Two Columbus women were among four Mississippi residents charged with welfare fraud, the state Department of Human Services said.
Mississippi lawmakers have passed an animal cruelty bill that includes a felony charge.
Two West Point men have lost their attempt to get computer equipment taken from their business returned by the state.
Authorities say wind damaged more than 40 homes in central Mississippi, hail the size of golf balls and quarters pounded some areas and heavy rains flooded roads and homes.
The people have spoken, and they want a more pedestrian-friendly downtown with additional parking.
A new glossy magazine featuring Golden Triangle faces and places hits local retailers, newsstands and mailboxes today.
Behind striped knee-highs, short skirts and fish-net pantyhose lie hard-core athletes. And they have the blood, sweat and broken bones to prove it.
In the coming weeks, car buyers will have difficulty finding the model they want in certain colors, and Toyota, Honda and other companies will lose billions of dollars in revenue.
Americans are getting fatter, and the diets that have led to ever-expanding waistlines are only getting worse, according to a new report that ranks Mississippi first and Alabama second for the worst eating habits in the United States.
The Gordy Honors College Forum Series will host Rudy Reyes Thursday at 6 p.m. in Nissan Auditorium in Parkinson Hall on the campus of Mississippi University for Women.
Recent crime has revived an all-but-forgotten institution in Columbus: The neighborhood watch.
Columbus' Xavier Fairley, who helps people realize their fairy tale dreams in his new career as a carriage driver, is a bit of a Cinderella story himself.
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