Managing editor Zack Plair was arrested in The Dispatch newsroom on misdemeanor charges Friday morning.
Paulette Weible says her hound dog Bella is a "leader."
So much so that when the six-year-old search dog was looking for a missing person in Columbus on Thursday, she would stop moving every time the police officer walking with her got in front of them to stop traffic.
A Dispatch employee was involved in an incident when Columbus police were called to the Trotter Convention Center downtown on Tuesday morning.
Shad White said there are two ways to do his job: the easy way and the right way.
More than 150 children in the Starkville area had the chance to stretch their entrepreneurial wings last year in the city's first-ever Lemonade Day, an event designed to teach kids up to sixth grade the basic skills for owning and operating a business.
Starting April 15, a system that will end face-to-face contact between families and inmates at the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center may also help those inmates see their families more often.
Herb Frierson said the biggest moonshine bust in the history of the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control was in Hancock County, when ABC agents busted a man and his brother -- for the second time -- for making 60 barrels of moonshine.
More than 20 hopefuls running for elected positions in Lowndes County turned out for a public forum at Caledonia's Anderson Grove Center Friday night.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith will present a seven-part plan to reduce city expenses in an effort to combat a financial crisis that the city's financial consultant claims will leave Columbus out of cash by Sept. 30.
Derrick Beckom had left his 7-month-old pit bull puppy outside barely 10 minutes when he realized the puppy was gone.
The family of an inmate at the Clay County Jail who was murdered by his cellmate has filed public records requests for documents related to their loved one's death.
A 19-year-old with several dismissed charges to his name was one of two people arrested in connection with a shooting in east Columbus Tuesday.
The Columbus Civil Service Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday to uphold the termination of a former Columbus Police Department investigator who drove to Moorhead in a city vehicle while on duty to apply for a job.
Father Jason Johnston was removing an old picture frame from its place on the wall in St. Joseph Catholic Church in Starkville on Tuesday afternoon.
Soyeon Park has won the state spelling bee every year she's attended.
This year, now that she's an eighth grader, is her last year to try.
A 16th circuit court judge ruled Friday not to dismiss a case against a former Columbus police officer involved in a fatal shooting three years ago.
Office Depot on Old Aberdeen Road in Columbus is closing.
Store employees were confirming the closing to customers earlier this week, but store managers said they could not release information, including the date the business will shut its doors.
Karla Morgan said she's always been interested in helping people tell their stories.
Of course, what that's looked like has varied over the years, said Morgan, a licensed counselor who opened her own private practice, Seeds Counseling and Wellness, in Starkville four years ago.
Friday morning the auditorium at Franklin Elementary School was filled with the chatter of students -- and the buzzing of robots those students helped program.
Spencer Reed's first visit to the MSU Idea Shop on Thursday was also the first time using power tools for wood-turning.
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