Candlelight vigil remembers those who have died of AIDS

Colgay PRIDE of Columbus hosted a local observance of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial Sunday evening at Lake Oliver Marina to remember those who have died from AIDS and to raise social consciousness about HIV and AIDS. Here's a short video of participants releasing lanterns as part of the ceremony.

Can special counsel uncover the truth? Don’t count on it

The appointment of a special counsel is always a tragedy, in the sense that going under the surgeon’s knife is always a tragedy. Like the human body, the government should function smoothly without the need to slice and cut. The Justice Department brings in an outsider only when the public does not trust the executive branch to investigate itself. Even when, as now, there may be good reason for the mistrust, the moment is hardly one for celebration. Even when we know surgery is necessary, we do not throw parties.

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Royale Lampley talks about staying on task to graduate Jordan High School

Jordan High senior Royale Lampley lives in a tough neighborhood, but with guidance from his mentor Ben Holden and the Columbus Scholars program, he will graduate high school and is looking ahead to college and a career that will allow him to 'give back' to the community.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Royale Lampley talks about staying on task to graduate Jordan High School 3:04

Royale Lampley talks about staying on task to graduate Jordan High School

Raw Video: Pacelli High graduates toss their caps into the air 0:23

Raw Video: Pacelli High graduates toss their caps into the air

Columbus Regional Health breaks ground on emergency center at Northside Medical Center 2:26

Columbus Regional Health breaks ground on emergency center at Northside Medical Center

Candlelight vigil remembers those who have died of AIDS 0:32

Candlelight vigil remembers those who have died of AIDS