April 2nd, 2015
The Starkville Police Department is seeking a male suspect in connection with a reported carjacking and sexual assault.
An SPD release said the incident reportedly occurred around 8:15 p.m. Tuesday night. No descriptions of the suspect were released by SPD. As of press time, no arrests had been made in the case.
The Mississippi State Police Department arrested three suspects on charges of auto burglary early Wednesday morning, Police Chief Vance Rice announced in a release.
At last, spring is in the air, and you may be dreaming of growing the biggest, juiciest tomato in the neighborhood or perhaps a bed of traffic-stopping flowering annuals. Gardeners all over town are venturing out to dig in the garden after being cooped up all winter. But wait. First, you have a phone call to make.
Mississippi State won't have much time to mull over a midweek loss.
The Bulldogs lost 8-7 to South Alabama in 11 innings on the road Tuesday night. They now have to turn their attention to a Thursday-Friday-Saturday Southeastern Conference series.
MSU hosts No. 22 South Carolina this weekend at Dudy Noble Field.
The game of baseball hasn't changed for John Holland no matter where he plays.
Whether it was during an All-American career at Johns Creek, Ga., High School, or Chattahoochee (Ala.) Valley Community College, during a freshman season at Florida State, or this year at Mississippi State, the approach is the same.
COLUMBUS â€“ At its very core, baseball is a simple a game meant to be fun for participants and spectators alike.
Starkville is treating it like that and the results are proof as the Yellowjackets knocked off ColumbusÂ 15-0 on Wednesday.
Will Redmond isn't afraid to go public with his goals for his senior season.
The Mississippi State cornerback tweeted, "I like to consider myself Humble, but people the Thorpe Coming back to StarkVegas." This was tweeted just as the Bulldogs got spring drills underway a couple of weeks ago.
The experience of the Starkville Christian Lady Cougars has shown up so far this softball season.
Even though the Lady Cougars have no seniors on the team this season, they have gotten off to a 3-0 start.
SCS head softball coach Cynthia Jefferson has five juniors who have had quite a bit of playing time and they know how to go about their business on the field.
Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley addressed the challenges rural Oktibbeha County citizens face in acquiring high-speed Internet Tuesday night.
In a move that sent shock waves through city hall, a measure to take steps to change the name of Starkville to Stark Vegas was approved last night by the city administration.
Mayor Parker Wiseman has called for a 4 p.m. press conference today to make an official announcement. A source close to the mayor confirmed the radical decision has been in the talking stages for months.