Dozens of people were able to get a better understanding of the relationship between youth and the police at the Alpha Phi Alpha house for an open forum and workshop to teach young people how to respond to certain situations.

Local law enforcement speaks with youth

COLUMBUS Ga.- Columbus youth and law enforcement are committing to put their differences aside in order to focus on fostering better relatio…

Georgia ranked 19th most obese state

COLUMBUS, Ga. – The number of overweight adults is growing in the state of Georgia, bringing it the 19th highest adult obesity rate in the U…

Fundraising for Deputy White

COLUMBUS Ga.- Friends, family and even strangers are coming together to raise money for Harris County Deputy Jamie White. Deputy White is st…

Stephanie Harris was in shock when she found out that not only would she be leaving the hospital with her first child, but also money for her firstborn's future.

Newborn baby gets financial jump start

COLUMBUS Ga.- Baby Jayden Harris is just a few hours old, but he already has more than $1,500 in his college savings account, thanks to a sp…

The Muscogee County Democratic Party held a meet and greet for the newly elected local officials Saturday.

Meet and greet with local winners

COLUMBUS Ga.- Some voters are excited to learn more about the candidates they elected to office. The Muscogee County Democratic Party held a…

Running to remember fallen heroes

Memorial Day weekend is here and one organization is preparing for a run Saturday morning to honor fallen heroes. Wear blue is a non-profit …

Local Purple Heart veterans honored

COLUMBUS, Ga.- The Purple Heart Run made a stop in Columbus Thursday morning to honor our Purple Heart veterans this Memorial Day weekend. T…

Animal Ark Rescue sees intake increase

COLUMBUS, Ga. – As summer approaches, animal shelters across the country can often times reach maximum capacity. This year, more than 700 an…