If you like the color green, south Lowndes County is your kind of place -- endless acres of forest and farmland. There is one exception, though, 3 1/3 acres of vibrant hues of red, orange and yellow that burst from that infinity of green.
Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant has released the name of a child killed in an apparent accidental shooting Thursday.
The drive past Magnolia Bowl on Fifth Street in Columbus is about to get a little more colorful.
A Falcon Contracting worker was hospitalized Thursday after he was pinned between two vehicles on Second Avenue North.
Before dawn this morning, eight Columbus firefighters were on the road to Leflore County. Their mission: to aid with search and recovery efforts for the military plane that crashed in the Delta Monday.
When tornadoes hit East Columbus and New Hope in 2014, roughly 50 volunteers from the southeast United States and Golden Triangle regions swarmed to Columbus to remove debris and clean up homes.
A Columbus man is behind bars after he allegedly used a debit card he stole from a van.
Robert and Amy Moore are a husband and wife duo devoted not only to each other but to their music.
A group of about 60 Southside residents turned out for Tuesday's Columbus zoning board meeting to protest plans for a three-unit townhouse on a vacant lot, but they were quickly told their complaint could not be considered.
The former Omnova property may soon have a new owner that's interested in attracting a tenant to fill the site.
Columbus Municipal School District's board of trustees approved hiring 13 new teachers during its regular meeting Monday evening, many of whom have little to no teaching experience and three who are still awaiting certification.
Yolanda Holley lives with her dog in the same house she has inhabited since 1978, 10 years after her family moved to Columbus when she was 12.
Sixteen-year-old Eli Box realized something Friday while he was selling Krispy Kreme donuts to raise money to restore downtown Columbus' replica of the Statue of Liberty.
The Dispatch took home 15 awards from the Mississippi Press Association's 2016 Better Newspaper Contest, including four first-place honors.
Victor Summerville had no idea he would be singled out at the Columbus Police Department's annual Black and White Ball Friday to raise money for charity.
Investigators with the Columbus Police Department have released the name of the suspect in a shooting at United Deli Wednesday.
The new term hit a speed bump during Thursday's city council meeting when councilmen knotted over whom to name vice mayor.
Mill values for every tax-levying entity in Lowndes County appear to be up this year, according to preliminary figures from Tax Assessor Greg Andrews' office.
Steven Woodruff remembers the day he bought heroin off the street in Tupelo.
When a single gunshot rang out in the parking lot outside United Deli on Gardner Boulevard in East Columbus Wednesday, customers eating lunch inside rushed to the back of the store and John Musa, the owner and operator, ran out from behind the counter and locked the doors.
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