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Well Child helps Shelby County students start the school year with a clean bill of health
According to the Tennessee Department of Health, hundreds of Shelby County kindergartners had incomplete or missing vaccination records last year.
Shelby County Health Department warns public about Hepatitis A
A Hepatitis A outbreak has hit several states. In Tennessee, more than 1,800 people have gotten sick and at least 10 people have died.
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Trump’s executive order on kidney health could save lives in the Mid-South
The president’s announcement calls for big changes for millions of Americans suffering from chronic kidney disease so more people can have outcomes like James Rogers.
Bayer recalls 990 vials of drug that treats serious bleeding
Bayer is voluntarily recalling nearly 1,000 vials of a biological drug used to help prevent and control serious bleeding in patients with hemophilia A.
Shelby County spraying for mosquitoes after positive West Nile Virus tests
West Nile has been spotted in the Mid-South. One human case has been reported in Mississippi, and mosquitoes in four zip codes in Shelby County tested positive this month. Now, county officials are doing massive mosquito sprays.
“I know my son is innocent:" Father of man accused in murder of Ally Kostial releases statement
Ally Kostial was last seen stopping at the door of a bar on the square Friday night.
Therese Apel and
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Local peace activist victim of crime caught on surveillance
THP’s ‘Operation Grizzly Bear’ sees great results
Police searching for gas station robbery suspect
Top golfers tee up smiles at St. Jude
Tuesday, some of the world's top golfers took time out of their preparation for the tournament to visit the children at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.