Gwen Roberson spent the last moments of her life face down on her kitchen floor.
Sunday afternoon, a young mother said the words she had been putting off for months.
Lowndes County Circuit Clerk Haley Salazar said obtaining a marriage license usually takes less than a half hour. That might not initially be the case for same-sex couples should a U.S. District judge grant a preliminary injunction against the state's constitutionally-approved ban on same sex marriage, however.
Students at Mississippi University for Women and Mississippi State University could see a tuition increase.
The local branch of The Salvation Army is asking for the community's help this holiday season.
Before the city of Columbus annexed two months ago, District 3 was unique from the other four in Lowndes County in that none of it fell within the city limits.
If you happened to look up yesterday afternoon, you may have seen a sea of blue balloons over the town of Caledonia.
A teen accused of murdering his neighbor and then setting her house on fire has been indicted for arson and capital murder.
Three weeks of campaigning will come down to Tuesday when voters decide who will serve the remaining year of the late Terry Brown's state senate term.
Senior defensive back from West Point was arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of burglary and domestic violence.
A bond reduction has been denied for a woman accused of fatally shooting another woman in the parking lot of a Columbus restaurant.
For years, Columbus has proclaimed herself "The Friendly City." Now, it's official.
The paperwork is finalized for construction on the 14th Avenue ditch project to start Dec. 1.
The Columbus Exchange Club's annual Wisconsin cheese and summer sausage fundraiser will have a booth set up on designated dates and times beginning Saturday.
Columbus dog owners will soon have a new option for their fluffy companions.
With the sale of helicopters down in the U.S. and globally, Airbus Helicopters has made voluntary severance packages available to its Lowndes County employees.
The Columbus Kiwanis Club welcomed an old friend "back home" Wednesday during its regular monthly luncheon at Lions Hills Center and Golf Club.
For more than nine years, broadcasts of city council meetings have been on channel 3 if you're a Cable One subscriber.
Local restaurateur Bernard Buckhalter has resigned his position on the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors.
Cellular service providers still can't apply to put a tower in a Columbus residential area.
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