West Point and Clay County officials passed a series of matching tax exemptions at a joint city-county meeting on Tuesday with the hopes of luring a company that could bring 300 jobs and a $50 million capital investment to West Point.
Two men indicted for beating a man at the West Point Huddle House pleaded guilty Monday in Clay County Circuit Court.
When seven Starkville High School volleyball "took a knee" Monday during the National Anthem in a game at New Hope, what had been a national story was suddenly a local event.
When Mississippi House Bill 1523, the religious freedom bill allowing business owners to turn away customers because of their sexuality, goes into effect Tuesday, Tammy Youngblood has no plans to change how she does business.
One of the suspects accused in a 2014 aggravated assault outside a West Point Huddle House is scheduled to appear in court this week.
It should be business as usual at Aurora Flight Sciences in Columbus after Thursday's announcement that the company is being sold to Boeing.
Area school districts are grappling with how to deal with student protests of the national anthem after members of the Starkville High School volleyball team knelt for its playing earlier this week.
A former baseball coach at Starkville Academy was arrested in Clay County for burglary and two counts of grand larceny.
Starkville resident Daria Rodriguez spent two days viewing online images of the destruction Hurricane Maria wrought on her home commonwealth of Puerto Rico -- all without hearing from her 10-year-old son, Diego Cerame, who was on the island when the storm hit Sept. 20.
Clay County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding stolen pickups.
Anyone looking for an explanation for the dramatic dip in unemployment in the Golden Triangle in August need only look at the calendar.
Investigators with Columbus Police Department are investigating the homicide of a missing West Point man whose body was discovered in Pickens County, Alabama.
The State Board of Election Commissioners qualified three candidates for the Mississippi House of Representatives District 38 special election earlier this week.
Sales tax collections for 2017 in Columbus are lower than last year, but city officials are still touting strong economic footing.
To Avery Cook, teaching kids karate at the CK&A Karate School downtown has some parallels to policing.
No two stories are the same.
West Point's new police chief is anything but new when it comes to law enforcement in his hometown.
In his long career in real estate, Dick Leike has not only sold some historic properties, he's bought them, too.
The 100-year-old house Eleni Papanou lives in with her two daughters withstood the last serious hurricane to hit Tarpon Springs, Florida, back in 1921. She's hoping it survives Hurricane Irma, as well.
A long day of threatening weather paced with little damage, according to emergency management directors in Lowndes and Oktibbeha counties.
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