Investigators with Columbus Police Department are searching for the suspects in what may be an attempted robbery on 31st Avenue.
A man is in the hospital after an alleged assault on Tuesday.
The Lowndes County E-911 board is no more.
One man is at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle with unknown injuries after the car he was driving rear-ended a Columbus Municipal School District school bus Monday morning.
A handful of candidates running for Ward 4 and Ward 5 council positions attended a what will most likely be the last of multiple forums held before the municipal primary elections Tuesday.
An otherwise affable candidate forum grew testy near the end as two mayoral candidates traded barbs with their closing remarks.
Robby D'alessandro, seven months, rocks his "eye" survived cancer shirt with his mom, Savannah D'alessandro, during the Lowndes County American Cancer Society Relay for Life at the Soccer Complex in Columbus on Friday.
Montrell Coburn is in it to win it.
A Columbus woman is behind bars on a child endangerment charge.
Billboards and fliers pushed by an anonymous group that attack Columbus mayoral candidate Selvain McQueen could violate Mississippi campaign finance laws.
A pair of candidate forums this weekend will allow residents a few last chances to hear from candidates before Tuesday's Democratic primary election.
The Columbus Cares grant program is making progress on its first home.
Two women are accused in unrelated incidents of embezzling from Columbus businesses where they were once employed.
Mayor Robert Smith has raised almost $20,000 in his bid for a third term, and at least one of his contributors has direct connections with city government.
Columbus Police Department is sending fourteen trainees to the police academy.
Like most couples in their mid-50s, Majors Alan and Cheryl Phillips of the Columbus Salvation Army have been casting one eye on retirement and all the things they might do.
Six city council candidates, mainly incumbents, raised more than $18,000 by Tuesday's campaign finance reporting deadline for primary candidates.
Democratic mayoral challenger Selvain McQueen walked out of a candidate forum six days ago at Sim Scott Park. On Tuesday, for a planned mayoral forum in the Mississippi University for Women's Nissan Auditorium, he didn't even walk in.
For too long, Meridian has been a drive-through city for many along Interstate 20. Organizers hope a new museum featuring the state's rich arts/entertainment history will change all that.
A team from New Hope is three days into an international competition in Louisville, Kentucky, where a robot they built is competing against other robots from teams around the world.
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