Columbus Couple Charged With Wire Fraud And Theft Of Government Property Two Columbus residents were taken into custody today after a federal grand jury returned an indictment charging them both with wire fraud and theft of government property related to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
SunTrust Bank Robber Found With ‘This Is A Robbery Quickly # Go Dawgs!’ Robbery Note Pleads GuiltyA Columbus man pled guilty to a bank robbery in which he said he had a gun and a cheer for the University of Georgia while demanding cash from a SunTrust Bank teller.
GBI Investigates Georgia State Patrol Officer Involved Shooting in ColumbusThe Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is investigating a Georgia State Patrol shooting following a high speed pursuit on I-185 near Columbus, Georgia
Georgia-Based Path-Tec To Expand Columbus Operations, Create 350 JobsGeorgia-based Path-Tec to expand Columbus operations, create 350 Jobs.
Former Theology School Administrators Charged In $12 Million FraudA federal grand jury charged six former administrators from the Columbus, Georgia, campus of the Apex School of Theology in an indictment unsealed Monday for their alleged participation in a scheme to defraud student loan programs of more than $12,000,000.
UPDATED: U.S. Marshals Found 39 Missing Children Through 'Operation Not Forgotten'Local and federal law enforcement agencies have found nearly 40 missing children and arrested nine people through Operation Not Forgotten, an initiative to rescue endangered children.
Off The Woodwork, Ep. 10: That's How You Play DefenseCraig Carlos-Valentino and Jason Longshore are here with another episode of the "Off the Woodwork" podcast, a show about Atlanta United and Major League Soccer.
Travel Guide To AndaluciaA travel guide to Andalucía, with practical information on transportation, lodging and dining, with an emphasis on five of the most important cities.
Best Five Southern Writers' Houses To VisitWriter Michael Farris Smith, author of the novel Rivers, recommends visiting the houses of five Southern literary giants to see where they drew their inspiration for their craft.