One local doctor says cancer patients are hearing "there's nothing we can do for you" far too often.
A treat is in store for sky watchers Monday, as a large asteroid will fly close to Earth.
Monday is the day hundreds of parents have been waiting for. Shelby County Schools made special applications available for families interested in the Optional Schools Learning Program.
What role does football play in your life? As we get closer to Super Bowl XLIX, we're asking you to share your story.
A Memphis woman is charged in a deadly crash that killed one boy and critically injured another.
15 dogs were found at an abandoned Binghampton home early Saturday afternoon.
The ATF put up an extra $10,000, making the new reward total $53,000. While the reward keeps growing, unfortunately the case is far from being solved.
Donkeys have taken over the court in East Tennessee for a special cause.
Shelby county school parents continue to camp outside the district office, hoping to get their kids into optional schools next year.
The deadline to sign up for healthcare is only three weeks away. Get Covered America-Tennessee helped Shelby County residents get insured on Saturday.
Memphis Police are searching for a driver who crashed into a house Friday night. It happened in the 1900 block of St. Elmo Ave. in Frayser.
Get ready for some major interstate closures this weekend. TDOT plans to shut down a significant part of the 1-40/240 interchange as crews continue construction there.
City worker and former MPD officer Jerry Strong was arrested last week on sex charges. Since the Local I-Team first reported the arrest, women continue to come forward saying Strong also raped them.
A woman charged in connection with a baseball bat beating in Whitehaven pleaded guilty Friday.
A 56-year-old man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Friday in the death of his elderly mother who was found dead of dehydration and malnutrition.
The 31st Annual International Blues Challenge is underway. Musicians from all over the world come to Memphis hoping to get discovered.
A man accused of robbing a southeast Memphis convenience store is caught on camera.
A student is in big trouble tonight after investigators said the 11 year-old brought a BB gun to school.
When packing your carry-on luggage, don't forget to remove your gun. Unless you've got permission, not remembering could get you in trouble.
New information on the Memphis Animal Services employee charged with raping a woman last month. Since our story first aired, more women have come forward.
A man accused of breaking into several DeSoto County schools, a business and a government building is now behind bars.
Keeping kids off the streets and helping them learn a new trade.That is the goal behind "Memphis Youth Build."
Braving the cold for the sake of education. Shelby County Schools parents are huddled in tents tonight hoping to get their kids into optional schools next year.
Shelby County students are being watched. The school district has started using Gaggle Safety Management to monitor students' e-correspondence.
Get ready for more delays at the I-240 flyover. TDOT crews will once again be installing beams on the new flyovers and working on the roadways.
Oakshire Elementary School is a Shelby County School that is really making a major impact in the Whitehaven community.
New statistics show more than half of adults in Shelby County experienced at least one childhood trauma, including abuse or violence in the home.
Firefighters are urging people to take the necessary steps to be safe this winter.
Memphis police are hoping someone can help identify a man wanted for stealing steaks, seafood and beer from a Kroger store.
Fire investigators will be back first thing Friday morning to determine what started the fire. What remains of the burned building will be torn down.
A heated divorce leads to murder in Marshall County, Mississippi. Investigators have charged Jim Holloway with capital murder after his wife, Lisa, was found dead inside his burning home.
Germantown police say a 35-year-old Bartlett man is responsible for several burglaries in the Poplar Estates neighborhood in Germantown.
Investigators say a house fire in Frayser was sparked by a space heater.
It may look like school is out for the day at East High School, but if you walk through the doors and make your way to the library, class is in session.
Firefighters are still watching hot spots after a huge fire in downtown Forrest City, Arkansas. The fire destroyed four businesses.
A Memphis animal control officer is in trouble with the law tonight after being charged with rape.
Four schools, a government building, and bowling alley were all broken into over the last few days. The crimes spread from Southaven to Olive Branch.
A grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony was held Thursday at Spence and Becky Wilson Baptist Children's Hospital in east Memphis.
A Mississippi Gaming Commission Officer was shot in Tunica County Wednesday morning during a training exercise.
Jackson, Tennessee police have released a picture of the car suspected of being used in a deadly shooting.
A $9.5 million tax break for IKEA to move to Memphis. That is the incentive members of the Economic Development Growth Engine approved Wednesday.
The hunt is on for a man who tried to rob a Walgreen's in Midtown Memphis.
Your 2014 tax refund could be delayed because an IRS staff cut.
Fire officials are investigating an early morning fire in north Memphis that destroyed one home and damaged two others.
DeSoto County investigators are looking for two men wanted for breaking into Center Hill Elementary School near Olive Branch.
Memphis Police have released the names of the two men suspected of stealing "Dixie" the dog. Arrest warrants have been issued for Tamgium Carr and Eugene Richmond.
Dozens at a local watering hole combined watching the president speak and playing a board game.
The city council appointed Berlin Boyd for the open District Seven seat.
Visitors packed the National Civil Rights Museum on Martin Luther King Day to reflect on and remember the messages of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mississippi voters will soon be asked to choose between two amendments that deal with school funding.