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October 19th, 2010
Mississippi State police are searching for a suspect in the reported mugging of a female student as she walked toward an off-campus apartment complex Tuesday afternoon.
An aggravated assault charge filed against a 28-year-old Natchez man in connection with a Sunday morning shooting incident at a public housing complexwas dropped Monday evening.
The Oktibbeha County Economic Development Authority will operate with a leaner budget than last yearâ€™s, with several factors contributing to the dropoff, an official said.
It began as curiosity and grew to a fascination with the life and times of former United States President Jimmy Carter, and his wife, Rosalynn.
A manâ€™s report of an alleged assault on the Mississippi State campus Sunday afternoon was false, university police have determined in a continuing investigation.â€¨
Oktibbeha County supervisors shook their heads â€śnoâ€ť â€” for now â€” to an offer that could potentially save the public money during road construction season.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will meet today at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Courtroom on Lampkin Street.
A male subject's report of an alleged assault on the Mississippi State University campus Sunday afternoon was false, MSU police have determined in a continuing investigation.
One man was arrested Sunday morning and charged with aggravated assault, following a shooting incident at Brooksville Gardens.
The driver of a westbound SUV was transported by ambulance after a mid-morning, one vehicle incident on Miss. Highway 82, just east of Clayton Village.