Columbus mayoral candidates will again square off for a forum Tuesday evening.
An Alabama man will spend the rest of his life in prison for the killing of a Lowndes County teenager in 2011.
Tensions mounted in the Columbus mayoral race last week between incumbent Robert Smith and one of his challengers, former city police chief Selvain McQueen, as both accused the other of unprofessionalism and dirty politics.
A few days after 19-year-old William Stallings was shot and killed in Lowndes County in 2011, Alabama resident Lacee Cox's boyfriend Joshua Taylor told her he shot the New Hope teen.
During a specially called meeting Tuesday, the Columbus Municipal School District board of trustees voted unanimously to approve drafting an amendment to extend Superintendent Philip Hickman's contract.
An Alabama man will stand trial in Lowndes County Circuit Court this week for the 2011 murder of a New Hope teenager.
Columbus Christian Academy has a new administrator.
Jay Watts, currently head of school at Pillow Academy, a Christian school in Greenwood, will officially take the same position at CCA in July.
Chuck Yarborough, U.S. history teacher at the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science in Columbus, has placed first alternate in the statewide Teacher of the Year program for the 2016-17 school year.
Starting next year, up to 3,400 undergraduate students in Mississippi -- including hundreds in the Golden Triangle -- could lose $500 to $1,000 in state grant money that would otherwise help pay for textbooks and other academic necessities.
On the grassy field outside the Pohl gymnasium on Mississippi University for Women's campus Friday, a group of teenagers encircled a handful of their peers.
When Peggy Wallace was 13, she, her mother and her siblings sat at their lake house in Alabama watching the news -- which showed her father, George Wallace, then governor of Alabama, standing in the doorway at the University of Alabama blocking its first African American students from entering the building.
Columbus Police Department raised $22,200 for the family of an officer whose daughter is fighting for her life at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis.
As sunlight beat down over the magnolias in Clay County Wednesday afternoon, visitors wandered up a gravel road to Waverley Mansion.
A Brooksville man is accused of kidnapping and robbing a foreign businessman.
A Brooksville man was taken into custody for allegedly kidapping and robbing a foreign businessman.
Authorites have released the name of the suspect in a Sunday morning stabbing.
Penny Butler said her brother-in-law, Marc Tomlinson's, last moments were spent trying to save his wife.
A man is in to police custody after allegedly stabbing two people in a car on the way to Vibrant Church Sunday morning.
Columbus police responded to three different calls about shots fired Saturday night, one of which sent a man to the hospital.
A Caledonia man already on parole from the Mississippi Department of Corrections is behind bars after allegedly throwing bricks at a neighbor.
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