Kei'Yona Jordon, WTVM News Leader 9

Kei'Yona Jordon

WTVM News Leader 9

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  • WSFA 12 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WALB News 10
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Past articles by Kei'Yona:

Columbus mayoral candidates hold community events

The Columbus mayoral race is less than two months away and the candidates are out talking with the community. → Read More

Fight continues for improving access to healthy food in Talbot County

The fight for access to fresh food and nutrition continues after nearly two decades. → Read More

Three local businesses scammed by check fraud ring in Columbus

Three Columbus businesses are regrouping after learning they were scammed. → Read More

Ga. lawmakers push to simplify food truck permitting process in all counties

Georgia House Bill 1443 will allow food truck owners to operate anywhere in the state, requiring one permit. → Read More

Organizations partner to repair local Purple Heart veteran’s home

A heartwarming story unfolded as a local disabled Vietnam veteran was honored in a special way. → Read More

2nd annual Tallapoosa Sheriff’s Girls Ranch Ride held in Valley

A cross-county motorcycle ride was held in memory of two 2021 accidents that claimed the lives of a deputy and eight children. → Read More

Family speaks out about 12-year-old Eufaula boy’s death

A sad outcome happened on Tuesday night as Eufaula police pulled the body of a 12-year-old boy out of Barbour Creek. → Read More

Opelika church pays off $700,000 debt nearly 15 years early

An east Alabama church is debt-free in 2022. → Read More

Opelika church pays off $700,000 debt nearly 15 years early

An east Alabama church is debt-free in 2022. → Read More

Ga. Governor Brian Kemp signs gas tax suspension bill

Governor Brian Kemp signed the bill that will suspend the state’s gas tax earlier today. → Read More

Columbus organization holds annual fundraiser in support of veterans

House of Heroes held it’s annual Pulling for Patriots Skeet Shoot in partnership with W.C. Bradley Farms. → Read More

Columbus men work to end illegal dumping in Fountain City

Every Saturday morning, two local businesses get up and pick up trash in the area. → Read More

Gov. Kemp vows to expand broadband internet access to Waverly Hall

Residents will start seeing changes by next year. → Read More

New developments underway with Columbus Housing Authority

Big changes coming soon to a public housing complex in Columbus. → Read More

FOP gives low confidence vote to Columbus police chief

84% of Columbus police officers who belong to the FOP have “low faith” in their current chief. → Read More

Police, family searching for Phenix City man missing for weeks

The family is skeptical about where 38-year-old Marcus Jones is and what happened to him. → Read More

Police, family searching for Phenix City man missing for weeks

The family is skeptical about where 38-year-old Marcus Jones is and what happened to him. → Read More

Columbus to switch to new automated trash pickup services

Changes are coming soon to the way trash is picked up in Columbus. → Read More

Drugs used to treat COVID discontinued

The FDA discontinued BAM and REGEN-COV once they saw it’s inability to treat the Omicron variant. → Read More

Ga. parents look forward to Kemp’s proposal to end school mask mandates

The overall consensus is that parents want to decide on their own whether their children wear masks. → Read More