Georgia is looking to rebuild its depleted receiver unit after veteran receivers’ Terry Godwin, Mecole Hardman and Riley Ridley departures at the end of 2018-2019 season. Here are three players to watch this spring.
Columbus sports columnist Guerry Clegg thinks college athletes should be able to make money off of their own talent, likeness and memorabilia. Clegg cites UGA’s Todd Gurley as an example, who received a suspension.
A Columbus jury found Antonio Brown not guilty in the fatal stabbing case of neighbor Pedro Carmoega. Brown got into an argument with a group of neighbors on July 4, 2017, slashing and stabbing Carmoega.
Mayor Skip Henderson focuses on crime, infrastructure and economic development in first State of City address. He’ll ask the city council to consider a SPLOST and talked about the ailing Government Center.
University of Georgia baseball players Riley King and James Williams worked on refining their skills last season with the Macon Bacon, a Coastal Plain League team based in Macon, Ga. The two are returning this summer.
A federal jury found Kenneth James guilty of possessing cocaine with the intent to distribute it. He was trying to sell about 25 lbs. of cocaine worth $1 million to undercover agents at the Georgia Welcome Center.
Claiming self-defense, Antonio Brown took the witness stand in his murder trial to recount stabbing neighbor Pedro Carmoega during a confrontation on Independence Day 2017. Carmoega’s throat was slashed.
Out of more than 18,000 participants worldwide, Columbus resident Matthew Bowen is one of the three winners in the 14thannual IBM Master the Mainframe competition. Bowen is a Columbus State and Shaw High grad.
Columbus police have arrested two more suspects in Derrick Scott’s Dec. 8, 2018, fatal shooting, bringing the total to five. Charged with murder were Demetrius Domingo Anton Pride and Christian Caulton.
Family and community members gathered at Hardaway High School for the dedication of a courtyard in a former principal, E. Dewey Renfroe's, memory. His daughters and others talked about his legacy and what the dedication meant to them.
Tommy Barron gets his head shaved and talks about what St. Baldrick’s Foundation's head shaving event means to him. Barron's daughter, Peyton Barron, died in 2017 after battling cancer. The 2019 head shaving event honored her.