Like art? Consider adding this event to your Thursday "must do list"

The Home is Where the Art Is reception is from 5p.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday, April 27 at The Columbus Museum. Last year’s exhibit boasted over 100 pieces of artwork. This year’s exhibition will feature more than 20 artists. Work featured in the exhibition is created by both participants and volunteers in the program. Participants will get to keep 80 percent of the profits from their work, with the remainder going back into the program to help with costs. Admission is free and prices of the artwork varies. The Home is Where the Art is program gives local artists and students the opportunity to help people in the homeless community create art. The program is a collaboration between the Chattahoochee Valley Jail Ministries, SafeHouse and the Bo Bartlett Center.

USAA installing three ATMs as it prepares to close financial center

For customers of USAA, Friday is the final day for the company’s financial center at 6501 Veteran Parkway in Columbus. Aside from a network of third-party ATMs that it has agreements with, the San Antonio-based company also is installing three USAA-branded automated teller machines in the market.

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Chief ADA Al Whitaker makes the gang connection in the Anthony Meredith murder

During closing arguments, the prosecution connected the dots in what he called "gang justice" in the March 2016 shooting death of Anthony Meredith at Peachtree Mall.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Chief ADA Al Whitaker makes the gang connection in the Anthony Meredith murder 3:49

Chief ADA Al Whitaker makes the gang connection in the Anthony Meredith murder

Defense counsel Nancy Miller warns the jury against fear 2:16

Defense counsel Nancy Miller warns the jury against fear

Defense attorney Tim Flournoy claims mistaken identity 2:40

Defense attorney Tim Flournoy claims mistaken identity

Prosecuting attorney Pete Temesgen describes Anthony Meredith's final moments before his murder at Peachtree Mall 1:53

Prosecuting attorney Pete Temesgen describes Anthony Meredith's final moments before his murder at Peachtree Mall