Governor Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency Saturday afternoon for the state of Mississippi in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. As a result of Governor Reeves’ announcement, DeSoto County Schools students will not... Read More.
There are at least 4 GoFundMe pages aimed at raising money to assist MemphisTigers freshman James Wiseman pay $11,500 to charity. The payment is part of the punishment the NCAA handed to Wiseman this... Read More.
U.S. Rep Steve Cohen of Memphis is calling for gun control. Cohen made the call on Twitter yesterday following deadly mass shootings in Texas and Ohio over the weekend. The Democrat said the Senate... Read More.
Memphis, TN) — Despite recent struggles, Memphis Grizzlies fans are excited about the team’s future. Thousands of fans showed up at FedExForum Thursday to watch the NBA Draft. Some expressed sadness about the trade... Read More.
(Brooklyn, NY) — The Grizzlies have a pair of new first-round players. As expected, Memphis picked Murray State point guard Ja Morant with the second overall pick in Thursday night’s NBA Draft in Brooklyn.... Read More.
A Memphis high school basketball player and University of Memphis Tigers recruit is a finalist for the Naismith High School Player of the Year Award. East High School star James Wiseman is one of... Read More.
For the second year in a row, the DeSoto Central High School’s 27-member cheerleading team, won the Universal Cheerleading Association’s (UCA) Super Varsity Game Day national championship. This year's competition was held last weekend... Read More.
The new Greenbrook Indoor Softball Training Complex is scheduled for construction after the new year. Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite recently posted that the building is scheduled for completion by late summer of 2019. The... Read More.
Two graduates from the Olive Branch High attended the Army/Navy game Saturday in Philly. Conner Sprout attends West Point and Jake Boyero attends the Naval Academy. Both young men are former Commanding Officers at... Read More.
A former NFL player is raising money for the family of a nine-year-old Memphis boy killed in a charter bus crash in Arkansas. Kameron Johnson and other youth football players were headed back to... Read More.