Special Reports

  Orange Mound celebrates major milestone as Memphis turns 200

  New report shows more senior citizens in the Mid-south living below the poverty line

  Young at heart: Why more young adults are having heart attacks in the Mid-South

  Mid-South man shares nightmare experience of having weight loss surgery in Mexico

  Memphis 200: The history of Beale Street

  Germantown track star sets sights on 2020 Olympics

Continued Coverage

  David’s heart: 14-year-old shooting victim leaves behind lasting legacy

  Uncertain incentives could keep ‘Bluff City Law’ from filming in Tennessee

  Federal court could take over Mississippi’s foster care system

  Mississippi sees major spike in reports of possible child abuse in recent years

  DNA Detectives: Scientists combining forensics with genealogy break ‘unsolvable’ cases

  Memphis 200: The history of Tom Lee Park and the river rescue that created a hero

  First female, African-American Bishop to lead West TN Episcopal Diocese

The stained-glass ceiling has shattered, as Reverend Phoebe Roaf is poised to step into the shoes of retiring Bishop Don Johnson.

  Using rideshare as an ambulance? It may be cheaper, but is it safe?

An ambulance ride can cost you a pretty penny, so people are turning to ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft to get a trip to the hospital and cut their costs. Emergency personnel said it's not worth putting your life at risk to save a buck.

  Memphis girl faces rare disorder with humor as St. Jude steps in with a cure

Imagine growing up allergic to the sun, trapped inside while all your friends play outside. That was one Memphis child’s reality until she got treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

  Children abused, families move

A federal agency has ignored a 2006 federal law requiring the creation of a national child abuse registry, leaving an untold number of children in harm’s way when their families move to new states.

  Failed and Forgotten

  A trifecta of failures puts kids at risk

  Digital rollbacks: Millions of cars have false mileage on odometers

  Medical tourism a cheaper alternative to surgery in the states but risks accompany the rewards

  Black History Month: The historic Four Way Grill

  Black History Month: Salute to Larry Dodson of the Bar-Kays

  Measure of hate: Statistics on Mid-South hate crimes likely inaccurate

Each year, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation release hate crime statistics to give the public crucial information about the safety of communities. But how reliable is the information in those reports?

  Multiple sex offenders found on Facebook despite ban

Under Facebook's policies, convicted sex offenders are not allowed on the site; however, InvestigateTV identified multiple offenders who appeared to have recently active profiles.

  Black History Month: Salute to WDIA’s Bev Johnson

She’s considered the queen of Memphis radio and soon she’ll be immortalized as the first African American woman in the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame.