Alabama's conservation department is banning the importation of deer carcasses from Mississippi to stop the spread of disease.
About halfway through Friday's Poetry Slam, 8-year-old Amahd Brown ascended stage at South Side Elementary School to a chorus of snapping fingers from the audience.
A piece of legislation crafted in the memory of former Mississippi State University track and field athlete Kaelin Kersh is aiming to prevent the type of accidents with law enforcement vehicles that took her life.
A bill the Mississippi House passed Wednesday to expand where enhanced concealed carry permit holders can take firearms has university leaders across the state worried.
Friends, relatives, and admirers gathered Saturday to say goodbye to a remarkable man who had every reason to be filled with hate, but lived his days with nothing but love for everyone who crossed his path.
On the day before Scott Reed was to leave his home in West Point to travel to Washington, D.C. to help a group of 150 volunteers decorate the White House for Christmas, he was hurriedly working on decorations at a client's home.
Two people have died following a head-on collision in Hamilton.
The alleged shooter of a high school in Kentucky and his mother have ties to the Golden Triangle.
A Noxubee County native has won thousands of dollars in cash prizes on NBC's TV game show Wheel of Fortune.
Mississippi's 4.6 percent seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for December 2017 is the lowest rate for the state since the U.S. Labor Department began calculating state unemployment rates in January 1976, according to monthly data released this week by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
A Starkville man is behind bars for sexual battery.
Tronox Corp. has filed suit against the Federal Trade Commission, claiming the regulatory body is deliberating delaying action in an effort to block the mining/chemical company's efforts to complete a sale which would more than double its sales of titanium dioxide (TiO2).
On Feb. 1, the ACT Center in Columbus will go about business as usual.
A three-day federal government shutdown is over, after lawmakers passed a continuing resolution to fund the government through at least Feb. 8.
One day after a hard overnight freeze earlier this month, Starkville resident Vaughn Nickels went into her kitchen to find what she described as a "waterfall."
Snow, ice and a record-breaking blast of cold closed runways, highways, schools and government offices across the South and sent cars sliding off roads Wednesday in a corner of the country ill-equipped to deal with wintry weather.
Bitter cold, but quiet. Utility companies and law enforcement said there were no major power outages or accidents since the winter storm began moving through the Golden Triangle Tuesday morning.
1. Cannizaro out as MSU baseball coach STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
2. Pride denied: Aldermen shoot down LGBT parade request STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. Petition calls for Baptist to reinstate privileges for longtime OBGYN COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Caledonia student arrested for weapon possession may have been bullied COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Man gets 40 years for killing cousin COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY