A flier circulating on social media calling for boycotts of three local businesses has made an already contentious Southside development issue even more divisive.
Eight local nonprofits received grants at the Exchange Club of Columbus' weekly meeting at Lion Hills Center Thursday.
Two people are in the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center after deputies found marijuana in their home within easy reach of children.
A Lowndes County man is behind bars after allegedly assaulting an elderly relative.
The Haven is the perfect place for someone who wants a house with a story behind it.
A judge has restored the Second Baptist Church board of trustees' and finance committee's access to offering collections.
The finance committee of a Starkville church embroiled in a lawsuit over a stalled building project have joined the church's board of trustees as plaintiffs against the church's pastor and head deacon.
Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant has released the name of a child killed in an apparent accidental shooting Thursday.
Not long ago, a woman showed up at the doors of Sally Kate Winters Family Services in West Point with her own children in tow.
Before dawn this morning, eight Columbus firefighters were on the road to Leflore County. Their mission: to aid with search and recovery efforts for the military plane that crashed in the Delta Monday.
A preliminary report from the State Medical Examiner's Office suggests a man who died after an alleged altercation in West Point over the weekend may have died from a preexisting medical condition.
Officers with the West Point Police Department are investigating the death of Clay County man, according to a department press release.
Sixteen-year-old Eli Box realized something Friday while he was selling Krispy Kreme donuts to raise money to restore downtown Columbus' replica of the Statue of Liberty.
Victor Summerville had no idea he would be singled out at the Columbus Police Department's annual Black and White Ball Friday to raise money for charity.
Steven Woodruff remembers the day he bought heroin off the street in Tupelo.
When a single gunshot rang out in the parking lot outside United Deli on Gardner Boulevard in East Columbus Wednesday, customers eating lunch inside rushed to the back of the store and John Musa, the owner and operator, ran out from behind the counter and locked the doors.
At Baptist Memorial Hospital in Columbus Monday, six new doctors received their white coats.
Glen Herron and Ron Nivens have saved lives with Narcan.
Columbus police have identified a second suspect in an armed robbery outside a home in north Columbus in late June.
Marijuana is still illegal in Mississippi, but that hasn't stopped some businesses in Columbus from marketing cannabis-infused products with cannabidiol -- also known as "CBD."
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