After Chronic Wasting Disease struck deer in nearby states, Alabama is expanding its efforts to monitor the state's deer herd.
Nearly 30 candidates filed paperwork to run for county offices in Lowndes and Oktibbeha counties on Wednesday.
Mississippi Highway Patrol officers reported a quiet enforcement period for Troop G.
A man wanted in Mississippi was caught when a property owner in Alabama spotted him climbing out a window of a house under renovation.
The federal government shutdown has had minimal affect on residents and workers in the Golden Triangle.
When the Mississippi Legislature convenes in Jackson for its 2019 session on Jan. 8, it won't quite be business as usual.
Zachary's customers on Saturday should come ready to party like it's 1999 -- or at least 19-something.
Counties across the state are signing resolutions in favor of what one local supervisor calls a "game changer" -- allowing electric cooperatives to provide high-speed broadband internet.
Will Lummus, 26, doesn't second guess jumping off a running horse to wrestle a 600 pound steer to the ground. If he did, he wouldn't be the third placed steer wrestler in the world.
Lucia Tofts, 7, decorates a gingerbread house Wednesday afternoon at The Haven, an antebellum home in downtown Columbus. The house's owner Vonnie Moody hosted Gingerbread Houses at The Haven.
A West Point man was hospitalized after a Monday night shooting.
2017 was a pretty good year for International Paper, which means 2018 was a good year for educational and nonprofit groups in the communities where the company operates in the U.S. and 24 other countries.
The Starkville Area Arts Council relies heavily on 4-County Electric Power Cooperative.
Kendrell Daniels looks to his role model, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, on how to turn adversity to strength. Daniels, a 19-year-old artist with the EXPRESS Yourself! program at Mississippi State's T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability, was born without arms. He's learned to use his feet to perform a number of day-to-day activities, from using a phone to brushing his teeth.
The visit lasted only a few hours and was, by presidential standards, a no-frills affair. His contact with crowds was limited to waves and even some who shared the stage never got as far as shaking his hand. The event went through without a hitch, despite the drizzly weather. Yet almost 30 years later, those who were there still remember the day George H.W. Bush, the nation's 41st president, arrived in the Golden Triangle to deliver the commencement address at Mississippi State on May 13, 1989.
On Sunday, dozens of dogs and cats from local animal shelters started a journey that organizers hope will ultimately end with them in new homes.
1. Lowndes supervisors ban Kratom COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. County to pay $15K to settle wrongful arrest suit COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Sticking together: Triplets coming to MSU together after brother's acceptance to ACCESS program STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
5. Bowker joins Dispatch as sports editor COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY