Overton Square is the hot new spot in Memphis. Dining options are growing by the month and it seems new stores are opening every week.
If you drive with a phone in your hand, you better put it down now.
A multi-state search began Sunday for Livia Harris of Senatobia, Mississippi who mysteriously disappeared Saturday afternoon.
Lottery players have millions of reasons to buy a ticket or two this week.
The FBI offered a $20,000 reward Monday for information that will bring 2-year-old Myra Lewis home.
Many Mid-Southerners want more high-end grocery store options and they are going public with a campaign to bring more choices to Memphis.
Researchers have developed a blood test that can predict one's likelyhood of developing Alzheimer's with 90% accuracy.
A Colorado man who bought girl scout cookies is facing huge fees after an apparent banking error.
Sheriff Dickerson was injured when a driver ran a stop sign and smashed into his cruiser at the intersection of Highway 309 and Stonewall Road in Byhalia on Saturday afternoon.
The Children's Museum of Memphis has won accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums.
A small plane in Mulberry, FL was doing 'Touch and Goes' on Saturday when it got caught in a parachute.
Students at Victory University celebrated Senior Day on Sunday at a baseball game against Principia College.
The search continued on Sunday for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Around 10:20P.M. on Saturday a Memphis Police Officer was involved in a vehicle crash on N. Willett and Poplar in Midtown Memphis.
The second annual Memphis Grizzlies Dribble Parade to benefit Youth United Way took place Saturday.
Nearly 200 people came out to the Ride for Holly Bobo to show their support for the Bobo family. The ride started in Lexington and drivers and motorcyclist took the highway to Parsons.
A Mid-South woman celebrated a very happy birthday this week.
The annual South by Southwest technology festival in Austin, TX has never been cookie cutter.
At a month into the tax season, the IRS says more than 48 million refunds have been issued.
Road construction is causing long delays in East Memphis.
The Frayser Community held a fundraiser today to benefit two girls who lost their home to a fire on Monday.
Police are still looking for Otis Reddic, Jr., the man who opened fire in Oak Court Mall on Thursday evening.
A 8.7 million pound meat recall is affecting several stores in Memphis. See the list here.
Memphis Police, along with the Shelby County Sheriff's Office, Bartlett Police, Millington Police, and the U.S. Marshals participated in Operation Spring Break, a warrant round-up and public awareness campaign.
The hunt is on for the man who opened fire inside Oak Court Mall Thursday.
Over the past few years, Overton Square has attracted some of the city's hottest new restaurants. But some people who live in that area say the big crowds has brought them big headaches when it comes to parking on their own street.
Exclusive security video from inside Oak Court Mall at the time of Thursday night's shooting shows scared shoppers scattering after bullets started flying.
Arkansas lawmakers want to know why the winter storm impacted the highways in Arkansas more than it did in other Mid-South states.
A man who told police he spanked his girlfriend’s 3-year-old daughter for five or six minutes has been indicted on felony murder charges in the child’s death last year.
Memphis police are hoping someone will recognize a burglary suspect caught on camera breaking into a Frayser elementary school.
A 33-year-old Memphis man has been indicted on three felony counts of selling heroin within 1,000 feet of a school zone.
There's a new kid on the block at Memphis International Airport.
New information about the man who pleaded guilty to vandalizing a Torah in Jackson, Tennessee.
The person who fired shots inside Oak Court Mall sending one man to the hospital is still on the run tonight.
Thursday night at approximately 5:45pm, officers responded to a Shooting call at 530 Oak Court Drive at the Oak Court Mall.
The morning Holly Bobo went missing, the man now charged with kidnapping and murdering her, logged onto Facebook.
The effort continues to keep the Memphis Symphony Orchestra up and running after a financial crisis was announced in January.
Gunfire at Oak Court Mall sends shoppers running for cover. The mall went into lockdown as police raced to the scene.
Zachary Adams' rap sheet is a long one. The list of his offenses runs more than a dozen pages and includes multiple assaults, drug charges, and attacks on women, including one where he shot his own mother.
Victory University is closing it's doors for good at the end of the semester.
As our thoughts turn to warmer weather, the people who make ice cream are ramping up to feed our hunger for one of the most traditional American treats.
Two Memphis teens will spend the next 17 years in prison for robbing an elderly woman and shooting her.
The COGIC pastor who tried to pray away his desire to sexually abuse a girl is headed to the slammer.
Those who know Zach Adams said he didn't murder Holly Bobo.
The Memphis man accused of putting a puppy in a dishwasher is finally locked up, indicted on felony animal cruelty charges.
MLGW continues to turn the lights back on across Shelby County. Some people were without power for as long as five days.
A Memphis man has been indicted on first-degree murder charges stemming from the death of his girlfriend who was beaten and set on fire in a bathtub.
Legally married same sex couples can file federal taxes for the first time this year. But if they live in states that don't recognize their unions, like Arkansas, Tennessee, and Mississippi, things get complicated.
The University of Memphis will open on Saturday, March 22, to assist the students of Victory University.
He had his first bond marrow transplant September of 2011.