Three masked men used a truck stolen from Columbus And Greenville Railway to knock down the wall of a pawnshop early Friday.
Two armed, masked men entered a Main Street convenience store early Friday in what was reported as an attempted robbery.
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker hadn't dropped in on his namesake center at Mississippi University for Women in a couple of years, so he swung through Thursday to catch up.
Twelve children and an adult were injured Thursday evening when a church van crashed into a pickup truck driven by a Columbus police officer's stepson.
Foul play is not suspected in a car fire that broke out at the BP gas station at Highway 69 and Hughes Road near New Hope on Monday.
Two young women were injured in a three-vehicle wreck this morning in East Columbus.
Columbus police are seeking a masked man who tried to rape an 85-year-old woman in the Northhaven Woods neighborhood Thursday.
A blue 2000 Ford Mustang swerved to miss another car and ran into a stop sign and the corner of a Southside house early Wednesday while the family inside was eating breakfast.
Two union workers were arrested at Omnova Wednesday evening while they were protesting the way the company treated them.
Will Lowndes County lose a representative in the Mississippi Legislature? Will a redistricting plan be approved before the June 1 qualifying deadline for elections?
True to his word, state Commissioner of Higher Education Dr. Hank Bounds is not rushing the process to find a permanent president for Mississippi University for Women.
Around the Golden Triangle, enrollment at public schools is up, while some private schools have experienced a decrease.
A 26-year-old Columbus man was injured Wednesday when he and two other men tried to outrun a train in his mother's white GMC Yukon XL.
As long as the lights stay on, most people are content to stay in the dark about who runs their electric company.
The Lowndes County Circuit Court has several high-profile cases slated for this month, including trials for depraved heart murder, capital murder and statutory rape by a police officer.
Joseph Shelton cooked a meal in his house on Tuesday for the first time in 14 years. He has lived without electricity or running water since 1996 and was happy to continue that way until the city of Columbus gave him 30 days to turn on his utilities.
The Columbus City Council Tuesday adopted a "complete street" ordinance, awarded a bid on an infrastructure improvement project for a local hotel and restaurant development, and hired a city planner.
For the first time since he was hired three years ago, the Columbus Police Department is at full force, Chief Joseph St. John told Rotary Club members Tuesday.
A 63-year-old man was moderately injured Monday when his pickup truck left the road, hitting a culvert and utility pole in Lowndes County.
A car caught fire while it was attached to the pump at a BP gas station in New Hope Monday morning, and the car's unknown driver fled the scene.
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