More Videos

Judge postpones trial in brutal 2016 Upatoi triple homicide 2:58

Judge postpones trial in brutal 2016 Upatoi triple homicide

Maj. Gil Slouchick addresses drugs and the crimes that follow 2:52

Maj. Gil Slouchick addresses drugs and the crimes that follow

Rev. Charles Langford talks about his book 2:03

Rev. Charles Langford talks about his book

Program raises awareness about breast cancer for women living with mental illness or addiction 3:12

Program raises awareness about breast cancer for women living with mental illness or addiction

Like parades? Take 60 seconds and watch CSU's homecoming parade 1:07

Like parades? Take 60 seconds and watch CSU's homecoming parade

Family of victim in Henson Drive homicide says he ran with bad crowd 2:14

Family of victim in Henson Drive homicide says he ran with bad crowd

'This world is not what it used to be:' Family of man killed on Wickam Drive seeks justice 1:38

'This world is not what it used to be:' Family of man killed on Wickam Drive seeks justice

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening 2:06

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening

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

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

  • AMBER, Blue and Silver Alerts: What you need to know

    AMBER, Blue and Silver Alerts are used by local law enforcement to notify the public that someone has gone missing. Here’s what you need to know about what each color code means.

AMBER, Blue and Silver Alerts are used by local law enforcement to notify the public that someone has gone missing. Here’s what you need to know about what each color code means. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy
AMBER, Blue and Silver Alerts are used by local law enforcement to notify the public that someone has gone missing. Here’s what you need to know about what each color code means. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy

Months before she was killed in Atlanta, foster girl told police she was raped in Columbus

October 12, 2017 7:25 PM

More Videos

Judge postpones trial in brutal 2016 Upatoi triple homicide 2:58

Judge postpones trial in brutal 2016 Upatoi triple homicide

Maj. Gil Slouchick addresses drugs and the crimes that follow 2:52

Maj. Gil Slouchick addresses drugs and the crimes that follow

Rev. Charles Langford talks about his book 2:03

Rev. Charles Langford talks about his book

Program raises awareness about breast cancer for women living with mental illness or addiction 3:12

Program raises awareness about breast cancer for women living with mental illness or addiction

Like parades? Take 60 seconds and watch CSU's homecoming parade 1:07

Like parades? Take 60 seconds and watch CSU's homecoming parade

Family of victim in Henson Drive homicide says he ran with bad crowd 2:14

Family of victim in Henson Drive homicide says he ran with bad crowd

'This world is not what it used to be:' Family of man killed on Wickam Drive seeks justice 1:38

'This world is not what it used to be:' Family of man killed on Wickam Drive seeks justice

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening 2:06

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening

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

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

  • Judge postpones trial in brutal 2016 Upatoi triple homicide

    Superior Court Judge Gil McBride had set an Oct. 30 trial date for Raheam Gibson, Rufus Burks and Jervarceay Tapley, but defense attorneys in a pretrial hearing Monday persuaded the judge they could not be prepared by then.