Every day before 4-year-old Miriam leaves her Memphis school, her classmates say goodbye with hugs and high-fives. Her mother says it means the world that they're showing acceptance and kindness to Miriam who has cerebral palsy.
Robert Reed is the much-loved custodian at Farmington Elementary in Germantown. He loves his job so much, he’s willing to walk miles, literally, to get to work. His colleagues decided it was time to give Robert a lift.
Transplant surgeons in Memphis are asking Mid-Southerners to consider giving the gift of life this holiday season. There's an organ shortage across the country even though transplants have been proven to dramatically change people's lives for the better.
To kick off this Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, pioneers in civil rights history are being honored in Memphis. Nearly 60 years ago, three young African American students helped integrate Memphis City Schools by attending Bruce Elementary School.
Our two-day Porter-Leath Toy Truck drive has officially kicked off. As hundreds of you answer the call to make sure every child has a Christmas present this year, at least 5 other Great Things happened this week.