In it's 5th year, stuff the bus has raised more supplies and filled more backpacks than any of the previous four years.
Shooting survivors from Parkland, Florida, touring the nation to register voters were welcomed to Atlanta by Martin Luther King III, who shared his own story of gun violence.
Charlie Robinson, also known as Big Saxy, is an award-winning saxophonist that plays at the Suite Bar and Grill in Columbus every Sunday and Thursday.
An Alabama woman has made history as the first black female pilot in the state national guard's history.
Independence Day events are happening all across the valley. See what family fun event is happening near you!
"None of these kids have cell phones out," said Britt. "No electronics, they're just having fun and they're learning at the same time."
"There's a lot of veterans here in this area. They need placement," McKenzie says. "They need homes."
Purple Flags fly over Pensacola Beach because of sea lice.
The bas club has been working with Valley Rescue Mission for nearly 50 years, and this years donations is one of the highest in recent years.
Your Pie owner, Bob Rosato told News 3 that working with the community and giving to charities is a major piece of Your Pie's core values.
The Columbus Police Department has found the missing elderly man.
The last week of school held special meaning for Troup High students as they eagerly walked into the gymnasium to the sounds of the drum line playing upbeat music.