A Harvard University student says he lost his internship at Facebook after he launched a browser application from his dorm room that exploited privacy flaws on the company's mobile messenger.
Blame the bunny. Kylie Jenner's new bunny, to be exact.
Starkville's Islamic Center of Mississippi is closed.
Throughout the 19 years that Tina Sweeten-Lunsford and her wife, Kari, have been together, they have talked about growing their family by adopting a child.
Jim Hicks, who along with Tray Gamble owns Mugshots in Starkville and Meridian, told The Dispatch this week a plan is in place to bring the popular eatery to Columbus.
A Columbus, Ohio, man suspected of a quadruple murder has been tracked down in Oktibbeha County, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
The Columbus city council on Wednesday unanimously approved cuts that will nearly eliminate the deficit from the city's projected fiscal year 2016 budget.
The Columbus Municipal School District is looking to sell the shuttered Lee Middle School and the Lowndes County School District is interested in buying.
Monday marked the beginning of a new school year for the Columbus Municipal School District.
Officials from three Mississippi cities and the Tennessee Valley Authority are urging residents to beat the heat and be energy efficiency in doing it.
Former President Jimmy Carter, who at age 90 still travels the world supporting the humanitarian endeavors that have consumed his time in the decades since he left office, announced Wednesday he has cancer that has spread to other parts of his body.
A man from Reform, Alabama, will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of sexually abusing multiple children.
The state Court of Appeals has denied a denied a new trial to a Columbus man who pleaded guilty to charges he tried to bribe a Starkville police officer.
The Columbus Police Department is searching for Desmun Chandler, a Columbus resident.
The U.S. government ran a much higher budget deficit in July than a year ago, but it's still on track for the lowest full-year deficit in eight years.
As many Mississippians struggle to understand how two of their own could allegedly fall under the influence of radical extremists' messages, a Mississippi State University assistant professor of marketing says groups like the Islamic State group (IS) find recruiting success by selling their organization as a brand that can fill various voids in their lives.
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