Tuesday, September 2 2014 5:04 AM EDT2014-09-02 09:04:58 GMT
(WMC) - A Southaven man providing day care services at his home is now accused of another sex crime. Richard Marsee was charged last week with fondling a child in the same house where he cared for children.More >>
A Southaven man providing day care services at his home is now charged with another sex crime.
Tuesday, September 2 2014 5:02 AM EDT2014-09-02 09:02:50 GMT
(WMC) - Another Memphis neighborhood is worried about vicious dogs roaming the streets. One person who lives in the area around Spottswood Avenue and S. Highland Street says at lest 10 cats and three smallMore >>
One person who lives in the area around Spottswood Avenue and S. Highland Street says at lest 10 cats and three small dogs have become attack victims.More >>
MEMPHIS, TN -
(WMC TV) - More people are opting for ground turkey instead of beef.
Even Burger King has started serving up turkey burgers. Ground turkey can be a better choice.
But a just-released Consumer Reports investigation revealed it can also be a breeding ground for antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
90 percent of the samples analyzed had one or more of the five bacteria Consumer Reports anticipated. Most of those bacteria proved resistant to antibiotics.
Consumer Reports shipped 257 samples of ground turkey to an outside lab. There,
scientists created a broth with each sample to analyze it. More than half of the samples
tested positive for the fecal contaminants enterococcus and E. coli, the majority of which
were resistant to multiple antibiotics. Some of those bacteria can cause food poisoning and many infections.
The good news is Consumer Reports found less antibiotic-resistance in bacteria from turkeys raised without antibiotics.
Using antibiotics in farm animals was once touted as a great innovation to prevent disease and promote growth. But Consumer Reports said it is now clear that giving turkeys and other animals antibiotics is accelerating the growth of drug-resistant superbugs. When people are sickened with those, they can be much harder to treat.
To kill any bacteria that might be present in ground turkey, you need to cook it thoroughly to 165° F. You can also minimize your risk by making smart choices when you shop. Consumer Reports said look for ground turkey labeled either “raised without antibiotics” or “organic.”
Friday, July 25 2014 3:19 PM EDT2014-07-25 19:19:10 GMT
(WMC) – A prostitution sting was conducted at a Southaven hotel Thursday. As a result, the following 12 people were arrested: Preston K. Mitchell, 52, Memphis, Tenn., charged with procuring prostitutionMore >>
A prostitution sting was conducted at a Southaven hotel Thursday. Twelve people were arrested.More >>