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The Eufaula Police Department has arrested a man for obtaining credit card numbers and PIN numbers by using an illegal card skimmer. [Read More]
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Greystone Properties has purchased a north Columbus apartment complex, a managing member confirms. [Read More]
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New developments in the property tax controversy in Muscogee County, as we're learning more about the Board of Tax Assessors tabling a vote for now,... [Read More]
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In communities across the Chattahoochee Valley, thousands of Columbus-area residents will come together in small groups on Nov. 7 for 'On the Table.'... [Read More]
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Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced the signing of an executive order to create the Alabama Opioid Overdose and Addiction Council. [Read More]
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A local group is looking to help qualified candidates find jobs. "Unemployment Eliminators" held a job fair at the Columbus Trade Center Tuesday. [Read More]
The Columbus Police Department had another distracted driving sting, this time it was in Midtown Columbus on Tuesday. [Read More]
The Alabama Department of Public Health's Immunization Division is warning citizens of an increase in whooping cough. [Read More]
Callaway Gardens will host a solar eclipse viewing with former NASA Space Ambassador Tom Garmon on Monday, Aug 21.  ... [Read More]
A new school year for both students and the school board in Muscogee County, but past issues remaining part of the conversation as controversy continues... [Read More]
Due to the total solar eclipse, several school systems in the Chattahoochee Valley are altering their school schedules. [Read More]
Due to the total solar eclipse, several school systems in the Chattahoochee Valley are altering their school schedules. [Read More]
Georgia Congressman Sanford Bishop has released a statement on the violent white nationalist rally this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. [Read More]
Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson has released a statement following the violent white nationalist protest this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. [Read More]
With the upcoming eclipse, some schools will be altering their school day schedule, but Phenix City Schools will not. [Read More]
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