Westmoreland favored to succeed Wellborn on DOT board

Former United States Congressman Lynn Westmoreland is the likely choice to replace retired Columbus banker Sam Wellborn as the Third District Representative on the...

River Valley posts record in October

Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that River Valley’s unemployment rate remained in October at its record low.

WLTZ 38 loses two veteran leaders

Change is in the air at WLTZ 38 in Columbus, Ga. In a single day, the NBC affiliate's leadership team lost nearly 22 years of...

CSU kicks off Homecoming 2018 with parade downtown on Oct. 26

Homecoming Week at Columbus State University is coming up Oct. 22-27, and a full schedule of enjoyable events is planned for Cougars past and...

Sullivan’s Still Magical in Birmingham

His name was magical even before he played in his first college football game and on Friday night — more than four decades after...

Why are Amos and the Aflac Duck refilling the company pond?

The Aflac Duck has created its own dynasty. With sincere apologies to Dan Amos and his talented team on Wynnton Road, when people think of...

Family violence allegations against mayoral candidate surface

Already waiting on a ruling from a local court regarding his legal residency, Columbus mayoral candidate Zeph Baker now faces reports that in 2016...

Psychiatrist with Office in Opelika Indicted on Drug Distribution Charges

On Tuesday, July 30, 2019, Dr. James Henry Edwards, III, 72, of Fairhope, Alabama, appeared in court for an arraignment after being charged with...

Ribbon will be cut Tuesday on renovated LeNoir Hall at Columbus State

Columbus State University will hold an official ribbon cutting ceremony for the lab sciences expansion and renovation of LeNoir Hall on Nov. 27 at...

National Infantry Museum honors 21 special grads of OCS

Nearly half a million soldiers have been commissioned as second lieutenants after successfully graduating from Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning  — a United...