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Arrest report: 8-15-14

Posted 8/15/2014 in Area

Congressman wants to curb military surplus program

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

Images of police outfitted in paramilitary gear clashing with protesters in suburban St. Louis after the weekend shooting death of unarmed black teenager is giving new impetus to efforts to rein in a Pentagon program that provides free machine guns and other surplus military equipment to local law enforcement agencies.

Turmoil, tear gas give way to hope

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

County police in riot gear and armored tanks gave way to state troopers walking side-by-side with thousands of protesters as the St. Louis suburb where an unarmed black teen was shot by a city police officer overwhelmingly avoided violence Thursday after nearly a week of unrest and mounting public tension.

Pope's small car fascinates South Koreans

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

Pope Francis' choice of wheels during his five-day South Korean visit has surprised many in this painfully self-conscious country, where big shots rarely hit the streets in anything but expensive luxury cars.

Ebola puts focus on drugs made in tobacco plants

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

It's an eye-catching angle in the story of an experimental treatment for Ebola: The drug comes from tobacco plants that were turned into living pharmaceutical factories.


Lawsuit challenges loss to Sen. Cochran in Miss.

Posted 8/15/2014 in State

A tea party-backed candidate asked a Mississippi court on Thursday to declare him the winner of the June 24 Republican runoff against incumbent U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran or order a new election.



Robin Williams' wife: He had Parkinson's

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

Robin Williams was in the early stages of Parkinson's disease at the time of his death, his wife said Thursday.



Study blames humans for most of melting glaciers

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

More than two-thirds of the recent rapid melting of the world's glaciers can be blamed on humans, a new study finds.



Big sinkhole develops on U.S. 61 in Natchez

Posted 8/15/2014 in State

State highway workers have blocked off a big sinkhole that developed this week on U.S. 61 near Natchez Regional Medical Center.



Obama: No Iraq rescue; further airdrops unlikely

Posted 8/15/2014 in National

President Barack Obama on Thursday promised to expand U.S. humanitarian relief to Iraqis threatened by the advancing army of the Islamic State militants.


Browning on Business: Columbus getting a new pizza restaurant, fabric store

Posted 8/14/2014 in Business

Lost Pizza Company is coming to Columbus.


Fire death ruled a homicide

Posted 8/14/2014 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Authorities say a Lowndes County woman discovered dead inside of her home following a Monday morning fire was murdered.


Man's body recovered in pond near Tronox

Posted 8/14/2014 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Rescue teams this morning recovered the body of a Tronox contract employee believed to have drowned while operating a dredger in a pond behind the plant.

Family affair at West Point Rodeo

Posted 8/14/2014 in Area

Six men dragged metal fencing and gates through the coarse sand at Eagle Ranch in West Point on Tuesday afternoon. They linked up the gates, and piece by piece pens began to emerge that will contain tense cowboys and eager beasts Friday and Saturday night. They mounted a sign that read "Welcome Rodeo Fans." The men moved efficiently -- they've done this before.

Site work continues on old Sara Lee plant

Posted 8/14/2014 in Area

Earlier this week, trucks began arriving at the old Sara Lee plant to haul rubble away.


Same-sex couple files marriage license in Oktibbeha

Posted 8/14/2014 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Ravi Perry and Paris Prince went to Oktibbeha County's courthouse Wednesday and filed their marriage license with the government, a mundane task couples complete on a routine basis.


MUW ready for student move-in

Posted 8/14/2014 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Approximately 400 college students -- from seniors to freshmen -- will move to Columbus on Saturday during student move-in day at Mississippi University for Women.

Protests turn violent in St. Louis suburb

Posted 8/14/2014 in National

Police used tear gas and smoke bombs to repel crowds who threw Molotov cocktails during another violent night on the streets of a St. Louis suburb in the wake of the shooting of the unarmed 18-year old Michael Brown.


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