More Videos

'You shut up, you silly woman': Police escort anti-racism director out of meeting 1:14

'You shut up, you silly woman': Police escort anti-racism director out of meeting

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

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

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

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening

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

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

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

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way

Mother asks for prayer after son pleads not guilty to trafficking $1.2 million in cocaine 1:51

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

Prosecutors say gang member had $40,000 in drug money when he was killed 2:41

Prosecutors say gang member had $40,000 in drug money when he was killed

Hearing continued for one of two men charged with trafficking in cocaine 1:12

Hearing continued for one of two men charged with trafficking in cocaine

Muscogee Country cross country meet 2:00

Muscogee Country cross country meet

  • Tuskegee-Morehouse Parade tradition brings fun to communities across the river

    The Tuskegee-Morehouse Parade prior to the two schools' football game on Oct. 8 brings fellowship before the competition. Fans and families from different counties in Alabama and Georgia gather to celebrate the tradition.

Tuskegee-Morehouse Parade tradition brings fun to communities across the river

The Tuskegee-Morehouse Parade prior to the two schools' football game on Oct. 8 brings fellowship before the competition. Fans and families from different counties in Alabama and Georgia gather to celebrate the tradition.
Ang Li ali@ledger-enquirer.com