The Atlantic hurricane season is already breaking records with several storms named so early this year. With parts of the U.S. battling the wrath of the coronavirus pandemic, experts urge you not to delay in preparing.
The storm produced hail, strong winds, lightning and very heavy rain. As of about 5 p.m., MLGW was reporting nearly 10,000 customers without power across Shelby County. prompting Severe Thunderstorm Warnings for multiple counties.
The launch of the website is all about improving transparency between the public and the Memphis Police Department. The website includes MPD’s policies, procedures and President Barack Obama’s six pillars of 21st century policing.
Dr. Scott Strome, the executive dean of the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center joined us Tuesday to shed some light on hospitalizations along with other aspects of the pandemic.
County Judge Marvin Day stated in a Monday news release the investigation revealed that Kade Holliday, county clerk of Craighead County, “personally received monies in excess of $1 million since January 2020.”
Monday SCS Superintendent Dr. Joris Ray shared in a tweet he met with incoming United Education Association of Shelby County president, Danette Stokes, and it was decided they are keeping a 175-day calendar year.
Because we’re spending more time at home these days, there’s a good chance you’re spending more money on things like streaming media services or music subscriptions, faster internet speed, or a new router or computer.
The Tennessee Department of Health is reporting an increase of 2,125 new cases of COVID-19 and eight deaths -- an increase that includes two days worth of data due to numbers not being reported Sunday.
The Memphis ordinance requiring people to wear masks in the city limits of Memphis has been in effect for about five days. Businesses who don’t make their employees and customers comply could be shut down.
Governor Bill Lee signed three executive orders Monday extending the state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing governing bodies to meet electronically and allowing for remote notarization of documents.