A two-vehicle wreck on Highway 45 North Friday evening resulted in one person being transported to the hospital.
Campaign finances: Spending outpaces contributions by $30,000 in Lowndes County races
According to police, a woman was stabbed Friday night in South Columbus.
As residents prepare to turn back the clocks Sunday, Columbus Fire and Rescue wants to remind residents to make another change that could save lives.
The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office reports the following felony arrests.
After nearly five months without a permanent superintendent, the Columbus Municipal School District is ready to move forward in the search, releasing a 12-point list of criteria Thursday that will be used to advertise for candidates.
A fire caused severe damage to a Columbus home early Thursday morning.
The three names left in the superintendent election all have one thing in mind: the students of Lowndes County.
U.S. Air Force officials announced plans this week to slash more than 13,500 civilian jobs next year, but Columbus Air Force Base is expected to emerge largely unscathed by the brunt of the cost-saving measures.
With less than a week before the Nov. 8 general election, county officials across Mississippi -- including in Lowndes and Oktibbeha -- are frantically trying to cope with a state error on ballots which was discovered after hundreds of absentee ballots had already been cast.
Columbus police are looking for a man who is believed to have robbed Miller's OK Tire Store on Highway 45 North Wednesday afternoon.
A scary incident occurred today when a vehicle made an unwelcome entrance into Tucker's Play and Learn daycare center on Alabama Street.
Sale Elementary International Studies Magnet School is not the wealthiest of schools within the Columbus Municipal School District. Approximately 88 percent of its students receive free or reduced lunch. And yet, Principal Nancy Bragg is beginning to see something interesting: When it comes to helping those less fortunate, the students no longer wait for their teachers' direction; they take the initiative upon themselves to make a difference.
The finalists for the Columbus police chief position have dwindled to four, and the subcommittee is left with four members.
Only four finalists remain in the Columbus police chief search, and it seems it will stay that way.
Burning calories couldn't be so rewarding.
Columbus police responded to a 911 call Monday morning that a number of vehicles at the 900 block of 10th Street North had windows busted out in a parking lot.
Only two percent of Cub Scouts go on to earn the coveted silver wings. It's an arduous journey requiring time, discipline and a focused dedication that's not always easy to sell to today's teenagers.
The life of the old Lowndes County Extension Building on Third Avenue North could be coming to an end soon.
The Department of Human Services responded to a child walking alone on the streets Saturday morning. Columbus police responded to a call about a 4-year-old child walking alone at the 1100 block of Second Ave. N. at around 10:35 a.m.
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