Protest against police brutality shuts down Union Avenue

A large demonstration in Midtown Memphis that began as a show of solidarity for victims of police brutality is now blocking part of Union Avenue, near McLean Boulevard.

‘Bummed out’: SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

The launch puts Elon Musk's SpaceX on the cusp of becoming the first private company to put astronauts in orbit.
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  Stocks rise on Wall Street, but US braces for 100,000 deaths

The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange reopened Tuesday in a largely symbolic step toward economic recovery, and stocks surged at the opening bell, even as the official U.S. death toll closed in on 100,000, a mark President Donald Trump once predicted the country would never see.

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  How to avoid COVID-19 travel restrictions as more states reopen

Daily Report: Arkansas Dept. of Health monitoring COVID-19

  Pinecrest summer camp going virtual next month in Fayette County

  Governor: Downward trend of COVID-19 for Northeast Arkansas

  1 person dead, child taken to hospital after multi-car crash shuts down lanes on I-40 in Shelby County

One person has died and a toddler was taken to the hospital after a three-car crash on I-40 Wednesday afternoon.
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  US death toll from coronavirus surges past 100,000 people

Outbreaks are still climbing in much of the Americas, while many countries in Asia and much of Europe are making steady progress in containing the deadliest pandemic in years.

  Shelby County reaches grim milestone, daily positivity rate spikes

  Rhodes College plans to reopen campus for fall semester

  21 COVID-19 cases in NE Miss. attributed to funeral

Gov. Asa Hutchinson, state officials give update on COVID-19 in Arkansas

Church Health hosting free COVID-19 testing at St. Michael Catholic Church

  14,044 cases of coronavirus identified by Miss. Dept. of Health; 670 deaths

  TDH: 10 new coronavirus-related deaths reported in Tennessee; more than half of the state’s cases have recovered

  The Investigators: Labor commissioner says worker shortage to blame for Tenn. unemployment delays

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Wedding photography company refuses to refund money after bride-to-be dies

A wedding photography company refuses to refund a man after his fiancée died in a car accident.

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Lausanne’s Moussa Cisse reclassifies to class of 2020

NHL presents plan to return to ice

NBA now eyeing July return

  Former Whitehaven football player gets graduation surprise before heading to UT-Knoxville

Whitehave football player celebrates with drive by graduation

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12-year-old girl grazed by bullet in West Memphis

  Tennessee COVID-19 cases top 20,900 after 358 new cases identified, 5 additional deaths reported

  Reeves reflects on pandemic response, blames himself for labeling some businesses ‘nonessential’

  Controversial absentee ballot request language to be removed in time for presidential election

  WATCH: Mid-South health expert on pandemic recovery timeline

Dr. Jon McCullers, an infectious disease expert with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and chief of pediatrics at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital has been involved in important decisions regarding Shelby County’s reopening.
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Farm aid program opens for applications Tuesday

Farmers and ranchers have been walloped by issues related to the closures of restaurants and schools in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

  5 Star Stories: Memphis distillery stands the test of time

Homicide investigation opened after man fatally shot while driving in Frayser

CBU announces changes for upcoming fall semester

  Health experts encourage COVID-19 survivors to donate plasma