After more than 34 years of providing healthcare in West Point, family nurse practicioner Kay Coggins is retiring from practice.
Building permits filed in the city of Columbus March 29 - April 4, 2016
The Butcher Shop is coming back.
Cadence Bank announced that Pamela R. Lacy, MD, of Columbus, has joined the bank's local advisory board.
Huntington Ingalls Industries has received a $618 million contract modification to fund the construction of a new guided-missile destroyer for the U.S. Navy.
Cappe's Steakhouse plans to re-open in Starkville in a little more than a month.
Attorneys for Volkswagen are expected to reveal where the company stands on a fix to bring nearly 600,000 diesel cars into compliance following an emissions cheating scandal.
Protesters opposed to drilling in the Gulf of Mexico disrupted an oil and gas lease sale Wednesday, chanting and waving signs as government officials read bids from companies for the right to explore and develop fossil fuels offshore.
Financial markets barely registered this week's attacks in Brussels, which killed more than 30 people, a sign that investors think the economic impact on Belgium and across Europe as a whole will be limited. Recent history suggests they may be right.
Sherwin-Williams, which has long claimed to "cover the Earth" with its paints, is buying rival Valspar for about $9 billion in a move that it says will expand its reach in Asia and Europe.
Suppose Apple loses its court fight with the FBI and has to produce a software tool that would help agents hack into an iPhone -- specifically, a device used by one of the San Bernardino mass shooters.
Last year about this time, in Columbus, the gas station at the corner of Main Street and South 14th Street closed its doors.
March Madness is taking over at small companies that are letting employees watch the NCAA basketball tournament while they work.
Nearly three million boxes of frozen DiGiorno pizzas, Stouffer's lasagnas and Lean Cuisine meals are being recalled after customers said they found pieces of glass in their food.
It's a first for police cars: Doors that can protect against armor-piercing bullets. Ford will soon be offering the doors on its Police Interceptor sedans and SUVs.
1. Habitat for Humanity provides home for beloved CHS manager COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Affidavits: West Point man allegedly bound male victim, raped female STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. Area high school students earn national scholarships COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Shots fired at Columbus Sprint Mart COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. 'Music 4 U' launching in Miss. this month COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY