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Wild Wing Cafe moving toward Sept. 18 kickoff at Columbus Park Crossing

His Wild Wing Cafe at Columbus Park Crossing may miss the opening kickoff of the college football and National Football League seasons, with construction still pushing toward completion.Click to Continue »


Northern 10-11 all-stars beat Virginia for title in Tournament of State Champions

GREENVILLE, N.C. -- The Northern Little League 10-11 all-stars battled back from a five-run deficit to beat Virginia 15-5 on Wednesday to win the title in the Tournament of State…Click to Continue »


Auburn assistant Grimes back from cancer surgery

AUBURN, Ala. – The most physically limited Auburn Tiger on the practice field Tuesday might have been the most inspiring.Click to Continue »


Police: Homeless man attacked by three at Columbus park

Columbus Police said they investigating an early Tuesday incident in which a homeless man was struck on the head with an unknown object at a Columbus park.Click to Continue »


Auburn man, 22, charged with second-degree rape

A 22-year-old Auburn man has been accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with an underage female, according to a release.Click to Continue »


Columbus teen beaten, robbed at Shirley Winston Park

A 14-year-old Columbus boy told authorities he was punched in the face and robbed of his $200 Jordan shoes Monday evening at Shirley Winston Park at 5025 Steam Mill Road,Click to Continue »


Benning soldier died Monday while swimming at Smith Center pool

A 19-year-old Fort Benning soldier died Monday while swimming at the Smith Fitness Center pool, a post public affairs spokeswoman said Tuesday.Click to Continue »


Richard Hyatt: Ranking restaurants a touchy subject

Nothing cooks up a hotter argument more than somebody ranking restaurants.Click to Continue »


Bi-City residents take National Night Out Against Crime

From the Holly Hills neighborhood in Columbus to Tin Top City in south Phenix City, residents turned out for a series of police convoys, block parties, marches against crime and…Click to Continue »


Freshmen watch veterans during Auburn's first practice

AUBURN, Ala. -- From a football standpoint, the first day of preseason practice might be the least important as the learning pace is intentionally slow. As far as establishing a…Click to Continue »


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