Authorities have charged a Waffle House employee accused of stabbing a customer to death with murder.
Cierra Crusoe didn’t look.
Update: Authorities have identified the suspect and victim involved in a fatal stabbing at the Columbus Waffle House Wednesday morning.
In times of crisis, it is important not to panic, but instead focus energy on a clear-eyed view of the circumstances with an emphasis on solutions.
Starkville High School has three players competing, Columbus High School has two, and New Hope High School has one.
As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes increasingly available, several clinics and pharmacies in the Golden Triangle area are offering the vaccine to eligible residents.
Family Pharmacy No. 1, Family Pharmacy No. 2 and Southern Drugs are a few pharmacies in Columbus currently offering different types of the vaccine.
Vice Mayor Bill Gavin publicly addressed rumors about Mayor Robert Smith’s health and extended absence from City Hall Tuesday, saying as far as he knows Smith’s health is improving and that he “doesn’t anticipate” Smith dropping out of the upcoming mayoral election.
No bad days: Local teacher, coach Kevin Stewart remembered for positive attitude during battles with cancer, COVID-19
Sitting in the truck, Kevin Stewart spoke first, breaking the short but potent silence in the cabin.
The Columbus City Council voted Friday to end social distancing and capacity restrictions for businesses and restaurants, though the city’s mask mandate will stay in place.
A federal judge has dismissed without prejudice a lawsuit against the city of Columbus filed by a former Columbus Police Department investigator who alleged wrongful termination and violation of privacy.