Winter weather warning from the Memphis Fire Department

A warning from Memphis Fire Department on how you can stay warm, safely, during this winter weather

Mississippi Strong: Veteran recalls Battle of Iwo Jima nearly 75 years later

  Lawyer who beat NCAA thinks Wiseman will win eligibility case

  Memphis comes together to honor veterans

  Mid-South road crews preparing for potentially slick conditions Tuesday morning

  DeSoto County students get a visit from local veterans

  ’Bluff City Law’ episode 8 to feature an unexpected guest

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Saint Frances Healthcare earns an ‘A’ rating for 2019

  Keeping your pets warm in chilly weather: It it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for them

How to save energy during the winter months

Police: Woman reports in-home stabbing, identifies son as suspect

Man arrested in homicide, attempted first-degree murder investigation, police say

Woman dies in one-vehicle crash on I-55

  Research finds children benefit from mixed-age play

Recently, social scientists have studied what happens when that mixed-age group of kids play together, like the neighborhood gang of yesteryear.

  Treating the side effects of cancer treatment

Overall, cancer deaths in the United States have gone down over the past two decades, thanks in part to immunotherapy and specialized therapies. But those life-saving treatments sometimes come with a cost.

  MPD: Child found unharmed after being taken in carjacking

Memphis police are investigating a carjacking after a suspect allegedly took a vehicle with a child inside Monday morning.

Veterans Day Parade to march the streets of Downtown Memphis

Today the nation pauses to remember those have served or are currently serving.

  Rain, low temperatures to bring potential snow, sleet to Mid-South

1 man dead, 1 injured following North Memphis shooting

  Memphis opening warming center Monday

  Violent night in Memphis leaves 19-year-old mother dead, nine others injured

  Police investigating shots fired on I-240

  Early voting ends in Memphis runoff election

  1 dead, 4 injured in club shooting

One woman was killed and four others were injured after a shooting at a Memphis club.

  Game Changer: Grizzlies blazing a new trail this season with team’s 1st female assistant coach

Niele Ivey is living her dream and inspiring other women to do the same.

  Two injured in East Memphis shooting

2 injured in East Memphis shooting

  One injured in downtown shooting

One injured in a shooting in downtown Memphis.

  MPD investigating nightclub shooting

2 injured in nightclub shooting.

  Teen injured in hit-and-run

A 16-year-old was rushed to the hospital Saturday night after being hit by a truck.

  Nation watches as Wiseman takes on NCAA

The eyes of the nation are on Memphis as the fight between the NCAA and James Wiseman begins.

  Loved ones search for missing Marianna woman

Annie Hampton's family and friends say they have not seen or heard from her in more than three weeks, after she disappeared from her home in Marianna.

  1 injured in Parkway Village shooting

Memphis police say a man was shot in Parkway Village Saturday afternoon.

  Riviana Foods, La Prensa Latina distribute food to storm victims

For families recovering from last month’s EF-1 tornado, a ready-to-go meal and hot coffee can make a big difference.

  Tigers fans react to NCAA’s ruling against James Wiseman

The NCAA ruled Wiseman ineligible to play and it didn't sit well with fans.

  Tigers head coach says James Wiseman will continue to play

Head coach Penny Hardaway says James Wiseman will continue to play moving forward, even though the NCAA says he is likely not eligible to play.

  Are grocery delivery services right for you?

Consumer Reports browsed hundreds of virtual aisles to find out.

  Friday Football Fever: Week 12 match-ups and scores

It’s week 12 of Friday Football Fever, the most exciting night of high school sports!

  Black Lodge Video looks to buck trend of closing video rental stores

Movie rental stores are few and far in between these days, but a local Memphis institution has returned! And it’s looking to buck the trend of closing video stores by adding a twist.

  Texas man identified as driver that caused fatal I-40 crash

The Tennessee Highway Patrol has identified the man who caused Wednesday’s fatal crash on I-40.

  South Main sees major development, economic growth

If you take a look around the South Main neighborhood, the neighborhood has seen countless new developments within the last year.

  Will public safety sales tax passage spur first responder retirements in Memphis?

There’s new concern over talk of a mass exodus of Memphis police and firefighters in the wake of a tax city voters just passed to improve benefits.

  Mid-South business headlines: Redevelopments planned for South Main area; Studio on the Square to feature Indie Memphis films

We're taking a look at some of this week's biggest business headlines impacting the Mid-South with Greg Akers, Editor-in-Chief of the Memphis Business Journal.

  City to host first-ever MemFeast on Thanksgiving Day

The first-ever MemFeast will be held November 28 at Memphis City Hall. Food, clothing and services will be offered.

  Attorney: NCAA deems James Wiseman ineligible to play for Memphis; judge signs temporary order allowing him to play

The top freshman in the nation, James Wiseman, has been deemed ineligible to play basketball by the NCAA.

  5 Great Things: Collierville featured in Bluff City Law; Superlo coming to Orange Mound

It might be cold outside but Mid-Southerners once again showed off their warm hearts. Here are 5 Great Things that happened this week.

MFD: Firefighter arrested, charged with DUI and possession

A Memphis firefighter is facing several charges after police say he was driving under the influence early Friday morning.

Memphis Music Hall of Fame to induct 8 more icons at annual event

The induction will bring the hall of fame’s roster to 82 total honorees.

  Jury finds 20-year-old Memphis man guilty of murder in 2016 Zodiac Park shooting

Prosecutors say Marcus Malone killed Alana Tello and injured seven others in a shooting at Zodiac Park Nov. 1, 2016.

From Netflix to Disney+: Which streaming service is right for you?

