The Mayor's administration is planning to present yet another plan for pension reform for Memphis city workers.
Stunt planes took to the skies over the Bluff City for the Memphis Airshow on Sunday.
Miss this weekend's Memphis Air Show? Check out the high-flying fun in this web extra.
A Shelby County traffic stop turned into a drug bust on Sunday morning.
A man is now behind bars for attempted first degree murder after police say he stabbed a woman in the neck and stomach.
Dozens of local dogs and even one bird participated in Sunday's Blessing of the Animals at Avon Park in East Memphis.
The Multicultural Unity in the Community Picnic has been pushing for peace for the five straight years.
One man has died after a Saturday afternoon shooting involving a Southaven police officer.
Memphis fans are counting down the days til college basketball season starts. Thousands packed FedEx Forum for Memphis Madness and their first look at the new team.
A woman is in critical condition after police say her former boyfriend stabbed her in the neck.
The game of cricket is finding new life here in the Mid-South.
The CDC is now saying Amber Vinson, the second nurse to come down with Ebola after treating Thomas Duncan, may have been sick before her flight home from Ohio last week, when she first triggered a search for 132 of her fellow passengers.
Family, friends, and Local 24 colleagues gathered at Autozone Park Saturday morning to remember and celebrate Mark Walden, our former weatherman who passed away of Sickle Cell disease in 2013.
Local group holds anti-domestic violence rally.
It's all treats this year for store owners. The average person is expected to spend $78 on Halloween.
"Because what people really want is somebody who will lead and do what's right for the people and work with people across party lines. Isn't that what you want?" Former President Bill Clinton addressed a crowd of Arkansans with gubernatorial candidate Mike Ross, Senator Mark Pryor and congressional candidate James Lee Witt.
On Thursday, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) held a press conference to detail its investigation into Thursday's train derailment in Washington County, AR.
What happens if a potential Ebola patient is transported to the hospital in an ambulance? Are Mid-South EMTs prepared to face the deadly virus?
Going above and beyond the call of duty, that's what several Ridgeway Station officers did for a local elderly homeowner.
A woman was arrested Thursday night for burglary after she was caught stealing items from a vehicle inside a garage at a home in west Nashville.
Real Estate website Movoto lists '10 Things Only People From Memphis Understand' and it's pretty accurate.
A community in Mississippi is on edge after a middle school principal returns from a trip to Africa.
Some exciting news tonight in the life of one of our hometown heroes, Corporal Christian Brown.
A Memphis police officer did a really good deed.
Three Memphis men have been indicted on theft charges stemming after they were arrested in June in possession of some $50,000 in stolen copper.
Local 24, CW 30 and Local Cares are proud sponsors of the 2014 Mark Walden Sickle Cell Walk.
In Shelby County, a powerful group of hospital leaders and doctors met Friday afternoon to talk about what happens if a case of Ebola shows up in Memphis or West Tennessee.
Belle Forest Community School is a special place. You notice that right away.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton and Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris are invited to speak at a summit next week to discuss the handling of rape kit backlogs.
Domestic violence can happen to anyone. Someone you know from work or school, even someone sitting in the next pew at church.
For the first time in more than 100 years, the infant mortality rate for Shelby County dropped to its lowest point on record.
Andres Gonzalez-Olivera is charged with cockfighting and animal cruelty. Family members say they were pets and never used for fighting.
Last night we profiled Germantown mayoral candidate Mike Palazollo. Tonight, we sit down with his challenger, George Brodgon, to talk about the issues facing the candidates in the November race.
There are people in Memphis who live in fear of hearing rain on their rooftops.
A well-known doctor in Memphis said local hospitals need to organize a medical SWAT team to be better prepared to deal with Ebola patients.
Frontier Airlines has expanded to five different flights the search for passengers who flew on the same plane as an Ebola-infected nurse from Dallas.
A man was arrested Wednesday night for sexual battery after he allegedly groped a female passenger aboard a flight bound for Nashville.
A local 10-year-old recently learned about two deadly diseases in school. Now she is on a mission to bring awareness to both, one bead at a time.
Voters in Tennessee can exercise their civic duty and pay homage to a hero all at the same time.
Medical experts say lessons are still being learned by the failure at this Dallas hospital leading to the spread of Ebola to health care workers and fear in the country.
More than 14,000 people have signed a petition to save Beau, believing he's been ordered to be put down for killing a duck. There's much more to this story though, and Beau is caught in the middle of a mess.
For the first time since 1994, Germantown residents will elect a new mayor. Local 24 talked to the two candidates, George Brogdon and Mike Palazzolo, about the issues facing Germantown. Tonight we introduce you to Mike Palazzolo.
U.S. mortgage rates are at their lowest levels in more than a year.
Stocking up on staff to make sure presents get under the tree. Amazon is adding more seasonal employees.
A Memphis man faces charges of cockfighting and animal cruelty charges after Memphis police officers found dozens of roosters at a home in Highland Heights.
The mission continues as organizations work to get young people involved in making Memphis a better city.
Bartlett High School has been selected for a very special honor.
The first African-American medical student at University of Tennessee Health and Sciences returned to campus for the Golden Graduates Homecoming. Dr. Alvin Crawford graduated in 1964, when much of the South was still segregated.
The people at the Shelby County Family Safety Center deal with victims of domestic abuse every day.
Former Le Bonheur patient gives back to the hospital that saved her.