Jose Zozaya, WTVM News Leader 9

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Past articles by Jose:

Boys and Girls Club of Chattahoochee Valley holds their 39th annual Upatoi Polo Cup

A decade's long tradition continues in Upatoi, as families and horse lovers celebrate the latest Polo Cup raising money for the local Boys and Girls Club. → Read More

Volunteers prepare for Hurricane Florence, stand ready to help evacuees

With Governor Nathan Deal calling a state of emergency for all 159 counties in Georgia, the resources are moving smoothly for cities and towns to share their manpower and supplies. → Read More

Bus driver salary increases on the table as school district addr

"I think if we work with the administration, with the transportation department, and the board, we can rectify this problem," Kia Chambers said. → Read More

UPDATE: Deceased victim in deadly Auburn shooting ID'ed

Auburn, AL (WTVM) - The Auburn Police Department confirms one man was shot and killed early Sunday morning along the 200 block of Magnolia Avenue. According to Auburn PD's statement, officers ori... → Read More

Local organizations and advocates gather for a rally concerning

Local organizations and advocates championing environmental justice and rallying for action that will lessen the blow of climate change not just in the Chattahoochee Valley, but across the globe. → Read More

LAWSUIT: Families suing for $3M in damages following MCSD bus cr

The Muscogee County School District is being sued by two families whose children were injured in a school bus crash in 2016. → Read More

UPDATE: Student housing complex pays delinquent taxes to the Cit

In a unanimous vote, city council voted to take legal action against a student housing complex for failing to pay business license taxes for several years. → Read More

Triathletes families and friends kick off labor day with a 'floa

Morgan and Sam Greger took a lazy ride down the Chattahoochee River to kick off their Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Families discover science while celebrating Sci-fi at comic book

Sherricka Day and her young nephew discovered a summer showcase built for comic book and toy lovers young and old inside the Coca-Cola CSU Science Space Center. → Read More

Grand Whitewater Paddle brings thousands to Chattahoochee River

Patrick McGlon wrapped up his first raft ride down the Chattahoochee River, giving the course a rave review. "It was fun. Get in, swim, rapids, boat flip - it was awesome, great experience," → Read More

City considers collecting revenue, fees from Airbnb to boost tou

Visitors from far and wide continue reserving dates to stay in vacation properties throughout the Fountain City, thanks to websites like Airbnb. → Read More

Advocates, lawmakers speak out against potential poll shutdown i

By Friday, the county board of elections could close all but two of its polling places - a move drawing backlash from voters, state lawmakers, and disability advocates. → Read More

Sen. Doug Jones made a stop in AL and shares thoughts on economy

Traveling across the state, U.S. Senator Doug Jones made a recent stop to support democrat Brian McGee, who's running for House District 38. In his first visit back to East Alabama since winning De... → Read More

Construction crews prepare to revitalize historic Claflin School

A new beginning is underway for a historic landmark and educational hub in Columbus. It's already been years in the making. → Read More

Concerned parents express anger over bus delays at Muscogee Coun

A handful of concerned parents and citizens let the Muscogee County School Board know they demand a solution to recent transportation troubles, specifically with school buses. → Read More

Columbus police share critical tips for reacting to an active sh

"I think it needs to be talked about more," said Ashley Jones about preparing for the horror of potentially facing an active shooter. → Read More

Parents, voters discuss potential outcome of Phenix City Board o

Just hours before the school year starts, concerned parents and voters getting the conversation going, talking about a potential change to their school board in the very near future. → Read More

Film-stacked future for Columbus; more project coming soon to a

It's a wrap on production for a movie recently filmed in the Fountain City. → Read More

Good souls donate soles and clothes before school starts in Phen

As families across Alabama get some early back-to-school shopping in on this tax-free weekend, generous donors and city leaders partnered with local churches and other orga... → Read More

MCSD board establishes new district security department; working

The Muscogee County School District is embarking on a brand new chapter, creating its very own police agency. → Read More