A Shelby County Sheriff's deputy recruit was arrested at the training academy Thursday for a hit and run accident that killed two people.
Shoppers in Mississippi are gearing up to save on back-to-school shopping.
More than 200 residents living in a local mobile home park may soon be homeless. MLGW says the property manager owes over $50,000 for unpaid utilities.
While it seems like it's half a world away, you will find many in the Mid-South who are supporting both Israel and Palestine sides in the conflict.
"Red Rash" and "Blue Flu" might be a thing of the past now, but the fight against cuts to Memphis police and fire benefits is far from over.
Business is booming at Overton Square in Midtown Memphis. New restaurants and businesses are opening left and right with more coming soon.
Shelby County moved closer this week to making major changes to one of its main north/south roads.
Helena, Arkansas is a town in the midst of revitalization. City leaders have tried various projects to create business interest. Next on the list is a pop up bar.
The mayor of Shelby County says there are major challenges ahead and that he is the guy best prepared to handle them.
The mayor of Caruthersville, Missouri was killed in a fire at his home Wednesday night.
The average person has 11 pints of blood in their body, and that means you can spare some now and again.
A group of Memphis protesters say they are not going anywhere. Planning on another rally for city workers today.
Members of the 1174th Transportation Company discovered a pregnant dog in the middle of giving birth yesterday.
The City of Collierville returned a half of a million dollar donation to Beverly Babb Elliot because they could not build what her donation was intended for.
It's only July but Helena, Arkansas, and blues fans everywhere are looking forward to the King Biscuit Blues Festival October 8th.
The hunt is on for a mother accused of giving birth to a drug-addicted baby.
Whether you plan to cast your vote early or on election day, you should allow some extra time. This year's ballot is a long one.
Local 24, CW 30, and Local Cares are teaming up with Lifeblood to help fill the critical need for blood donations in the Mid-Ssouth.
Tense moments outside the Department Of Human Services office in north Memphis Wednesday.
A Shelby County woman is charged with TennCare fraud involving doctor shopping.
A contractor was rescued Wednesday morning after the wall of a trench he was digging collapsed.
Little Rock Air Force Base went on lockdown Wednesday after receiving reports about a suspicious person.
In the race for Shelby County Mayor, incumbent Republican Mark Luttrell is going up against Democrat Deidre Malone.
Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin announced An Act to Increase the Arkansas Minimum Wage* did not meet the required 62,507 valid signatures after the verification process.
The Federal Aviation Administration extended its ban Wednesday on U.S. airlines' flights to and from Tel Aviv, Israel, for another 24 hours.
Flyers rejoiced when Southwest Airlines arrived in Memphis last year. Now, the airline is cutting flights.
While friends and family of 'Graceland Too' owner Paul MacLeod are waiting to find out how he died, other are wondering about the future of the popular Mississippi tourist attraction.
Collierville is officially a "Preserve American Community," a title handed down by the White House.
Memphis Police are investigating two shootings from overnight Tuesday.
Wednesday, a special ceremony is being held at the CJC in downtown Memphis to recognize graduates who have completed a life changing program.
Memphis police are looking for the person who shot and killed a man in the airport area.
A local memphis BBQ restaurant is counting its blessings after a Wednesday morning fire.
Suiting up with the Shelby County Sheriff's Office. Local 24 gets up close and personal with some of the dangers deputies face in the line of duty.
More red light cameras are coming to the Mid-South. Germantown plans to add cameras to some of the town's busiest intersections by the end of the year.
If you've picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger or Walmart stores recently, keep reading.
The Federal Aviation Administration has told U.S. airlines that they are prohibited from flying to or from Israel's Ben Gurion Airport for up to 24 hours.
After winding its way through the courts for almost half a decade, a judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the City of Memphis for cutting employee salaries by 4.6%.
A local judge is credited with helping stop a domestic assault as it happened.
Memphis police are searching for the gunmen responsible for shooting four teens late Monday night.
A Millington grocery store is cleaning up after a car crashed through its front doors Monday night.
Officers and firefighters are making their way back to work, but there is still a push among the public to show support for the first responders.
A Cordova woman snapped several closeup photos of a bobcat seen in her backyard Sunday morning.
A passenger who tried to pack heat on a plane is gunless tonight.
The fight to keep Elvis' planes at Graceland is still going strong, and it's gone international too.
Opposition is mounting to development plans in east Olive Branch. Residents turned out in big numbers Monday to voice their concerns to city leaders.
The words compromise and Shelby County rarely go together, except for today. With a 7-3 vote, commissioners agreed to pump $3 million into pre-kindergarten programs for Shelby County Schools.
Police say two teens were injured after an accidental shooting in north Memphis early Monday morning.
It was just last year that Southwest Airlines arrived in Memphis.
Memphis police have three men in custody, after a well-liked liquor store owner was shot and killed in an attempted robbery.
The famous 'Graceland Too' museum in Holly Springs, Mississippi will reopen to the public during Elvis Week next month.