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Police seek man for indecent exposure on MUW campus

Posted earlier today in Columbus & Lowndes County

Mississippi University for Women police are investigating a rash of indecent exposure reports around campus.

 

Residents pack community meeting

Posted earlier today in Columbus & Lowndes County

Tuesday's community meeting may not have gone exactly as planned.

Family mourns death of Monroe County pilot

Posted earlier today in Area

When Dee Dee Larson was a little girl, her stepfather, Richard Justice, used to take her flying.

Facing a familiar Goliath: Bulldogs still feel sting from last year's loss to UConn as they leave to face Huskies again in Dallas

Posted earlier today in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Connecticut carries an 111-game winning streak into Friday's NCAA Women's Basketball semifinals against Mississippi State, a streak so long those associated with the UConn program are probably hard-pressed to recall the details of any single win on that list.

Second Princess suspect turns himself in

Posted earlier today in Columbus & Lowndes County

A second Columbus man has been arrested in connection with the March 19 shooting outside the Princess Theatre nightclub downtown.

 

Starkville rubbish landfill reopening today

Posted earlier today in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The Starkville Sanitation and Environmental Services Department is expected to reopen the city- and county-operated rubbish landfill today after a new operating permit was approved by the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.

 

Man arrested for shooting at victim in domestic dispute

Posted earlier today in Columbus & Lowndes County

A Columbus man is in jail for firing a pistol at a former romantic partner.

MSU Libraries' 'Ragtime' festival returns Thursday

Posted earlier today in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

When Mississippi State University Libraries' Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival returns next Thursday, patrons of Mitchell Memorial Library will travel back to the 1920s and experience what many consider one of the most fascinating eras in American culture.

 

Lawmakers say Bryant can use another $50M to cover deficits

Posted earlier today in State

Mississippi lawmakers Tuesday gave Gov. Phil Bryant permission to withdraw another $50 million from state reserves to cover deficits in the budget year that ends June 30.

 

 

Execution statute, with firing squad, heads to Miss. governor

Posted earlier today in State

Lawmakers want Mississippi to change how it handles executions, with changes meant to overcome legal challenges to execution drugs, and possibly allow the state to use electrocution and the firing squad as death penalty methods.

 

 

Domestic abuse divorce bill moves ahead

Posted earlier today in State

A bill defining domestic violence in is on its way to the governor's desk.

 

 

Ryan says House to revisit health care, offers no details

Posted earlier today in National

Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday he's going to give battered House Republicans another crack at a health care overhaul.

 

Two dead in Monroe County plane crash

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Two people are dead after a private plane crashed Tuesday morning in Monroe County.

Deputy shot, suspect dead after car chase

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

A suspect is dead and a Lowndes County deputy shot following a multi-county car chase Monday morning.

City increases wrecker fees

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Columbus is raising its wrecker fees.

A rite of spring: Tales from the Crypt part of long history of Columbus Pilgrimage

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Starting next week, juniors from Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science will again dress in hoop skirts and Confederate uniforms to perform Tales from the Crypt at Friendship Cemetery.

Starkville mayoral candidates pledge accessibility

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville mayoral candidates Johnny Moore, Damion Poe and Lynn Spruill all say they'll keep their future City Hall office door open to the public if elected and pledged to remain accessible to the community during the Monday's first public forum of this year's municipal election cycle.

Photo: Kerr-McGee update

Posted yesterday in Columbus & Lowndes County

Lauri Gorton, project manager for the Greenfield Environmental Multistate Trust, presented the progress of the Trust's work in Columbus during a Monday evening town hall at Sim Scott Park.

 

Journalist Wilson 'Bill' Minor dies; covered civil rights

Posted yesterday in State

Wilson F. "Bill" Minor, a journalist who chronicled Mississippi through almost 70 years of change including its turbulent struggle over civil rights, died Tuesday at his home in Jackson. He was 94.

 

 

Talks break down over Mississippi transportation spending

Posted yesterday in State

Mississippi House and Senate leaders publicly bickered but failed to agree on a transportation spending plan before a Monday night deadline, likely forcing the governor to call lawmakers back for a special session before the budget year begins July 1.

 

 

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