All the man wanted was a late night, three-egg omelet from Waffle House. He was standing in the Columbus restaurant’s parking lot last Saturday, waiting on his food.
In a drill that shocked employees across schools in the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District in 2019, school officers fired blanks in the hallways while teachers were told to practice safety protocols in their classrooms.
With the reality that a school shooting could happen anywhere in the United States or anytime, there is also the reality many forget: The shooter could be anyone.
Adult residents of the Columbus Housing Authority can earn a Lenovo laptop and a home Wi-Fi hotspot by taking an eight-hour digital literacy class through the Columbus Housing Authority.
Police are investigating what they believe to be a Friday morning stabbing death in East Columbus.
Police are investigating an early Friday morning death in East Columbus that is being investigated as a homicide. Officers responded just before 6 a.m. to
About 30 acres of the 44-acre Pine Yard at the old Kerr-McGee plant near 14 Avenue North will soon be marketed for commercial redevelopment, representatives with the Greenfield Multistate Environmental Trust said Thursday evening during a town hall meeting with Columbus residents.
Silver Wings, the Columbus Air Force Base newspaper, has been known on base and in Columbus for nearly 80 years, though not always under this name.
Agents from the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Task Force and the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics intercepted a UPS package Wednesday with about eight pounds of methamphetamine, according to Sheriff Eddie Hawkins.
Paper or Prada?: Fashion designer creates gown of newspapers to stand as testament to fashion, creative expression
Twenty dollars worth of newspapers and a vision were the only things local fashion designer Lashanda White-Owens needed to create a statement piece worthy of rivaling the most eccentric fashion icons.