AT&T workers protest unfair labor practices against management

Workers were protesting against the company for not bargaining in good faith, according to the union who represents them.

  UofM, Kroger & Mid-South Food Bank partner for Zero Hunger, Zero Ways Football Game

  Preventative mosquito spraying scheduled for next week

  Downtown business owners support Tom Lee Park renovations

  Yo Gotti gives back to Grandview Heights Middle School

  Memphis church burglarized twice in a week

  Twitter joke may bring Waffle House to Oxford

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  Kroger partners with U of M for football game to benefit Mid-South Food Bank

  Shelby Farms testing lake for toxic algae, confirming 2 dogs died after playing in water

  Family demands answers after man shot, killed in North Memphis

  Flash flooding raises concerns about Germantown drainage system for residents

  The Arcade Restaurant celebrates 100 years in Memphis

  City of Memphis opens new Fire Communications Dispatch Center

  WMC helps viewer donate 100-plus neckties to Dress for Success

If you don’t know, neckties are kind of Andrew Douglas’ thing. So when a WMC viewer reached out about a donation, Andrew jumped in to help.

  North Memphis man brings beehives, chickens and a garden to help neighborhood

Marius Blake created this garden last year where he also raises over a dozen chickens and even honeybees!

Memphis ranked 8 on Top 50 Mosquito Cities list

Memphis, ranked eight on the list, shortly after a human case of West Nile was discovered by Shelby County Health Department in early August of 2019.

  Community leaders break ground for $150M development, One Beale

The $150 million project will consist of a six-story luxury apartment development that includes a fitness center, rooftop pool and views of the river.

  Donations help Horn Lake Animal Shelter make thousands of dollars worth of improvements

  West Memphis breaks ground on new library

GPD: Burglary, theft suspect wanted in Germantown

  Police: 2 sex offenders arrested at McDonald’s near play area

  Local church members visit neighborhoods for community prayer

  Hollywood Community Center hosts back to school celebration

  MPD, MFD open office for Memphis Public Safety Referendum campaign headquarters

The Memphis police and fire fighters associations kicked off their campaign in support of a public safety referendum to restore their benefits, which they say will help make the city safer.

Reports of blue water surface in Germantown

Residents reported that blue water was coming from the pipes Friday.

  Endangered missing 5-year-old in Miss. found

Kimzley Beech, 5, of Holcomb was last seen Friday night around 7:45 p.m. in the 200 block of Denton Road in Grenada County.

  Grizzlies host garage sale at FedExForum

Friday was Black Friday for Memphis Grizzlies fans.

  Parents of suspect charged with murder in Ole Miss student’s death expected to testify at bond hearing

It’s been nearly a month since Ole Miss student Ally Kostial was found shot to death near Sardis Lake. Fellow student Brandon Theesfeld is charged with her murder.

Founder of ‘Kang Rhee Institute’ dies

Karate Master Kang Rhee has died, according to sources.

  SCS offers free MATA bus passes to qualifying students

Shelby County Schools will now offer free MATA bus passes to high school students in need of rides, not only to school but also around town.

  New middle school in the works for Lewisburg

A new school is in the works for DeSoto County students to alleviate crowding.

  Madonna Learning Center celebrates 50 years

The Madonna Learning Center in Germantown celebrated a monumental anniversary Friday.

  Pet of the Week: Dino the cow dog

Once you get your hands on Dino you won’t want to stop petting his super soft fluff.

Porter-Leath partners with UofM on early child care facility

Urban Child Institute gave a $3.5 million grant to create a state-of-the-art education facility. It will serve children ages 6 through pre-kindergarten.

  Candlelight vigil held remember to 'The King’

Fans flocked to Graceland on the one night of the year when you can pass through the gates free of charge, to honor the life of Elvis Presley.

  The Woman’s Exchange helps others help themselves

The Woman's Exchange is dedicated to helping others help themselves.

SCS accepting applications for free student MATA passes

The district says students told school leaders at a community forum last year that access to public transit would help address poverty, absenteeism and academic performance.

Severe weather leaves hundreds of MLGW customers without power

The company reported almost 20,000 customers in Memphis and Shelby County were impacted by the outages on Tuesday.

  Brooks Museum makes riverfront move

The man in charge of building the new, $100 million Brooks Museum along the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis said it was love at first sight when he arrived in the Bluff City.

SCS back in session after power outages

Shelby County Schools will operate during normal hours Thursday after power outages caused schools to send students home early.

  Millions roll in after Memphis in May, plans to honor Republic of Ghana in 2020

Next year, the Republic of Ghana will be honored. As those plan's continue, mediation between Memphis River Parks Partnership, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the City of Memphis also continues.

  Memphis enters $3.3M contract with speed camera company

The $3.3 million speed camera program was set to start in May.

  Whitehaven residents say their Kroger is in bad shape; grocery chain vows to update

“We had a problem with the parking lot. You step out of your car and you might step out on a baby diaper," said Shirley Holliday who has shopped at Kroger in Whitehaven all her life.

  Germantown leaders extend apartment moratorium

Monday night the Board of Mayor and Alderman agreed to extend the moratorium so they could have more time to evaluate the impact of apartments on city services.

  Overton Park receives $25K donation to address drainage issues at dog park

Overton Park will use the money to address flooding that that plagues the dog area after rain and storms.

  Memphis teen saves man while at summer camp program in Israel

The camp, which was made up of 29 teens from across the country, focused on teaching teens life-saving procedures and brought them into the field for ambulance crew ride-alongs.

Collierville phasing out glass recycling

The Town of Collierville says they will no longer accept glass as part of their recycling program.

  Speed cameras race to school zones in Memphis

If drivers speed through the Idlewild school zone, you’ll receive a nice little surprise in the mail.

