After 6-1/2 years with Mississippi University for Women, Jim Borsig will step down from his role as university president at the end of June.
Tennessee Valley Authority will host an open house session next week to begin gathering public input for a proposed new transmission line in the Golden Triangle.
A Columbus man convicted of sexual battery is behind bars again for not registering a new address with the Mississippi Sex Offender Registry.
Two years ago, now 32-year-old Maria was living in a car with her three kids. When her car no longer worked, she dropped it at a repair shop, where the vehicle has sat ever since. She and her kids hopped from an aunt's house to a cousin's house to a cousin's mom's house to a friend's.
Jim Borsig announced today he is stepping down as Mississippi University for Women's president.
A federal judge has dismissed The Pony's lawsuit against Lowndes County.
Airbus Helicopters took the first step Thursday is securing a new contract for UH-72 Lakota light utility helicopters that may ensure the viability of the Lowndes County facility that assembles the aircraft.
A fourth generation of the Imes family is taking the reins of The Commercial Dispatch.
A Friday morning pursuit involving authorities from Lowndes County Sheriff's Office, Columbus Police Department and the departments' combined drug task force ended with the arrest of the driver, but not before the suspect reportedly threw a package of marijuana out the window of the Chevy Tahoe he was driving.
Aurora Flight Sciences has been awarded a $48 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to further developing its record-setting Orion unmanned aircraft, company officials confirmed Thursday.
A 28-year-old man is being treated for non life-threatening injuries following a shooting behind Leigh Mall Thursday afternoon, while at least one suspect is still at-large.
At Fred Shelton's first public appearance after being appointed chief of Columbus Police Department, he laid out his vision for transforming the department into one which is as concerned with preventing crime as solving it and which will be an example for other law enforcement agencies in the state.
A house on Holly Hills Road was destroyed Wednesday night when a fire engulfed the entire building.
Four candidates, including three from Starkville, have qualified to seek judicial positions on the Mississippi 14th Chancery District Court.
The first Columbus city council meeting of 2018 concluded Tuesday evening with a familiar face in a fresh role as chief of the Columbus Police Department.
Pending the authorization of a Mississippi Department of Transportation grant, the city of Columbus may be improving its downtown curb appeal and pedestrian accessibility.
A volunteer firefighter with Lowndes County Fire Department is in surgery at a burn center in a Jackson hospital today with severe burns he received responding to a Tuesday fire near Steens.
In a unanimous vote today, the Columbus City Council appointed Assistant Police Chief Fred Shelton to the position of chief of Columbus Police Department.
A nearly half-hour high-speed chase on New Year's evening involved sheriff's deputies from Lowndes County and Pickens County, Alabama.
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