A Memphis preteen will get a chance to dance in the spotlight this fall.
Kyndall Harris, 12, will dance with international artist Janet Jackson during her "Unbreakable" tour.
Tickets are now on sale. The tour stops at the FedExForum in Memphis on September 29.
Mobile users who want to see Harris dance click here.
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The icy roads may be keeping the students from going to class, but it’s not stopping them from learning.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect through 9 AM for all of west Tennessee as well as Mississippi county in northeast Arkansas and Alcorn county in northeast Mississippi.
As the Mid-South continues to deal with the second round of winter weather, schools have announced Thursday closings.
Shelby County deputies opened fire on a suspect during a traffic stop after the suspect reached under the seat of his car for a weapon, according to Chief Deputy Floyd Bonner.
It's been a busy few days for tow truck companies as hundreds of cars wrecked in the icy conditions. Lately, Memphis roads have looked and even felt more like a skating rink.
Authorities say a deputy fatally shot a 16-year-old boy in an Ohio courtroom when a fight broke out.
Charges for the children's parents that may include torture and child endangerment could come Wednesday and a court appearance is scheduled for Thursday, authorities said.
Former NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he hit a tree while driving in North Carolina. He had just helped someone who slid off the road.
Three York County Sheriff's Office deputies and a York Police officer were shot during a search for a wanted man.
After seeing a homeless man bleeding through his socks on the train, a single father took the shoes off his feet and gave them away.
The University of Alabama and Alpha Phi International sorority are both responding after videos posted online by a student have drawn outrage.
The new state would largely split the current state of California along urban and coastal vs. rural and noncoastal lines.
Authorities in the Russian region of Yakutia where temperatures have dropped to record lows are not reporting any disruptions of heating or crucial supplies.
Paula Deen was dropped from the Food Network in 2013 after 11 years after admitting she used a racial slur.