A woman accused of serving a cheeseburger smeared with her bodily fluids to a customer at Jack's Restaurant in early January has turned herself in to the Columbus Police Department.
Local residents are returning home after what they described as successful trips to President Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington, D.C.
"827 going." That was the number on the Women's March on Jackson Facebook event page when I checked it for the fifth time Saturday morning.
A consultant tasked with analyzing Columbus Police Department promised transparency during his first public appearance since his hire last Tuesday.
"It's a great stress reliever ... there's nothing like stabbing wool," laughs Pauline Crouse, nimbly taking the carpeted stairs to her crafts room on the second floor.
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