At a time in their lives when kids just wanted to be kids, a group of first graders known as the “Memphis 13” took the first steps toward integrating Memphis Schools. Now they’re being honored for their heroism.
More donations are pouring in for the victims of two tornadoes that hit DeSoto County last weekend. Barely a shopper at the Southaven Superlo Foods went by without dropping a little something into the bucket.
Mississippi doesn't require preschool.But the state is pouring more money into those programs. Wednesday's day at the Capitol for the advocates was also about raising awareness of the work being done with the state's little ones.
Shelby County Schools says 10 students from Magnolia Elementary were on the bus when a hit-and-run crash triggered an accident with the bus. Five students went to the hospital but details about their injuries have not been released.
A new state law that took effect at the first of the year will have an impact on all drivers in the state, with officials saying they are hopeful the new rules will also have a positive impact on insurance rates.
We’re getting a better look at what a hotel at the old Memphis Police Headquarters will look like. Pictures included in Loews Hotel’s application to the Downtown Memphis Commission’s Design Review Board show a modern look mixed with historic elegance.
Shelby County Commissioners narrowly advanced a proposal to hike the county’s wheel tax by $20 to pay for millions in improvements for MATA service. But the vote didn’t come easily and the proposal’s future appears shaky.
It's not May, but for some Tuesday kicked off Memphis in May celebrations. A train delivered the Memphis in May World Cargo Crate to St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School. This year a train horn kicked off an important part of the Memphis in May celebrations.
City court clerk Myron Lowery said he is withdrawing his daughter-in-law from consideration of a position in his office that pays $105,000 after WMC Action News 5 questioned whether it was allowed under city policy.
From a small, struggling residential treatment center in Memphis to a nationwide organization recognized by the President of the United States, Youth Villages has become a respected leader in treating children with emotional and behavioral issues.