Top Headlines of 2008 - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

Top Headlines of 2008

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -  As 2009 quickly approaches, we are looking for the most impactful stories that touched your hearts and minds in 2008.

We've polled  our  newsroom and came up with a list of stories that touched us.  If you have a favorite, and it's not on our list. Just send your suggestion to newsrelease@wtvm.com.

Lauren Burke's accused murderer confesses/ Preliminary autopsy results; Lauren Burk's death ruled a homicide

Ed Harrington murders his children & kills himself

Doctors Hospital Shooting

Columbus passes LOST

Muscogee County District Attorney and Sheriff's race results

Phenix City Council changes

The capture of Michael Registe

Bill Heard bankruptcy, local unemployment hike

Bibb Mill Fire

Auburn Coach Tommy Tuberville resigns

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    Altercation led to deadly shooting on in Columbus on 51st Street

    Monday, August 21 2017 3:34 PM EDT2017-08-21 19:34:48 GMT
    (Source: WTVM)(Source: WTVM)

    New details have been released in connection to the deadly shooting on 51st St. Sunday morning. Cody Mathis, 21, was shot and later died at the Medical Center. 

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    New details have been released in connection to the deadly shooting on 51st St. Sunday morning. Cody Mathis, 21, was shot and later died at the Medical Center. 

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  • Missing Auburn teens found

    Missing Auburn teens found

    Monday, August 21 2017 3:21 PM EDT2017-08-21 19:21:51 GMT
    (Source: Auburn Police Department)(Source: Auburn Police Department)

    The Auburn Police Department has found two runaway teens and they were safelty returned in good health.

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    The Auburn Police Department has found two runaway teens and they were safelty returned in good health.

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  • ABC covered the solar eclipse in 1979

    ABC covered the solar eclipse in 1979

    Monday, August 21 2017 3:18 PM EDT2017-08-21 19:18:31 GMT
    (Source: YouTube)(Source: YouTube)

    In 1979 ABC aired a special report of the solar eclipse. Feb. 26, 1979 was the last total solar eclipse for North America until Monday, Aug. 21. 

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    In 1979 ABC aired a special report of the solar eclipse. Feb. 26, 1979 was the last total solar eclipse for North America until Monday, Aug. 21. 

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