MPD: 1 person ejected, 2 injured in multi-car crash

A crash involving multiple vehicles left one person ejected and two others injured Sunday afternoon.

Police: Fatal crash on Ark. highway leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

Family members hold vigil for man missing in Hard Rock Hotel collapse

  MPD: Man stabbed, suspect found at fish market

  Memphis Lift reveals ‘watch list’ of poor performing schools

  Memphis may consider changing police residency requirements

  SCSO: Teens captured after escaping Varangon Academy

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  MAS hosts ‘Empty the Shelters’ event

Hard Rock Hotel under construction collapses in downtown New Orleans

Suspect shot, killed in Jefferson County deputy-involved shooting , police say

Police: Security guard hit by shoplifter in vehicle

MPD: 52-year-old man dies in single-car crash

MFD ambulance flips, crashes on I-240

  Police: Two men charged in chop shop bust

Officers with the Multi-Agency Gang Unit say they busted a chop shop in Whitehaven this week.

  Shelby Farms to reopen lakes soon

Shelby Farms will soon reopen the lakes after they were closed in August for algae testing.

  Midtown homeowner fed up with cars crashing into his fence

A Midtown homeowner wants to know what can be done to stop vehicles from crashing into his fence over and over again.

  Friday Football Fever: Week 8 match-ups and scores

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

  Luxury hospitality group Loews finalizes development deal to bring hotel to downtown Memphis

  Annual 5K held in honor of Mid-South woman shot, killed by former Memphis firefighter

  Family of man executed in 2006 to ask Shelby County judge to order DNA testing of evidence in case

  5 Great Things: Awesome Lemonade Stand comes to Oxford; Jaguar cubs birthed at Memphis Zoo

  Local GM employees unhappy with letter from auto company

  Mid-South business headlines: Investor bets big on Memphis’ 38111; Business leaders who identify as LGBTQ

  Lime scooters rolling out of Memphis ... again

The company announced it will be pulling out its fleet of 450 scooters over the next week.

  SCS reschedules football game due to safety concerns

Shelby County Schools officials have canceled Friday night’s Bolton High versus Craigmont High football game due to safety concerns.

Police: Caregiver threatened, assaulted by patient in Cordova home

Gilmer allegedly told the caregiver he would punch her in the face before throwing her belongings out of the home.

  New Graceland space exhibit shoots for the stars

When you walk through the exhibit, you can learn about everything from gravity, to what astronauts wear in space, eat in space and more.

MAS to participate in BISSELL Pet Foundation’s Empty the Shelters event

Adoption fees will be reduced to $25 while the pet foundation sponsors the remaining costs.

  Pet of the Week: Mars the Incredible

She’s good with children and other dogs!

Nike ‘Jesus Shoes’ filled with holy water sell for $3K

The shoes also are adorned with a crucifix, have a red insole and are scented with frankincense, drawing inspiration from the Vatican.

  Fall break brings record highs to passenger numbers at Memphis International Airport

Even with an unprecedented amount of passengers, the airport said the lines at security Thursday were no longer than 15 minutes long.

Man on TBI’s most wanted list, suspected accomplice arrested in Corinth

One of Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s most wanted fugitives was arrested in Corinth, Mississippi, on Friday morning.

Traffic cam shows accident involving semi-truck on I-240

Traffic cameras show the 18-wheeler was the only vehicle involved.

  Ole Miss sends warning to students after blackface photo surfaces online

Ole Miss officials are asking students to be sensitive when making Halloween costume choices this year.

  How quickly can a tick bite make you sick?

Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and tick-borne relapsing fever are all devastating diseases that can be caused by one teeny tiny tick.

  Stroke recovery guidelines important to making full recovery

Every 40 seconds, someone in America has a stroke. According to the CDC, stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability. But only ten percent of survivors fully recover. So how can you maximize your recovery?

  14-foot beehive removed from 100-year-old building

A 14-foot long beehive was removed from a Memphis building set for demolition.

  Southaven hopes safe surrender program gets residents cleared of legal trouble

Southaven Police Department is giving the city’s residents a chance to clear up their legal burden.

16-year-old in hospital after overnight shooting

A 15-year-old is in the hospital after an overnight shooting.

New device helps prevent infant hot car deaths

The eClip, created by Elepho, Inc. pairs with your smartphone and sends you an alert if you leave the car with your child still in the backseat.

  22 inducted into Memphis Sports Hall of Fame

Twenty-two people were inducted into the Memphis Sports Hall of Fame Thursday night.

A Maui family’s world record avocado made guacamole enough for 20

The seeds actually came from a family member in Kailua.

  Gallaway mayor reportedly behind on multiple property taxes

Residents in a Mid-South town want to know why their mayor owes thousands of dollars in unpaid property taxes.

FCC authorizes more than $5.5M in funding for broadband expansion in rural Tennessee

The Federal Communications Commission authorized more than $5.5 million in funding over the next decade to expand broadband to more than 2,000 under-served homes and business in Tennessee.

Kingsbury High holds ‘forum’ for students demanding change

Shelby County Schools officials say they contacted law enforcement for support after hearing about a possible walkout being staged at Kingsbury High School.

  Blytheville ‘on a roll’ tearing down neglected homes

Many of you may have noticed the last few removals captured on video and posted to Facebook lately.

  Memphis lieutenant attributes his success to his Hispanic heritage

More than two decades into his career with law enforcement, one Memphis Police lieutenant talks about what got him where he is.

