Columbus High students to report from Trump inauguration

A group of 39 Columbus High School students and four adult chaperones will be among the expected crowd of 800,000 to 900,000 Friday on the National Mall in Washington during the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America. And two of the students, 11th-graders Jessica Nix and Josh Barton, will be the Ledger-Enquirer’s correspondents for the historic event.

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Raw video: fight that ended in death of Dominique Horton

Columbus Police Lt. Greg Touchberry confirmed that the video widely circulated on social media and obtained by the Ledger-Enquirer shows the moments leading up to the shooting on 32nd Avenue that killed 22-year-old Dominque Devonte Horton and wounded another man.
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Raw video: fight that ended in death of Dominique Horton 1:26

Raw video: fight that ended in death of Dominique Horton

Ralston resident pushed his wheelchair three blocks for court hearing 1:00

Ralston resident pushed his wheelchair three blocks for court hearing

U.S. Rep. John Lewis makes inspiring speech on Martin Luther King Day 1:26

U.S. Rep. John Lewis makes inspiring speech on Martin Luther King Day

The Dragon Dances usher in the Vietnamese New Year 1:00

The Dragon Dances usher in the Vietnamese New Year