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Highway Patrol to increase patrols on New Year's Eve

Posted 12/30/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

The Mississippi Highway Patrol is encouraging drivers to think twice before they get behind the wheel of a car after New Year's Eve drinking.


Ellis won't seek re-appointment to CVB

Posted 12/30/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Lowndes County supervisors were informed during their meeting today that Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau board of directors member Leon Ellis will not seek reappointment.

Wanted Tupelo bank robber killed after robbery in Phoenix

Posted 12/30/2013 in State

The Secret Service says that the man authorities have linked to a three-state bank robbery spree, the killing of one Mississippi police officer, and wounding of another was arrested in 2010 after being accused of making online threats against the president.

Federal health care sign-ups pass 1 million

Posted 12/30/2013 in National

The government's rehabilitated health insurance website has seen a December surge in customer sign-ups, pushing enrollment past the 1 million mark, the Obama administration says.


Judge dismisses Katrina flooding lawsuits

Posted 12/30/2013 in Area

Dozens of lawsuits seeking damages from the federal government for Hurricane Katrina-related levee failures and flooding in the New Orleans area are over.



Officials organize to address recidivism

Posted 12/30/2013 in State

Officials from criminal justice programs and religious and civil liberties organizations are working on a program to create a Reentry Council to help former inmates become productive citizens and to reduce prison recidivism.



Analysis: McInnis, Allain among Miss. deaths

Posted 12/30/2013 in State

State Rep. Mack McInnis helped 1994 become one of the worst years for Mississippi inmates. McInnis, who died in April at age 79, wanted inmates to wear stripes. How he said it put him in the national spotlight.



Teachers find home visits help in the classroom

Posted 12/30/2013 in National

In days gone by, a knock on the door by a teacher or school official used to mean a child was in trouble. Not anymore, at least for parents and students at Clay Elementary School.


Legal pot sales begin amid doubt in Colo.

Posted 12/30/2013 in National

A gleaming white Apple store of weed is how Andy Williams sees his new Denver marijuana dispensary.

Grave marker project helps bury the blues

Posted 12/30/2013 in National

Blues guitarist Tommy Bankhead rubbed shoulders with some of the genre's royalty, from Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James to Albert King and Sonny Boy Williamson. But visitors to the overgrown St. Louis cemetery where Bankhead was buried more than a decade ago would never know his musical legacy. Or his name.


GOP can count ways to Senate majority

Posted 12/30/2013 in National

Republicans count enough competitive races to challenge Democrats for control of the Senate in the 2014 elections, if only they can figure out what to do with the tea party.


MSU senior wins $3K-plus on Cashwords

Posted 12/28/2013 in Columbus & Lowndes County

After 18 months and tens of thousands of entries, Cashwords has a winner. Willie Davis, 22, of Starkville won the $3,200 prize. Davis, a senior at Mississippi State University, said he was "overwhelmed" when he learned he won the cash payout.

Staying busy in deer season: In the woods of Alabama, a South African butcher plies his trade

Posted 12/28/2013 in Area

On the road that connects Steens, Miss., and Vernon, Ala., there is a man deer hunters sometimes wait in line to see. His name is Adrian Van Zyl. He is an intense but amiable 47-year-old South African with a mustache and thick forearms. Usually, he is wearing a red apron and holding a knife.


Company: Tuscaloosa shale well clogged

Posted 12/28/2013 in Area

One of the largest leaseholders in the Tuscaloosa marine shale oil field that spans central Louisiana and southwest Mississippi says it has run into problems with a key well in the area.



Crowds turn out to support fallen Tupelo officer

Posted 12/28/2013 in Area

There was a massive showing of support Friday for the family of deceased Tupelo Police Sgt. Kevin "Gale" Stauffer, who was shot and killed by a fleeing suspect when responding to a bank robbery on Monday.



Rescue of icebound Antarctic ship faces setback

Posted 12/28/2013 in National

A Chinese icebreaker that was en route to rescue a ship trapped in Antarctic ice was forced to turn back on Saturday after being unable to push its way through the heavy sea ice.



The race of Jesus: Unknown, yet powerful

Posted 12/28/2013 in National

For two thousand years, he has been worshipped and adored. Multitudes look to him each day. And yet nobody really knows the face of Jesus.



High stakes for families losing unemployment benefit

Posted 12/28/2013 in National

The end of unemployment checks for more than a million people on Saturday is driving out-of-work Americans to consider selling cars, moving and taking minimum wage work after already slashing household budgets and pawning personal possessions to make ends meet.



Police: Shooter embroiled in divorce

Posted 12/28/2013 in National

It might have appeared that Ben Freeman was trying to right some wrongs in his life in the months before police say he killed three people and himself.



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