More than 500 people crammed into the entrance of Frank D. Brown Hall on Friday afternoon as the rain moved the opening of Columbus State University’s newest downtown building inside. Brown Hall, on the site of the former Ledger-Enquirer building
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.
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.
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.
Uptown Columbus is hosting the second annual Paddle South this weekend on the Chattahoochee River whitewater course. The event runs for two days and includes the 2018 USA Freestyle Kayak National Championships. Meet three of the competitors.
The official opening of the first segment of the Dragonfly Trail Network was Wednesday in downtown Columbus. The Dragonfly is Columbus' network of off-road greenway trails people can use for recreation, transportation and interaction.
The historic Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge, constructed in 1848 in Crawford, Alabama, is the centerpiece of Crawford Park in Russell County, Alabama. The structure has served as a Masonic Lodge, church, and school through the years.
Golfers from Jordan Vocational High School and their coach are on their way to the Masters in Augusta, GA, and have found a unique way of helping an Augusta resident who is providing them a free place to stay during the tournament.
Inmates ate sandwiches and cold meals for almost two months as a new concrete floor was laid and a few repairs were made to the kitchen. The floor now drains properly, and is safe for the staff according to Sheriff Donna Tompkins.
Rescue workers looking for a father and 4-year-old son who went missing in the Chattahoochee River on Wednesday night, resumed their search Friday morning under more favorable conditions. “We do have better visibility today than we had yesterday a