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Different groups of activists with the common theme of racial justice demonstrated Tuesday in Memphis. [Read More]
Whitehaven tops the preseason Dandy Dozen for the eighth consecutive year. [Read More]
Round-up of events and last minute preparations for solar eclipse around Memphis. [Read More]
FedEx achieved $60 billion in revenue for the first time, boosted by European acquisition TNT Express, and produced a record $5 billion operating profit. [Read More]
A mural painting project, a loan assignment, measures to secure building are latest news about Memphis' tallest building. [Read More]
Pick-and-Pop goes game-by-game through the 2017-2018 Grizzlies home schedule, offering notes and grading each game, from a potential entertainment standpoint, on a four-star scale. [Read More]
Outside the Loop looks at a fallen trooper's ties to Germantown, a developer possibly buying homes and an honor for a former principal... [Read More]
DeSoto County Sheriff's Department produces video in conjunction with Labor Day and the annual rise in DUI's during that period. [Read More]
Elizabeth Gonzalez counts stacks of printed eclipse glasses seperating them from excess material as workers at Bartlett-based American Paper Optics work to complete orders for... [Read More]
University of Memphis official and Harvard Law grad explains who affirmative action helps all students, not just minorities... [Read More]
Here's the back story to Memphis' monuments to Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest and President Jefferson Davis. [Read More]
Last Friday, police said 3 men robbed the Sears in Whitehaven of $100,000 in jewelry during a smash-and-grab robbery. [Read More]
A Manhattan company appears to be in control of 100 North Main's fate, but it's unclear if conversion to apartments and a hotel is still... [Read More]
French Truck Coffee has a second location in the new Crosstown Concourse. This dish features toast with strawberry, ricotta, balsamic reduction and melon as a... [Read More]
United Way of the Mid-South launching Driving the Dream, a new approach to addressing generational poverty as a condition that can be treated. [Read More]
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sometimes broke laws on moral grounds. Should Memphis do it, too? [Read More]
Lt. Jay Cullen, one of two Virginia State troopers killed in a helicopter crash Saturday, left Germantown High with a dreams of becoming a pilot... [Read More]
South Carolina moved the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds after the Mother Emanuel murders. The Charlottesville killings are prompting similar moves. Your move, Tennessee. [Read More]
Musings on the release of the Grizzlies 2017-2018 season schedule and the city's overdue action to take down Memphis' Jefferson Davis statue. [Read More]
Do you have an Elvis story? It seems many people in the Memphis area have a story about Presley or were told of one. [Read More]