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Ex-Harris County deputy testifies during pre-trial hearing in aggravated sodomy case 3:17

Ex-Harris County deputy testifies during pre-trial hearing in aggravated sodomy case

'It's so cool!' exclaimed excited viewers of the solar eclipse at the CSU Coca-Cola Space Science Center 2:34

"It's so cool!" exclaimed excited viewers of the solar eclipse at the CSU Coca-Cola Space Science Center

Yoga and Solar Eclipse go hand in hand 1:55

Yoga and Solar Eclipse go hand in hand

Attorney says autopsy shows Redwine shot 11 times by Columbus police officer after high-speed chase 3:35

Attorney says autopsy shows Redwine shot 11 times by Columbus police officer after high-speed chase

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot 2:01

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot

Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask 0:41

Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask

Timelapse from a drone captures the solar eclipse during a baseball game Columbia, S.C. 0:51

Timelapse from a drone captures the solar eclipse during a baseball game Columbia, S.C.

Restaurant's harvest program helps area non-profits feed those in need 1:39

Restaurant's harvest program helps area non-profits feed those in need

Attorney: Hearing for murder suspect accused of shooting man outside of church went as expected 1:04

Attorney: Hearing for murder suspect accused of shooting man outside of church went as expected

Rita Bice talks about Operation Christmas Child 1:04

Rita Bice talks about Operation Christmas Child

  • Spotlight on Merri Sherman, Columbus Sports Council

    Merri Sherman is executive director of the Columbus Sports Council. She talks about the council's impact on the city, the events and people the council brings here, and the city's heritage from hosting the 1996 Summer Olympics softball competition, with Team USA taking the gold medal at Historic Golden Park, defeating China 3-1 in the championship game. (Video by Tony Adams)

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Merri Sherman swings for the fences as Columbus Sports Council director

Merri Sherman understands that many Columbus residents likely have not heard of the Columbus Sports Council. Or if they have, they may not have much of a clue about what the nonprofit organization does. After all, by design, the council is more of a behind-the-scenes entity.

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Ex-Harris County deputy testifies during pre-trial hearing in aggravated sodomy case 3:17

Ex-Harris County deputy testifies during pre-trial hearing in aggravated sodomy case

'It's so cool!' exclaimed excited viewers of the solar eclipse at the CSU Coca-Cola Space Science Center 2:34

"It's so cool!" exclaimed excited viewers of the solar eclipse at the CSU Coca-Cola Space Science Center

Yoga and Solar Eclipse go hand in hand 1:55

Yoga and Solar Eclipse go hand in hand

Attorney says autopsy shows Redwine shot 11 times by Columbus police officer after high-speed chase 3:35

Attorney says autopsy shows Redwine shot 11 times by Columbus police officer after high-speed chase

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot 2:01

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot

Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask 0:41

Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask

Timelapse from a drone captures the solar eclipse during a baseball game Columbia, S.C. 0:51

Timelapse from a drone captures the solar eclipse during a baseball game Columbia, S.C.

Attorney: Hearing for murder suspect accused of shooting man outside of church went as expected 1:04

Attorney: Hearing for murder suspect accused of shooting man outside of church went as expected

Rita Bice talks about Operation Christmas Child 1:04

Rita Bice talks about Operation Christmas Child

International Space Station makes surprise appearance during eclipse 0:34

International Space Station makes surprise appearance during eclipse

Restaurant's harvest program helps area non-profits feed those in need

The LongHorn Steakhouse Harvest program is a year-round program, started in 2003, where all LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants donate surplus, wholesome food to local non-profits on a weekly basis. The food donations are not leftovers. It's high-quality, surplus food that was not served to restaurant guests. The LongHorn Steakhouse at 3201 Macon Rd. in Columbus makes a weekly food donation to New Horizons Behavioral Health in Columbus and since 2003 has donated more than 30,200 lbs. of food as part of the program.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Restaurant's harvest program helps area non-profits feed those in need 1:39

Restaurant's harvest program helps area non-profits feed those in need

Giant dinosaur returns to original Columbus home 1:51

Giant dinosaur returns to original Columbus home

Columbus restaurant closes for good after 55 years in same location 0:48

Columbus restaurant closes for good after 55 years in same location

SunTrust brings pop-up entertainment experience to Columbus 0:55

SunTrust brings pop-up entertainment experience to Columbus