Children in Binghampton are busy little elves this holiday season. For the third year, they're creating and selling some very unique holiday items with a little help from a special neighborhood business owner.
It's becoming a tradition for Black Friday shoppers to find not just deals, but protests at some Walmart stores.
Exciting news for Grizz nation. The NBA has ruled Courtney Lee's buzzer beater stands.
Two people are dead after a horrific crash on Highway 72 in Marshall County, Mississippi Thursday evening.
Part of what makes the holiday season so special is the family traditions that come with it. One Mid-South family has been fulfilling a pretty sweet tradition for four decades.
When it comes to Memphis Mayor A C Wharton's new plan to crack down on youth violence, critics say he's missing the big issue--making sure juveniles committing violent crimes are punished.
Forget the turkey and trimmings. Shoppers are ready to gobble up bargains!
Graceland is a glow and already decorated for Christmas. So if you're looking for a way to get into the holiday spirit, look no further than the King's Castle.
DeSoto County deputies have charged a Walls, Mississippi man with murder after they say he shot his wife Wednesday evening.
Celebrating 50 years! How the Bar-Kays are giving back on their golden anniversary.
A MATA bus crash in Midtown Memphis sends six people to the hospital.
Best Buy opens at 5:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving and shoppers are already camping out.
SEARCY, AR (localmemphis.com)--Even on Thanksgiving, volunteers are not giving up the search for a missing two-year-old Arkansas boy
Volunteers at the Cook Convention Center began to prepare Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless this morning.
The press called it "the Memphis miracle," one of the biggest moments of racial reconciliation in the faith-based community.
President Obama continued the 67 year old Thanksgiving tradition of pardoning the National Thanksgiving Turkey today.
The FBI is investigating an anonymous threat made against the Grove in a handwritten note received by the University of Mississippi.
MATA buses are running are running on Thanksgiving Day.
Hang on to your hats. There is an issue that is coming up that could knock all the stuffing out of your wallets.
As recent developments have overshadowed the FHU Benefit Dinner’s mission of helping students, Freed-Hardeman University has canceled Dr. Bill Cosby’s appearance.
We have been telling you for months about the Shelby Farms Greenline expansion project that will take the trail four miles east from Shelby Farms to Cordova Crossing.
A soon-to-be married couple is searching through the ashes this morning after a fire destroyed their house Tuesday evening.
A Thanksgiving plea tonight from the Mid-South Food Bank. It needs more turkeys.
As the holiday shopping season gets underway, retailers are trying to lure you in with longer hours and better deals.
It is your money. The question is, just how much of your tax money does the city of Memphis have right now.
DeSoto County shoppers, listen up! When choosing that perfect gift this holiday, remember to shop local.
For many of us, Thursday will be the biggest meal of the year. The calorie count will be in the thousands.
The decision in Ferguson rocked the country. Here at home, Memphians gathered Tuesday to protest the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The workers were repairing an underground gas line when three of the five man crew were trapped in the middle of flames as the explosion ripped through the line.
Churches in Frayser came together to help needy families in their community.
Many of you will dig the holiday decorations out of the attic this weekend.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be out in full force this holiday weekend. It is all a part of a TDOT enforcement effort.
A federal ruling brings Arkansas and Mississippi closer to legalizing same-sex marriage, but those wedding bells may not ring for a while.
More than two months after a mob of juveniles attacked shoppers in the parking lot of a Poplar Plaza supermarket, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton announced a new program to help curb youth violence.
Demonstrators took to the streets across the country for a second night, protesting the decision of a Missouri grand jury not to indict a white police officer in the killing unarmed black teenager.
The search for a missing toddler has entered its third day as police and volunteers continue the efforts to find any trace of Malik Drummond.
USPS is starting 7 day delivery service ahead of the holidays in some major markets.
Shock, flames, and cries of pain. That is what neighbors witnessed after a gas line explosion in Hickory Hill.
Lawyers for convicted murder Vern Braswell said prosecutors did not turn over evidence.
A break in the case in the search for a missing Tate County, Mississippi man.
Thanksgiving will come early for hundreds of homeless Mid-South men and women. The Memphis Union Mission is preparing for its annual Thanksgiving banquet.
They wanted to trick a friend about Ebola in America. Now, the two would-be pranksters are facing felony charges for their prank that went too far.
Many of you will be heading over the river and through the woods this Thanksgiving holiday. And, many are giving thanks for the lower price at the pump.
It is being billed as a "newer, gentler mammogram."
Hundreds of families in the Mid-South are certainly thankful for Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph.
A grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, setting off fresh confrontations between protesters and police in the tense Missouri city Monday night.
The Shelby County DA is under fire. Investigators want to know if Amy Weirich concealed evidence in a high profile murder case from nearly a decade ago that included a defense of rough sex.
The leader of a Mid-South gang called "FAM Mob" is facing big time federal charges.
An East Memphis High School is up for a Grammy award.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon pleaded for calm tonight just hours ahead of a grand jury's decision whether to indict a Ferguson police officer in the death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.