The Mississippi Supreme Court has affirmed the 2014 capital murder conviction of Archie Quinn, who was found guilty of shooting his former girlfriend eight years ago in Oktibbeha County.
Seven staff members and two organizations at Mississippi State recently received recognition from the Division of Student Affairs for their contributions during the 2015-16 academic year.
Former Mississippi State University quarterback Dak Prescott's driving under the influence case was continued Tuesday to mid-June, his attorney and Starkville Municipal Court Administrator Tony Rook confirmed.
Starkville's current public park system will only provide about half of the acreage needed to support the city's projected 2020 population and needs to add about 150 acres to meet demands in the next 20 years, a draft of master planning efforts states.
Leaders of African American Studies programs at 11 Southeastern Conference institutions of higher learning convened earlier this month at Mississippi State for a special workshop.
Old basketball courts never die: They simply move away, in this case to Ohio.
Oktibbeha County is one step closer to developing a new industrial park after Starkville aldermen joined supervisors in supporting an almost 400-acre site northeast of the Highway 82-Highway 25 bypass and pledging $7 million toward the project.
Oktibbeha County supervisors hired a consultant Monday to assist with a potential evaluation of OCH Regional Medical Center's financial health, but not before District 3 Supervisor Marvell Howard said fellow board members are "re-opening old wounds" by flirting with a process that could lead to a sale or lease of the county-controlled hospital.
For the third consecutive year, Mississippi State University Libraries are sponsoring the E. O. Templeton Jr. History and Genealogy Fair.
A veteran College of Education faculty member at Mississippi State is seeking private support for a university-based effort that annually benefits youngsters diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Tuesday's Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting could shape the future of economic development for Oktibbeha County for years to come.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership Board of Trustees and Mississippi State University are backing the Golden Triangle Development LINK's plan to develop almost 400 acres northeast of the Highway 25-Highway 82 interchange into a new industrial park.
Starkville is another step closer to having entertainment districts in which bar patrons may carry alcoholic drinks out of businesses and into public spaces.
Former Mississippi State University basketball star Marcus Bullard is in legal trouble again.
A Starkville man died after an automobile struck him as he biked down Old West Point Road Tuesday.
Starkville Parks and Recreation Department's late electric bills from past fiscal years are now paid in full, Mayor Parker Wiseman said Wednesday.
Three core Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District functions will have new leaders for the upcoming 2016-2017 academic year.
The Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District board of trustees unanimously approved a 2.9 mill reverse referendum to fund a planned partnership school with Mississippi State University.
Mississippi State University officials pledged to review all applicable policies surrounding the security of their facilities and prosecute future trespassers after a junior environmental economics and management major fell to his death Saturday.
A Mississippi State alumnus and Starkville resident will lead the university's efforts to secure private gifts through charitable estate planning.
2. Nashville couple supports MSU with communication scholarship STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. Busy travel expected on Memorial Day weekend COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. EMCC's radio station breaking new ground COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY