The government is relying on some new technology -- as well as a bit of luck -- to track an outbreak of life-threatening listeria linked to Blue Bell ice cream products.
Over the past four years, 1,604 Noxubee County dogs have been spayed or neutered, with more than a quarter of them -- 440 -- being adopted by a Massachusetts-based rescue organization called Sweet Paws Rescue.
Local firefighters helped deliver a baby girl in Gilmer Inn's Room 101 in downtown Columbus on Tuesday.
The autopsy of a Lowndes County man who may have died as a result of using synthetic marijuana came back inconclusive Tuesday and a toxicity review is the next step in the case.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith headlined a group that spoke Tuesday to the Columbus Rotary Club at Lion Hills about the planned Riverwalk extension to Columbus Air Force Base.
Family members of the late Eva Richards looked to the Columbus City Council and Municipal Judge Mark Amos on Tuesday to explain what they considered a low bond for her alleged killer.
The Columbus City Council sent a clear message to Lowndes County supervisors Tuesday regarding its proposed realignment of the E911 board.
Prosecutors will not move forward with a new murder trial against Willie Jerome Manning, who previously stood accused of killing two women 22 years ago, court documents show.
Three aldermen Tuesday indicated they're willing to discuss Starkville sanitation changes that could generate additional revenues as the department continues to suffer through equipment shortage and repair issues.
Children aged 4 to 15 are invited to a youth fishing rodeo at the Fishing Derby Ponds at the Noxubee National Wildlife Refure beginning at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday.
A helicopter, fire truck, garbage truck, ambulance, and tractor will be some of the 30-plus trucks and vehicles at this year's Touch-A-Truck event.
Mississippi University for Women alumna Dr. Doris Taylor, a pioneer in cardiovascular cell therapy research, will address Mississippi University for Women graduates in Rent Auditorium on Saturday, May 9.
A volunteer sheriff's deputy plans to vacation in the Bahamas while facing a second-degree manslaughter charge in Oklahoma, his attorneys told a judge Tuesday, drawing immediate criticism from the family of the man he killed.
Mississippi and the nation would be better served with more racial diversity within the Democratic and Republican parties, former Gov. Haley Barbour said Tuesday at one of the state's historically black universities.
As jurors looked at a photograph of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev giving the finger to a security camera in his jail cell, a federal prosecutor described it as a defiant act by an unrepentant man who didn't care that he had killed four people, including an 8-year-old boy and a police officer.
Bipartisan legislation aimed at helping the victims of sex trafficking is set to pass the Senate after lawmakers ended a partisan dispute over abortion that has sidetracked the bill for weeks.
A massive recall has brought more attention and put more pressure on a century-old Texas ice cream company that has been searching to discover how its products became linked to a deadly string of listeria cases.
A 33-year-old Lowndes County man may have died from a spice overdose Monday, according to Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant.
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