A Sunday night fire has impacted 30 rooms in Mississippi State University's Oak Hall, according to university officials.
Mississippi State University's Center for Cyber Education has taken its first step in helping move the state toward a K-12 computer science curriculum.
Owen Hardin's week has seen him treated like royalty.
Those who know the Starkville High School senior say that's only fitting.
For 4-County Electric Power Association, working in response to Hurricane Michael on the Florida panhandle has meant living out of a tent city.
The city of Starkville is gearing up to begin work on a major infrastructure project in the Pleasant Acres neighborhood after aldermen accepted a bid on the project during Tuesday's board meeting.
Oktibbeha County will soon pave Longview Road in its entirety, thanks to permission the county received from the Office of State Aid to expand the scope of the planned project.
Mississippi State University kicked off Green Week on Monday with a grand opening of its community garden.
In his 20 years as a Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics agent, Lt. John Harless has seen his share of "crises" and "epidemics" -- words he said government agencies often apply to negative patterns.
However, he said the opioid crisis sweeping across the United States stands out.
Monday was Betty Jones' birthday.
It was also the day Starkville Police Department investigators announced they may finally have her killer in custody.
An Alcorn County man's bond has been set at $11 million after his arrest for his connection to Starkville's 1990 Labor Day murders.
Starkville police have arrested a man believed to be connected to the infamous Labor Day murders of 1990.
A Friday afternoon ceremony at Mississippi State University was a chance to honor two things, according to U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
The Mississippi Ethics Commission has dismissed a public records complaint The Dispatch filed against the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau earlier this year.
Two Starkville men are in jail after police arrested them for multiple counts of credit card fraud and conspiracy.
Robyn Havard was sure she'd never get breast cancer.
As far as she knew in 2007, she had no family history of breast cancer. She always expected heart disease to be her primary concern and was so unworried about cancer she said she ignored advice to get mammograms.
Oktibbeha County has partnered with an energy audit company in an effort to see what steps it may be able to take to reduce its utility expenses.
Starkville aldermen have voted to narrow down the city's annexation study to one area east of the city for further consideration.
Oktibbeha County supervisors issued a two-day suspension without pay to Road Manager Fred Hal Baggett after more employee complaints against him piled up during a marathon meeting on Monday.
Starkville and Oxford's art councils are getting in on the rivalry between the two cities with the first Scrambled Art Bowl to be hosted in November.
After nearly a year of work on an annexation study, Starkville's board of aldermen is poised to make a decision on whether the city will press on with annexing new territory.
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