Tony Mixon, of the Mississippi Department of Transportation's Lowndes County division, uses a front-end loader Tuesday morning to pick up hundreds of processed fish parts from the highway.
A man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly breaking into a church in New Hope.
Officers with the Columbus Police Department are investigating an armed robbery that occurred in north Columbus early Saturday.
One man is behind bars and another sent to the hospital after a knife attack Saturday.
Women teaching women in a field traditionally dominated by men. That's the idea behind the Mississippi State University sponsored Bulldog Bytes camp hosted this week at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Columbus.
A Lowndes County man has been arrested for allegedly strangling his romantic partner.
Work on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater's first phase is expected to finish next month, weather permitting. J5 Broaddus Senior Project Manager Robyn Eastman said progress at the amphitheater has generally progressed well, even with the heavy rains that have hit the area for the past few weeks.
After steady rain the past two weeks, Columbus' Sounds of Summer is back on track, with one adjustment in the performance schedule, according to Columbus Main Street Director Barbara Bigelow.
State and local officials have responded to a number of allegations and concerns from citizens about potential irregularities at the Union voting precinct in the June 6 general election.
It has been six months since the CBS News program "60 Minutes" told the Joe Max Higgins story of how the colorful, homespun economic development CEO brought manufacturing jobs to the Golden Triangle at a time when the industry was stagnant at best.
The Columbus Arts Council has a new director.
Officers with the Columbus Police Department responded Friday to what is now believed to have been an accidental shooting at the home of an accused murderer.
When Ernesto Ball was a kid, he knew many children in his community who wanted to be police officers.
Event organizers are encouraging people to make plans to go to the Lock and Dam on July 1 for the annual Fireworks on the Water.
Columbus Municipal School District does not plan to ask for a property tax increase next fiscal year.
One look at Lexi Moon and you know exactly what she's been up to. The boot on her left foot has a large splatter of white paint and her jeans and T-shirt are smeared with paint, too. Her hands are covered in it.
Three social media posts that landed a Columbus Police Department officer a 28-day suspension are now associated with a former officer's wrongful termination lawsuit against the city in federal court.
The Columbus City Council will wait until its next meeting to finish appointing members to the Municipal Election Commission.
Officers with the Mississippi Highway Patrol responded Tuesday to a private plane that had landed in the middle of the highway.
The house on the corner Sixth Avenue North and Ninth Street in Columbus has been for sale for about a month.
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