Columbus police are seeking two suspects in an alleged Friday morning armed robbery at the Wingate Hotel.
Police consultant K.B. Turner will present his in-depth analysis of the Columbus Police Department to the city council on Tuesday.
For 20 years, Curtis Bordenave said he has spotted oncoming trends and gotten out ahead of them. Most recently, that's involved efforts to profit from a racial slur.
Columbus hosted representatives from Alabama on Thursday who are looking to the city's downtown as a source of inspiration.
Columbus attorney David Owen and his wife, Renee, are having solar panels installed in their historic Southside home, rental houses and his downtown office building.
Members of the Frank P. Phillips Memorial YMCA branch in New Hope are rallying to save the facility.
A Columbus man is behind bars after allegedly stealing items out of employee sections of local businesses.
Authorities are offering a reward for the capture of a suspect believed to be involved in multiple armed robberies, including one Tuesday at a Sprint Mart.
New Hope's YMCA is closing next month. The Board of Directors for the Frank P. Phillips Memorial YMCA, which has branches in downtown Columbus, Caledonia and New Hope, announced today the branch will close Aug. 31.
A man wanted in connection with a July 19 Lowndes County home invasion is in custody in Tennessee, according to the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office.
The latest food pantry to arrive in Columbus has no building, no staff and, best of all, no stigma.
Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science could be only a year away from drastically shrinking its operations, according to the school's executive director Germain McConnell.
Columbus Police have arrested four juveniles and an 18-year-old for burglary of a downtown Columbus office building.
From the time they were about 6 years old, Bruce Johnson's daughters knew he had guns in the house. They also knew not to touch the guns without an adult present, not to point them at anyone and not to show them to company.
Billie Crowell has lived in her home on Nashville Ferry Road for 30 years. For most of that time, she had to make do with a single window-unit air-conditioner, which meant many uncomfortable Mississippi summers.
The Columbus Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau board is short one member after Lester "Pinky" King submitted his letter of resignation on Monday.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi customers may have noticed lowered health insurance premiums in recent weeks.
A flier circulating on social media calling for boycotts of three local businesses has made an already contentious Southside development issue even more divisive.
A talent show set to take place in Columbus at the end of July could be suspicious, according to two involved local business directors.
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