Rent-A-Puppy event at CSU raises funds for local groups, gives students chance to get "dog kisses."
Ever wonder what it what like to have a dog, but not have the responsibilities that come with pet ownership? Several Columbus State University students had the opportunity to learn first hand Friday at a "rent-a-pup" event on CSU's main campus.
Local Tai Chi practitioners will celebrate World Tai Chi and Gigong Day Saturday by demonstrating tai chi forms at 10 a.m. in the 1000 block of Broadway in Columbus. Here's a quick introduction to Tai Chi from the group's instructor, Lynn Norris.
The Centers for Disease Control's Wednesday update on the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak says the sick count has added 18 people since Friday, for a total of 53 in 16 states. And there's a high hospitalization rate.
Columbus Police Detective Donna Baker tells court that Yashicer Pritchett called 911, but police did not find enter Tommy Marshall, Jr.'s locked home. Marshall's body was found after his family called police the next day
A Cataula, Georgia-based company has partnered with Columbus State University athletics to make SuperCharged Sports Drink the official sports drink of the CSU Cougars. The product, and company, has been a life-long dream of Columbus native Nick Smith
Crossroads Pharmacy, Coffee & Gifts in Smiths Station, Alabama celebrated their grand opening Thursday morning. Pharmacist Ann Deaton Redding and her husband Dickey Redding are the owners. It's located at 867 Lee Road 248.
Brandon Barfield appeared in Recorder's Court Thursday morning to face charges related to a high-sped U-Haul chase through the streets of Columbus. His attorney, Alfonza Whitaker, said Barfield sustained rib injuries from the incident.