Columbus Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for a local woman in connection to an alleged Jan. 7 food contamination incident at Jack's Restaurant.
Sometimes what you get depends on who you know.
Norma Sanders, Rissa Lawrence and Brenda Willis started planning for Friday's presidential inauguration before even Team Trump.
Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum divided most of his speaking time at Tuesday's Columbus Rotary Club between looking back at the first technological revolution and the one he feels lies just ahead.
Seasoned tourists know the games. It's the rubes who are the easy marks.
The last Mississippi State women's basketball season ended with a Sweet 16 loss to eventual national champion Connecticut, a loss so spectacularly bad it was as if the Bulldogs got together and decided, "Well, we're not going to do THAT again."
Thanks to Shell Oil, with a major assist from one of its distributors, Dutch Oil of Columbus, two area organizations devoted to helping men and women recover from drug/alcohol dependence will be getting a financial shot in the arm this month.
On Thursday, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant announced he has been forced to slash budgets for most state agencies by roughly $51 million. In other shocking developments Thursday, the sun rose in the east and a dog tried to bite a postman.
Columbus Police Department is seeking a suspect in the Monday evening armed robbery of a Columbus convenience store.
A viral Facebook post that claims a Columbus restaurant worker wiped menstrual fluids and licked a food order before delivering it to a customer has led to two investigations.
In his five-plus years as president of Mississippi University for Women, Jim Borsig has frequently talked about the importance of a liberal arts education and The W's unique role in those fields.
In April 2013, Friends of the Library for the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library kicked off an endowment campaign to support the library's children's programs.
While a study by the Mississippi State Extension Service forecasts a possible farm crisis for 2017, local farmers hold a more optimistic view, thanks to what they believe will be a strong cotton crop.
It isn't as much as it might have been, but the return on the investments made by the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors in the county's $30-plus-million hospital trust fund will still add close to $1 million to the county's general fund this year.
The Legislature opened for business in Jackson Tuesday and wasted no time in addressing many of the serious issues facing our state.
Lowndes County supervisors are looking to negotiate a new lease agreement with AbilityWorks for the organization's longtime production facility near the Columbus-Lowndes Airport.
It's that time of year when most Americans make New Year's resolutions.
Tuesday, the Mississippi Legislature begins its 2017 session and there are some pretty big issues they'll have to grapple with, matters that can no longer be addressed by kicking the can down the road, which is generally what happens when legislators are forced to face tough decisions.
For the second year in a row, Mike Bounds won't be home for Christmas.
Each year, Santa does his final interviews with the media two days before he begins his long Christmas Eve journey.
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