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West Tennesseans Are Urged To Call Alternate Number To Report Emergencies

Disruptions to West Tennessee's 911 system have led the state to issue alternate emergency numbers for calls made from cell phones. Bianca Phillips has more.

On the Scene at the Cooper-Young Fest

Photographer Frank Chin captured all the action at last weekend's Cooper-Young Festival.

Bluff City Pawn

Leonard Gill interviews author Stephen Schottenfeld, whose new novel, Bluff City Pawn, is set in Memphis, and who has a reading and book-signing at the U of M Tuesday.

Three Thoughts From Frank on TIger Football

It's time for Frank Murtaugh's three weekly thoughts on Tiger football.

Memphis Comic Expo

Alexandra Pusateri stopped by the first Memphis Comics Expo this past weekend and took a few photos.

Kroger Trouble Breeds Unity

The mob violence at Poplar Plaza resulted in a moment of unusual harmony at the Shelby County Commission.

Sara Kyle Gets a November Shot at Her Husband's Former Senate Seat

In which Shelby County's Democrats bust a move in peace and togetherness and prepare for the next race.

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Shawn Lane: A Remembrance by Paul Taylor

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Wendi Thomas Resigns Her Position at The Commercial Appeal

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Memphis' Battle Over Employee Benefits

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Memphis' Battle Over Employee Benefits

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