By Kirsten Gladen - email
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Here are the stories you can expect to see in the 5 and 6 o'clock newscasts:
There are new developments in the homicide of a woman found on Magnolia Avenue in Americus, GA. Reporter Laurie Bernstein has the latest from Georgia's Bureau of Investigation. Stay tuned to the 5PM newscast for this story.
21 year-old Dustin Horton appeared in Columbus Recorder's Court and plead not guilty to the murder of former Lee County Deputy Scott Drago. Reporter Lindsey Connell has details at 6PM.
East Alabama reporter Elizabeth White has the latest on the stabbing of an Opelika woman and her boyfriend by her disgruntled husband.
Also, News Leader 9 has the latest on the two inmates that escaped from a Muscogee County Prison work detail near the Lake Oliver Marina.
A Columbus nonprofit youth organization will give away free bikes to community children Saturday, Dec. 16.More >>
Voters and the candidates and weighed in on the Alabama U.S. Senate election, Political experts are also speaking on the election.More >>
Columbus Hospice hosted a community-wide open house to celebrate the holiday season. The event took place Tuesday afternoon at the Moon Road facility.More >>
For the past four years, AAA in Columbus has provided gifts to a family who might not have the ideal Christmas.More >>
Celebrations begin following Democrat Doug Jones’ victory in the Alabama U.S. Senate. Crowds roll toomers in Auburn following Jones win.More >>
A man repeatedly kicked her car. What happens next caused doctors to cut her wedding ring off of her finger.More >>
It seems like harmless social media fun, but for the last several years, the Secret Sister Gift Exchange post has tricked a lot of giving people on Facebook. But, a reminder: this is a scam.More >>
An Indiana State Police trooper is recovering from a gunshot wound following a traffic stop of a suspected DUI driver Tuesday night.More >>
The Decatur Police Department seized a small airplane and arrested the pilot during a drug investigation at Pryor Regional Airfield.More >>
Democrat Doug Jones has been declared winner of Alabama's open U.S. Senate seat after a contentious race against Republican Roy Moore.More >>