An Alabama man died in Jackson overnight from injuries sustained in a serious wreck in Columbus.
Work has begun on a long-awaited repaving project in the Leigh Mall parking area.
Columbus police are searching for a suspect in a Friday night armed robbery.
A major ditch project related to the former Kerr-McGee plant should be underway by the end of the month.
The news director for the Tupelo-based WTVA television station has filed an open meetings complaint against Lowndes County with the Mississippi Ethics Commission.
Four years ago, Tina Sweeten-Lunsford, executive director of the Columbus Arts Council, had a problem. She had a volunteer working 40 hours a week...for no pay.
A federal judge has denied former Columbus police officer Canyon Boykin's request to delay a civil suit he filed against the city until after his manslaughter charge goes to trial.
Columbus will soon begin work on a $5 million project to pave more than 90 streets across the city.
In 1966, Columbus college freshman Diane Hardy enrolled at Mississippi State College for Women, along with her two friends Barbara Turner Bankhead and Laverne Greene Leech. They were the first black students to ever do so.
Columbus Light and Water customers will see a 1.5 percent rate increase on their electric bills starting Oct. 1.
Lowndes County supervisors voted to reduce county funding to the Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority during a specially-called meeting Thursday morning.
Clair McDougall has a unique job.
A member of Ricky Ball's family spoke out on Thursday for the first time since former Columbus Police Department Officer Canyon Boykin was indicted in Ball's shooting death.
Columbus Light and Water's board will determine today whether to pass on a 1.5 percent rate increase from the Tennessee Valley Authority to customers.
Lowndes County sheriff's deputies arrested a Crawford man this week on suspicion of molesting a minor.
Columbus police officer Kenyada Blair has submitted her letter of resignation.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith told the Rotary Club on Tuesday he believes city's school district needs leadership changes.
Columbus police officer Kenyada Blair engaged in a more than 12-minute anger-driven siege of a locked bedroom before she ultimately physically attacked her alleged victim, evidence authorities shared Tuesday with The Dispatch indicates.
Columbus has officially crossed the $10 million milestone for yearly sales tax collections for the first time ever.
Workers with J&R Farms of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, hydroseed the former Gilmer Inn site in Columbus Monday afternoon.
1. New trial granted for man convicted of capital murder COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Slain man alleged victim in pending assault case COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY