More Videos

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

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

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

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

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening

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

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot 2:01

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot

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'

Surveillance videos show murder victim and suspect together the day of the shooting 1:59

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

Ex-deputy breaks down in tears in court during sentencing on sexual assault charges 1:42

Ex-deputy breaks down in tears in court during sentencing on sexual assault charges

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

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way

A love story 60+ years in the making 1:47

A love story 60+ years in the making

  • Female police officer passes surprise toughness test in Walmart parking lot

    Maj. Laura Bennett, who this month became the first female assistant chief of police in Columbus State University's history, tells the story of the time she passed a surprise test of her toughness in a Walmart parking lot.

Maj. Laura Bennett, who this month became the first female assistant chief of police in Columbus State University's history, tells the story of the time she passed a surprise test of her toughness in a Walmart parking lot. Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Maj. Laura Bennett, who this month became the first female assistant chief of police in Columbus State University's history, tells the story of the time she passed a surprise test of her toughness in a Walmart parking lot. Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

Columbus State hires first female assistant police chief in its 59-year history

October 05, 2017 5:15 PM

More Videos

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

Carver sideline goes wild after opening touchdown return against Columbus High

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

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

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

What to expect during a TSA pat-down screening

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

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot 2:01

Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot

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'

Surveillance videos show murder victim and suspect together the day of the shooting 1:59

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

Ex-deputy breaks down in tears in court during sentencing on sexual assault charges 1:42

Ex-deputy breaks down in tears in court during sentencing on sexual assault charges

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

Company sets goal of raising $1.25 million for United Way

A love story 60+ years in the making 1:47

A love story 60+ years in the making

  • MCSD board members have contentious debate about hiring independent counsel

    Muscogee County School Board member Laurie McRae of District 5 challenged Frank Myers of District 8 and his description of the district as a "toxic environment" -- and Myers upped the ante, alleging "criminal conduct" in the district.