Some bad news for U.S. retailers. Consumer spending did not reach projections for the month of February.
Many of you have probably stood in long lines to get your driver's license renewed or switched to a new state.
He had already been sentenced for the murder of his estranged wife. Monday, Chris Jones was sentenced to two years of additional time for what he did to her body after he killed her.
Recent FBI statistics reveal that nearly 9 million property crimes take place in the United States each year.
When a life-limiting illness is no longer manageable at home, the Baptist -Reynolds Hospice House can provide much needed support to patients and their loved ones. Part of that care involves the 11th Hour program.
Two Memphis city council members send letter to Mayor asking that he does not go through with plans to add bike lanes to Riverside Drive.
Memphis Police are investigating a crash on the I-240 loop that caused traffic to be diverted off the interstate. The driver had been shot, and died at the scene.
Bluff city pride was in full force Sunday at a special casting call in downtown Memphis. Local movie director Craig Brewer held the casting call for a new video.
Sentencing is set for Monday on an abuse of a corpse charge for convicted killer Chris Jones. His wife Heather Palumbo Jones disappeared in April 2013.
Plans are underway to add additional parking for zoo employees on North Parkway.
Students from the Memphis College of Art made Memphis a little more colorful this weekend.
As negotiations continue over the fate of Dan Jones this weekend, hundreds of protesters have voiced their support for the University of Mississippi Chancellor.
Memphis police officers, firefighters, and other city employees joined together Saturday to protest what they say are unfair working conditions. The protest happened on the corner of Poplar and Highland in the University of Memphis area.
Over a hundred girls will have a dress for prom thanks to one organization.
Grizz Nation is going green. The Wolf River Conservancy teamed up with the Memphis Grizzlies and International Paper Saturday to make Memphis a little greener.
More than 100 people gathered in Clarksdale Mississippi for a peace rally on Saturday. This comes after three murders this year in Clarksdale.
A bill that would require high school students to pass a civics test before graduation is making progress in the Tennessee State House.
A new gun bill makes it easier for women to carry a gun in the Magnolia State.
One person was killed and several others were injured in a crash on Sam Cooper near Graham Friday afternoon.
Students at Hernando High School are "Lighting It Up Blue" to spread awareness about autism.
The flu that can't be avoided by a shot could hit Memphis again.
A decades old downtown Memphis building is getting a major renovation.
The feds have indicted a University of Mississippi student who is accused of defacing a statue of a Mississippi civil rights icon.
A family is looking for answers, after woman disappeared. Carie Zapletal was last seen on December 2nd in her home in Northeast Memphis.
A 24-year-old man was convicted of first-degree murder Friday for the 2012 shooting death of an acquaintance in Frayser.
No more work is to be done at the historic Ashlar Hall. That's the word from Judge Larry Potter, who ordered that all work stop until he can make sure permits have been pulled and everything is up to code.
The head of the Memphis Police Association said he wants the feds to get involved with their contract talks.
Lakeland voters are heading to the polls to decide on a hot button issue.
An accused murderer and suspected teenage gang member is locked up in Clarksdale, Mississippi tonight as residents are vowing to take their city back.
A Bluff City woman is on a mission. Making sure every high school senior gets to enjoy their last year in school.
The Tennessee Supreme Court granted Frederick Herron a new trial after the court found several problems with his original trial that resulted in his conviction.
A missing Chicago mother with mental health issues and her 8-year-old son were found safe in Memphis Thursday night.
A bill requiring some welfare recipients in Arkansas to take drug tests before getting benefits has taken another step toward becoming law.
Folks who live near the Tunica Cutoff are keeping a close eye on rising waters.
The future of public transportation in Memphis. It is the topic of conversation at a Thursday night meeting in Memphis.
Love it or hate it, Thursday night is your chance to let the city know how you feel about potential changes to Riverside Drive.
A Shelby County Schools teacher is one of 13 around the country to get a very prestigious award.
Some magic is coming to Booker T. Washington High School Friday.
A motorist was indicted Thursday on vehicular homicide charges stemming from a hit-and-run accident in November in which one pedestrian was killed and three others were injured.
It is Spring. Which means warmer weather, more daylight, and more runners out enjoying the sunshine.
A husband shot his wife and then himself outside a Whitehaven Kroger Wednesday morning.
A Millington woman accidentally crashed her car into City Hall Wednesday afternoon.
Police are warning residents to keep a close watch on belongings. Most people are making a common mistake, leaving their garage doors wide open and making themselves an easy target.
Firefighters are investigating after a house fire Wednesday afternoon claimed the life of a woman in Walls, MS.
Memphis filmmaker Craig Brewer is looking for people to represent the Bluff City in an upcoming video.
Memphis police are investigating a number of robberies near a Hickory Hill apartment complex.
Reasons behind the firing of Ole Miss chancellor Dan Jones have been vague. But those on the Board of Trustees Of State Institutions Of Higher Learning said their decision stands.
Some students at Arlington Middle School are shaken up following a bus accident Wednesday morning.
Neighbors rattled after they say a woman fell through a concrete stairway in a separate apartment building.
Does God come before government? Even in the Tennessee state legislature where where separation of church and state is supposed to prevail?