Maj. Gen. Scott Miller answers questions about Ranger School
Maj. Gen. Scott Miller, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, answers a wide range of questions during a Thursday afternoon press conference about the current class graduating Ranger School, which i
Diapers aren't covered under public assistance programs like WIC and SNAP. Mothers in those programs can't use benefits to buy diapers, which are treated like cigarettes, alcohol and dog food. Here's how the Junior League of Columbus is helping.
Kellie Oliver is among those who lost a family house in Mexico Beach, Florida due to Hurricane Michael. She's helped organize a relief effort out of Dinglewood Pharmacy in Columbus. The first truck of supplies is leaving today( Oct. 12).
South Columbus National Honor Society students learn life skills with their outdoor garden. The Muscogee County School District was recognized with the 2017 Georgia Organics Golden Radish Award for its work with Farm to Schools programming
Jack Beven said the storm could bring dangerous winds, a storm surge, tornadoes and flash floods as it moves up the East Coast. The National Hurricane Center said the eye of Michael was about 90 miles northeast of Macon, Georgia.
A large tree feel across the road in the 1600 block of 22nd Street in Columbus, knocking down power lines and snapping the power pole in half. Residents said it happened around 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
Jordan Watson, 10, of Box Springs, is one of nearly 200 kids aged 9-14 selected to be on the first American Ninja Warrior Junior TV series that begins airing Oct. 13 on Universal Kids, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment’s network for kids.