For Rollin S. "Polly" Armstrong, it was an easy decision. A lifelong Mississippi State fan, Armstrong watched with great anticipation as the 1940 MSU football team finished with a 10-0-1 record -- the best in program history.
We had tornadoes. Yokohama got closer to reality. We had deputies wounded. A local baseball team became state champions. And much more.
A lot of controversy stirred up by Starkville aldermen in 2013 -- their first six months in office -- followed them into 2014.
There are many definitions of "news," among them something considered unusual, unexpected or out of the norm.
North Korea blamed its recent Internet outage on the United States on Saturday and hurled racially charged insults at President Barack Obama over the hacking row involving the movie "The Interview."
Thousands of police officers from across the nation packed a church and spilled onto streets Saturday to honor Officer Rafael Ramos.
It was supposed to be a joke. "Are you still president?" comedian Stephen Colbert asked Barack Obama earlier this month.
If I were a cartoonist, a phrase cartoonists are loath to hear, I'd sketch a chubby imp dressed in a diaper, sporting a chia Mohawk and munching the last Big Mac on Earth while straddling a nuclear-armed missile that bears a striking resemblance to Dennis Rodman.
Mississippi University for Women plans to make Mississippi healthier with mobile kitchen demonstrations of healthy ingredients and food preparation.
The jobless rate continues to fall in Lowndes County and throughout the Golden Triangle.
The police department has made two arrests in connection with a Dec. 19 shooting that left two men injured at an apartment complex.
The reward for information about whoever burned a 19-year-old woman is nearing $18,000.
The father of a Jordanian pilot captured by the Islamic State group in Syria pleaded for his son's release on Thursday.
At a time when many in the nation's police community feel embattled, Americans in cities and towns across the country are making an effort to express support and gratitude.
Critics and early viewers agree that "The Interview" is less than a masterpiece.
Republicans crowed in 2004 that freshly re-elected President George W. Bush had established a "permanent governing majority" for the GOP.
A woman once on the U.S. Marshals' Most Wanted Fugitives list in connection with the death of her adopted child has died.
There is a new barber shop in Columbus.
If you rise early on Christmas Day, you can see the "Official Best of Mississippi 2014," which features Columbus as "Best Friendly City."
1. Parents' complaints lead to investigation of CMSD special education department COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. 22-year sentence for man with multiple counts of child molestation COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Students leaving CMSD at alarming rate COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Second murder trial ends in hung jury COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY