Broken Promise? 

Former city wrecker service employees file EEOC complaint over lost jobs.

Four months after the elimination of the city's wrecker service, some former employees are claiming the budget-cutting decision wrecked their finances. In addition to approving other cost-saving measures in various city divisions, the Memphis City Council voted in July to abolish the…

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