|July Date Set for Municipal Schools Referendum Vote
Voters in Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Germantown, Lakeland and Millington will be asked to approve a referendum to start their own school districts for a second time.
|Missing Tipton Co. Man Found Dead after Apparent Accident
A Covington man last seen Wednesday was found dead Friday evening from an apparent motorcycle accident.
|Memphians Show Heart in Giving to Oklahoma Tornado Victims
The best of Memphis was on display Friday morning. Dozens woke up bright and early to load a truck full of donations for Oklahoma tornado victims. Watch Video
|The MED to Start Violence Intervention Program
The old saying is revenge is a dish best served cold. And in Memphis, we serve up a lot of cold dishes - revenge and deadly violence go hand in hand. But there's a new soldier in the war on crime in the Bluff City: The MED. Watch Video
|Memphis Family Turns Love for Grizzlies into Booming Business
You've probably seen the Hoop City shirts around town. They're about Memphis and 100% made in Memphis. Watch Video
|Ozone Advisory for Counties in Tenn., Ark., Miss.
Health officials have issued an ozone advisory for residents in three counties in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
|Seven Memphis Hotels Shut Down as Public Nuisances
Memphis police and the District Attorney's office shut down seven hotels Friday, declaring them a public nuisance. Watch Video
|Man Commits Suicide after Shooting at Memphis Police
A man turned his gun on himself early Friday morning after he shot at Memphis police officers and at least three other people.
|Owners of Club 152 on Beale Street Strike Deal to Reopen
The popular Beale Street hot spot Club 152 will be back open for business Friday, after the club was shut down by the District Attorney's office last week for drug activity.
|Newby's Delivers Needed Supplies to Tornado Victims
Memphis is more than grit and grind; the Bluff City has a big heart and it's been on display all week. Watch Video