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Autopsy returned for Lowndes High teen
An autopsy was completed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Medical Examiner’s Office today. During that exam, no indications of injury that would have caused the death of Kendrick Johnson were found. Additional testing will be completed in the near future in an attempt to determine the exact cause of death.
VSU Blazers defeat Carson-Newman, advance in playoffs
The Valdosta State University Blazers defeated Carson-Newman 48-26 Saturday, which advances the Blazers in the NCAA Division II playoffs.
South Georgia high school football scores FINALS
Final scores from Friday night's games:
Former VSU President Hugh Bailey dies
Valdosta State University announced this morning that former Valdosta State President Hugh C. Bailey passed away last night.
GHSA informs Vikings of investigation towards team
The Lowndes Vikings are officially under investigation.
Lowndes High School officially received a letter from the Georgia High School Association, the state’s governing body for high school athletics, that the school is under investigation for its actions in last Friday’s game against the Colquitt County Packers.
NFL ends lockout with officials
So long, replacement refs. The NFL's regular crews will be back on the field starting Thursday night.
Blazers blow out Rams, 43-10, at Cowboys Stadium
The 18th-ranked Valdosta State Blazers blew out the Angelo State Rams 43-10 on the final day of Lone Star Football Festival at Cowboys Stadium on Saturday afternoon to win their second-straight game.
Blazers end losing streak, hammer Wildcats, 62-14
The Valdosta State football team ended its four-game losing streak, dating back to the end of the 2011 season, with a commanding 62-14 win over Fort Valley State Saturday night at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium.
Update - 12 killed, 59 wounded in Colo. theater shooting
A gunman wearing a gas mask and black SWAT gear hurled a gas canister inside a crowded movie theater during a midnight showing of the new Batman movie Friday and then opened fire, killing 12 people and wounding nearly 60 others in an attack so bizarre that some moviegoers at first thought they were watching Hollywood special effects.
Alabama shooting suspect in custody
The man accused of the shooting death of former Lowndes football standout Ed Christian and two other men Saturday night at an Auburn, Ala. apartment complex turned himself in late Tuesday night, according to a report by The Associated Press.
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