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The Golden Triangle's most prolific Yelp reviewer lives in downtown Columbus.
Boardtown Grooming is open in Starkville.
Twisted Burger Company has closed in West Point.
Musselwhite's Barbershop is moving. It's not going far, though.
Authorities say Ricky Ball pointed a pistol at a Columbus police officer before being fatally shot on the night of Oct. 16.
Harbor Freight Tools is open in Columbus.
The Columbus police officers involved in the Oct. 16 shooting death of Ricky Ball were equipped with body cameras but the cameras were not activated prior to, or during, the fatal incident.
The first Cook Out to open in Mississippi will be in the Golden Triangle.
A 50-year-old West Point has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of child exploitation.
A 33-year-old Columbus man is dead after being shot by police.
The Donut Shop in Columbus is closed.
For several weeks, a handwritten sign on the front door of Jones Restaurant has stated that the eatery is temporarily closed.
A man was shot to death Friday at Point Place Apartment and as of Saturday evening no arrest had been made.
There is a new watering hole in Columbus.
This week there are two restaurants -- one locally-owned in Columbus, one a chain in Starkville -- and a new apparel store to tell you about.
Authorities say a man accused of robbing a West Point bank in July has been taken into custody in Georgia.
Brian Holliman, a Caledonia man convicted of murder in the 2008 shooting death of his wife, has lost his appeal to the state Supreme Court.
Mimi's Frozen Custard has opened in Vernon.
West Point is getting a Taco Bell.
Ulta Beauty will open in three weeks.
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