NFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings on Monday. The Raiders likely will play two or three more years in the Bay Area before their $1.7 billion stadium near the Las Vegas Strip is ready. Las Vegas, long taboo to the NFL because of its legalized gambling, also is getting an NHL team this fall, the Golden Knights.
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The last time Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry was in Atlanta during the regular season, he was having chemotherapy. On Sunday he scored eight points by himself to help his team beat the Falcons 29-28.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton responded to criticism by a Tennessee mom who attended Sunday’s game against the Titans with her fourth-grade daughter. She asserted that his celebration dancing was not behavior of a role model, and Newton says we will have to wait until Sunday to see if he will continue to celebrate Carolina touchdowns.
Watch Washington D.C.-based artist linn meyers creates a wall drawing inside the Columbus Museum that will remain on display through June 2019. Titled "gazing has its limits," meyers used ink and paint to convey wave-like movement as the sun travels along the wall
There are still icy patches on roads throughout the Chattahoochee Valley thanks to Winter Storm Inga so you'll still need to be cautious. As of lunchtime Thursday a section of 10th Street, between Front Ave. and Broadway, was on that list. We thought we would attach a small camera to a hockey puck to give you the "tire's-eye-view."
A hand full of Broadway businesses were open Wednesday after overnight snow left many roads too hazardous to travel. Some opened late and a coffee shop opened at 6:30 a.m., but they all planned to close early as temperatures were expected to drop again
Watch as motorist and good samaritan Damion Lawrence talks Wednesday morning about the icy driving conditions and helps a Columbus Police Officer get another driver turned around on a very icy section of Manchester Expressway in Columbus.