Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood was a few minutes late for his appearance at the Columbus Rotary Club Tuesday.
The city of Columbus "won't oppose" a broad subpoena request from the Mississippi Ethics Commission, according to city attorney Jeff Turnage.
More than 10 years after the incidents are alleged to have occurred and three years after an indictment was handed down, a former Palmer Home for Children house parent still awaits trial for sexually abusing two sisters on their eighth birthdays.
A Columbus man is accused of statutory rape after allegedly having sex with a minor younger than 14.
A break-in at a Lowndes County vehicle barn has officials considering more stringent security at county facilities.
Lowndes County will wait to gather proposals from local health providers before deciding what to do with a potential shared-site health care clinic.
Columbus police have identified a suspect in an armed robbery attempt in the Wal-Mart parking lot on Highway 45.
Columbus' city hall is 113 years old. To Jeff Johnson, it's a testament to its builders' craftsmanship.
Most days, Chase Gray is a pharmacist in Memphis, Tennessee.
The Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees approved its 2016-17 budget earlier this week.
The Lowndes County School District on Friday unanimously approved sending a resolution requesting funding for the 2016-17 fiscal year to the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors.
Columbus police have arrested a local man who allegedly stole a vehicle.
Almost two years since California developer/preservationist Gayle Guynup purchased the old train depot, the exterior renovations to the 130-year-old building are complete.
The city of Columbus is projecting a balanced budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
An alleged shoplifter who tried to reach the Alabama state line Wednesday to shake law enforcement didn't quite make it.
Joey Bragg is no longer the president of the Columbus-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce, according to a press release the Golden Triangle Development LINK issued Wednesday.
The city of Columbus, Lowndes County and Columbus Light and Water may soon partner for a shared primary health care provider.
As chairman of the Senate Education Committee, Mississippi Sen. Gray Tollison suggests student achievement in the state is on the rise, but the academic advancement will "not happen overnight."
Officers with the Columbus Police Department are investigating a Monday night shooting.
It started in the 1987 when Kay McElroy, new to the Caledonia area, learned of a cougar for sale in the area.
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