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A Buckner Drive man was robbed early Wednesdsy after four armed suspects kicked in his front door, according to a Columbus police report.
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A pregnant 23rd Street woman was battered by her live-in boyfriend early Wednesday after a verbal altercation turned physical, according to a Columbus police report.
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U.S. District Court Judge Clay Land, 54, will assume the role of chief judge of the Middle District of Georgia on Oct. 1. Land will be taking over for Judge C. Ashley Royal, who works out of the Macon office.
It failed by the narrowest of margins once before, as a stand-alone item in a special election.
Richard Bishop, president and CEO of Uptown Columbus, updates the progress of the zip line being constructed across the Chattahoochee River at a press conference Tuesday morning.
A Columbus man at the center of a years-long web of extortion, prostitution and child pornography charges will spend the next 10 years in prison and the rest of his life under the supervision of the state.
The mega-retailer is planning to open what it calls a “Walmart Care Clinic” at the Columbus store on Aug. 29, located in the front near the service desk.
A Joint House-Senate Study Committee began work last week on transportation needs of the state and how those needs may be met in the coming years.
This time of year he thinks about that June 1976 day and what was the best purchase of his life.
Georgia’s gasoline tax needs to be higher, state DOT board member Sam Wellborn told a state legislative committee today.
If somebody asked what you consider the single most significant story in Columbus over the last two decades, you could make a compelling case for Columbus State University.
Joe Paull firstname.lastname@example.org Melissa Niemi is a physical science teacher at Arnold Magnet Academy and is among seven educators in the nation selected for the 2014-15 NASA Long-Term Engagement in Authentic Research program.
A Muscogee County Jail correctional officer turned himself in to police following a violent domestic dispute with his wife this weekend, sheriff's officials confirmed Monday morning.
Two black men in a white Ford Van robbed a Fountain Court man early Sunday, according to a Columbus police report.
Joe Paull email@example.com Michael Armstrong is a 7th and 8th grade math teacher at East Columbus Magnet Academy.
The sign on South Lumpkin Road says Historic Westville is coming in 2015. On Sunday, its executive director, Leo J. Goodsell, said Columbus may have to wait longer.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 01:34 pm
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