Memphis mayor, A C Wharton is looking to the public for answers to the city's financial problems, maybe even with help to end the "blue flu" protest among Memphis police officers.
The advisory board to Memphis Animal Services will have their quarterly open meeting.
The Fresh Market is hosting a Career Open House to fill positions at its new location.
A local lawyer scammed out of more than $40,000. And several others are taken for even more.
In a press conference held at City Hall Tuesday afternoon, Mayor A C Wharton called for sides to get back around the table for discussion as the 'Blue Flu' continued.
200-300 protestors packed the sidewalks outside the Greater Memphis Chamber Tuesday afternoon, sending a direct message to those inside.
The new mayor of Brownsville, Tennessee made history Tuesday night.
555 Memphis police officers called off work Tuesday, forcing department leaders to shuffle units and bring in help from Shelby County Sheriff's deputies. Mayor A C Wharton held a news conference to address the crisis.
One person is recovering after a wild crash in Cordova late Monday night.
New information about two officer-involved shootings in Tipton County.
Free lunch for every student in every school. Shelby County Schools is launching the community eligibility program in all 200 schools this fall.
The Memphis Police Department is feeling the affects of the 'Blue Flu' sickout after 522 police officers called in sick Monday. So, just how is this 'Blue Flu' affecting MPD on a daily basis?
Keeping Memphis moms and their babies alive. A new study shows a program at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital is doing just that.
From 'Blue Flu' to 'Red Rash.' Talk of a boycott by Memphis firefighters has been circulating, which is the same way the 'Blue Flu' started.
The 'Give Arkansas A Raise Now' committee is working to raise the state's minimum wage to $8.50 an hour.
'Blue Flu' is sweeping the city of Memphis. 522 police officers were out sick Monday, that's just over 20% of the force.
Air passengers heading for United States are to be subjected to new security checks that could see them delayed if their electronic device has a dead battery.
Arkansas voters will not be deciding any issues related to marijuana use this election year.
There is a huge public safety concern in Memphis amid the recent "Blue Flu."
A Memphis man has been indicted on first-degree murder charges in the February shooting death of his wife in their Hickory Hill home.
Former University of Memphis basketball player Trey Draper is known on campus and in the community for his big smile and positive attitude.
An investigation is underway in New Albany, after the death of an elderly couple.
Brittany Zanetti and Matthew Brown appeared in a downtown Memphis courtroom Monday morning where they were arraigned on child abuse charges.
Memphis Police Association president Mike Williams said the MPA is not behind the “blue flu,” nor is the association pushing it.
City leaders gathered Sunday to address the rumors of "blue flu" circling around the city this weekend as a way to protest cuts to healthcare and pension for city workers.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton and Police Director Toney Armstrong held a press conference Sunday to address the rumors of Blue Flu.
One man is dead and one is in critical condition after a late night shooting on the 2000 block of Vollintine.
According to Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies, Brittany Zanetti and Matthew Brown left their 15-month-old baby girl in a locked car with the windows rolled up when they went grocery shopping on Saturday.
Priscilla Presley is speaking out after a letter was sent from the CEO of Elvis Presley Enterprises to the owner of the planes, asking that planes "Lisa Marie" and "Hound Dog 2" be removed by April of next year.
On Monday afternoon, County Commissioner Terry Roland says he will introduce a motion to have an immediate hearing on Henri Brook’s residency.
Plenty of Mid-Southerners celebrated National Fried Chicken Day Sunday at Gus’ Fried Chicken.
Shelby Co District Attorney Amy Weirich toured the Wooddale Condominiums, deemed a public nuisance.
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office has issued a statement explaining their involvement with the Memphis Police Department:
Rumors of Blue Flu are growning while Police Director Toney Armstrong says the safety of Memphians is not at risk.
Many gathered at Sun Studios on Saturday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Elvis' "That's Alright."
As many folks are celebrating America's Independence Day, some are looking to November with hopes of changing Arkansas state law.
A man was stabbed and killed early Saturday morning after a disagreement escalated into a physical altercation.
A man is in critical condition at Regional One Medical Center tonight after police say he was hit by a train.
An Arkansas woman did more than just celebrate her birthday Friday, she broke a United States record.
New numbers into our newsroom show 181 officers have called in sick since June 30.
A Shelby County man is fighting for his life after being shot in the face while in his own driveway Friday.
It was a surprise homecoming for the sons of a Cordova sailor.
Still no charges a day after Memphis police found a young boy chained up at a home in Fox Meadows.
Police arrested a man accused of flashing women and children.
Another chapter in the Henri Brooks residency saga is set to begin Monday when the Shelby County Commission meets for a special called meeting.
Personalized poems made just for you. A Memphis man is putting smiles on the faces of people across the Mid-South with his gift of rhyme and meter.
Just in time for the 4th of July, you can now grab a bottle of wine and a six-pack in the same stop.
A 16-year-old Fayette County, Tennessee girl is doing all she can to make her community a better place.
The 4th of July weekend is turning into a big time clean up job for residents at one West Memphis apartment complex.
Plan on celebrating the fourth of July with a couple cocktails? The government wants you to know that they might be boozier than you think.