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Gwen Roberson spent the last moments of her life face down on her kitchen floor.
Students at Mississippi University for Women and Mississippi State University could see a tuition increase.
The local branch of The Salvation Army is asking for the community's help this holiday season.
A teen accused of murdering his neighbor and then setting her house on fire has been indicted for arson and capital murder.
If you happened to look up yesterday afternoon, you may have seen a sea of blue balloons over the town of Caledonia.
Authorities have arrested a man they believe to be responsible for illegal spice distribution.
A bond reduction has been denied for a woman accused of fatally shooting another woman in the parking lot of a Columbus restaurant.
For years, Columbus has proclaimed herself "The Friendly City." Now, it's official.
Columbus dog owners will soon have a new option for their fluffy companions.
The Columbus Municipal School District has not yet resolved the issue of unused textbooks.
Administrators within the Lowndes County School District say they are confident in the direction the district is headed.
The Lowndes County School Board is presenting another bond issue to voters.
As the temperature begins to drop, locals without heat are in need of blankets to keep warm.
The Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board will be in Columbus on Monday looking to hear from the public regarding a proposed charter school.
Students at Cook Elementary are embarking on a tour of Japanese culture -- and they don't even have to leave Columbus.
In the past year, Columbus Police Chief Tony Carleton has focused on community policing and building a strong department with top-notch officers.
Three months after the Columbus Municipal School District board voted to revamp the district's curriculum, the district is sitting on $500,000-plus worth of unused textbooks.
The next executive director of the Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority could be facing a conflict of interest because he also serves on the Columbus Municipal School Board.
A Starkville man convicted of a 2010 murder after a graduation party was sentenced to 40 years in prison last week.
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