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A Mississippi Highway Patrol trooper based in Starkville has been charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and malicious mischief following an off-duty incident in Columbus.

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The Starkville Board of Aldermen met Tuesday night with an agenda that produced little discussion or engagement from Aldermen or the public.

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Former Mississippi House Speaker Billy McCoy died last week, but his legislative work remains visible in the form of four-lane highways in rural areas and schools that are better funded and better equipped than they once were on track to be.

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An Alabama man last seen in Starkville is still missing, but area law enforcement continues to ask for the community’s assistance in locating him.

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Veterans and their supporters gathered on the Drill Field at Mississippi State University for a ceremony honoring those in the MSU community who have served, in addition to remembering the school’s military history.

The month of November will see a first for the city of Starkville and the entire state of Mississippi as a lottery will be available for residents and visitors to participate in.

In its last meeting before today’s General Election, Okitbbeha County Supervisors discussed potential changes to the county's waste services policy that would make landowners, rather than renters, responsible for collection fees.

A ribbon cutting ceremony commemorating the Locksley Way project completed earlier this year was jointly held Tuesday by city, county and university officials.

For another year the Starkville High School RoboJackets BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics won its hub competition at Mississippi State University.

Editor's Note: This story is an analysis of the controversies facing the Catholic Diocese of Jackson over the last year, meant to be a companion piece with our Sunday story about the current status of the investigation at St. Joseph and the Jackson Diocese.

A new $1.6 million National Science Foundation Grant to Mississippi State University seeks to develop teaching materials from weather data for secondary students.

Prospective small business owners from the Starkville area had the opportunity to learn some skills Tuesday through a small business seminar held by BancorpSouth in conjunction with the Mississippi State University Extension Service.

In a special called meeting Tuesday morning, the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a measure supporting the local Boys and Girls Club.

Budgeting, education and infrastructure were among the topics discussed by Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn, when he spoke at the Starkville Rotary Club meeting Monday.

Budgeting, education and infrastructure were among the topics discussed by Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn, when he spoke at the Starkville Rotary Club meeting Monday.

A dedication ceremony was held Friday for one of the most highly-anticipated training and workforce development projects in Mississippi: The $42 million Communiversity.

Parents with questions regarding the Literacy-Based Promotion Act, or reading gate, will have an opportunity to get answers on Monday evening at an information session hosted by the Mississippi Department of Education.

A longtime Starkville High School teacher has been recognized for her work in the classroom by her discipline’s professional association.

The city of Starkville has moved closer to its new comprehensive plan following a vote at the Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night.

The city of Starkville has moved closer to its new comprehensive plan following a vote at the Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night.

For families who would like their children to receive some extra mental stimulation, the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District is now enrolling students in its 21st Century Community Learning Centers.

Plans to increase enrollment and  the benefits of community college education were among the topics East Mississippi Community College President Scott Alsobrooks discussed at the Starkville Rotary Club Monday.

Last Thursday marked the deadline for candidates running in state, district and county races to file periodic campaign finance reports, but some failed to meet the deadline.

Few topics have proven as divisive in Mississippi as Medicaid expansion and one state advocacy group made a stop in West Point on Thursday to make the case for its own conservative-leaning alternatives.