Lydia Martinez thought the popping noise was a firework the night her daughter, she claims, shot Manuel Vasquez.
A Columbus man was shot in the back Thursday evening, police say.
Inside a large, open classroom at Columbus High School, Chuck Mullins and Kayla Patel are building an elephant.
A Columbus man accused of making a false bomb threat to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle last week is facing up to a decade behind bars.
A chancery court judge has denied the state Ethics Commission's motion to intervene in a city of Columbus appeal of a 2014 decision.
Tuition at Mississippi University for Women will be $6,065 beginning next fall, an increase of $284.
The Columbus Police Department has extended its Toy Drive application process through Tuesday.
The Columbus Police Department is joining Twitter.
Each year, sometimes more often than that, Joe Max Higgins addresses the Columbus Rotary Club to provide updates on economic development in the Golden Triangle.
Julie Parker told the Columbus City Council on Tuesday evening she does not want her neighborhood to be an easy crime target.
Columbus Main Street on Monday unveiled its official artwork for the 2016 Market Street Festival.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is advising residents to take caution as severe storms may impact Mississippi today and Wednesday.
Around 100 people, many of them college students, gathered in the Pope Banquet Hall on Mississippi University for Women's campus Monday night for a forum on the state flag.
The Lowndes County School District Board of Trustees approved two bids on 16th Section land and set in motion a process to change the time of their regularly scheduled meetings Monday at West Lowndes Elementary School.
Officers from the Columbus Police Department have arrested a man in connection with kidnapping and armed robbery, according to a media release from the CPD.
When Shilica Rice wants to smoke, she steps outside her apartment and lights up.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors spent most of Friday's board meeting hearing complaints about two previous actions, including a gun rights advocate and a business owner appealing a ruling relating to the county's nightclub ordinance.
Two recent downtown criminal instances are prompting residents and business owners to take their concerns before the city council.
Authorities from the Federal Bureau of Investigation have arrested a man suspected of making a false bomb threat to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle.
District Attorney-elect Scott Colom has made the first hire for his staff.
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