The School of the Americas Watch annual protest is leaving Columbus and moving to the border of the United States and Mexico. The announcement was made by the organization's national organizer Hendrik Voss on Sunday as this year's participants gathered outside Stone Gate on Benning Road.
Video: SOA Watch annual protest leaving Columbus
Candlelight vigil remembers those who have died of AIDS
Royale Lampley talks about staying on task to graduate Jordan High School
Raw Video: Pacelli High graduates toss their caps into the air
Columbus Regional Health breaks ground on emergency center at Northside Medical Center
Father fears he won't know full details of son's death after suspect killed
Fort Benning: A quick look at the Turning Blue Ceremony.
Eighteen women graduate One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning and join the ranks as infantrymen
Columbus school bus carrying pre-kindergarten students involved in crash with train
Chief Boren gives statement after deadly police chase in South Columbus
Raw video: Murder suspect killed, officer injured after police chase
Video Notebook: Special Olympian sings National Anthem before competition
Murder victim's mother cries out following acquittal
Colgay PRIDE of Columbus hosted a local observance of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial Sunday evening at Lake Oliver Marina to remember those who have died from AIDS and to raise social consciousness about HIV and AIDS. Here's a short video of participants releasing lanterns as part of the ceremony.
Jordan High senior Royale Lampley lives in a tough neighborhood, but with guidance from his mentor Ben Holden and the Columbus Scholars program, he will graduate high school and is looking ahead to college and a career that will allow him to 'give back' to the community.
Officials with Columbus Regional Health, project designers and builders, and city councilors broke ground on a new 10-bed, 12,000-square foot emergency services center that will serve north Columbus and relieve pressure from existing emergency rooms.
Dudley Jones Sr. of Columbus speaks on the death of his 44-year-old son Dudley Jones Jr., who was killed April in the 2200 block of Ticknor Drive. Jones found out Friday afternoon the man suspected in his son's death was pronounced dead of blunt-force trauma at 11:55 a.m. Thursday after he was fatally struck by a police vehicle on Cusseta Road.
Fort Benning graduated Friday morning its first gender-integrated Infantry One Station Unit Training(OSUT) class. Eighteen women were among the 137 graduates from A Company, 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, 198th Infantry Brigade to become new U.S. Army infantry soldiers. Here's a quick look at the company's Turning Blue Ceremony.
The third and final phase of U.S. Army gender integration reached a significant milestone Friday when 18 women graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, becoming infantrymen. Here's a quick look at some of their training.
Deonte Marces Giles, 22, was killed following a police car chase that ended in a crash on Cusseta Road and 25th Avenue involving Giles and a police cruiser. Giles was a suspect in the April 1, 2017 murder of Dudley Jones, Jr., on Ticknor Drive.
Charles Kelly sings the National Anthem Tuesday morning during the opening ceremonies at the Special Olympics Regional Tennis Games hosted by the Columbus Regional Tennis Association(CORTA) at Cooper Creek Tennis Center in Columbus. About 270 participants from local schools and agencies participated in the event, which offered a variety of tennis-based challenges and games. Assisting the athletes were a variety of volunteers from CORTA's junior teen council, local high school students, and other CORTA members.
Penny Bennett, mother of murder victim Dominic Mitchell, cried out "you killed my son" in court after the three men accused of his murder were acquitted in Superior Court. Mitchell was shot at the 4th Quarter Sports Bar in October 2015 during an altercation involving two motorcycle clubs
As Penny Bennett sat next to her husband Darryl Bennett, she described the special bond that she felt for her son Dominic Mitchell, and recalled the night that she received the phone call about the shooting at the 4th Quarter Sports Bar
More than 100 Georgia law enforcement agencies will take part in the torch run to pass the “Flame of Hope” across the state before the Special Olympics state Summer Games at Emory University in Atlanta.
Daginald Wheeler was found not-guilty in Superior Court on several charges relating to the October 2015 shooting death of Dominic Mitchell, including felony murder and charges of criminal gang activity.
Before the 7th annual Bike Ride with the Mayor rolled down Broadway, Bicycle Columbus officials announced the program that offers quick bike rentals from one of three stations. Pick up a bike, run errands and drop it off.