In a move that surprised his most loyal supporters and former staff, Mitt Romney told several donors Friday he is seriously considering a third run for the White House.
Congressional Republicans and Nebraska's Supreme Court have shipped the Keystone XL oil pipeline project right back to a reluctant President Barack Obama.
Are we all Charlie now?
THE ATCHAFALAYA SWAMP, La. -- The bridge is closed that leads over Bayou Mercier to Greg's cypress cabin, creating a circuitous detour and an even quieter-than-usual space on the edge of the swamp. I don't mind the detour.
Dear Terrorists: OK, you win. We surrender.
As Lowndes County resident Candi Knight stood in her front yard Thursday morning and watched fire ravage her home of 13 years, she had some comfort in knowing both she and her husband, Steve, were safe.
The Columbus Municipal School District will receive $159,610 worth of credit for $506,000 worth of textbooks ordered in May.
Plans are in the works for the construction of a 14-mile pathway that will connect Riverside Park to Columbus Air Force Base.
The inaugural Columbus Christmas Tree Bonfire proceeded as planned Thursday night despite frigid temperatures that surely kept many would-be spectators from attending the event.
Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman issued his promised vetoes of two board resolutions.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith's vision is for the city to be one of hope, choice and opportunity.
A day after terror struck Paris, Europe's far-right and anti-immigrant parties pressed home the message that has fueled their resurgence: The continent's rising numbers of Muslims are dangerous.
Egypt's president opened the new year with a dramatic call for a "revolution" in Islam.
President Barack Obama wants publicly funded community college available to all Americans, a sweeping proposal he argues would strengthen the U.S. workforce.
A 17-year-old girl being forced by state officials to undergo chemotherapy for her cancer said Thursday she understands she'll die if she stops treatment but it should be her decision.
Columbus has hired Mike Anderson of Decatur as the new director for Trotter Convention Center.
Teresa Miller, a corporate communications specialist with the Tennessee-based chain, has confirmed that the restaurant "has plans to join the Columbus business community."
Documents show Vice Mayor Roy A. Perkins initiated Tuesday's executive session motions that repealed Starkville's resolution supporting equality and amended the city's plus-one insurance option to only spouses in state-recognized marriages.
Commitment means something to Bob and Carol Schwanebeck.
1. Hood talks challenges facing Mississippi STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
4. Council terminates officer who allegedly solicited minor COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Two arrested for burglary, receiving stolen property STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY