An investigation is underway in Lauderdale County, Tennessee, after a dog was found alive in a freezer at the county animal shelter.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.0 hit just before 11:00 PM Wednesday.
Tennessee lawmakers are significantly closer to enacting a new law that would allow gun owners to carry weapons in any state, county, municipal park or recreation area.
Downtown Memphis could survive or fail on the back of the big bass. That bass being the big one on the Bass Pro Shop sign that is on the side of the old Pyramid arena.
Exciting news for Beale Street! Live Nation is partnering with The New Daisy and The Palace to bring national touring acts to the Bluff City.
The Mid-South may have a star on its hands. A 10-year-old from Oakland, Tennessee, has already put together a pretty impressive modeling resume and is rocking the runway in the Big Apple.
Tipton County deputies are investigating after human remains were found by two juveniles in a wooded area in Munford, Tennessee.
The son of the former head of Memphis Light, Gas, and Water is in hot water after police say he had more than five pounds of pot shipped to his parents' house.
Members of an Olive Branch animal rescue group are talking after one of their foster couples was charged with animal cruelty.
Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson will not be signing the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The State Fire Marshal's Office has a reminder for homeowners: be aware of outdoor burning safety precautions.
A Memphis man has been indicted on first-degree felony murder charges in connection with the robbery and killing of a southeast Memphis business owner.
A special forum hosted by the Germantown police department aims to help businesses learn about crime preventative measures and help make communities safer.
A new prenatal blood test claims to detect Down syndrome with 100 percent accuracy.
Fireworks tonight as the Shelby County School board votes to shut down two schools. School leaders say it's about reconfiguring school boundaries, but parents say SCS is targeting south Memphis.
A University of Mississippi student has been kicked out of his fraternity for a graphic stunt over spring break.
If you knew you were going to die soon, would you want to be able to determine when and where?
A Tennessee Senate bill puts a time frame on how long law enforcement agencies can wait before sending off a rape kit for testing.
For now, lips are sealed. But we have been told it's expected to bring more people downtown, more big name acts to the city and new life the to the east end of the iconic street.
You probably know what a doctor does, or a registered nurse, but most people don't know the important role social workers play in our health care system. They are often unsung heroes.
It is the most expensive TDOT project ever and will bring the first four level interchange in West Tennessee, but the road work, detours, and closed lanes will still cause frustration for drivers for months, even years, to come.
A former Shelby County Sheriff's Office recruit from Lakeland was indicted Tuesday on two counts of reckless vehicular homicide for the 2013 hit-and-run deaths of two people on I-40.
There is new information about a Memphis pothole problem. Rarely does the city of Memphis pay for damage done to your car from potholes.
He could soon be one of the most powerful men in Memphis. You did not vote for him, but pretty soon Jack Sammons could be the man in charge of running Memphis city government.
A woman who survived chemotherapy and a double mastectomy says two Walmart employees were loudly making fun of her appearance during a visit to the retail giant.
A Memphis grassroots coalition is asking for more power for the civilian law enforcement review board.
People living in Collierville have an opportunity to weigh in during Tuesday night’s community meeting about a new high school.
Tense moments arose during an Arkansas House Committee meeting as members considered the Religious Freedom Restoration Act that's been drawing national attention from corporate America and LGBT advocacy groups.
The Germanwings crash in France is bringing into focus in the United States how pilots are trained and screened for mental health conditions and the protocols once planes are in the air.
The local I-Team has uncovered hundreds of people hoping to get a check from the city of Memphis for damage to their cars from potholes.
It is something many Mid-Southerners deal with daily, type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
A two alarm fire ripped through a Germantown Condo complex Monday afternoon. It also caused a massive traffic back up along Poplar as firefighters worked to put out the last few hot spots.
Church Road in Southaven could soon become a parking lot if some big changes are not made.
Jackson police are hoping someone can help identify a woman they say stole a wallet from an elderly woman, then went on a shopping spree.
A killer already spending the rest of his life in jail got more time added to his sentence Monday.
The number of people moving to Memphis remains relatively the same, according to the latest numbers out of the U.S. Census Bureau.
Many of you have probably stood in long lines to get your driver's license renewed or switched to a new state.
Some bad news for U.S. retailers. Consumer spending did not reach projections for the month of February.
Recent FBI statistics reveal that nearly 9 million property crimes take place in the United States each year.
When a life-limiting illness is no longer manageable at home, the Baptist -Reynolds Hospice House can provide much needed support to patients and their loved ones. Part of that care involves the 11th Hour program.
Two Memphis city council members send letter to Mayor asking that he does not go through with plans to add bike lanes to Riverside Drive.
Memphis Police are investigating a crash on the I-240 loop that caused traffic to be diverted off the interstate. The driver had been shot, and died at the scene.
Bluff city pride was in full force Sunday at a special casting call in downtown Memphis. Local movie director Craig Brewer held the casting call for a new video.
Sentencing is set for Monday on an abuse of a corpse charge for convicted killer Chris Jones. His wife Heather Palumbo Jones disappeared in April 2013.
Plans are underway to add additional parking for zoo employees on North Parkway.
Students from the Memphis College of Art made Memphis a little more colorful this weekend.
As negotiations continue over the fate of Dan Jones this weekend, hundreds of protesters have voiced their support for the University of Mississippi Chancellor.
Memphis police officers, firefighters, and other city employees joined together Saturday to protest what they say are unfair working conditions. The protest happened on the corner of Poplar and Highland in the University of Memphis area.
Over a hundred girls will have a dress for prom thanks to one organization.
Grizz Nation is going green. The Wolf River Conservancy teamed up with the Memphis Grizzlies and International Paper Saturday to make Memphis a little greener.