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Detective talks about undercover officer making deal to buy $1.2 million worth of cocaine 1:29

Detective talks about undercover officer making deal to buy $1.2 million worth of cocaine

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Surveillance videos show murder victim and suspect together the day of the shooting

Upatoi triple-homicide case moves closer to trial 1:05

Upatoi triple-homicide case moves closer to trial

Investigator gives gruesome details about fatal shooting on Double Churches Road 1:38

Investigator gives gruesome details about fatal shooting on Double Churches Road

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way 1:35

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way

Attorney says ex-deputy succumbed to 'temptations he had as a law enforcement officer to flirt with women' 2:24

Attorney says ex-deputy succumbed to 'temptations he had as a law enforcement officer to flirt with women'

Columbus police chief says $1 million cocaine bust is one of the largest by department 2:57

Columbus police chief says $1 million cocaine bust is one of the largest by department

Columbus, Phenix City area weather for Oct. 21 from WRBL's Carmen Rose 1:12

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  • Fall Ramble helps bring to life early history of Ft. Benning

    Hundreds attended the 21st Annual Historic Linwood Foundation Fall Ramble Thursday evening at Columbus' historic Linwood Cemetery. The sunset tour featured presentations by reenactors portraying some of the local people involved in the establishment of Camp Benning. The tour was dubbed "The Beginning of Camp Benning" and also featured presentations about a World War I casualty and a local physician who was a victim of the Spanish flu.

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Fall Ramble helps bring to life early history of Ft. Benning

Hundreds attended the 21st Annual Historic Linwood Foundation Fall Ramble Thursday evening at Columbus' historic Linwood Cemetery. The sunset tour featured presentations by reenactors portraying some of the local people involved in the establishment of Camp Benning. The tour was dubbed "The Beginning of Camp Benning" and also featured presentations about a World War I casualty and a local physician who was a victim of the Spanish flu.

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Ben Hardaway, legendary foxhound breeder, dies at 98

Columbus businessman, civic leader, World War II officer and legendary foxhound breeder Benjamin Hurt Hardaway III died early Thursday morning at his Midland home. He was 98. The funeral will be held at St. Paul United Methodist Church with a private interment at Linwood Cemetery. The details are not complete.

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Attorney for one of two men charged with cocaine discusses possibility of client making bond

Stacey Jackson, the defense attorney representing Marcus Terrell Marshall,33, of Columbus, answers a few questions from the media Friday morning after a preliminary hearing in Columbus Recorder's Court for Kenneth James,49, of Phenix City. Both men were arrested October 16 and have been charged with trafficking in cocaine.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Attorney for one of two men charged with cocaine discusses possibility of client making bond 2:04

Attorney for one of two men charged with cocaine discusses possibility of client making bond

Fall Ramble helps bring to life early history of Ft. Benning 1:29

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Mother asks for prayer after son pleads not guilty to trafficking $1.2 million in cocaine

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