The kitchen becomes one of the busiest places in the home during Thanksgiving.
Millions of strollers are being recalled because the hinges can cut off your child's fingertips.
We all know it is flu season. Parents also need to be on the lookout for a potentially dangerous respiratory virus called "RSV."
Excitement at St. Jude Thursday as organizers get ready for a very special visitor.
In two weeks, Cosby is set to talk at a fundraiser for Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee. The university is sticking with the choice to host Cosby despite public outcry.
A Memphis police officer has been charged with second degree murder and attempted second degree murder after shooting her girlfriend early Wednesday morning.
Inmates at Haywood County Jail will soon be able to receive on-site mental healthcare services.
Memphis police said they have cracked a major drug pipeline stretching all the way from Texas. It has been dubbed “Operation Paradise White.”
The mother of a four-month-old girl who died of drug toxicity last November pleaded guilty Wednesday to reckless homicide.
Memphis police continue to investigate a deadly overnight crash involving an 18-wheeler.
In a rare move, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton is using his veto power to avoid a showdown with the state. It all has to do with earthquake requirements for new homes.
A Tennessee probation officer has been indicted, accused of using his position to mistreat probationers assigned to him.
The grand jury hearing evidence on the Michael Brown shooting is preparing to meet Friday for what might be its final session, and a decision on whether to charge Officer Darren Wilson could come the same day.
This morning, radio station WDIA took its show where you do not want to go.
Over the last month, crime is down almost 13% in the Midtown neighborhood of Cooper-Young compared to last year.
A 71-year-old man who talked his way into living in an $800,000 home in Cordova and then arranged for more than $200,000 in improvements that he never paid for has pleaded guilty to eight felony theft charges.
A man was arrested for throwing a frozen turkey during a domestic dispute Monday night.
A message to Shelby County agencies from county commissioners. If you are looking for more money, look somewhere else.
Nearly 100 people are charged with identity theft and forgery in a check cashing conspiracy.
There are five shopping Saturdays until Christmas.
"The Awakening Of A Trouble Mind" is the name of a movie filmed right here in the Bluff City.
No matter what anybody says, the campaign for who will be the next mayor of Memphis is underway. And it has started over one issue--hiring more police officers.
The Memphis Grizzlies today announced a special ticket promotion available for Grizz Nation in recognition of the team’s league-leading 10-1 record, and fastest start in franchise history.
A woman was arrested Monday after she admitted she threw cell phones over the fence at a Tennessee prison where her brother is housed.
The government is putting debt collectors on notice. Federal agents in Georgia arrested the founder of a debt collection agency along with six other employees for allegedly running a $4.1 million debt collection scam.
Residents and business owners are upset Bank of America is closing its branch at the corner of Cooper and Young Avenues, but won't be giving up the space.
BBB is warning Mid-South businesses to be on the lookout for phony invoices that appear to be past due invoice notices from ADP.
Crews are still working to repair the tracks at Southern and Cooper.
Local Cares' “Turkey Truck Tuesday” is in full swing. And there are three ways you can help.
The Shelby County Office of Prepareness Emergency Operations Center met with reps of faith-based organizations and non-profit organizations to discuss ways to reinforce that partnership and ways to assist disaster victims.
Marshall County schools are going green. The district has partnered with Schneider Electric to begin an energy efficient project that's expected to save millions of dollars.
New information about Memphis' rape kit backlog. City leaders have come up with more than a million dollars to pay for testing.
New information about the buzzer beater that left Grizz Nation in shock. The Sacramento Kings are now protesting last week's loss to the Grizzlies.
One southwest Memphis pastor has made it his mission to make sure residents in need there don't go hungry this holiday season.
The constant threat of flooding has the DeSoto County Board of Supervisors taking action. The board has come up with a plan to keep the county afloat.
Some area veterans say they haven't seen many, if any, improvements at the VA hospital over the last several months.
Nearly 100 people are charged with identity theft and forgery in a check-cashing conspiracy.
For most couples, the birth of a child is the best gift they could ever get.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency Monday ahead of an expected grand jury decision in the case of Michael Brown.
Local I-Team's Jeni DiPrizio investigates why developers of the Crosstown Project are not installing a fire safety feature required for new high rise buildings.
A doctor who spent time treating Ebola patients in West Africa died from the virus Monday in Nebraska.
One of the victim's in Saturday’s deadly house explosion in Keiser is improving.
From the moment they wake up, kids are surrounded by screens. Whether they are at home or at school, they are staring at computers or smartphones. Now, many parents are worried about how that might hurt their child’s vision.
Here in Shelby County, we did not get much snowfall. But that was not the case for folks in Dyersburg. It made for a messy commute for some drivers Monday morning.
A wintry mix is expected to happen overnight Sunday.
Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the rest of the night.
Santa arrived at the Oak Court Mall this weekend ready to grant wishes.
The Cooper Young community farmers market celebrated year round access to fresh food with a winter jubilee on Sunday.
This week marked the 10th anniversary of the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock.
A house fire early Saturday morning claimed the life of one Memphis man.