After a five-month search, 4-County Electric Power Association named Joe B. Cade its new CEO and general manager today.
As John and Lakeisha Randle walked along the side of Louisville Street Monday afternoon, traffic passed by just feet from where the duo stepped diligently over gravel, grass patches and driveways.
A West Point man wanted for armed robbery and assault is in custody in Missouri.
The Columbus City Council looks to fill some holes on various city boards tonight when it meets at 5 p.m. at the Municipal Complex.
An Alabama high school football coach faces seven more counts of sexual misconduct in Monroe County, three days after he was jailed on federal charges.
Young Kabir Karriem had a front-row seat as the business and entertainment district along Seventh Avenue celebrated the community, with a humble street festival.
Anna Jordan couldn't help but smile as she stood at the corner of North Montgomery Street and Greenfield Drive Friday and watched the afternoon traffic.
Former Columbus Packet Advertising Director Aimee Shaw, who was arrested late Saturday night for embezzling from the weekly newspaper, remained in jail this morning.
A 25-year-old pregnant woman was critically injured Saturday morning after she flipped a stolen minivan in a Lowndes County road-side ditch.
As hunters suit up for deer season, tragedies like that of 17-year-old Spencer Perkins serve as grim reminders about safe gun-handling.
STARKVILLE -- A convoy of fire trucks with some not-so-conventional paint jobs will roll through Starkville next month.
STARKVILLE -- In the wake of a contract dispute between Starkville Recycling and the city of Starkville, the city's Board of Aldermen Tuesday will consider whether or not to request proposals from companies capable of continuing Starkville's curbside recycling pickup program.
The westbound lanes of Highway 82 were closed for more than 45 minutes late Friday after a car burst into flames on the shoulder.
The men and women of the 14th Flying Training Wing gathered at a ceremony at Smith Plaza to remember and pay their respects to those servicemembers declared a prisoner of war or missing in action.
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