More Videos

Residents 'Walk to End Alzheimer's' in downtown Columbus 1:50

Residents 'Walk to End Alzheimer's' in downtown Columbus

Rev. Jamie Sanks talks about new educational center 1:57

Rev. Jamie Sanks talks about new educational center

Irma becomes the most powerful Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever 1:36

Irma becomes the most powerful Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever

Update: Man pleads not guilty to charges stemming from police chase, three-vehicle accident 1:13

Update: Man pleads not guilty to charges stemming from police chase, three-vehicle accident

Tips to safeguard your home from burglars 1:40

Tips to safeguard your home from burglars

Fairies build fairy houses at the Oxbow Fairy Festival 1:44

Fairies build fairy houses at the Oxbow Fairy Festival

Synovus honors first responders during 'Honoring our Heroes' week. 1:30

Synovus honors first responders during "Honoring our Heroes" week.

Columbus, Phenix City weather for September 24 from WRBL's Carmen Rose 0:46

Columbus, Phenix City weather for September 24 from WRBL's Carmen Rose

Biggest news from Auburn at SEC Media Days? Jason and Jordan have you covered 7:11

Biggest news from Auburn at SEC Media Days? Jason and Jordan have you covered

'There were all these ... crisp $100 bills.' 1:32

"There were all these ... crisp $100 bills."

  • Irma Aftermath: How healthy are your trees?

    When Hurricane Irma blew into Columbus Sept. 11, it’s 50 mph winds sent trees across the city tumbling to the ground. They blocked roads, toppled onto cars and smashed into houses. Two local experts on tree care explain why trees fall and how to tell if your trees need attention before the next storm.

When Hurricane Irma blew into Columbus Sept. 11, it’s 50 mph winds sent trees across the city tumbling to the ground. They blocked roads, toppled onto cars and smashed into houses. Two local experts on tree care explain why trees fall and how to tell if your trees need attention before the next storm. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
When Hurricane Irma blew into Columbus Sept. 11, it’s 50 mph winds sent trees across the city tumbling to the ground. They blocked roads, toppled onto cars and smashed into houses. Two local experts on tree care explain why trees fall and how to tell if your trees need attention before the next storm. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

Irma knocked down dozens of trees in Columbus. Could yours be next when another storm comes?

September 15, 2017 3:19 PM