A mad dash to the pump. Memphis has some of the cheapest gas in the country right now and drivers are waiting in long lines to fill up before the prices go up.
Get ready for big traffic delays and backups if you're headed into Memphis on Sam Cooper Blvd. the next two weekends.
Don Mann spent more than 17 years as a U.S. Navy SEAL and is among the ranks of men who helped bring down Osama bin Laden. He has since written the national bestseller 'Inside SEAL Team Six."
More than 500 students from local schools heard from inspirational leaders like University of Memphis basketball coach Josh Pastner who told them they have to learn to lead themselves before they can lead anyone else.
2014 will be remembered for a lack of heat. It was a tame summer locally, including a record cool July. Logically, this winter should stay the course with Canada visiting often, right?
A Memphis man and woman are jailed in Franklin after they were arrested at a hotel.
Dylan Adams, a suspect in the Holly Bobo murder case, pleaded not guilty to counts of rape Wednesday morning.
Indicted for embezzlement. Investigators said a Memphis Court Clerk's office employee stole money from city coffers.
Social Security checks will rise by 1.7% -- which translates into $22 more each month for the average retired worker.
Target is taking a major step in the battle for holiday shopping dollars.
If you work for Shelby County, get ready to adjust your budget. There is a chance you could be paying more for your health insurance.
DeSoto Central High School principal Cory Uselton has reason to celebrate.
Memphis-based FedEx is expecting another record-breaking holiday season.
Mid-South drivers came to a screeching halt when they saw the sign for cheap gas Wednesday.
It is the time of year when we are inundated by everything pumpkin.
With goblins, ghosts, and creatures of every size and shape creeping around the neighborhood, Halloween can be frightening for even the bravest.
Shocking details of sex for money at a Shelby County high school. Students say a female student charged male students for sex acts in a girl's bathroon at Bolton High School.
A woman is accused of robbing a man at the Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis.
A 27-year-old man has been indicted on second-degree murder charges in the stabbing death of his father in February.
A Shelby County Schools student is recovering after accidentally shooting himself in the leg at school.
An additional 30 red-light cameras will be installed at eighteen 18 intersections this month, bringing 24-hour enforcement technology to dangerous intersections.
A trailer full of equipment that was stolen from a Lakeland Cub Scout troop has been found in North Memphis.
A day after meeting and talking about the good job Memphis is doing handling the 12,360 untested rape kits came bad news. Police said they found 14 more untested kits.
The fight over making changes to the troubled Memphis employee pension plan is back at square one.
A joke two friends were playing on another friend almost turned into a countywide emergency. There's now a police investigation and a stern warning for anyone else looking to joke about the highly contagious virus.
A water war is brewing between Memphis and Mississippi.
A grandmother expresses her outrage after two boys, charged in the shooting of her grandson, are free from jail. Her grandson is still in the hospital with a bullet in his head.
Are you tired of getting robo-calls? You can now add big banks to the list of businesses that want permission to make automatic calls and texts to your cell phone.
An outpouring of support for a Mid-South teen still fighting for his life nearly two weeks after he flipped his Jeep.
Raising awareness about a topic most often considered taboo.
The Shelby County Health Department took a stand Tuesday, saying it is ready if a case of Ebola shows up here.
Pension reform is on the minds of many at Memphis City Hall.
It is a special night for Local 24 as Nexstar Broadcasting CEO Perry Sook is inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. Sook is one of 12 industry pioneers honored tonight in New York City.
Possible wage increase for U of M employees.
Technology may be able to help fight childhood obesity by helping kids keep track of what they eat.
History is on display at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library.
There's no cure for Ebola. So why have some patients walked away healthy while others in the West died?
The city council has given more money to the Department of Public Works to get busy and start repaving.
If you think you've had a bad experience with a date you met online, this man probably has you beat.
Drivers using Walnut Grove on their way home should have plenty of time to read the signs being carried by demonstrators calling for changes at the intersection of Farm Road.
Early voting begins Monday across Arkansas for the 2014 General Election.
The cities of Cleveland and Memphis might fight over where rock and roll began, but they are pulling together, along with Detroit, to fight the battle of untested rape kits.
Drivers will pay less at the pump this week as gas prices continue to drop.
The City of Germantown has been given a grant to help you. The city received a grant for Greenline locators which will allow first responders to find you quickly in case of an emergency.
Watch out for deer! That is the message from the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Apple Pay is here. Starting Monday, you can use your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to buy items at more than 220,000 stores or inside apps.
Many people will not be doing their holiday shopping at stores affected by data breaches.
Two years after her son was gunned down, a mother continues her mission to put the killers behind bars.
A major new facility is opening here in the Mid-South that health experts say will be a huge benefit for patients.
It is not uncommon to hear homeowners complain about the contractors they've hired.