Parents of children with disabilities complained to Columbus Municipal School District trustees Monday their children are not receiving special education services in a timely manner -- or at all.
Standing in a Tupelo fighting arena in February with a crowd of hundreds -- maybe thousands -- of people cheering, Hannah Guy tried to take deep, even breaths.
The past two years have been particularly challenging for Columbus Police Department.
A Lowndes County man is being charged with the sexual battery of a woman in Caledonia last week.
Six years ago, Jill Savely didn't know what an early college high school was.
The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office received a report Monday of what are apparently extremely old human remains that were discovered on the banks of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
Judd Williams has been all over eastern Mississippi talking to high school seniors at college fairs about admission at Mississippi State University.
Lowndes County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a Fiscal Year 2018 budget Friday that includes a roughly $900,000 deficit.
A city official has told The Dispatch that the Columbus police officer who initiated a controversial traffic stop on Aug. 18 was not actually supposed to be patrolling by himself.
A man who led Lowndes County and Columbus law enforcement officers on a wild, hazardous chase was arrested Thursday afternoon.
A Brookwood, Alabama, man is out on bond in a case where he is accused of molesting a child younger than 10-years-old.
When 11-year-old Chase Bailey got on the Choice Bus with the rest of his sixth grade class at Columbus Middle School Wednesday, he didn't know what to expect.
Luis Rojas made a last-minute decision Friday to leave his apartment in Fort Lauderdale and drive west away from Hurricane Irma.
Deacons at Second Baptist Church in Starkville have until Sept. 22 to turn over information from two bank accounts they opened, as well as the keys to the church building, to its board of trustees.
Tom Green doesn't often talk about the time he spent at Ground Zero in 2001, but he made an exception for the crew of volunteers who gathered at the Boys and Girls Club for the 9-11 Day of Service Friday.
Six of the eight Lowndes County schools have received money from the Mississippi Department of Education as part of the department's school recognition program.
A man accused of brutally beating his ex-wife will spend 10 years in prison.
Mississippi University for Women sophomore Ashley McReynolds spent Thursday morning at the hospital, being hosed down by Columbus firefighters and going through a "decontamination" process for people with serious chemical-related injuries.
A jury in Lowndes County Circuit Court found a woman accused of threatening the Department of Human Services not guilty.
Family of four-year-old Brayden Barksdale, the child killed at his Sobley Road home in January 2015, had one question for the man who shot him: why?
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