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Brother of murder victim recognizes his sister through a news alert 2:13

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Holsey Chapel C.M.E. members love their annual breakfast and turkey giveaway 2:00

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Attorney: Suspect in hit-and-run fled with 4-year-old son in his arms to protect him 5:05

Attorney: Suspect in hit-and-run fled with 4-year-old son in his arms to protect him

Car engulfed in flames at Bradley Park Publix parking lot 0:57

Car engulfed in flames at Bradley Park Publix parking lot

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

“Operation Hidden Guardian” leads to 21 arrests in Columbus area sting 3:24

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