Columbus stores and law enforcement have been busier than usual due to Black Friday, widely regarded as one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
More and more neighborhoods around Columbus are keeping a watchful eye out for troublemakers.
Former Aberdeen High School basketball coach Roy Hazzle accepted $15,000 to settle his discrimination lawsuit against the Aberdeen School District.
The city of Tupelo has ended the last fiscal year with a $2.3 million surplus, which officials say will be used to fund large infrastructure projects.
The airline industry has gone through a major transformation over the past three decades, a change that is likely to mean modest, slow growth for the Golden Triangle Regional Airport.
A West Point woman claims she was wrongfully passed up for employment at a local community college based on her age and gender.
Members of the Columbus and Starkville communities have come together to help a local family following a fatal car accident on Friday, Nov. 6.
It rained across much of the state Tuesday night and this morning, but the severe storms the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency warned residents of did not produce much damage.
Authorities from the Columbus Air Force Base have issued the all-clear after a bomb threat was made against Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle Friday, said hospital spokesperson Donna Grant.
West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley brought props with him to Tuesday night's board of selectmen meeting.
The Clay County Sheriff's Department has been without a drug dog since the summer of 2014, but looks to acquire a new one soon.
High school students within the Lowndes County School District and the former Starkville district scored above the state average on English and algebra assessments, while Columbus Municipal School District students scored below state averages.
An early Thursday morning fire destroyed the West Point Stockyards.
Aeris Williams learned the definition of physicality.
Golden Triangle voter turnout was under 50 percent during Tuesday's election.
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