Memphis International Airport is issuing a warning ahead of the holiday weekend. Airport officials say travelers should check their bags to streamline Memorial Day weekend travel. Monday was the airport’s busiest day of the year so far with nearly... Read More.
The Shelby County Board of Education is approving a nearly one-and-a-half-billion-dollar budget for next school year. The 2019-2020 budget was approved yesterday. However, SCS is already saying it needs more. School officials say they want Shelby County Commissioners to... Read More.
A new sign is set to be unveiled today overlooking the riverfront at Mud Island Park. The 50-foot long by ten-foot tall Memphis sign is part of the city’s official bicentennial celebrations as it ushers in “A New Century... Read More.
Memphis is 200-years-old as it became a city 200 years ago today. The Bluff City was founded on May 22nd, 1819 by John Overton, James Winchester and Andrew Jackson who named it after the ancient capital of Egypt on... Read More.
The Tigers top-ranked recruiting class could mean big things for U of M and the city. Friday’s commitment of five-star forward Precious Achiuwa is the second five-star commit for the Tigers, joining East High School’s James Wiseman. Basketball experts... Read More.
Some say the relationship between Elvis Presley’s Graceland and the Hallmark Channel is a match made in heaven. The two teamed up to throw a fan celebration over the weekend. The celebration was held just two weeks before the... Read More.
A woman is facing charges after allegedly vandalizing a pickup truck over pro Trump stickers. Heather Wadell is accused of spray painting “nazi” on the victim’s truck while it was parked in a handicap spot at the Walmart on... Read More.
Cool Smoke is the grand champion of the 2019 World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest. The team from Richmond, Virginia received a six-thousand-dollar check for being named grand champion, and four-thousand more for having the best barbecue pork shoulder. Other... Read More.
More than 15-hundred people are still without power after a strong storm rolled through Memphis. Saturday night’s storm packed winds up to 59-miles-per-hour, toppling trees and power poles. The area inside the I-240 loop was hit especially hard. Outside... Read More.