Crosstown open pushed back, money flows to Greensward project, and U of M board meets
Crosstown Concourse opening delayed The official opening of Crosstown Concourse was pushed back three months last week to complete some construction projects in the
TBI findings show a decrease in sexual assault
Though campus crime as a whole saw a slight uptick in 2016, less than one percent, one area of campus crime has seen a
Political Animals It's almost a Jeff Foxworthy routine: If you're a state Senator, who's also a doctor, and you're having an affair with a
A suit on tipped employees ends as a case on, uh, equine therapy begins.
Horse massage suit filed (you read that correctly) A lawsuit filed last week seeks to protect horse massage (and those who can legally do
People Power helps locals battle Trump policies.
The Trolley Stop Market turned into a resistance classroom Saturday as Memphians learned how to properly take to the streets against President Donald Trump
Verbatim Fly on the Wall can't get enough of serial fabulist/Tennessee Senator Mae Beavers. The anti-porn and anti-fact crusader's complicated relationship with the truth
Brooks gets a reprieve, the feds say “j/k”, and the ACLU joins the City Hall suit.
Brooks sentence reversed Former Shelby County Commissioner Henri Brooks won an appeal from the Tennessee Criminal Court of Appeals for falsifying an election document
Salvation Army battles addiction in Memphis.
There was no pomp, no circumstance. Instead the graduates two-stepped to Kirk Franklin's "123 Victory" into a small auditorium scented with fresh flowers and
Skull Session In an interview with The New York Times, radio host/Trump ally Alex Jones described his audience as "the teeth" in the president's
Trolley timeline (finally) revealed, a murder case wins appeal, and booze hits the airport gates.
Weirich case appealed Convicted murderer Andrew Thomas won an appeal in his case last week as judges agreed the prosecutor in the case, Shelby
Memphis immigrants turn for legal help as Trump order looms.
Immigration attorney Beth McNinch estimates the front office of her EH Law Group fielded as many as 60 calls an hour from distressed clients.
Verbatim "I was with some intelligence people this week. You wouldn't believe what's going on in this country; it would scare you to death
Bills push for (some) open records, ArtsMemphis gets political, money flows to North Memphis.
SPARCC sparks North Memphis Memphis was selected as one of six cities to receive a $1 million grant from the Strong, Prosperous, and Resilient
Local organizers found themselves on City Hall’s naughty list.
Call it the Academy Awards for Memphis protesters. The city of Memphis released a list of 84 individuals — largely comprised of community organizers
Dead On "You'll enjoy this even if you're not a fan of The Walking Dead, and maybe they'll have me on the show now."