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Superintendent Reacts to Crumbs Being Reinstated

Now that Columbus High School Principal Marvin Crumbs has his job back, what do students think? We've got reaction and we hear from Superintendent Susan Andrews who's decision to reassign Crumbs was overturned by the school board.

Deal Names Columbus Landmarks to Honor Locals

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal made a stop at the National Infantry Museum this afternoon. The governor signed two military related pieces of legislation into law and a third bill officially naming two area land marks after local leaders. We'll tell you who's being honored and how.

Tonight's Most Wanted

A Florida woman is in trouble with the law in Georgia. And your tips can help bring her in. We'll tell you what she's wanted for in tonight's Most Wanted report.

Richt In Columbus - But Not to Recruit

Georgia Coach Mark Richt came to Columbus tonight but he wasn't here to recruit. We'll tell you what brought the Bulldogs coach to the Fountain City.

 Join us for these stories and much more tonight on Newsleader 9 at 11.

 

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  • Driver sought in crash that killed three children

    Driver sought in crash that killed three children

    Sunday, March 26 2017 2:11 AM EDT2017-03-26 06:11:41 GMT
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    The Mississippi Highway Patrol is looking for a driver who ran away from the scene of a deadly crash in George County. Three children were killed in the crash. Troopers said a green 2003 Kia Optima was heading east on Highway 198, east of Depot Road, shortly before 4 p.m. on Saturday.

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    The Mississippi Highway Patrol is looking for a driver who ran away from the scene of a deadly crash in George County. Three children were killed in the crash. Troopers said a green 2003 Kia Optima was heading east on Highway 198, east of Depot Road, shortly before 4 p.m. on Saturday.

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