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She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman 1:19

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist 1:20

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist

13th Street overpass remains closed 0:21

13th Street overpass remains closed

Man pleads in fatal 2014 shooting after jury selected, trial set to begin 1:31

Man pleads in fatal 2014 shooting after jury selected, trial set to begin

Soldiers direct traffic as cars skid and slide across I-185 1:02

Soldiers direct traffic as cars skid and slide across I-185

Officials block roadway on Manchester Expressway as drivers struggle to travel up icy hill 0:17

Officials block roadway on Manchester Expressway as drivers struggle to travel up icy hill

Georgia Power social media center to provide quicker customer response 1:39

Georgia Power social media center to provide quicker customer response

  • Soldiers serenade waitress on her final day of work at downtown restaurant

    Amy Davis never dreamed she would be serenaded on her final day as a waitress at Flip Side Burgers & Tacos. Then a group of seven soldiers finished their meals and asked Davis if they could sing to her.

Amy Davis never dreamed she would be serenaded on her final day as a waitress at Flip Side Burgers & Tacos. Then a group of seven soldiers finished their meals and asked Davis if they could sing to her. Courtesy of Dawn Reynolds Hill
Amy Davis never dreamed she would be serenaded on her final day as a waitress at Flip Side Burgers & Tacos. Then a group of seven soldiers finished their meals and asked Davis if they could sing to her. Courtesy of Dawn Reynolds Hill

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Local businesses defy the snow and open their doors 1:25

Local businesses defy the snow and open their doors

Video Notebook: Nice to see the snow, nicer to see it go 0:47

Video Notebook: Nice to see the snow, nicer to see it go

Watch as motorists encounter icy hill on Manchester Expressway 0:52

Watch as motorists encounter icy hill on Manchester Expressway

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman 1:19

She's the new Muscogee County School Board chairwoman

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist 1:20

New restaurant/bar features handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and southern cuisine with a twist

13th Street overpass remains closed 0:21

13th Street overpass remains closed

Man pleads in fatal 2014 shooting after jury selected, trial set to begin 1:31

Man pleads in fatal 2014 shooting after jury selected, trial set to begin

Soldiers direct traffic as cars skid and slide across I-185 1:02

Soldiers direct traffic as cars skid and slide across I-185

Officials block roadway on Manchester Expressway as drivers struggle to travel up icy hill 0:17

Officials block roadway on Manchester Expressway as drivers struggle to travel up icy hill

Georgia Power social media center to provide quicker customer response 1:39

Georgia Power social media center to provide quicker customer response

  • 'I didn’t go into those people’s store to fight': Woman charged in Columbus Dollar Tree fight speaks out

    Tyeisha Hightower describes the scene at the Buena Vista Road Dollar Tree where, she says, she was bumped into and then followed into the store before the other women involved began to throw store items at her and her daughter.

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