Cooper-Young carjacking suspect on the run

A repeated carjacking suspect is a wanted man once again.

  Cooper-Young carjacking suspect on the run

A repeated carjacking suspect is a wanted man once again.

DA: No prosecution if license revoked for financial reasons

Thousands of Shelby County court cases dismissed – drivers with revoked or suspended licenses are getting a big break.

Police: Robber shoots himself in the leg during escape

A man shot himself in the leg after committing a robbery, Memphis police said.

Karate instructor’s vehicle, more than $7K worth of equipment stolen

A brazen car theft from a donation-only karate ministry has the man behind the mission asking for help.

Trial date set for mother accused of stabbing her children

After more than two years, a trial date is now set for the mother accused of stabbing four of her children.

Poll shows close race for Tennessee Senate seat

A poll conducted by Vanderbilt University suggests a dead heat between U.S. Senate candidates Marsha Blackburn and Phil Bredesen.

Candlelight vigil planned for toddler stabbed, baked in oven

A Shaw, Mississippi grandmother remains behind bars after she was charged with stabbing her 20-month-old granddaughter and putting her in a hot oven.

Voting machines bring slow start to early voting

Some city leaders are calling for change and answers after problems at early voting locations Wednesday.

Local group pushing energy efficiency approach to lower high utility bills

Save Energy Save Dollars, a local group, wants to help MLGW customers lower their high utility bills.

Upcoming job fair looks to fill positions at new Crittenden County hospital

For the last few years, people in the West Memphis area have been without their own hospital. However, that's about to change in the next two months.

  Deputy released from hospital after being shot on duty, sheriff says

The Shelby County sheriff’s deputy who was shot in the line of duty has been released from the hospital, according to Sheriff Floyd Bonner.

Mayor Strickland calls Herenton lawsuit call a ‘city council issue’

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland responded to former mayor Willie Herenton’s intent to sue the city of Memphis.

Memphis is 4th worst city for robocalls, research shows

Robocalls are running rampant in the United States, and Memphis is among the top areas where people receive the automated phone calls.

Memphis police empower students at annual conference

Several Memphis police officers spent time Thursday empowering nearly 1,000 Shelby County students.

Rare albino raccoon spotted in Mid-South

A rare albino raccoon was spotted in the Mid-South.

Ole Miss donor’s name being removed after racist comment

A donor's name is being removed the University of Mississippi journalism school after his Facebook post drew backlash for being racist

Missing 23-month-old Jackson girl found safe, alert cancelled

She is described as a black female, two feet tall, weighing 30 pounds with dark hair and brown eyes.

Memphis grocery store closes after 33 years

After 33 years in business, Montesi's Grocery is closing.

Election Guide: Early voting underway for midterm elections

Polls open at 11 a.m. at most of the 27 sites. They'll close at 7 during the week.

Nearly 300,000 TN drivers eligible for license reinstatement

A statewide class action lawsuit will make it easier for people people with suspended driver's licenses to get them reinstated.

  Wheels stolen from multiple cars at East Memphis apartment complex

A number of residents of an East Memphis apartment complex woke up Wednesday morning to discover vandals stole the tires and wheels off their cars.

Former Southaven Alderman sentenced on child pornography charges

A former Southaven alderman has been sentenced to 85 months on child pornography charges.

Ole Miss athlete to hold sock drive for MS homeless shelters

An Ole Miss football player is doing his part to help those in need.

Former mayor Willie Herenton threatens lawsuit against Memphis

Former Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton is accusing current Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland, the County Administrator of Elections Linda Phillips, and City Council Chair Berlin Boyd of conspiring to keep him from being able to run for Memphis mayor in 2019.

Memphis ranks 1st for road rage, guns

Memphis Police Department reported shots were fired in the area of I-240 and I-40 before 7 a.m.

27th annual Freedom Awards honors champions for civil rights

Three people will be honored by the National Civil Rights Museum on Wednesday night for their contributions to civil and human rights.

Court dates rescheduled for two suspects in Phil Trenary’s murder

Court dates have been reset for the two men charged in the murder of Memphis business leader Phil Trenary.

Jennifer Lawrence criticizes Memphis’ IRV referendum

A Memphis city leader is not happy with Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence.

Shelby County first responders practice for mass causality situation

The Shelby County Health Department conducted a full-scale drill to test hospitals and emergency personnel to see whether they're ready if the unthinkable ever happens.

Man shot, killed by deputies identified as suspect in I-40 shooting

A Shelby County sheriff’s deputy was shot in the line of duty and a suspect was killed in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

  Election runoffs a key issue on ballots

If you live in the City of Memphis, your midterm election ballot will include 3 referendums, two of which are on the issue of runoffs.

Mid-South’s Most Wanted

Here’s a look at Shelby County’s wanted fugitives.

Missing siblings from West TN home found

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking for two children they believe are in danger.

Child hit by bus, hospitalized

A child was hit by a bus Wednesday morning, according to Memphis Fire Department.

Mexico Beach residents return home again _ some to no home

Residents of hurricane-ravaged Mexico Beach are returning home for the first time since Michael, but some are finding no home to return to

MPD officers show robbery victims a better side of Memphis

A couple visiting Memphis from the UK got an unwelcome gift when they were robbed at gunpoint in Cooper-Young.

Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss encourages hope during UofM visit

An 89-year-old woman who survived Auschwitz and unspeakable horrors of the Holocaust shared her story with a standing room only crowd at the UofM's Rose Theatre.

V Live, formerly closed as a ‘public nuisance,’ to reopen under supervision

A club once deemed a public nuisance and forced to close by the Shelby County District Attorney’s office after several shootings and various crimes will soon re-open.

City wants public input on future plans of Overton Park buildings

Major change is coming to Overton Park. The Memphis College of Art and the Brooks Museum of Art are both leaving.

Memphis educators recognized for excellence

The New Memphis Institute has kicked off a special program to award distinguished teachers and school leaders in the city’s highest needs schools.