Officer Billy Ray White Jr., of the Columbus Police Department responded recently to a shoplifting call at a local grocery story. He arrested the man, who had stolen about $5 worth of hamburger meat to feed his mother. Here's the rest of the story.
Jamie Hamilton was named the 2018 Craig Scholar through the Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley. The scholarship was named for Jeannette & Eugene Craig, who were career educators in Columbus
Columbus Police Officer Zachary Cole pulled a man from a burning car after it crashed March 25. This video combines videos from Cole's body camera, his dash camera, and body camera of Officer Abel Marte, who helped drag the man to a safer distance.
Despite battling Alzheimer's, Lt. Col. (Ret) Joe Bell celebrated turning 92-years-old Tuesday, surrounded by friends, family and area veterans. Bell's daughter Nancy organized the birthday bash at their Phenix City home. Here's a quick look at party.
Betsy Covington, president and CEO of Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley, announced Tuesday morning that Columbus was chosen again to host an 'On The Table' event. She was joined by community leaders who participated in the 2017 talks.
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.