UGA fan uses mic, speaker to wake up Auburn neighbors after SEC Championship
A video of Jon Gloer waking up his neighbors went viral over the weekend. Gloer, a Georgia Bulldogs fan, used a microphone and speaker aimed at his neighbor's house to send a message after the Dawgs' SEC Championship win over Auburn. The video has
Thirty four volunteers from the Church of the Highlands in Opelika worked July 14 at Loving Touch, The Home for Veterans in Smiths Station, Al. The church had more than 650 volunteers at multiple serve projects, said church member Tim Maggart.
Columbus High rising senior Libby Paul has collected more than 2,000 books and is giving them to students who eat for free this summer as part of the Seamless Summer Feeding Program in Muscogee County schools. The program is Feeding and Reading.
Arthur James Jones was 14 years old when he was jailed for burglary and 15 when he was convicted and sent to state prison. For nine years, he knew no other life. All that changed Wednesday, when freed at age 23. This is his story.
Dr. Jonathan Liss, founder of the Columbus Memory Center, spoke at a Friday morning news conference about the role Columbus residents have played in the Columbus Memory Project, and the project's role in Alzheimer's treatment.
Watch as the prosecution describes surveillance video of James Oliver running from the crime scene after Bobby Jerome Seawright, Jr., was shot and killed. The defense counters that trial evidence does not positively identify his client
An 18-year old Columbus male died early Thursday morning of multiple gunshot wounds outside of a Winston Road residence, Muscogee County Chief Deputy Coroner Freeman Worley said. Emanul Banks was pronounced dead at 2:12 a.m.
The 4th Annual TEACHaret Benefit is Thursday, July 19 at 7 p.m. at the Springer Opera House. Doors open at 6 p.m. and there is a suggested donation of $10 at the door. Proceeds fund scholarships to the Springer Theatre Academy training program.
Armed with calculators and price scanners, Academy Sports sales staff escorted youngsters ages 5-18 years old on a back-to-school shopping spree, helping them stretch their $100 gift cards to fill their carts with shoes, clothes and backpacks
The trees that were recently cut down along J.R. Allen Parkway in Columbus are protected under state law. They are among the many planted in the 1990s as part of the Gateways Project, an effort to beautify the main corridors in and out of Columbus.
Columbus crime scene investigator Cpl. William Norris describes the Branton Woods Drive scene where James Oliver is accused of firing eight .45-caliber rounds into Jerome Seawright, Jr. on December 17, 2016.