Amaya Graham, WTVM News Leader 9

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WTVM News Leader 9

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Past articles by Amaya:

Columbus’s St. Anne-Pacelli parents speak about recent video of student using racial slurs

Parents are reacting to a video of a Pacelli high school student using racial and homophobic slurs. → Read More

Synovus Toast of the Town celebrates 13 years, benefits Columbus Symphony Orchestra

Toast of the Town returned for its 13th year at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center. → Read More

Columbus man found guilty in 2019 accidental shooting could face 20 years

“I’m glad my niece is finally getting justice,” said Latrice William, the victim’s aunt. → Read More

Muscogee Co. jury selected in Anthony Gates trial

Over 60 residents of Muscogee County accomplished their civic duty this morning in court for jury duty. As a result, 14 now have been selected to serve on the trial for Anthony Gates. → Read More

Residents speak out on Lee County trash issues

The main concern is what residents should do to eliminate large bulky items like appliances, bikes, and yard waste. → Read More

Muscogee County teacher to earn more pay, says school board

Some teachers in Muscogee County may earn more pay for their efforts in the classroom. → Read More

Muscogee County School District working to combat bus shortages

A critical bus driver shortage is impacting kids the Chattahoochee valley.Some even seeing longer than wait normal wait times just to be picked up or dropped off. → Read More

Muscogee County School District offering virtual option

The Muscogee County School District is offering an online option for 9th and 10th graders. → Read More

Local citizens react to talks of Beauregard becoming a city

A meeting planned at Beauregard High School has been postponed for a later date. → Read More

Back-to-school preparation underway for Muscogee County parents, faculty

With the lazy days of summer ending for kids, a unique school year is coming up in two weeks. → Read More

Columbus officials react to city’s low ranking for renters in recent survey

WalletHub, a personal finance website, ranks Columbus as one of the worst places to rent. → Read More

Harris County man pleads guilty to sexual battery, sexual exploitation of children

In Harris County, a man pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges against him. → Read More

Springer: Content a factor in cancellation of Hodgetwins’ comedy show

A comedy show at the Springer Opera House was canceled and many people in the Fountain City may be wondering why. → Read More

Experts warn people of QR code scams

You may have received a motor vehicle service notification for a vehicle you have never owned. → Read More

Economic impact of Juneteeth in Columbus

Juneteenth celebrations are in full swing, and many businesses are hoping to cash in from the festivities. → Read More

Several organizations hosting summer programs for kids in Chattahoochee Valley

Summer is right around the corner which means kids will have a lot of free time on their hands. Several organizations are doing their part to keep local kids off the street. → Read More

Local citizens to participate in 30th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

The National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive will take place Saturday, May 14. → Read More

Uptown’s RiverFest is back in Columbus

Over 50 food, beverage and art vendors will be available to the Tri-City area this weekend. → Read More

Academy Sports Outdoors providing life jackets in Columbus

It’s water safety month and Academy Sports + Outdoors is providing life jackets to Safe Kids Columbus. → Read More