The Columbus city council on Wednesday unanimously approved cuts that will nearly eliminate the deficit from the city's projected fiscal year 2016 budget.
The Columbus Municipal School District is looking to sell the shuttered Lee Middle School and the Lowndes County School District is interested in buying.
Monday marked the beginning of a new school year for the Columbus Municipal School District.
Officials from three Mississippi cities and the Tennessee Valley Authority are urging residents to beat the heat and be energy efficiency in doing it.
The state Court of Appeals has denied a denied a new trial to a Columbus man who pleaded guilty to charges he tried to bribe a Starkville police officer.
The Columbus Police Department is searching for Desmun Chandler, a Columbus resident.
Columbus Light & Water General Manager Todd Gale split his time as guest speaker at the Columbus Rotary Club on Tuesday between updating the audience on the utility company's projects and fielding questions from the audience.
A child was transported to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle with minor injuries after being struck by a silver car this morning.
Blossom Brown, a senior at Mississippi University for Women, received the shock of her life Sunday night when on the TV show, "I Am Cait," Caitlyn Jenner promised to pay Brown's way through nursing school.
Columbus city employees are scheduled to receive a 3-percent pay raise in the upcoming fiscal year.
Local viewers may see familiar sites tonight on ESPN.
U.S. Marshals arrested a Columbus man Thursday who was wanted for his alleged role in two robberies and a burglary in Columbus and a bank robbery in Alabama.
The case against a Lowndes County man accused of killing the 4-year-old child of his girlfriend in January is slated to go to trial this fall.
Mississippi University for Women's Office of Outreach and Innovation will offer 43 non-credit courses as part of its community Life Enrichment Program this fall.
On June 23, Manuel Vasquez called his friend Paul Vega. It was a brief conversation -- briefer than usual, said Vega, who often spoke with his friend of 27 years.
A Lowndes County man on death row may go before a trial court that will look at new evidence and determine whether or not the evidence will produce a different result or lead to a different sentence.
Phil Alter doesn't like to make a fuss about things.
The National Weather Service in Jackson is warning that this weekend may bring the hottest temperatures of the year so far to Mississippi.
The exact date won't be determined for a few months, but a special election is on the horizon for Ward 5 Councilman Kabir Karriem's seat.
A former Columbus firefighter pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography in federal court on July 27.
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