Columbus High School junior Robert Woodard II was named Monday the 2016-17 Gatorade Mississippi Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Woodard is the first Gatorade Mississippi Boys Basketball Player of the Year to be chosen from Columbus High. The award recognizes outstanding athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement, and exemplary character on and off the court.
City officials are planning measures to make downtown safer after a shooting near the Princess Theater nightclub early Sunday morning.
A third-party payment provider is causing frustration for some local utility companies and their customers.
Leigh Mall in Columbus is losing one of its anchor stores.
It's no secret that Columbus Police Department is a young department.
Plans for the Lowndes County 4-H chapter and the county's Mississippi State University Extension Service offices are on hold -- literally.
Three families lost their homes in a fire that burned units in an East Columbus apartment complex on Wednesday.
After almost 27 years, Capt. Donnie Elkin is turning in his badge in favor of retirement from the Columbus Police Department.
The Big Bad Wolf is coming to Columbus.
When she opened the door, he shoved his way into the house. He grabbed her by the hair and dragged her across the floor. When he came to a stop, he wrapped both hands around her throat and began to squeeze.
"Happy" is the word Columbus police officer Kenny Brewer uses to describe his 9-month-old daughter Kensley.
An Alabama teen found herself behind bars at the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center after she allegedly punched a police officer Sunday.
A Caledonia man is accused of choking a family member.
Spring break begins today for students throughout the Golden Triangle and while students, and school personnel, generally appreciate the time away from classes, the week-long break often gives way to the chorus, "There's nothing to do."
LaQuita Green was in Texas filling out an application for a new apartment when she learned her Columbus home was on fire.
Authorities have identified an alleged home intruder who was fatally stabbed in a Columbus home early Saturday morning.
The Columbus municipal Democratic executive committee dismissed a complaint against incumbent Ward 5 Councilman Stephen Jones after the complainant, Gary Jefferson, failed to arrive in time for a Friday evening hearing.
A 3-2 vote on Thursday made Jason Spears the new president of the Columbus Municipal School District board of trustees.
A man previously charged with cyberstalking and aggravated domestic assault is back behind bars on another cyberstalking charge.
A Columbus man is in police custody after allegedly choking his girlfriend and possibly causing her to drive a U-Haul van into the front of his house.
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