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Memphis-Shelby County Schools to open School Choice applications Monday, Feb. 6
Originally set to open Tuesday, the application portal opening has been delayed due to power outages and closures from the ice storm.
Missing in the Mid-South | Have you seen these people?
Anyone with information on the location of these missing persons is asked to call the law enforcement agency involved with that case.
City of Memphis launches alert system
Those who wish to sign up can visit memphisalerts.com for more information.
Ready to roll, but nowhere to go: Memphis Roller Derby needs your help to find new space
With the Memphis Showboats football team cruising into town, the derby is being wheeled out of their practice and bout space.
Here's a list of school and public facility closures in the Mid-South during the icy weather
Several school and government facilities have closed due to the icy winter weather and slick roads.
How the City of Memphis is dealing with ice in the Mid-South
Public Works Director Robert Knecht told ABC24 that bridges and overpasses remain the trouble spots.
Power outages stretch across the Mid-South during winter weather
As of 10:45 p.m. Thursday, MLGW said it had nearly 4,255 without power, and Entergy Mississippi reported about 8,100 without power.
Literacy Mid-South to honor Tyre Nichols by distributing books featuring skateboarding & photography
"It is important for Black children to see stories that feature characters who look like them," the group said in a statement.
Personnel files show past disciplinary action against some officers charged in Tyre Nichols' death
We're learning more about previous incidents involving four of the five officers.
Video released in deadly police beating of Tyre Nichols
City of Memphis officials released the graphic footage at 6 p.m. Friday.
1 on 1 with MPD Chief C.J. Davis on Tyre Nichols, release of video depicting police violence
We sat down with the Memphis Police Chief about her thoughts on the video showing the confrontation that led to Tyre Nichols' death.
Rodeo of the Mid-South is back
There is a 2:0 show and a 7:30 p.m. show. Tickets start at $20, and doors open one hour before each show.
Now Hiring | Memphis Zoo hosts job fairs in February
The fairs will be held Tuesday, Feb. 7, and Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and the zoo said they are looking to hire more than 150 people for spring.
2023 Mardi Gras Pegasus Ball helps tackle domestic violence in LGBTQ+ community
“Those krewes became social clubs, became political organizations to champion the rights of the LGBTQ community," said Brandon Leslie with Mystic Krewe of Pegasus.
How to apply for Shelby County’s 5th annual Summer Work Experience Program
The deadline to apply is Tuesday, February 24, 2023. The program runs June 5 through July 28.
How do you get updates from the City of Memphis? Take this survey to let leaders know
The City Communications Division said the survey will help it better identify the preferred communication channels and interests of folks in Memphis.
District 86 Special Election Day | Here's what you need to know
Voters must vote at their respective polling locations. Polls for the District 86 Special Election Day will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
How a Mid-South technician is helping young & old learn the basic of electronics
“They learn how to do the repairs themselves, and also it teaches them from being ripped off by people who come in to do repairs for them,” said Joseph Oliver Jr.
Happy MLK Day | Here's how you can celebrate the holiday
The NCRM will host several events at the museum in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. There are also other events happening in the city. Check here for details.
What to expect from Sarah Huckabee Sanders first 100 days as Arkansas governor
Sarah Huckabee Sanders made history on Tuesday, delivering her inaugural address on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol as the 47th governor.
MLK Day events planned for National Civil Rights Museum
A new photography exhibit, a blood drive and food donations are among the planned highlights of the National Civil Rights Museum's celebration of the holiday.
Mid-South church hosts regular blood drives aimed at helping sickle cell patients
The next drive is Jan. 16, 2023, in honor of MLK Day, from 2 p.m. to 8.m. at New Covenant Seventh Day Adventist Church at 4335 Horn Lake Rd.
Memphis warming Center opens Friday night at Greenlaw Community Center
The City of Memphis said the warming center at 190 Mills Ave. will be open from 10 p.m. until 7 a.m. Saturday morning.
Deadline extended for MSCS survey on superintendent search
The deadline has been extended to Jan. 22, 2023, for parents, MSCS staff, and anyone who would like their voice heard about the superintendent search.
Tennessee program now lets victims of trafficking, domestic abuse, and more shield their addresses
Secretary of State Tre Hargett's office says the Safe at Home address confidentiality program provides approved applicants a substitute address that can be used.
How you can read proposed amendments for Tennessee bills
The Tennessee House is offering the public access to an online platform that makes it easier to read proposed amendments to bills.
How to volunteer for annual Point-in-Time Count on homelessness on Jan. 25
The count will run from 3 a.m. to 11 a.m. that Wednesday, with First Congregational Church at 1000 S. Cooper Street serving as headquarters.
Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, ODESZA among line-up for Bonnaroo 2023
The Foo Fighters are returning to touring in 2023 after the sudden death of drummer Taylor Hawkins last March.
New Elvis exhibit opens at Graceland, just in time for the 88th birthday celebrations
His daughter Lisa Marie Presley will be on hand for the festivities at Graceland Sunday.
Collins Yard opens on weekends for debris/clutter drop-off in Memphis
Beginning Jan. 13, 2023, the Collins Yard Convenience Center, will be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for residents to get rid of debris.
Resources available for Mid-South renters who are experiencing apartment damages
Landlords are prohibited from retaliating against renters who might seek legal help to enforce their rights.
Greater Memphis Chamber launches workforce survey for area employers
The Chamber said the 15-minute survey will inform and directly influence workforce development and education in the area.
Early voting is underway for special election for Tennessee House District 86
The winner will fill the seat Rep. Barbara Ward Cooper held for decades. She died in October just days before the midterm elections in November.
'Keepin it Memphis' gives artists opportunity to perform original music
Once a month, Mid-South artists get the chance to perform and play all their original music.
Dealing with potholes? Send in the location to get them fixed
Drivers can text "833-TDOTFIX" to report potholes, but there's also an app drivers can use.
Chris Rock & Dave Chappelle bring tour to FedExForum Jan. 23
Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, Jan. 6, with a presale on Jan. 4.
What Methodist's split with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee means for those under their coverage
Those with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee will no longer be covered at several Methodist-Le Bonheur Health Care locations.
Here are some of the laws that went into effect on Jan. 1, 2023 in Tennessee
Some of the laws add training requirements for security guards and specifies that building codes need to include ways to mitigate structural collapses.
Here are some laws that go into effect across the country in 2023
Laws across the country are taking effect in various states with the new year. Tennessee's include a new wine and liquor law that will remove case discounts.
Here's how you can help the victims of Thursday's fire at the Feels Like Home senior lifestyle residences
One person died and two others were injured in the fire Thursday night, which required 25 fire engines to put out, the Memphis Fire Department said.
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