Sgt. Michael Griffin, an officer with the Columbus Police Department, has died.
When Trent Kelly arrived in Washington, D.C., to take his seat as Mississippi District 1 representative in the House, he didn't get the committee assignment he most covets.
Veteran Gail Swentkofske spoke Thursday to the Columbus Exchange and Kiwanis clubs about the Pledge of Allegiance for the Exchange Club's annual "One Nation Under God" Program.
Students at Columbus Municipal School District's McKellar Technology Center are getting an up close and personal look at local industries where they may one day work.
The U.S. Army has exercised $65.8 million in contract options for 12 UH-72A Lakota helicopters and associated mission equipment packages from Airbus Defense and Space in Columbus.
Roughly two years ago, when he was hired, Columbus High School head football coach Randal Montgomery promised his team would compete for championships
A petition asking for a grand jury to consider evidence from the October police-involved shooting death of Ricky Ball in Columbus has garnered more than 1,100 signatures in less than three weeks.
A Lowndes County grand jury has brought indictments against a mother and daughter in connection to a New Hope murder.
When Mississippi Public Television's "Mississippi Roads" chose a theme of historic cemeteries for its weekly travel series, a visit to Columbus was an obvious choice.
A house on 10th Avenue South in Columbus has been destroyed in a fire.
The city of Columbus is forming a committee to lead the search for a new police chief.
In Columbus, at the intersection of Eighth Street South and Fifth Avenue South, Mississippi University for Women's campus touches a residential neighborhood peppered with antebellum homes and smaller, more modern houses.
East Mississippi Community College has invited the community to attend "Proud to be an American Day" at its Golden Triangle campus at 10 a.m. Thursday.
A 19-year-old Columbus man is behind bars after police say he broke into eight cars Sunday.
The Lowndes County School District has chosen a spot for its $11 million career-technical center to be housed on.
A special election is on the horizon to determine who will fill Ward 5 Councilman Kabir Karriem's seat.
The Columbus Municipal School District was named one of six ambassador districts nationwide in a national program encouraging schools to use openly licensed educational materials.
Two pedestrians were robbed at gunpoint Sunday while walking to the Riverwalk, according to a media release from the Columbus Police Department.
Scott Colom is moving on to a new position and the city of Columbus will have to determine who will fill his shoes as city prosecutor.
An accident Friday evening resulted in the death of one man and left three children seriously injured when a vehicle rear-ended a trailer hauling logs on Highway 82.
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