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Judith Tucker set to retire from mayor’s office

Judith Tucker is retiring from her position as the mayor’s executive assistant. Her last day will be Sept. 29, just days after her 66th birthday. Tucker will be the last of the mayor’s original staff to leave. Her retirement comes four months before the mayor’s last year in office.

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Update: Man pleads not guilty to charges stemming from police chase, three-vehicle accident 1:13

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Tips to safeguard your home from burglars

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot 2:01

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot

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Attorney for suspect in burglary ring says gang activity is slippery slope to life of crime 1:44

Attorney for suspect in burglary ring says gang activity is slippery slope to life of crime

Synovus honors first responders during 'Honoring our Heroes' week. 1:30

Synovus honors first responders during "Honoring our Heroes" week.

Indivisible Columbus rallies against proposed changes to Obamacare 2:24

Indivisible Columbus rallies against proposed changes to Obamacare

Attorney for alleged gang member concerned about his presence on social media 0:48

Attorney for alleged gang member concerned about his presence on social media

Highlights from the Richland-Southridge game, and Bombers DL Geoffrey Robinson talks about his fumble return for a touchdown. 1:29

Highlights from the Richland-Southridge game, and Bombers DL Geoffrey Robinson talks about his fumble return for a touchdown.

Kentucky man walks through Columbus on his trek across America

Kenton Bailey of Louisville, Ky., is walking 2,500 miles from Tybee Island, Ga., to Oceanside, Ca., to call attention to Hidradenitis Suppurativa, an incurable skin disease he was diagnosed with in 2010. A support team calling themselves "Kenton's Angels" is working long-distance to help him on his journey
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Kentucky man walks through Columbus on his trek across America 2:01

Kentucky man walks through Columbus on his trek across America

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U.S. Department of State speaker advises how to help a victim of domestic violence

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