLB draft
- Farmer, Tech fall in deciding game of regional
- Neal named scholar athlete
- Allen signs wrestling scholarship with Chattanooga
- Levi ready for challenge to bring Alcovy basketball back to the top
- Family takes precedence over coaching for Bates
- 35 players on Citizen's all-area baseball team
- Rockdale's Sweat helps TGBA remain unbeaten
- Inductions still special to Ron Bradley
- Providence Christian School changing associations for second straight year
- Holtzclaw headed to South Gwinnett
- Piedmont's Bailey named all-region
- Rockdale dominates all-area tennis team