Leroy Davis, 62, a retired chief petty officer who served 20 years in the U.S. Navy, was the first black commander of the Fletcher McCollister American Legion Post 135, a position he held for three years. Now he's alleging he's the victim of racism.
Judge Julius Hunter ordered a mental and physical evaluation of Torrie Beard,22, the man charged in connection to a Tuesday shooting. Hunter also sent the case to Superior Court without bond on the two most serious charges Beard faces.
Folk artist Butch Anthony says the constant stream of visitors to his Museum of Wonder in Seale, Alabama was cutting into his painting time. So, he used shipping containers to create the Drive-Thru Museum at the corner of US 431 and State Road 169.
Ten men were indicted by a federal grand jury in Macon during an operation that involved multiple law enforcement agencies, officials said Monday. Fifty-six people were also arrested last week during an operation to reduce violent crime in Columbus.
Piedmont Columbus Regional officially opened this morning its new emergency department at the Northside Campus. The 12,000 square foot emergency department opened Monday after a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour of the facility.
Piedmont Columbus Regional will unveil and host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday morning for its new, 12,000 square foot emergency department at the Northside Campus. Here's a quick look, courtesy of Joe Paull, videographer for the organization.
At 107, Erris Croom has her own apartment at the Covenant Woods Retirement Center, shops for her own groceries and often does her own laundry. "I still take care of myself. I don't want someone to come in and wait on me. That's not for me."
During an interview at the iHeartRadio studios, KeKe Palmer told a young singer in the audience to "never let other people's perception of you be your perception of yourself," then continued to encourage everyone to be their own best friend