A Columbus chiropractor pled guilty Wednesday to falsifying the insurance claims of four patients to swindle Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Mississippi out of thousands of dollars.
Hunt Intermediate is the last of a dying breed of black neighborhood schools in Columbus, according to community members and alumni. And they are rallying around the school to preserve it.
One city employee was fired and three others, including Public Works Director Mike Pratt and two police officers, were suspended Tuesday during a special meeting of the Columbus City Council.
State Sen. Terry Brown, R-Columbus, was elected secretary of the Mississippi Legislative Joint Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review.
The city has finished installing 12 cameras along the downtown Columbus Riverwalk, bringing the $18,000 first phase of the project to an end.
Columbus Judge Nicole Clinkscales entered no contest pleas Tuesday in Lowndes County Justice Court to disorderly conduct and disobeying a police officer.
Cliff Wilson and Joe Holmes, both of Columbus, don't quite fit the description of risk takers. After pulling their 17-foot fishing boat out of the water at the Columbus Lock and Dam Monday, they admit to wearing life jackets "half the time."
The Columbus Light and Water board Thursday agreed to invest up to $112,000 over the next 12 months to study the impact of water from the local treatment plant deposited into the Tombigbee River.
A 19-year-old man has been charged with head-butting a Columbus Police Squad car and kicking one of its windows off track.
A Lowndes County School District assistant superintendent anno-unced her intent to run for superintendent today, but current Superintendent Mike Halford said he remains undecided on his future
Not only do Mississippi University for Women students have wireless access campus-wide, it's also available through the latest wireless standard, which means maximum speeds. "Though many other universities have a campus-wide wireless network, we are probably among the few universities who have implemented a full campus-wide wireless network based on the recently ratified wireless standard known as 802.11n," according to Rodney Godfrey, MUW network administrator. The new standard can provide a five-fold increase to wireless speeds depending on coverage and reception.
A Lowndes County woman burned over 40 percent of her body Feb. 12 in a car fire succumbed to her injuries Friday.
Columbus' "cautiously optimistic" chief financial officer is on the verge of dropping the "cautiously" part.
Nicole Clinkscales won't allow her legacy to be defined by anyone but herself. The recently installed Columbus city judge now presides over the municipal and drug court proceedings she once participated in as a defense attorney. Her aim in both jobs is and was to help people.
On a recent shopping trip, 15-year-old Yu "Crystal" Chem looked through clothes at Leigh Mall in Columbus. She got a chuckle out of seeing "made in China" on the labels.
Ian Williams' father graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1980. Ian's grandfather graduated from West Point in 1946. One might assume Ian is following in their footsteps, but his father says he's creating his own.
The Columbus Police Department is warning residents about a new phone scam targeting customers of a local bank branch.
Three of four Columbus Municipal School District laptops reported missing were actually out for repairs.
The Columbus Building Department issued only eight single-family residential building permits in 2010, marking possibly the worst year ever for new home construction in the city.
While work has begun at the site of the KiOR plant in Columbus, the company has yet to secure a contract with a refinery that would process its synthetic crude oil -- and free up $75 million in state loans.
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