Tonight's live broadcast of the election results gets Patrick Chappel, a 15-year-old Hillary Clinton supporter, on the edge of his seat at a watching party at the Columbus Democratic Headquarters. Chappel goes to Columbus High and is the president of young democrats at the school. He said that he is scared about Trump winning key states and the states that are too close to call.
Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz made a campaign stop in Columbus Saturday evening. After his speech, Cruz answered a few media questions. Here are his answers when asked to give an overview of his speech, talk about the immigration debate and discuss the importance of Georgia and the southern primaries.
Family members share personal stories and strangers honor those without family present during the Wreaths Across America observance at Fort Mitchell National Cemetery. 700,000 wreaths were laid at 1,000 sites across the country during the annual event
Nearly 700 students graduated from Columbus State University Friday and Saturday during CSU’s 115th Commencement. Graduates were presented by their college at three commencement ceremonies on Dec. 15 and 16 at the CSU Lumpkin Center. The College of the Arts and Turner College of Business graduated Friday, the College of Education and Health Professions' ceremony was Saturday morning, and the College of Letters and Sciences graduated Saturday afternoon.
This week's Job Spotlight focuses on Hayley Henderson, executive director of the Columbus Convention and Trade Center in Columbus, Georgia. She talks about the massive meeting facility and its economic impact on the city, while also serving as a gathering place for interesting, educational and memorable events to include weddings and other personal occasions. (Video by Tony Adams)