Do outdoor pastimes like hunting and fishing deserve the same constitutional protections as the right to bear arms, freedom of speech and trial by jury?
Madison County deputies have arrested three suspects in the break-in and arson of the Old Medina Winery in Jackson, Tennessee.
A former Shelby County Sheriff's Office employee is accused of criminal simulation and extortion.
On November 4th, voters in Tennessee will have a chance to decide if they want to buy wine in grocery stores.
The chairman of the Shelby County Commission is being taken to court. And it is another commissioner who is doing the taking.
Do not forget to expect big delays this weekend on the I-40-I-240 flyover the next two weekends.
Missing 8-month-old Samiyah Nicholes has been found unharmed in Illinois.
Early voting continues in Tennessee until October 30th.
Blake Adams has been hospitalized since September 8th. The teenager's right leg had to be amputated. As of this week he's undergone 23 surgeries.
Highland Oaks Middle School is an extraordinary place. The students are smart and engaged and the teachers and staff are some of the best in the Shelby County school district.
Be extra cautious on the roads. More red light cameras are on the way.
Walter Bailey said he is going to file legal action against Commission Chairman Justin Ford for abuse of power. All this goes on while commissioners are going on the road to show citizens that they are getting along great these days.
A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned to New York from West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus, a law enforcement official briefed on the matter told CNN.
A 911 call led Memphis police to a north Memphis home where they discovered four young children who had been left alone inside of a mobile home.
Hundreds of former Harrah's Casino employees are still waiting on payday, nearly five months after the casino shut down.
Local 24 was first to report two weeks ago about a TDOT construction plan that could shut down the I-55 bridge over the Mississippi River for up to two years.
A living civil rights hero is set to retire. The Monumental Baptist Church announced today that the Reverend Samuel Billy Kyles will retire at the end of this month.
One of the most legendary athletes to ever play at the University of Memphis passed away Thursday morning after a long illness.
A 1-year-old boy is in critical condition at Le Bonheur after nearly drowning in a bathtub.
New information in the case of the man charged with murdering a popular University of Memphis student.
Four state constitutional amendments are on the ballot in Tennessee.
A downtown Memphis Catholic Church is celebrating 150 years in Memphis.
A health insurance controversy someplace other than Memphis city hall? It is happening just across the Main Street Mall in the Shelby County building.
Working to reduce crime in Frayser. It is called the Block Party For Peace.
It is Christmas in October. One local church is gearing up for its "Miracles In North Memphis" event.
One of the issues on the ballot for Arkansas voters is Issue 3.
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.
At age 79, Reverend Samuel Billy Kyles' life is a fascinating journey through history.
Civil Rights icon Rev. Samuel Billy Kyles remembers the March on Washington 50 years ago.
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.
A 27-year-old man has been indicted on second-degree murder charges in the stabbing death of his father in February.
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.
The fight over making changes to the troubled Memphis employee pension plan is back at square one.
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.