Police release photo of suspect in Target pharmacy robbery

Memphis police now have very clear photos of the man they say robbed a Target pharmacy over the weekend.

  Facebook warns Memphis police against using fake accounts

The legal team at Facebook has fired off a letter to the Memphis Police Department. The social media giant says MPD needs to stop creating fake accounts to monitor citizens.

Family says they’re angry, heartbroken over 6-year-old boy’s death

New details are being released about the death of a 6-year-old boy severely beaten with an extension cord by his stepfather.

Multiple people injured in apartment shooting, police say

Multiple people were injured in a shooting at an apartment complex Monday night, police confirmed.

Employees accused of embezzling nearly $1M from community college

Two employees are accused of embezzling nearly $1 million from a Mid-South community college.

Ex-employee kills employee on lunch break at Collierville factory

A Cordova man was killed at his job, and police have arrested a former employee with his murder.

Work underway on redevelopment of old Foote Homes space

The transformation of the old Foote Homes space is moving forward.

Jury finds cemetery 99% at fault over botched burials

A verdict has been reached in the class-action lawsuit over mishandled burials at a Bartlett cemetery.

MO AG Hawley: Court should not dismiss Duck Boat case

Hawley says the court should not dismiss the duck boat case.

Man pleads not guilty to killing girlfriend, disguising it as suicide

Almost a year and a half after police responded to a suicide report in East Memphis, prosecutors are now calling the case a murder.

Longtime Mid-South Lifeblood center renamed

Lifeblood Mid-South Regional Blood Center now has a new name.

Brandon vet posts warning after operating on dog who ate gorilla glue

The Brandon Animal Hospital said they performed surgery on a Jack Russell terrier that came in after it had chewed up a bottle of the popular glue.

U.S Marshals searching for man wanted for murder of store clerk

The U.S. Marshal's are looking for a murder suspect.

Deported Ohio mother of 4 reunited with family

A Fairfield mother of four who was deported to Mexico in April 2017 is now back home with her family, attorneys say.

Son of Lambert’s Cafe former owner indicted on sex-trafficking charges

Son of Lambert’s Cafe former owner indicted on sex-trafficking charges

Blue Bell unveils new fall pumpkin spice flavor

More pumpkin spice is headed your way.

Jury selected in Jessica Chambers retrial

Jury selection started Monday in the retrial of Quinton Tellis -- the man accused of killing and burning Jessica Chambers in Panola County.

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.