After months of campaigning, Place 3 judge candidates are entering the final stretch leading up to the runoff election Tuesday.
A Columbus man faces felony charges of assaulting a police officer by smashing a window in his face.
A Columbus woman was shot in the back Friday night in south Columbus.
Authorities say an 8-year-old boy struck by a bus at Leflore County Elementary School is hospitalized in stable condition.
On November 22, 2010 Aurora Flight Sciences will unveil Orion, a flight vehicle demonstrator that will stay aloft for up to five days.
A Mississippi arts group and a Starkville community volunteer are each receiving a $50,000 grant to help promote their work.
A Mississippi man who authorities thought had been dead for more than 15 years pleaded not guilty Friday to kidnapping a 12-year-old girl whose body was found by hunters in remote Louisiana woods.
Residents of Starkville and Oktibbeha County still have time to submit their nominations to the Greater Starkville Development Partnership for the organization's annual "best-of" awards in business, education, military and community service.
The Starkville Police Department Thursday released its arrest blotter dating back to Nov. 10.
The state has given Columbus Light & Water permission to forego $15 million in facility upgrades that would have increased the city's sludge output.
The Thanksgiving holiday is the heaviest traveled holiday each year, according to the American Automobile Association. Some need-to-know info to help you on the road and in the air:
Thanks aren't the only thing that will be given on Thursday. Multiple groups and churches will offer free meals. Several will deliver. And all will try to find a place for eager volunteers.
Holiday travel, like the economy, is picking up this year, which could mean more traffic and longer waits at some airports for Thanksgiving travelers.
A former Army soldier who claimed to be mentally disturbed from his deployment in Iraq was convicted of capital murder Thursday in the abduction and shooting death of an Auburn University student from Georgia.
Downtown Starkville's street corners are bare this week as the trees and shrubs which once occupied dozens of concrete planters have been moved to the Starkville Community Market site one block south.
The deadline to enter this year's Starkville Christmas Parade is approaching.
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