The athlete left no stone unturned.
She’s going on the offensive in their divorce.
This is serious.
The DNC was lit last night.
The TV icon rips her ex.
Shad Moss fires another round of controversial tweets.
Iman and Terry Crews are also blowing out candles.
Things just got a bit messier.
The ladies were not here for his comments on slavery.
We never saw this one coming.
He’s got some folks in his corner.
KimYe’s baby boy is ready for his closeup.
She wasn’t playing.
The pregnant actress was blindsided by divorce filing.
See the photo that set them off.
She was fighting for her life for a while.
The TV personality has a lot to celebrate.
Kerry Washington, John Legend, Janelle Monáe and more.
The pregnant star just suffered a devastating blow.
We lost her exactly one year ago today.
The Fountain City is getting a little taste of Eastern culture. The Columbus Public Library hosted a Japanese artwork exhibit on Thursday afternoon. The artwork was done by elementary students from Kiryu, Japan as part of a
Two Columbus community groups came together to combat gun violence in the area by hosting a gun buy back initiative. On Thursday, results of the initiative were announced.
She helped police catch a wanted murder suspect. Now, Valley police and the community are showing their thanks in a very big way to a woman they call “The Lawnmower Lady.”
Goodbye, summer – it’s time to go back to school! Below are the start dates for the school systems in the Chattahoochee Valley.
Daniel Rushing probably won't be eating Krispy Kreme doughnuts in his car any more.
The dating website eHarmony has gained a new CEO, Auburn alumni Grant Langston. Langston was on the original team that launched the company in Aug. 2000. Since then, he has played a critical role building new products,
A Muslim mother of two shared a heartwarming moment on Facebook of a complete stranger sharing his experience as an American.
Two Troup County men appeared in court this morning to face a judge for drug trafficking charges. We now know the hearings were rescheduled for Roberto Bazan and Luis Moreno in order for them to obtain legal
Kinetic Credit union wrapped up a month of celebrating Christmas in July by donating items to local nonprofits. The credit union donated schools supplies, children’s clothing non-perishable food to local agencies.
Columbus Police Department’s Special Victims Unit arrested a woman on Monday on child cruelty charges. Lakeitha Love, 24, was arrested and charged with child cruelty in the first-degree. She appeared in court Thursday morning.
The Chris Kyle Memorial Plaza will be unveiled this morning in Odessa.
The exact cause of irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is not known, although it affects nearly 45 million Americans, mostly women. New research shows the cause may not be stress or spicy foods, but an accumulation of
The story of a Richland County Sheriff’s deputy’s traffic stop is being highlighted thanks to the power of social media.
How hot is it in upstate New York? So hot that horse manure is bursting into flames.
According to George Phillips, the Paleontology Curator at the Museum of Natural Science, paleontologists were searching for fossils of prehistoric crabs and mollusks, when they came across the tooth of a Ceratopsidae, or horned dinosaur. These dinosaurs
Medical experts with the West Central Georgia Department of Public Health say heat-related illnesses and deaths are 100 percent preventable.
North Korea's top diplomat for U.S. affairs told The Associated Press on Thursday that Washington “crossed the red line” and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals,…
Chief David Bald Eagle served as actor, stuntman, war veteran and ambassador of the Lakota.
A woman was transported to the hospital early Thursday morning following a shooting at the Tanger Outlets. The shooting happened at the shopping center off of Highway 17, Sgt. Hall with Horry County Police confirmed. Right now
Columbus police are still searching for a third suspect connected to a deadly shooting that happened last month near a public park. It’s a murder case that’s still open, but with your help Columbus police can close this