Get ready for longer wait times when the Shelby County Clerk’s office reopens next week. COVID-19 forced the clerk’s office to close last Thursday. And you can thank the virus for a wait that could be up to 5-times longer the next time you visit.
Shelby County Schools kicked off the first of several Re-Entry Listening Sessions Monday night to get input from parents about their children going back to school this fall during the COVID-19 pandemic.
They called it a rolling bridge blockade -- a call to action for protesters to get in their cars, turn on their flashers and drive very slowly across the I-40 and I-55 bridges from Memphis into Arkansas.
Video of what happened to a young woman at the hands of a Memphis police officer quickly went viral after Wednesday night's protest. And now city, county and state leaders are demanding action from Mayor Jim Strickland and a change in how Memphis police handle protests.
Shelby County Sheriff Floyd Bonner is being sued in federal court, accused of not doing enough to protect inmates at the Shelby County Jail from COVID-19. The suit asks that Bonner immediately clear out his jail cells at 201 Poplar.
Memphis and Shelby County businesses got the green light to reopen next Monday, May 4. But getting back to business won’t be easy with most of their employees laid off, their stockrooms and freezers empty,
While FedEx planes are busy shipping vital PPE to hospitals around the country, a FedEx mechanic created a new piece of equipment that’s saving healthcare workers’ lives on the frontline in Memphis and the Mid-South.
President Trump unveiled a three-phase plan Thursday on how states should go about re-opening. Before Phase One of the federal plan can start, a state or region must have a two-week decline in COVID-19 cases and have the ability to test a lot of people.