Friday is the 31st anniversary of what was, at the time, the largest radio station acquisition ever made in the history of American broadcasting. Let me set the stage for you, if you please.
BCS conference commissioners have identified candidate cities to host the first championship game in college football’s new postseason system, and the four current BCS bowls will be among the choices.
Gay rights advocates were surprised Thursday that the president of the fast food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A has taken a public position against same-sex marriage.
Fireworks displays happen everywhere on July 4th. But some cities and towns put a unique spin on this American holiday.
With a dispute under way over the player suspensions handed out in the Saints’ bounty case, NFL owners will meet in Atlanta on Tuesday.
AT&T will start selling home automation and security services nationwide. The installations and services will be sold in AT&T stores, starting with a trial in Dallas and Atlanta.
More than 100 former NFL players have filed a federal lawsuit in Atlanta claiming that pro football didn’t properly protect its players from concussions.
Duncanville school officials are standing by the integrity of their standardized test scores in spite of being criticized in an Atlanta newspaper for results that appear “suspicious.”
Southwest Airlines, which plans to start service to Atlanta next month, said that it will add a daily nonstop round trip from that city to Los Angeles.
Starbucks said Tuesday that it is raising some prices in select parts of the nation — including North Texas — as it faces rising ingredient costs.
Five people, including two children, were killed when a single-engine plane crashed in central Texas and authorities say weather may have played a role in the crash.