People gathered in downtown Memphis Monday for the annual Veterans Day Parade. But this year’s parade happened on the same week Congress begins holding public hearings that could lead to the president’s impeachment.
On Tuesday, Kent Ritchey, president of Landers Auto Group, donated more than 300 basketballs, footballs and soccer balls to Wells Station Elementary. The school’s storage unit was the target of a break-in over the summer.
Why does it take so long to get anything done about blighted properties in Memphis? The WMC Action News 5 Investigators worked to get answers to that question and discovered that, while the problem may be obvious, the solutions are not.
The City of Memphis Thanksgiving Day Dinner for the homeless has been cancelled for 2019. The city announced the cancellation on its website Monday, attributing it to renovations at the Convention Center.
Production on Bluff City Law has ended for this season, but not before the crew had a once-in-a-lifetime meeting with a very special patient at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital battling a terminal cancer.
The Shelby County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Office is partnering with the City of Memphis Office of Emergency Management and the American Red Cross to open a Multi-Agency Resource Center to better assist citizens who were impacted by Monday’s storm.
A former state legislator and deputy director of the Arkansas Department of Human Services who served two years in prison for his involvement in a federal bribery scheme is now working for the City of West Memphis.