Locked out Kellogg's workers could be going back to work soon.
A lame duck Shelby County Commission quacked away Wednesday, but failed to tackle a big and controversial issue.
Florida health officials are warning beachgoers about a seawater bacterium that can invade cuts and scrapes to cause flesh-eating disease.
Mississippi has received 179 of the unaccompanied immigrant children who crossed the U.S. border.
Shelby County is turning to hidden cameras in the crackdown against illegal dumping.
The U.S. Peace Corps is removing all personnel from countries where the Ebola virus has broken out and has placed two of its volunteers in isolation.
Disturbing testimony in the ongoing trial of a Memphis man accused of murdering his own 3-year-old son.
It's election time across the Mid-South. And if you're looking for something to motivate you to cast your ballot, here are two.
Good news when it comes to Shelby County taxpayers paying up. More people are paying their taxes and paying them on time.
How many of you woke up this morning, opened the front door then went back inside to make sure it's still July?
A longtime friend of Jeff Pearcy, one of four men charged in the Holly Bobo case, says she saw a video of the missing nursing student being sexually assaulted by kidnapping and murder suspect Zachary Adams.
Christian groups are calling for the cancellation of a new TV show about Jesus.
There is just a short time left before early voting ends in Shelby County.
Police have released surveillance photos of a suspect wanted for a bank robbery in Jackson, Tennessee Tuesday afternoon.
A Horn Lake, Mississippi father and stepmother have been indicted on a capital murder charge for the death of an 11-year-old boy.
Grizz Nation has a new way to grit, grind, and drive.
Americans have a debt problem. An estimated 1 in 3 adults with a credit history -- or 77 million people -- are so far behind on some of their debt payments that their account has been put "in collections."
Every year Lifeblood supplies more than 100,000 units of blood for patient transfusions.
The U.S. border crisis is hitting close to home for residents in Tennessee.
Memphis City Council members are once again discussing the changes to city health care. Dozens of Memphis police and fire supporters and city employees packed city hall Tuesday afternoon.
What do you think about the recent changes to Riverside Drive? In June, the city shut down two of four lanes, converting them to walking and biking only.
Registration begins for Shelby County and all six new suburban school systems Tuesday. It will be the first big test for the new municipalities.
The mother of a baby born addicted to drugs is now in jail.
It's a case of domestic violence that has the nation and the Mid-South talking. It's a story elevant to Memphis, a hot bed for domestic violence. And you might be shocked to hear what some people say about the behavior.
A neglected pit bull, left abandoned in a house for a week, is on the road to recovery thanks to some Shelby County deputies.
A South Carolina man who says he's been struck by lightning ten times compares the feeling to being zapped inside a microwave.
It is back to school for Shelby County teachers Monday.
A popular Midtown restaurant is getting repaired after a driver smashed into it early Sunday morning.
A bill being introduced Monday in the U.S. House of Representatives would amend the Controlled Substances Act -- the federal law that criminalizes marijuana -- to exempt plants with an extremely low percentage of THC, the chemical that makes users high.
The battle over healthcare cuts for Memphis city employees is getting national attention. The Bloomberg Business Journal says the city has only it's leadership to blame.
Election day is next week and a lot of people are going to be watching this one like a hawk.
New information about the widespread problems at the country's VA hospitals.
We often hear it said time and time again, donating blood can save a life. Every year, Lifeblood in Memphis suppliles more than 100,000 units of blood for patient transfusions.
Support for a two percent tax to benefit Hernando's "Pennies For The Parks" program is growing.
Collierville police are looking for the man who robbed a woman at her home.
Two weekend rallies supporting opposing sides in the Israel/Palestine conflict show Memphis is divided over the situation in the Middle East.
The Amazing Acro-Cats, a group of talented feline performers, will take the stage at Midtown’s Evergreen Theatre in November.
Memphis Police believe three different robberies in the University of Memphis area are connected.
Olive Branch residents gathered in front of city hall on Sunday to collect signatures against commercial rezoning.
Collierville teachers, parents, and staff kicked off the new school year at a big open house event Sunday afternoon.
On Saturday, pro-Palestinian rally on Poplar and Highland where dozens and dozens of people came out to show their support for Palestine.
A Memphis man is behind bars accused of shooting and killing another man near the airport.
Memphis Police say a female suspect robbed the Suntrust Bank on 3441 Poplar Saturday morning.
Governor Bill Haslam is angry he wasn't told that 760 unaccompanied illegal immigrant children were placed in the Volunteer State.
A former Shelby County Sheriff's recruit, charged in a deadly hit and run, made his first appearance in court Friday.
More construction projects planned across Memphis could lead to delays and frustrations for Mid-South drivers.
A gathering fit for one of the King's biggest fans. Friends celebrate the life of the late owner of Graceland Too.
The power of the polls. City employees protesting budget cuts rally to enact change through their vote.
Volunteers cleaned-up Ashlar Hall today in hopes of making the space into a center for veterans.
The Memphis Fire Department held an Informational Orientation on Saturday to explain the benefits and demands of becoming a Memphis Fire Recruit.