In an effort to combat employee turnover, Yokohama Tire Corporation created a new work schedule for its West Point plant employees.
In 1856, Catherine Atkins, a 26-year-old free woman of color from Maryland, sued Lowndes County resident Dunston Banks for illegally holding her as a slave -- and won.
A Columbus man will spend 35 years in prison for fatally shooting a man outside a convenience store two years ago.
A new ballistic missile defense system being developed for Israel will have a bit of the Golden Triangle in it.
When disaster strikes and donations begin pouring in, relief workers know they'll get plenty of the usual staples -- bottled water, nonperishable foods and clothing. But there is one needed item that is almost always in short supply: Underwear.
A man accused and tried three times for the 2011 murder of his disabled cousin has been found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.
In 1935, in the back room of McPeters Furniture store in Corinth, a handful of residents devised a plan that reshaped rural America. Up until then, electricity was almost exclusively a benefit of living in cities and the big city utility companies showed no interest in absorbing the cost of extending electricity to sparsely-populated areas.
Even though they had known each other for years, each time Tommy Lott called the Brunini Law Firm to speak with attorney Gordon Flowers, Lott would always spell out his name to the receptionist. "It's Lott," he would say. "L-O-T-T."
When Southeastern Conference official Stan Murray arrived at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas, hours before kickoff of a Texas A&M game last fall, he was looking for his designated parking spot -- Lot 62, Space 710.
Thursday marked the first day of classes at Mississippi University for Women, and for the two featured speakers at The W's Town & Tower Luncheon, the start of the fall semester holds even more significance.
Brandon Presley is not a cartographer by training or occupation.
A Lowndes County woman arrested in three separate incidents this year for allegedly attacking her husband has been indicted for attempted murder.
A former Palmer Home house parent accused of sexually assaulting twin 8-year-olds girls in 2006 has had his trial postponed after not enough people showed up for jury duty.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors and Columbus City Council passed matching resolutions during special meetings Wednesday for a new restaurant sales tax proposal on the eve of a special session of the Mississippi Legislature.
Not one computer station sat open Wednesday afternoon in the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library on Seventh Street North.
A Columbus woman faces a charge of felony child abuse in connection with an alleged abuse of a relative, according Columbus Police Chief Fred Shelton.
Mississippi University for Women Police Department officially has a new police chief.
Imagine if the Golden Triangle merged with New York City and suddenly had access to all of the talents and resources of The Big Apple.
A grand jury elected not to press charges against officers involved in a deadly chase in March 2017.
A Columbus man has been arrested for his involvement in what police initially thought was an accidental shooting Saturday.
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