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Convicted serial killer told Phenix City detectives last week he killed 23-year-old Brenda Alexander in August 1979. Alexander was last seen leaving a downtown Columbus... [Read More]
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The Georgia Legislature is considering a proposal to spend $9.3 million for Mercer University to build a four-year medical school in Columbus. Mercer has been... [Read More]
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By joining Hall Booth Smith, Teresa Tomlinson keeps her future political options open. She is exploring a run for U.S. Senate against Republican incumbent David... [Read More]
Markel Ervin, 17, was arrested Sunday in Harris County on obstruction charges, Columbus police said. He was out on bond kidnapping charges. Destinee Virgin was... [Read More]
Markel Ervin, 17, held his former girlfriend against her will for almost 48 hours last month after he allegedly struck her in the face, according... [Read More]
Markel Ervin, 17, held his former girlfriend against her will for almost 48 hours last month, Columbus police say. [Read More]
Markel Ervin was taken into custody by the Special Victim's Unit, according to a news release from police. [Read More]
Scattered among the city's senior leadership at the Chamber of Commerce Intercity Leadership Conference was a group of young people, many of them under 35... [Read More]
Reuters published a report detailing its investigation into dangerous lead levels and cases of childhood poisoning on several Army installations across the country. [Read More]
City business, civic and political leaders depart Tuesday for annual Intercity Leadership Conference sponsored by the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce. [Read More]
Mayor-elect Skip Henderson makes his comments in front of Rotary Club of Columbus, saying the 13-year city manager 'was my guy.' It was the second... [Read More]
The game Jimmy Blanchard learned as a kid at the Valdosta Country Club and on golf courses across the Southeast, has served him well as... [Read More]
Sam Wetzel, a United State Military Academy graduate, fought in Korea and Vietnam during his 34-year career that saw him rise to the Army's highest... [Read More]
Hundreds of blue crabs, normally found in salt water, were discovered dumped in the Chattahoochee River over the weekend. The Department of Natural Resources found... [Read More]
As commander of the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, Gen. Scott Miller was leading the gender integration of Ranger School. [Read More]
Rebecca Haynie and her then-lover Keith "Bull" Phillips face trial in January for the 2004 homicide of her then husband Kirby Smith Jr. [Read More]
Kashonda Miles showed no emotion when she was sentenced on her aggravated child molestation conviction for using a 13-year-old as a sex slave. [Read More]
Richard Bishop, who has more than four decades of working in key Columbus leadership positions, will be working with Mayor-elect Skip Henderson. Bishop has spent... [Read More]
Aflac shareholders alleged that executives and directors breached their fiduciary duty, received unjust enrichment and violated the Securities Exchange Act. [Read More]
Council will have to decide next move for 47-year-old building that has flooding and infrastructure issues that have made the top two floors unusable. [Read More]
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