Antioch church moving forward 1 year after mass shooting

This weekend marks a solemn anniversary in Middle Tennessee.

Traffic Alert: Downed tree blocks off Mendenhall Road

One downed tree in East Memphis could cause some headaches on your commute on Monday.

Man shot, killed in East Memphis; police searching for suspect

A man is dead after a shooting in East Memphis on Sunday night, Memphis Police Department confirmed.

Former employee shoots, kills man at IPS

Collierville police arrested a man for a shooting death at IPS Corporation on Friday night.

7 Shelby County charter schools closing in 2019

Seven Shelby County charter schools will be forced to close at the end of this school year after landing on a list for low-performance.

Local church provides food, hygiene products to homeless

We're sending a High 5 to the volunteers with Bakers Chapel United Methodist Church.

2 injured, 1 dead in shooting near Parkway Village

Memphis Police Department is investigating after 3 three people were shot at a home Saturday night.

Store manager shot, killed during robbery was well-known in community

Memphis Police Department is investigating after a store manager was shot and killed Saturday night.

Silver Alert issued for missing veteran

West Memphis Police Department is searching for a missing man who was last seen near his home.

Wild ’N Out producer Nick Cannon talks business, spirituality, Memphis culture

Nick Cannon and the Wild ‘N Out cast made a stop in Memphis at FedExForum on Saturday as the crew blazes across the country on a 25-city tour.

Ole Miss School of Journalism namesake requests name be removed from school

The namesake of the Ole Miss School of Journalism requested his name be removed from the school after a controversial Facebook post.

  Shooting victim shows up at church

A gunshot victim showed up to a South Memphis church Saturday afternoon.

Runners, walkers brave rain to raise money for St. Jude

Mid-Southerners ignored the rain Saturday morning to lace up for a good cause.

Man breaks into home, draws self bath, police say

A man was arrested after police said he broke into a home and drew himself a bath.

Ole Miss rallies in second half, beats Kent St 38-17

Jordan Ta’amu threw for 442 yards, two touchdowns and ran for another score to lead Mississippi over Kent State 38-17 on Saturday.

Elderly couple dies in Raleigh house fire

A couple has died after a house fire.

Fake 911 calls report shooting, stabbing at Central Library

It was a chilling call to police – a man said his son and a friend had been shot at the Central Library on Poplar Avenue. The problem was that the call and another that followed were fake.

Decision 2018: Ballot measure would repeal instant runoffs

Is a measure on the November ballot designed to mislead Memphis voters? That's what some critics are saying about confusing language related to runoff elections.

Widow with few months to live now facing flooding from Florence

Widow Debra Wright's doctors diagnosed her with cancer and gave her a year to live earlier this year, and now Hurricane Florence is devastating her home.

Bow season starts this weekend in Arkansas

Bow season opens Saturday to kick off deer hunting in Arkansas.

IKEA Memphis cutting down its store hours

In December 2016, the highly-anticipated IKEA Memphis opened its doors. Nearly two years later, however, the store is cutting down its hours of operation.

  Commission leaders says Regional One improvements will be top priority

There’s a new focus on redeveloping Regional One, with the new leadership of the Shelby County Commission calling it a key issue for the next four years.

Woman sentenced 24 years for stealing $162K intended to feed hungry children

A woman who pocketed $162,000 the state gave her to provide summer meals for underprivileged children has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.

Campaign collects feminine necessity products for students in need

Nearly 1 in 5 American girls have missed schools due to a lack of period protection, according to recent data released by a popular feminine hygiene products brand.

5 Great Things: Redbirds become AAA champs, St. Jude wedding, MAS includes heartworm treatment to adoption fees

The Mid-South Fair is up and running through September 30, a well-deserved treat after a week of Great Things that happened in the Mid-South.

Stepfather accused of whipping stepson, 6, to death appears in court

A police affidavit says Donald Rich used a belt and extension cord to whip the 6-year-old boy on Wednesday.

Clinton High School student gets perfect score on ACT...TWICE

Senior Clark Hensley made a perfect score on the ACT test not once, but TWICE. After utilizing the school’s ACT prep course and studying on his own, he decided to take a stab at the ACT. He made a perfect score of 36 on his first attempt last year.

MATA expands use of predictive technology

A Memphis start-up is behind new predictive technology that MATA is now putting to use to improve efficiency.

Confederate 901 rally underway in Memphis

A two-day Confederate rally began in Memphis on Friday.

Thieves steal 500 pounds of copper scrap

Thieves chose a golden opportunity to steal hundreds of pounds of copper.

No bomb found at DeSoto Central High School after bomb threat

DeSoto Central High School was evacuated Friday due to a bomb threat.

  Mayor: Full trust in investigation into officers who turned off body cams

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland is discussing the recent officer-involved shooting of Martavious Banks.

Flea, tick products can cause seizures in pets, FDA warns

Flea treatments for dogs and cats can lead to neurological issues, including muscle tremors and seizures, the Food and Drug Administration warned.

I-240 will close again this weekend for road work

Another round of the MemFix 4 project will bring road closures on Interstate 240 this weekend.

Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are declining

A staple of summer - swarms of bugs - seems to be a thing of the past. And that's got scientists worried.

Tanger Outlets hosting job fair

Tanger Outlets is hosting a job fair in Southaven.

Family member of MPA president part of officer-involved shooting investigation

Protecting and serving is in Memphis Police Association President Mike Williams' family blood.

Shelby County considers replacing old voting machines

After 18 years, the old Diebold voting machines are beginning to show their age moving very slowly when votes are tabulated. Now the County is looking at some brand new up to date voting machines.

6-year-old whipped to death with extension cord, step father charged

A man admitted to whipping a 6-year-old until the child began to throw up and ultimately die, according to court documents.

Call for nominations, adult software engineering boot camp

The non-profit group CodeCrew has opened nominations for its second Code School boot camp to teach students the basics needed to become software engineers.

Dean of Ole Miss' Meek Journalism School releases statement on namesake’s Facebook post

Reaction is poring in after The University of Mississippi’s School of Journalism’s namesake received backlash after a social media post.