COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) – With the latest round of summer like storminess and that heavy muggy feel, we have relief on the way in the form of an early May cold front. We of course have to
Democrats are revising key sections of their sweeping legislation to overhaul U.S. elections, hoping to address concerns raised by state and local election officials even as they face daunting odds of passing the bill through Congress.
A look at rainfall totals from the WTVM studios and the Columbus airport during the month of April 2021.
A Macon County family farm has discovered multiple head of cattle dead after severe weather moved through central Alabama Monday night.
Lawmakers say they want to give themselves time to evaluate how and why the technology is being used.
Since the statewide judicial emergency was declared in March 2020, the court has been holding monthly oral arguments on Zoom.
India has now topped 20-million COVID-19 cases, with a good bit of that number coming just within the last two weeks.
The Biden administration nullified a Trump-era rule Wednesday that would have made it easier to classify workers as independent contractors, blocking a change supported by delivery and ride-hailing services.