The "Magical Mystery Map Tour" made stops in Starkville and Columbus Saturday, drawing citizens and legislators alike.
Dozens of church groups and Christian motorcycle clubs were among those packing Sturgis this weekend for the Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally.
After crossing union workers' picket lines at Omnova Solutions Inc., at least three local businesses have had roofing tacks thrown in their driveways, said Lowndes County Sheriff Butch Howard.
A federal judge denied and granted parts of a motion to suppress evidence in a Lowndes County man's federal child pornography trial.
School districts around the Golden Triangle are touting their improvements today following the release of 2009-2010 accountability testing results.
The dog days of summer are particularly dangerous for dogs, who are even more susceptible to heat stroke than humans, veterinarians warn, urging residents to protect their pets.
Education gets a two-day celebration in Starkville this weekend as parent organizations are holding events to raise money for education and to show off the new schools.
Three masked men used a truck stolen from Columbus And Greenville Railway to knock down the wall of a pawnshop early Friday.
Two armed, masked men entered a Main Street convenience store early Friday in what was reported as an attempted robbery.
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker hadn't dropped in on his namesake center at Mississippi University for Women in a couple of years, so he swung through Thursday to catch up.
Twelve children and an adult were injured Thursday evening when a church van crashed into a pickup truck driven by a Columbus police officer's stepson.
The woods west of Old West Point Road have been cleared and the surveyors' flags have been laid as construction began this month on the Pat Station Road extension project.
Lawmakers will return to the Capitol next week to consider an incentive package for a $500 million economic development project.
The "Tonight Show" host and comedian will appear Saturday at the Beau Rivage Theater in a benefit performance for residents who have been impacted by the BP oil spill.
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