A morning assault at Mississippi State University's campus and attempted escape from law enforcement officers has landed an Oktibbeha County man in jail.
Lois Connington held up two containers. One held powdered candy, while the other contained fertilizer. It was hard to see the difference.
A Starkville man is dead after two vehicles hit him Monday while he was riding a bicycle on Old Highway 25.
As Starkville aldermen consider an amendment to the city's non-smoking ordinance to include electronic cigarettes and similar products, at least one business owner is worried the change might force him to shut his doors.
What started as a kitchen fire in the Brooksville Garden apartments has displaced several families.
The State Board of Election Commissioners qualified three candidates for the Mississippi House of Representatives District 38 special election earlier this week.
Starkville Main Street Association honored seven local organizations for design, redevelopment and business practices at its annual meeting and awards program on Thursday.
In less than two weeks, the Columbus-Lowndes Recreational Authority will cease to exist in its current form.
Sales tax collections for 2017 in Columbus are lower than last year, but city officials are still touting strong economic footing.
Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins said someone needed to fight for God against Starkville's "whiskey bill."
The third time was the charm for Debra Prince.
Oktibbeha County supervisors will meet next week to review bids the county received for OCH Regional Medical Center.
To Avery Cook, teaching kids karate at the CK&A Karate School downtown has some parallels to policing.
Golden Triangle Development LINK Chief Operating Officer Joe Deason is heading to Madison County.
Former Columbus police officer Canyon Boykin has settled his wrongful termination suit against the city for an undisclosed amount of money.
West Point's new police chief is anything but new when it comes to law enforcement in his hometown.
Columbus City Council approved a $24.31 million budget for Fiscal Year 2018 during a special-called meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
For 40 years, Esta Hayden has taken rainfall records at her home just west of Crawford. Recently, the National Weather Service honored her for it.
A federal judge has dismissed one of a pair of civil suits against former Columbus police officer Canyon Boykin.
The Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled in favor of The Commercial Dispatch in an Open Meetings Act case against the city of Columbus.
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