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A Eupora Police officer died Wednesday after trying to stop a high-speed chase.
Mississippi Highway Patrol Sgt. Criss Turnipseed said Keith Crenshaw, 52, of Eupora died after trying to deploy a spike strip to stop three suspected robbers that authorities wanted in connection with an attempted bank robbery in Grenada.
Sturgis Mayor Walter Turner is slated to appear today in Jackson before the Mississippi Ethics Commission, which has charged him with violating ethics codes by selling goods to the city of Sturgis while in office.
Local authorities and utility providers are urging customers to be aware of a reported utilities scam targeting local consumers.
When she was 11 years old, Kaley Edwards was told by many doctors she would never walk again.
Kaley was riding a four-wheeler with a friend when the two fell into a ravine. Kaley was thrown into the four-wheelerâ€™s handle bars and her right hip, pelvis and right arm were broken and her sciatic nerve was damaged.
A new entrance road into Mississippi State University is in the planning stages.
MSU is working with the Mississippi Department of Transportation to plan a road through the universityâ€™s South Farm that would connect Blackjack Road to Poor House Road, playing into Oktibbeha Countyâ€™s larger plans for overall access to the city and campus from the south.
ain Street in Starkville will take on the facade of a fall paradise Friday evening during the fifth annual Pumpkinpalooza.
Valley girl speak is out and a new vocal trend known as â€ścreaky voiceâ€ť is taking effect.
Creaky voice, also known as vocal fry or creaking, is the new vocal trend many teenage and college-age girls are using when they speak. It is the lowest range of notes in the normal voice register and can be heard from many of the biggest television and pop stars in Hollywood.
The Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure ended its Tuesday night meeting with a rare executive session.
Commission members went into executive session for slightly less than an hour to discuss litigation issues. Officials declined to comment further on the matter after the meeting.
In the public-private partnership that is The Mill at Mississippi State University conference center complex, the public portion of the agreement is now complete.
The Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees today voted first approval for a tuition plan that would push Mississippi State University's tuition to more than $7,000 per semester.
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