The monumental rise of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu over the past few years has drawn many companies, big and small, to create their own competing service. Subscribing to all of these new services can cause a huge impact on your wallet, so you may be wondering which one is right for you.

  Ark. college to offer beer brewing course in Spring 2020

Lyon College in Independence County will offer an upper-level fermentation science course starting in the Spring.

Mississippi man charged after body found in burning vehicle

Alcorn County deputies are investigating a shooting and body found in a burning vehicle after receiving reports on Wednesday afternoon.

  Suicide prevention: Look for the warning signs

Suicide rates in the U.S. are at their highest level in 50 years.

  Women working to overcome midlife bulimia battle

Research shows 13 percent of women over 50 are living with an eating disorder. But It’s not too late to get help.

Police: 2 arrested, charged for security officer impersonation

Memphis police have arrested and charged a man and woman for allegedly posing as security officers at an apartment complex in October.

  SCS awaiting lead and water test results from an additional 30 schools

At a press conference Thursday, Shelby County Schools confirmed high levels of lead were found in the water at 24 schools.

Survey says 'Family Feud’ is coming to Memphis

The popular TV show, “Family Feud” is coming to the Bluff City in December giving family groups of five a chance to try out for the show.

MFD investigating overnight vacant house fire near Southern Ave.

The fire broke out around 3:30 a.m. on Friday.

Suspect wanted in Malco Studio robbery hits movie theater in Nashville

Nashville authorities are now searching for the man suspected in last month’s robbery of Malco Studio on the Square.

  State officials push for expansion of postpartum health coverage

Some Tennessee state officials want to expand postpartum health insurance for low-income women.

  Missing 12-year-old found in Alabama

A 12-year-old missing from Memphis for nearly a week has been found hundreds of miles away in Alabama.

  Former Shelby County corrections officer arrested, accused of providing inmates with cellphones

A former Shelby County corrections officer is facing contraband charges for giving cellphones to inmates on two separate occasions.

  Ali the giraffe back on exhibit at Memphis Zoo after surgery

Nearly seven months after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured ankle, Ali the giraffe is back on exhibit at the Memphis Zoo.

  Tractor-trailer involved in I-40 crash that killed 2 TDOT contractors was stolen, truck company says

Penske tells WMC Action News 5 that the truck involved in the crash was rented by a commercial trucking company and that the customer reported it stolen to police.

  Memphis father indicted for reckless homicide for 8-year-old son’s 2017 death

Cordero Wilhite is accused of leaving his loaded gun out, which lead to the death of his 8-year-old.

  Experts suggest winterizing your home ahead of season

During this upcoming cold spell, many of us might be bringing out those space heaters or lighting candles. The Shelby County Fire Department says if you do, just be mindful.

  SCS confirms 24 schools with high levels of lead in water

In a press conference Thursday, Shelby County Schools confirmed high levels of lead were found in the water a 24 schools.

  Major decisions face MLGW leadership heading into 2020

Leaders at Memphis Light Gas & Water are facing some major decisions, including whether the utility could get its power cheaper from a source other than the Tennessee Valley Authority. The utility is also asking the Memphis City Council to raise rates, and a consultant report has recommended job cut

Manhunt underway for suspect in Aniah Blanchard case

Police have identified a suspect in the missing person case of Aniah Blanchard and have issued an arrest warrant for kidnapping first degree.

  ‘Don’t Drive Drowsy’ sign dedicated in memory of Germantown teen

In 2002, Kathi Wright lost her nephew Kyle Kiihnl to a drowsy driver. Kiihnl was 17, attending Houston High School.

  Studio on the Square to show Indie Memphis films in 2020

Malco Theaters and Indie Memphis are partnering to create a one of a kind theater for Memphis.

State Board of Education: More study needed before elimination of U.S. History Exam

The Accountability Task Force is scheduled to meet on December 5.

  Consumer Reports advises testing your tap water for lead

Reports of lead in drinking water have sounded alarm bells in several communities across the U.S. Maybe that’s got you wondering what’s in your tap water, and how safe it is.

Police: Suspects take thousands worth of products in Quick Stop burglary

Memphis police are in search of two men they believe burglarized the Quick Stop on Linden Avenue on Oct. 17.

18-year-old charged in alleged carjacking setup, police say

Memphis police have arrested an 18-year-old in connection to an alleged carjacking on Buntyn Street near Spottswood Avenue Oct. 22, according to Memphis Police.

Shelby County Health Department offering free flu shots

It's the start of flu season and the importance of getting a flu shot is being stressed by the Shelby County health Department.

  Consumer Reports warns of sky-high cost of air travel with children

It's the time of year when many families are planning holiday travel, and if yours includes a flight with kids, listen up.

  Sister surrogate: Woman’s twin sister volunteers to carry her baby

Kaila Jorgensen had just gotten engaged when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her outlook for having a baby got worse when doctors found out how advanced her cancer was.

  Pediatric studies show TV time affects sleep in young children

TV or no TV in the bedroom? For some kids, it’s allowed. Others don’t have TV at their fingertips, but wish they did.

  SCSO: Girlfriend charged as accessory in Shelby County inmate escape

Michelle Loomis, 41, was taken into custody on Wednesday after SCSO deputies did a follow up at her home in Memphis in search of Bridges.

  MDOT to now share traffic advisories through Nextdoor app

The Mississippi Department of Transportation is the newest public agency to join the neighborhood app, Nextdoor.

  Ark. teen sets sights on district state house seat

Allison Dougan has registered to run for the District 40 state house seat an area north of Little Rock.