4 New Flights for MEM

Memphis International Airport is getting four new seasonal nonstop flights. Allegiant Air announced yesterday flights to Des Moines, Iowa, Palm Beach, Florida and Pittsburgh will start on May 21st. Service to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International... Read More.

The Zoo Has 2 New Red Pandas!

The Memphis Zoo has two new red pandas on exhibit. The red panda brothers were born at a zoo in Canada in 2014. They’re now part of the Memphis Zoo’s CHINA exhibit. Red pandas... Read More.

Clean Up Underway in Overton Park

Cleanup is underway in Overton Park. A post on Overton Park’s Facebook page says it sustained significant tree loss during Saturday’s storm and visitors should turn back if they come up on trail blockages.... Read More.

Memphis Police in Critical Condition

A Memphis police officer is in critical condition after his cruiser was hit by another vehicle. The crash happened early ySunday morning while the officer had his blue lights on as he was blocking... Read More.

License Amnesty

Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris says he supports the effort to push the state legislature to give more Tennesseans a chance to get their driver’s license back. Harris says hundreds of thousands of Tennesseans... Read More.

Wheel Tax Up For Discussion

The Shelby County Commission meets this week. The wheel tax is up for discussion. The current wheel tax is $50 with a $20 increased proposed. Shelby County residents are concerned because the original wheel... Read More.

Governor Lee Has Big Plans for 2020

Governor Bill Lee is detailing his vision for Tennessee in the new year. Governor Lee was in Jackson on January 2nd. Governor Lee stated his priorities for his second year in office include criminal... Read More.

Fed Ex is Hiring

The Bluff City’s largest employer is looking for more employees. FedEx Express will hold a job fair Saturday January 4th from 8am in until 3pm at Building D on Business Park Drive, near Democrat... Read More.

New Year, New Fight Against Opioids

The New Year means a new approach in the fight against the opioid epidemic. Electronic prescriptions for opioids will be required by Tennessee healthcare providers beginning this summer. It’s part of a continued effort... Read More.