City Parks Director Greg Lewis was unanimously re-appointed to the Columbus Housing Authority (CHA) at the Columbus City Council meeting on Tuesday.
Before Robert Beck even made it into the courtroom for his arraignment in Columbus Municipal Court Monday, the suspect in a June shooting at Cracker Barrel was smirking and flashing gun signs at photographers.
A motorist who died Sunday was suffering from medical complications and not from injuries received in a car accident, according to Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant.
One man has died following a shooting in north Columbus Sunday morning.
In June, Capt. Hunter Barnhill won one silver medal and two bronze medals in the Department of Defense Wounded Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
It was 2 p.m. on a Tuesday and Jim Borsig was out of uniform. In the place of his normal a suit and tie, he wore blue jeans and an causal button-down shirt, a sure sign his days as president at Mississippi University for Women were drawing to a close.
A Columbus family lost their home in an afternoon fire in east Columbus Thursday.
In January, the 14th Chancery Court District serving the Golden Triangle will start over with a "fresh slate."
A 13-year-old in Columbus has been hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries after being shot in east Columbus Tuesday night.
Steel Dynamics, Inc. announced Tuesday a plan to add an expansion valued at nearly a quarter billion dollars to its Lowndes County facility, which is expected to create at least 45 jobs in the next three years.
Four individuals have been arrested for felony domestic violence in Lowndes County in the last two weeks.
A man reported missing earlier this week and who authorities asked the public to help look for has contacted his family.
Cracker Barrel reopened its doors Tuesday morning for the first time since a Friday shooting in the restaurant sent one member of management to the hospital.
On Monday, a small sign on the front door of Ryan's Buffet confirmed the restaurant has closed, more than two months after speculation over the restaurant's future began.
An Artesia man was arrested earlier this week for reportedly molesting a child.
This past school year, Cherie Labat looked at 15 different school districts that needed new superintendents -- but only Columbus caught her interest.
As the old quip goes, "Justice may be blind, but it ain't cheap."
The Lee Middle School property on Military Road officially has a new owner.
The three 14th District chancery judges have filed an appeal with the Mississippi Supreme Court, asking the high court to reconsider a June 7 ruling that overturned the judges' order to ban guns in courthouses while court is in session.
A Columbus man is charged with aggravated assault for allegedly shooting an assistant manager Friday afternoon in the Cracker Barrel restaurant on 18th Avenue North.
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