Fearing that actors could be mistaken for police -- and chase scenes confused for the real thing -- Paris is sharply restricting filming of action movies in the city that has been the stage for some of film's most memorable high-octane sequences.
Starkville aldermen and Mayor Parker Wiseman again find themselves preparing for a battle over health insurance.
Columbus Municipal School District Superintendent Dr. Phillip Hickman has been invited to a statewide Superintendent's Academy organized by the Mississippi Department of Education.
Investigators with the state fire marshal's office could not determine the cause of a Jan. 23 fire that destroyed the home of Columbus Fire and Rescue Capt. Michael Scott Swain.
The final piece of a community match for a federal grant that aims to provide westbound flights from Golden Triangle Regional Airport is presumably in hand.
There is a new home furnishings store in Columbus.
The Mississippi University for Women Gordy Honors College Forum Series begins with a screening tonight of the documentary "Spies of Mississippi."
Caledonia Elementary School is used to getting awards.
Mississippi House members are rejecting new restrictions against Attorney General Jim Hood's ability to file lawsuits or hire outside lawyers.
House members are having second thoughts about bills that would allow governments and hospitals to seize state income tax refunds to pay debts.
Outnumbered by Republicans, Democratic lawmakers are jockeying to get their views heard as Congress moves ahead on revising the much-maligned No Child Left Behind education law.
The horrific fate of a captured Jordanian pilot, burned to death by the Islamic State group, unleashed a wave of grief and rage on Wednesday across the Middle East.
Hometown friends and fans of "To Kill A Mockingbird" author Harper Lee are struggling to reconcile a publisher's sensational announcement -- that her decades-old manuscript for a sequel had been rediscovered and will be released.
The trial is set to begin next week for the man accused in the fatal shootings of famed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
The United Nations says the Islamic State group is systematically killing, torturing and raping children.
Lawyers for victims of the Sept. 11 attacks say they have new evidence that agents of Saudi Arabia "directly and knowingly" helped the hijackers.
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