|Amber Alert Canceled for Sorelle Torrez
An AMBER Alert for 2-year-old Sorelle Torrez has been canceled.
|Club 152 on Beale Raided, Shut Down by District Attorney
Club 152 on Beale Street was shut down by the District Attorney's office Thursday afternoon, after an undercover operation revealed illicit drug sales by club employees. Watch Video
|Westboro Baptist Church Picketers Leave Memphis "All Shook Up"
A group of singing Memphians ran a group of controversial picketers from a Kansas church right out of town. Watch Video
|Services, Memorial Fund Set for MATA Driver Killed in Accident
Funeral services and a memorial fund have been set for Chantel Sanders, the MATA driver who was killed in an accident on I-240 Tuesday morning.
|Beale St. Merchants Support Club 152 Owners despite Closure
The head of the Beale Street Merchants Association says he doesn't think Club 152 should have been shut down as a public nuisance. Watch Video
|Judge Ends Greg Davis' Civil Trial, to Reconvene in October
A Jackson, Mississippi judge abruptly ended the civil trial for Southaven Mayor Greg Davis, but it's not over. Judge Dewayne Thomas ended court early on Friday; the trial will reconvene in mid-October. Before that, Davis' lawyers presented their side of the case. Watch Video
|ABC Show "The Chew" to Feature Memphis Barbecue Contest
The smell of barbecue is wafting throughout downtown Memphis and the ABC hit daytime show "The Chew" got an inside look at the world championship contest from one of its biggest winners. Watch Video
|Attempted Kidnapping Suspect Charged, Makes First Court Appearance
The man accused of trying to rob and kidnap an elderly woman at an east Memphis grocery store parking lot made his first court appearance Friday morning.
|Memphis Rappers Create Grizzlies Inspired Music
A few of our very own Memphis rappers are showing their support by creating their own Grizzlies-inspired theme songs. Watch Video
|Cordova Crash Survivor Promotes Motorcycle Awareness Month
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month and several states, including Tennessee, use this month to educate motorists. Watch Video