Mississippi University for Women police are investigating a rash of indecent exposure reports around campus.
Columbus is raising its wrecker fees.
This evening, the Greenfield Environmental Multistate Trust will hold an informal town hall to update residents about ongoing cleanup efforts in and around the former Kerr-McGee site in Columbus.
It's been a different sort of week for the relationship between Columbus' city government and two of its businesses.
Andrew O'Neal thought he was safe.
A local business owner has agreed to restrict his convenience store's operating hours after initial resistance to requests from city officials.
At least one person was injured in a Tuesday afternoon shooting on Seventh Avenue North.
For the third year, the Columbus High School boys basketball team will clash with a team coached by Mayor Robert Smith to help raise money for cancer research.
A former Noxubee County High School coach received a 15-year sentence Monday for sexual battery of a minor.
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.
After almost 27 years, Capt. Donnie Elkin is turning in his badge in favor of retirement from the Columbus Police Department.
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 piece of anti-bullying legislation, co-authored by District 41 Rep. Kabir Karriem (D-Columbus), is heading to the governor's desk.
The city of Columbus is pursuing a grant for the opening phase of a walking trail planned to stretch from the Soccer Complex to Logan's Roadhouse on North 18th Avenue.
Columbus City Council knotted on a vote to allow beer sales at the annual Juneteenth festival this summer during its Tuesday evening meeting.
David Crews said he heard one of his favorite quotes in the early morning hours at a First Monday Trade Day in Ripley.
Lowndes County supervisors unanimously approved more than $1.7 million in grants and loans for a company to build a $7.5 million new facility on the Steel Dynamics, Inc. campus at the industrial park west of Columbus.
A Columbus mayoral candidate may have to sue to be on the ballot.
The Columbus Municipal Republican Election Committee declined to certify Garthia Halbert, who attempted to qualify as a Republican candidate, for the mayoral election.
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