  From Memphis to Southaven, Medline makes $1.4M move

Medline says they are growing in the region and invested in a space in Southaven that would provide them 1.2 million square feet.

Memphis opens cooling center at Lewis Senior Center

Lewis Senior Center, 1188 North Parkway, is now serving as a cooling center until further notice. T

  David Carnes Park re-opens as a Blue Cross Healthy Place

Members from the Whitehaven community gathered with city leaders and representatives from the The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee Health Foundation on Saturday for the grand re-opening of David Carnes Park.

Memphis cooling center opening Sunday

Due to an excessive heat watch lasting from Sunday through Tuesday, the City of Memphis will be opening its cooling center.

Elvis Week 2019 is ready to rock and roll

Events include The Auction at Graceland, Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest Finals, live concerts, fan events and appearances from celebrities and musicians.

  ‘Brian Banks’ debuts with Bluff City ties

The movie was filmed right here in the Bluff City during 2017 by Director Tom Shadyac where he turned Booker T Washington High School into Long Beach, California’s Poly High.

  2 new developments could be coming to Frayser

Girls, inc of Memphis and Porter- Leath want to expand their services in the community.

Humane Society of Memphis & Shelby County gears up for ‘largest fundraiser of the year’

According to Marketing Manager Kristen Walker, preparations for the Gala are in full swing. The humane society is expecting 400 guests this year compared to last year’s attendance of 350.

  2 more counties now included in Tennessee disaster declaration

Desoto and Marshall counties have been included in the disaster declaration, along with nine Tennessee counties.

  Mid-South Fair announces 2019 music lineup

Landers Center Executive Director, Todd Mastry says he is looking forward to fair goers enjoying the musicians, traditional fair food favorites and 12 new rides coming this year.

Memphis Fire Department to host recruit hiring events

The City of Memphis Fire Department has announced plans to hold recruiting events throughout the Memphis Metro area during late August.

  Dozens of Memphis churches participate in day of service

The Memphis District Association of Churches delivered box lunches to firefighters and police officers and ministered to 200 homeless people with meals, water and Gatorade.

  WMPD joins MPD in increasing police presence at local stores

Responding to concerns after a recent shooting at the Southaven Walmart, Memphis Police have ramped up patrols and another local police department joined them Sunday.

  MPD announces new proactive measures, ramping up security at local stores

The Memphis Police Department is holding a news conference to discuss new proactive safety measures.

  Southaven Walmart shooting victims honored with second vigil

Friends and co-workers gathered Friday night to honor those who were lost and injured in the Southaven Walmart shooting this week.

  Multi-million dollar expansion, realignment project begins on McIngvale Road

Million dollar changes are coming to McIngvale Road in Hernando.

  $16K donated to Mid-South Food Bank

The Mid-South Food Bank received a $16,000 grant to help provide 48,000 meals to families in 31 counties.

Memphis Redbirds announce game day backpack giveaway

This weekends Memphis Redbirds game has a special back to school gift in store for children.

  Candlelight vigil held to honor Southaven Walmart shooting victims

Workers at the Southaven Walmart held a candlelight vigil on Thursday to honor the two, much loved store managers who were killed in Tuesday’s tragedy.

New shuttle service offered between Harbor Town, Medical District

The Memphis Medical District Collaborative is partnering with the Memphis Area Transit Authority to pilot a commuter shuttle between Harbor Town and the Medical District.

  Company grants thousands to Memphis Boys and Girls Clubs to support youth programs

Mayor Jim Strickland has announced that the Boys and Girls Clubs of Memphis are receiving a financial boost.

  Friends, coworkers remember Walmart shooting victims

Friends and former coworkers of the two employees who were killed at a Southaven Walmart are sharing their condolences and memories online, remembering Brandon Gales and Anthony Brown.

Lions, tigers and...first responders? Memphis Zoo offering August special

During the entire month of August the Memphis Zoo wants to show their appreciation to all first responders with a special offer.

  A Medicare scam involving DNA kits strikes Memphis

“He said ‘all I need is a swab of your mouth,’” Johnson said. “I said ‘a swab of my mouth?!’ He was like yeah. He pulled it out. I was like uh no.”

  MLGW warns customers of new phone scam

Customers are being called via a 1-800 number that tells them to call back and make a payment to avoid utility cut-off.

  Methodist Healthcare no longer suing employees with outstanding medical bills

Families of three with a household income of $53,000 or less will now have access to financial assistance.

  Plans announced for new Raleigh farmers market

The farmers market will not only give community members access to fresh fruits and vegetables, Parkinson said it will provide relief for people who live in food deserts, neighborhoods with no grocery stores.

  Church honors law enforcement on ‘Blue Sunday’

A Mid-South church is backing the blue by using Sunday service to salute the law enforcement community.

  2 men dead after leading police on pursuit in stolen car then crashing

Two men are dead and two other people are recovering in the hospital after an early morning police chase that ended in a crash in Hernando, Mississippi.

  Fans enjoy Memphis BBQ at WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational

The World Golf Championships FedEx St. Jude Invitational is bringing The Rendezvous, Central BBQ, Hog Wild, and the Commissary right to the tournament goers this year at TPC Southwind.

  YMCA looks to hire child care workers for back to school

YMCAs all across the Mid-South are gearing up for back to school by amping up their faculty.

  Memphis in May looks for temporary host for 2021 festivities

The backdrop of the sun setting over the Mississippi River as music and barbecue smoke fills Tom Lee Park will be put on pause for 2021 while construction crews take over Tom Lee Park for upgrades.

Memphis announces finalists to replace Brooks Museum, Memphis College of Art at Overton Park

Earlier this year, the city asked the public to submit ideas for the buildings. The city has since chosen 10 ideas out of more than 40 submissions.