The Mississippi Supreme Court may decide a Lowndes County case that could set precedent on whether a private employer can lawfully terminate an employee for storing a firearm in a locked vehicle on company property.
The city of Columbus is conducting maintenance work on its camera system along the Riverwalk.
District Attorney Forrest Allgood said his 26-year tenure as lead prosecutor for Lowndes, Clay, Noxubee and Oktibbeha counties has filled him with purpose and passion.
The Red Cross is looking for donated office space in Columbus.
A Columbus woman was assaulted at dawn Wednesday by a masked man while she was running along First Street, near the Riverwalk, according to Capt. Fred Shelton with the Columbus Police Department.
CalStar, an eco-friendly brick/masonry manufacturer, ended production at its Lowndes County facility on Oct. 2.
The search is ongoing for seven of eight firearms stolen from a Columbus Police Department officer's home in two separate break-ins since September 2014.
The Lowndes County School District Board of Trustees held a special session meeting Wednesday to approve bids for three construction efforts totaling $2.56 million.
The Columbus City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to create a new committee to review six months of action by Columbus Police Department's Special Operations Group.
Lowndes County voters elected deputy circuit clerk Teresa Barksdale as the county's new circuit clerk Tuesday.
A crowd marched to the Columbus Municipal Complex during Tuesday night's city council meeting to draw attention to the police-involved shooting death of Ricky Ball last month.
For many in the Golden Triangle, all that is known of PACCAR is the massive facility that commands the landscape along Highway 82 between Columbus and Starkville.
All departments of the Columbus Air Force Base medical clinic will begin moving into the newly renovated building Thursday, requiring the temporary closure of some services.
Around 400 Columbus residents turned out for a public meeting Monday night to ask city officials questions about the Oct. 16 shooting death of Ricky Ball.
Members of the Columbus City Council said they were surprised to learn of Columbus Police Chief Tony Carleton's decision to step down.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to comply with a court order from the district's three chancery court judges to ban firearms from courthouse grounds when court is in session.
Tony Carleton submitted a letter of resignation to Columbus Mayor Robert Smith on Sunday announcing his intent to step down as the chief of the Columbus Police Department.
Authorities say Ricky Ball pointed a pistol at a Columbus police officer before being fatally shot on the night of Oct. 16.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith is holding a public meeting at 6 p.m. today to discuss the police-involved shooting death of Ricky Ball.
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