A former Memphis man who allegedly kept his ex-girlfriend captive in a wooden box for at least four months is now the suspect in the shooting deaths of her and her 17-year-old son.
Three weeks after Baltimore’s top prosecutor announced initial charges against the six police officers involved in the controversial arrest of Freddie Gray, a grand jury has now indicted all six officers.
Memphis police have arrested the man they say is the ringleader in the BP mob attack last month. He's charged with aggravated assault and aggravated riot.
Josh Duggar is responding to recent reports that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago, saying he "would do anything to go back to those teen years and take different actions."
For the first time in six years, Memphis police officers could end up with a raise by this summer.
Memorial Day holiday travelers in Arkansas will likely face work zones and possible delays due to increased traffic volume.
Members of the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority elected a new board chairman Thursday.
Where is Elbert William's body? It's a question that has been quietly asked in small circles in Brownsville, Tennessee, for decades.
A man described as a professional criminal was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday for an East Memphis holdup in which a victim then followed him for several miles and pointed him out to police.
Thursday, Local Cares and the Mid-South Food Bank are teaming up to end summer hunger for children in our area.
Bullets fly in a south Memphis neighborhood, hitting a minister and another man. It happened Wednesday afternoon in the area of Pendleton St. and Browning Avenue.
Kroger Delta Division is set to hire 200 employees for its new Germantown/Farmington Store located at 7735 Farmington Blvd.
Life after prison is tough. Studies show 67% of people released from prison within five years. But local efforts are helping to break that cycle.
Summer break for students is meant to be an exciting time. Unfortunately, many Shelby County students face the risk of going hungry once school is out.
The Princeton Review has named the University of Memphis as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada.
Noura Jackson pleaded guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter in the 2005 stabbing death of her mother, Jennifer Jackson, at their east Memphis home.
Police have released the name of the man killed in an officer-involved shooting in Cabot, Arkansas, last night.
After 39 years, the Memphis in May International Festival is saying goodbye to its longest running event this Saturday.
A budget battle is underway at the Shelby County Commission and people with the Greater Memphis Chamber of Commerce told commissioners that raising taxes could hurt the county's future.
A woman is now in critical condition after authorities say she jumped from an overpass.
Olive Branch police officers could soon be equipped with body cameras.
The Grindfather earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors.
A new report states more than 6,200 kits or 51% of the total inventory have been fully analyzed or at labs awaiting analysis. As a result, Memphis police have initiated 488 investigations.
Shelby County commissioners have the budget blues. A proposal by county mayor Mark Luttrell would not raise taxes and leaves $6 million left unspent
Federal officials say a Tennessee family used much of the $187 million it collected for cancer patients on luxury vacations, cars, college tuition and executive salaries to nearly a dozen family members in one of the largest charity fraud cases ever.
Takata is nearly doubling the size of its already massive recall for faulty airbags, making it the largest auto recall in history.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church helping those in need in zip code 38126, the downtown Memphis area.
The Memphis City Council has a new member. For the next half year, at least.
Folks with the Riverfront Development Corporation say they have a two page list of passenger riverboats that will be picking up and dropping off folks for the rest of the year.
Food left unattended and cooking on a stove is blamed for a house fire Tuesday in Whitehaven.
Every day, 52,000 children in Shelby County do not know where their next meal is coming from.
A new push to save the Mid-South Coliseum. It has been closed for nearly a decade, but that is not stopping supporters from dreaming big on how to reopen and reshape the more than five decades old facility.
Making sure children in Tennessee have everything they need to succeed. Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed the Individualized Education Act, or IEA, into law Tuesday.
A campaign called "Ban The Box" is pushing to remove the criminal history question from job applications.
Do you live next door to a blighted property? Well, there is an initiative that could give you a chance to own that property and clean-up those eye sores. It is called mow to own.
Music can soothe the soul. For the young patients at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and their families, music is also used to heal.
Local Heroes, Frank and Sue, have spent the past five years working behind the scenes to help keep the Mid-South Food Bank running.
The Memphis trolley saga is getting more complicated by the day. Now, the head of the Memphis Area Transit Authority said the Feds are treating the city's old trolley system as though it was brand new.
The rates of suicide among African-American children have doubled in the last two decades, surpassing the rates among white children, which dropped over the same time period, according to a new study.
"We're going down here at the intersection." Those were the last words from a pilot before the small plane crashed on an Atlanta freeway.
MLGW is launching their "Play It Cool" program on Tuesday.
A street in Memphis may undergo a name change in honor of B.B. King.
Traffic is now back up and running in Midtown after tree fell and blocked part of Poplar Avenue.
Two people are hurt, one critically, after Memphis Police said they were shot while walking down the street.
A big honor for a Germantown 8th grader. She is being recognized for her volunteer work.
After exposing rat droppings and mold, tenants say the landlord is making their lives miserable.
Memorial Day weekend is upon us and you will probably be spending time outside. But are you one of the millions of Americans not protecting yourself from a well-known threat?
In order for food banks to thrive they need cooperation from the community. That comes in the form of volunteers donating their time and money. But it also requires assistance from companies looking for ways to serve the community.
Memphis Police arrested a man who they say threatened to kill his wife with a meat cleaver.
Memphis police are investigating after they say a woman was attacked and stabbed by her boyfriend.