More Videos

Turkey raffle makes a stop in Phenix City 1:14

Turkey raffle makes a stop in Phenix City

Columbus man found dead in wooded area off Winston Road 0:57

Columbus man found dead in wooded area off Winston Road

Columbus Regional Health leverages new technology to improve outcomes for stroke patients 2:41

Columbus Regional Health leverages new technology to improve outcomes for stroke patients

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist 1:20

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist

Georgia student arrested after high-speed chase was also posting on Snapchat, say police 3:42

Georgia student arrested after high-speed chase was also posting on Snapchat, say police

More than 100 attend vigil at Kendrick High to mourn Columbus' 38th homicide victim 4:44

More than 100 attend vigil at Kendrick High to mourn Columbus' 38th homicide victim

The moment a Georgia Tech student is shot after standoff with police 1:14

The moment a Georgia Tech student is shot after standoff with police

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High 1:29

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

Looking back: Audrey Boone Tillman receives the 2017 SISTERS Inc. Women of Courage Award 4:00

Looking back: Audrey Boone Tillman receives the 2017 SISTERS Inc. Women of Courage Award

Spotlight on C.C. The Christian Clown 4:07

Spotlight on C.C. The Christian Clown

  • Synovus Chairman and CEO Kessel Stelling talks with the Ledger-Enquirer following the annual shareholders meeting

    Synovus Financial Corp. CEO Kessel Stelling talks about the Cabela's Inc. assets purchase, the name upcoming name changes for its banks and the new Atlanta Braves stadium.

Synovus Chairman and CEO Kessel Stelling talks with the Ledger-Enquirer following the annual shareholders meeting

Synovus Financial Corp. CEO Kessel Stelling talks about the Cabela's Inc. assets purchase, the name upcoming name changes for its banks and the new Atlanta Braves stadium.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer