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Where to apply for COVID-19 rent and utility relief in Shelby County
The program is reopening applications starting Wednesday, June 1.
The Juicy Cactus and Tru Bros stir up healthy drinks
“This is not just about serving juice,” said Jenice Hill, the owner of The Juicy Cactus.
Need home repairs? You could qualify for Shelby County's rehabilitation program
Shelby County's Department of Housing Division is awarding eligible homeowners free home repairs. The deadline to apply is August 31.
Amid sweltering heat, a Mid-South animal shelter is asking for help to buy A/C unit for their kennel, which lacks one
The Senatobia-Tate County Animal Shelter said they need as much as $15,000 to get an A/C unit to cool down their hot dogs and cats.
How to watch a live snake clutch hatching online from the Memphis Zoo
The Zoo is offering a livestream of the hatching of its first Louisiana pine snake clutch this year on its website.
Do you know the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke?
Both heat exhaustion and heat stroke can be dangerous - but one can be deadly. Here's what to look out for.
Here are the best places to cool down in Memphis this summer
From splash pads to community centers, here's a one stop shop of places you can go to escape the heat.
Here's where to watch July 4th fireworks in the Mid-South
Here's a complete guide to all of the major fireworks displays in the Mid-South.
Voter registration deadline is now | Here's how to prepare
In Tennessee, voters will not be able to register to vote on election day, which again is Thursday, August 4. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is July 28.
Here's how low-income seniors can get vouchers for fresh produce at farmer's markets
The program is open to low-income seniors at least 60 years of age or older who live in Shelby County.
3 trade packages that could bring Kevin Durant to the Grizzlies, and why Memphis won't make it happen
The NBA superstar wants out of Brooklyn, according to ESPN, and Memphis is one of the top destinations for the two-time champ. But will the Grizzlies make the move?
MTSU launches website to help students reduce - and even eliminate - tuition
MTSU launched a new MTFree website where students can meet virtually with an enrollment coordinator and go over options like scholarships and grants.
Here's a list of Tennessee's new laws for 2022 taking effect on July 1
From anti-transgender legislation to new rules cracking down on DUI and BUI offenders, here are some of the laws taking effect on July 1, 2022.
Why your MLGW bills could go up as much as 40% this summer
Bills could increase 20% to 40% on average, depending on how much electricity the customer uses. That could equal $30 to $60 extra per month.
Applications are now open for new gun safety council in Shelby County
Anyone interested in joining the Shelby County Council on Gun Safety can apply through July 15, 2022.
What to know about 2022 tax-free weekends in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee
Sales tax holidays give shoppers the opportunity to buy certain electronic devices, school and art supplies, clothes, and more free of state and local sales taxes.
Where is it legal to shoot fireworks in the Mid-South?
Here's a list of where you can and can't shoot off your own fireworks in the Mid-South.
Those in Tennessee's Families First program could soon see an extra $450 on their EBT cards
Households with active and ongoing cases in the program as of May 31, 2022, will receive a one-time payment of $450 on their Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards.
U.S. Postal Inspection Service investigating after mail stolen from drop-off boxes
We're told the mail was stolen from the U.S. Post Office boxes in the 3700 block of Winchester Road, not far from Old Getwell.
Ja Morant nominated for 2 ESPY awards | How you can help him win
The Grizzlies superstar landed nominations in the "Best Breakthrough Athlete" and "Best Play" categories for the 2022 sports awards show.
TDOT to suspend all construction-related lane closures on interstates, state routes from July 1-5
TDOT said closures will begin July 1 at 6 a.m. and end on July 5 at 6 a.m. and it will provide maximum roadway capacity for holiday travelers.
Here's how to see Shelby County District Attorney nominees Amy Weirich and Steve Mulroy answer questions from the community
Throughout the forum, both nominees will answer questions submitted by citizens of Shelby County.
Free screenings for National HIV Testing Day
Research shows nearly every one in seven people who are HIV positive are unaware that they have the virus, the health department said.
What happens in the Mid-South now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned
There are two reproductive health clinics in Shelby County that perform abortions. Planned Parenthood said women would still have options.
Tickets are on sale for the inaugural Grind City Fest this August in downtown Memphis
The inaugural Grind City Fest is a two-day music festival featuring brews, blues, and bluegrass at Grind City Brewing Company.
TDOT launches new hotline for drivers to report roadway safety hazards
The hotline will allow drivers to report potholes and other maintenance issues that may be considered a roadway safety hazard.
'Crown Me Royal Film Festival' hoping to bring exposure and opportunities to Memphis film makers
From July 29 through July 31, aspiring filmmakers will get to work with and learn from industry professionals through panel discussions and celebrity Q & A sessions.
Mumpower: More state involvement possible with Shelby County Clerk's Office
State Comptroller Jason Mumpower asked Shelby County Clerk Wanda Halbert for full cooperation with an audit of her office.
'Don't judge a book by its cover' | Family uses bond over books to fulfill dream
The Johnson family loved reading stories so much, they decided to write their own.
ARDOT to host meeting about its Arkansas Electric Vehicle Deployment Plan
Handouts and information about the electric deployment plan will be provided during the meeting, ARDOT said.
Want to get paid $500 a month? You might qualify if you have a two-year-old in Memphis
A former MSCS principal created a pilot Pre-K program for two-year-olds. Families accepted will get a $500 monthly stipend.
It's Navy Week in Memphis! Here's where you can find sailors in the Bluff City this week
Navy Week is back in Memphis for the first time since 2017, with public events designed to connect the people of the Bluff City with the country's sea service.
Parents are holding themselves accountable for low TCAP scores
The saying ‘it takes a village’ is the message parents are giving each other after the long-awaited TCAP results were announced.
State parks offer community service hours for Tennessee Promise students
Tennessee State Parks is offering volunteer work events at parks across the state this month for Tennessee Promise scholars to fulfill their community service hours.
In the sky | Bluff City Balloon Jamboree hosts a full-experience preview day for some special guest
Special Night for Special Kids, the private event for children and adults living with intellectual disabilities, will jumpstart the weekend hot air balloon fun.
Calling high school students: Here's how to apply for Memphis Challenge
Applications must be in be 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, June 30, 2022.
Why you might want to put a freeze on your credit reports, and how to do it
ABC24 spoke with Randy Hutchinson from the Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South (BBB) about what people should know.
Cooper Young Festival booths are now on sale | Here's how to apply to b a vendor
Artist who hand-make their art form must complete a vendor application online. Booth spaces are $250, and CYBA said that all fees are non-refundable.
Planning ahead | TN Achieves introduces a reformed mentoring program for high school seniors
tnAchieves is now accepting mentors, allowing people who are interested in mentoring to apply online.
Memphis Made releases limited-edition beer sold only at Huey's
Summer Frills is a golden ale made with Vienna and pilsner malt, as well as a touch of wheat. Saaz hops help round out the beer with delicate spice notes.
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