After being down for some customers for weeks, Columbus-based WCBI-TV expects its signal to be fully restored this week.
Along a secluded stretch of Pierce Road, about a mile west of Sturgis-Maben Road in western Oktibbeha County, beer bottles, boxes and tires litter the tree line.
The Mississippi State University Police Department is calling on the public to help identify a man suspected of sexually assaulting a coed June 5 near McKee Hall.
WEST POINT -- A Columbus native is part of a quest to stop the advance of payday lenders throughout the state, and West Point is next on his list of targets.
Dominic Joseph Cunetto, a professor of theatre at Mississippi State University for nearly 50 years, died on Saturday morning at Oktibbeha County Hospital in Starkville. He was 78.
The Starkville planning and zoning commission will hold a public hearing next week on the proposed redevelopment of the former University Inn.
Mississippi State University announced Monday that 17 full-time and intermittent positions will be cut when Printing Services and Office Supply operations on the Starkville campus ends Aug. 1.
Starkville Downtown Business Association and the Greater Starkville Development Partnership are pleased to announce Downtown at Sundown in Downtown Starkville.
The combination of schools at Mississippi State University isn't expected to result in any job losses, a university official said Friday.
The inside of Giles Hall was bustling with activity this week as nearly three dozen high school students from throughout the Southeast converged on Mississippi State University for the 2010 Design Discovery architecture workshop.
The Starkville Police Department arrested a Brookville Gardens woman Thursday after a pre-dawn raid yielded drugs, paraphernalia, a gun and a ballistic vest.
STARKVILLE -- It's called the toughest two minutes in sports. For the Starkville Fire Department, it could be called the toughest one minute and 28 seconds.
The city's newly formed Curfew Task Force met for the first time Wednesday and heard reports from officers in the Starkville Police Department which express doubt over whether a juvenile curfew would result in a decrease in crime.
In an effort to support the proposed CottonMill Marketplace retail and residential development, the Starkville Board of Aldermen Tuesday passed a number of resolutions, including two to seek a combined $11.8 million in funding for the project and another which will give tax incentives to the developer.
Despite protests by a half dozen neighbors, the Starkville Board of Aldermen Tuesday approved a zoning change on South Washington Street for a proposed 16-unit condominium development dubbed "The Georgetown."
The Starkville Board of Aldermen today is expected to seek nearly $12 million in funding for the proposed CottonMill Marketplace retail development.
WCBI-TV has returned service to nearly all of its satellite and cable customers after a technical glitch interrupted its signal last week, but over-the-air customers have to wait a while longer.
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