MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - There were plenty of heart-felt activities on this week of love. Here are 5 of the Great Things that happened in the Mid-South this week.
Memphian musicians Glenn Hill and Charles Ray were back in town this week as part Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Meaning of Life Tour.’
Speaking of music, West Memphis native Yebba won her first Grammy for Best Traditional R&B. The University of Memphis' Performance professor Dr. David Evans won his second for Best Album Notes.
8-year-old Carson Boggess and his 10 year old brother Caleb started the 'Flame Bros’ business in Hernando, Mississippi. It is now taking off online, selling pine cone fire starters and candles in more than 15 states.
A two-week-old infant at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital became the first patient to receive newly FDA approved device to repair a hole in her heart.
Trezevant Career and Technology Center in Memphis pampered cancer patients, survivors and caretakers for Valentine’s Day. They provided manicures, pedicures, facials, eyebrow grooming, and hair services.