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Dec. 10, 2003: Along I-185, Metro Narcotics Task Force and Muscogee County Sheriff's Department stop and swarm GMC Yukon they believe contains armed men from Miami.
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
Should free speech ever be restricted?
Two DFCS employees accused of hiding reports of child abuse because they failed to investigate are back on the job.
State officials are considering consolidating public library service for disabled patrons, and the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries could win or lose in that decision.
Columbus police have charged two suspects in connection with a series of robberies at convenience stores in which an M-16 assault-type rifle was used.
<![CDATA[COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) -- A western Georgia man who called his ex-girlfriend from jail to talk about the Iron Bowl game has been charged with stalking. The Ledger-Enquirer of Columbus reports 48-year-old Michael Marshall's 51-year-old girlfriend filed a yearlong restraining order against him after he was arrested for a DUI and other traffic violations earlier this month. Marshall appeared in Muscogee County Recorder's Court Thursday and said he thought the call last Saturday would be a nice gesture. Marshall told the court, he "just called to say War Eagle. It was an incredible game." The judge set Marshall's bond at $5,000.
A Georgia Bureau of Investigation probe into an October incident involving a Muscogee County deputy marshal and a Columbus Police officer is in its final stages, according to GBI Special Agent in Charge Wayne Smith.
News Leader 9 was on the scene after a Lee County Sheriff Deputy's vehicle crashed at Woodruff Farm Road and London Street in Columbus.
What the Ledger-Enquirer indicated last month came to fruition when superintendent David Lewis proposed the Muscogee County School District adopt a system-wide reading program for grades K-5.
Joe Paull firstname.lastname@example.org Randy Robertson, president of the Columbus FOP, Muscogee County Marshall Greg Countryman, and Muscogee County Sheriff John Darr listen to the Columbus Council deliberate Tuesday evening.
Enough meat to feed a family for an entire year- that's how much beef a farmer said he lost when someone slaughtered one of his cows and left it dead on his property.
Joe Paull email@example.com Phyllis Mitchell talks with her attorney, Clark Adams, during a hearing Monday afternoon in a case involving making false statements while employed with the Deparment of Child Services.
Public officials, educators and sociologists talk about a "digital divide," a haves vs. have-nots gap in access to digital communications technology.