  Police: 10-year-old girl found after being taken from Memphis school by non-custodial mother

Police say 10-year-old Teyonna Woods who was taken from school Thursday morning by her mother who does not have legal custody has been found.

  Domestic violence victim shares story of survival: ‘We need to speak up for one another’

The YWCA reports that in 2018 domestic violence incidents increased 4.7% in Memphis and 2.7% in Shelby County.

  MPD hosts annual Youth Crime Watch Conference featuring ‘Angel Moms’

The 'Angel Moms' were a part of MPD's annual Youth Crime Watch Conference held at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Westwood.

  Man accused of killing man with string of Christmas lights

According to the DA's office, Hans Banks strangled his friend with a strand of Christmas lights.

  Ohio teen in wheelchair scores touchdown with help from his teammates

A teen with Spina Bifida got to score a touchdown Wednesday night with Miamisburg’s eighth-grade football team.

  Sheriff’s daughter accused of shooting man in eye with paintball

Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is investigating an incident in Panola County.

Man arrested, accused of assaulting woman and pouring insecticide down her throat

A 58-year-old man is facing several charges after police say he assaulted a woman and poured insecticide down her throat.

  Conversations promote brain growth in young children, researchers say

Scientists are researching how kids’ brains respond to words and what families can do to help language development.

  Loews Hotels agrees to buy old Memphis police building for downtown hotel

The Memphis and Shelby County Land Use Control Board unanimously approved Loews’ proposal Thursday to build on the east side of North Main Street between Adams and Poplar Avenues.

  Independent report depicts rift between UofM women’s basketball, athletic department

A third-party assessment of the University of Memphis women’s basketball program details division among the staff and players, and a rift between the program as a whole and its overseeing athletic department.

Savannah Firefighter performs CPR for 30 minutes, saves woman

Savannah Fire Rescue Firefighter Trevor Jaha is being called a hero after he saved a woman on a flight by performing CPR for 30 minutes.

  Man escapes house fire near downtown Memphis

A man escaped his house unscathed after it went up in flames Thursday morning.

  Memphis Zoo announces birth of jaguar cubs

Memphis Zoo announced the birth of baby jaguar cubs. The female jaguars were born on September 4.

Sheriff: Fentanyl, meth found in child’s play area

Two people face first-degree child endangerment charges after investigators say they found fentanyl and meth in a child’s play area, less than six feet away from its walker.

Man dead, woman and child critical after crash

A man is dead and a woman and child are injured after two vehicles crashed Thursday morning.

  How to keep your children’s clothes free of toxins

The children’s fashion industry is a $200 billion business, outpacing men’s and women’s wear. But does all this beauty come at a price?

  More drivers open to switching to electric cars

Electric cars are still far outnumbered by their gasoline-powered cousins, but they’re becoming more common and more affordable.

  Police seek suspects in McDonald’s shooting

A surveillance photo shows someone police said was involved in a shooting at a Whitehaven McDonald’s.

  Goodwill to open Midtown location soon

Goodwill is set to open its new Memphis location soon.

  Broadway hit ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ takes the stage in Memphis

Dubbed by theater critics as "one of the most remarkable shows in music theater history,” “Dear Evan Hansen” is a coming-of-age story that’s sure to resonate with everyone.

  Shelby County mayor tweaks MATA vehicle fee proposal

Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris is tweaking his plan to increase funding for MATA.

Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall to stop in Collierville

The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall will be coming to Collierville soon.

  Problems persist at Kroger store in Whitehaven causing renewed concerns

A Mid-South Kroger is under the spotlight again.

  Pilot walks away from fiery Fayette County plane crash unharmed

A Mid-South pilot is very lucky after walking away from a fiery crash on the runway.

  Last chance to vote for local dog to be featured in 'Garden & Gun’ magazine

A local dog needs your help in becoming featured in “Garden & Gun ” magazine and time is running out.

  Which state has the highest infection rate of gonorrhea? Mississippi.

STDs are on the rise nationally and Mississippi is near the top of several of those lists.

  Fire dept. encourages homeowners to make escape plan during National Fire Prevention Week

National Fire Prevention Week is underway with a focus on making and practicing your escape plan.

  A muddy path forward as towns cope with Mississippi River’s rage

Communities along the Mississippi River are still trying to recover from historic 2019 flooding. Not all of them have clear directions for the path forward.

  District attorney reviewing investigative case file in 2011 death of Dyersburg mother Karen Swift

The 44-year-old mother of four was found dead in 2011. Nobody has faced any charges in connection with her death, which the medial examiner ruled a homicide.

Memphis mental health clinic receiving new funding for suicide prevention

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services announced Wednesday it will receive more than $200,000 to improve response for Tennesseans who call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

  Operation Grizzly Bear results in over 2,000 citations on Memphis interstates

Data shows, during Operation Grizzly Bear, troopers issued a total of 2,016 citations -- 263 for speeding, 22 for improper passing, a total of 83 arrests were made.

  Pilot OK after plane crashes and burns in Fayette County, sheriff’s office says

A spokesperson for the sheriff's office says the plane then burst into flames after the crash, but the pilot wasn’t hurt.

  MPD officer relieved of duty, accused of assaulting hospital employee over hot dog

A Memphis police officer is now relieved of duty after a Regional One employee said he assaulted her over a hot dog.

  Mid-South man files class action lawsuit against JUUL e-cigarettes

The class action complaint says JUUL and two tobacco companies “exploit themes that resonate with teenagers" and use deceptive advertising practices that violate Tennessee law, contributing to the epidemic of youth e-cigarette use.