Jerry Ross can still remember well his first flight on a space shuttle.
It was Nov. 26, 1985. Ross flew on STS-61B, the 23rd flight of the Space Shuttle program and the second flight ever of shuttle Atlantis.
Oktibbeha County sheriff's deputies are searching for a suspect who allegedly shot at least one victim and may have fired at others in a Wednesday night incident in the Blackjack community.
The Starkville board of Aldermen on Tuesday authorized Starkville Utilities Department to issue up to $22 million in revenue bonds to fund major electric and water system projects.
Starkville Parks and Recreation Director Gerry Logan sees his department's role as being about more than just cutting grass to keep the parks looking nice.
The long-delayed Longview Road paving project is a step closer to becoming reality after county supervisors approved a board order for it Monday evening.
To Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, data is an invaluable tool for helping the state grow.
Reeves delivered a keynote address on Friday at Mississippi State University's third annual data summit. The summit, held at The Mill at MSU and hosted by the university's National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center, focused on how the state can use data to move forward.
Starkville aldermen will consider on Tuesday partnering with a bike-sharing company as a step for improving bicycle access in the city.
A new lottery and public education spending dominated Starkville forum where four local legislators spoke about the results of last month's special legislative session.
A Starkville man is facing nearly 30 felony charges after a Starkville Police Department arrest led to a slew of auto burglary charges from an Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office investigation.
The Partnership will put several local artists on display through the downtown corridor on Friday as it hosts an Art Walk.
The Starkville Planning and Zoning Commission has given preliminary approval to a zoning change for a new mixed residential/commercial development in east Starkville.
Starkville Fire Department is looking to replace a ladder truck that is reaching the end of its lifespan.
East Mississippi Community College has named Athletic Director Randall Bradberry interim president.
Oktibbeha County's volunteer fire departments are preparing a partnership with OCH Regional Medical Center and East Mississippi Community College to better train county firefighters to provide medical care.
For Shad White, the State Auditor's Office is a job where he can feel like he's making progress every day.
Starkville aldermen approved a $21.77 million budget -- and with it, a 1.05-mill tax increase -- for Fiscal Year 2019 on a split vote Tuesday.
The city of Starkville will look to add another sports coordinator position to its parks department as it seeks greater involvement with organizing baseball.
Johnny Moore, a prominent Starkville attorney and former mayoral candidate, passed away Thursday at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
The Mississippi Court of Appeals has reversed a second-degree murder conviction for Skylar O'Kelly and remanded his case back to Oktibbeha County Circuit Court for resentencing on a drug charge.
The Mississippi State University Student Association announced Thursday it will host the All-American Rejects as the headliner for the 2018 Bulldog Bash.
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