Teachers and parents brought their students and children to The Dream Lives event at the Liberty Theater so the they "understand that people are like-minded in equality and have a vision for Columbus," said one father who brought his 10-year old son
Robin TrimarchiThe Ledger-Enquirer
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See what your tires might see in a skid on icy roads
Video Notebook: Nice to see the snow, nicer to see it go
Local businesses defy the snow and open their doors
13th Street overpass remains closed
Watch as driver slides through turn, others sit and spin
Watch as motorists encounter icy hill on Manchester Expressway
Front Avenue amphitheater becomes downtown sledding attraction
Sledding with kayaks on Broadway
Snow arrives in the Chattahoochee Valley. Share your photos, video with us
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.
13th Street between Fifth Avenue and 10th Avenue, the west and east cross streets, remains closed Wednesday afternoon with large stretches of ice after overnight snow and freezing temperatures created hazardous road conditions throughout the city
After much anticipation Snow arrived overnight in the Chattahoochee Valley, adding a blanket of white to roads, cars, and roofs. We'll be covering the event throughout the day and would like to include your photos and short videos in our coverage. You can share them on the Ledger-Enquirer's facebook page or send them to email@example.com.
Bibb County coroner Leon Jones explains how icy roads lead to a two fatality crash in South Macon just after 9 AM on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. It is possible the victims might have been outside of the car when they suffered their fatal injuries.
The re-installation of the Shorter-Leebern galleries of the Columbus Museum features a fresh take on some the museum's most iconic holdings, several works by Columbus-related artists, several new acquisitions and an ensemble of pieces by African-American artists