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Health Department: Police Said Not Enough Evidence to Report Vaccine Theft

Health Department: Police Said Not Enough Evidence to Report Vaccine Theft

The Shelby County Health Department (SCHD) said a law enforcement official said there was insufficient information to report theft in the incident allegedly involving stolen COVID-19 vaccines earlier this month.

Weekly Virus Average Rises For First Time In Six Weeks

New virus case numbers rose by 199 over the last 24 hours.

New Virus Cases, Tests Continue to Rise

New virus case numbers rose by 220 over the last 24 hours. It's the fourth day in a row the number has swelled into the triple digits.

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News

Health Department: Police Said Not Enough Evidence to Report Vaccine Theft

Health Department: Police Said Not Enough Evidence to Report Vaccine Theft

The Shelby County Health Department (SCHD) said a law enforcement official said there was insufficient information to report theft in the incident allegedly involving stolen COVID-19 vaccines earlier this month.

Local CodeCrew Students Win National Awards

CodeCrew, a local nonprofit that works to empower children and adults to be tech innovators and leaders, announced that several of their students were accepted into the TED-Ed Student Talks Program and placed first in Tennessee’s Congressional App Challenge.

Bills Filed in State Legislature in Response to Byhalia Pipeline

Two bills have been filed in the Tennessee General Assembly in response to the Byhalia Connection pipeline project on water protection and eminent domain.

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Sports

Tigers 61, Tulane 46

Tigers 61, Tulane 46

The Tigers returned to action Wednesday night at FedExForum after an 18-day shutdown due to positive Covid cases in the Memphis program.

Hoop Lockdown and Big Dates

Football is a sport designed with lengthy delays, typically six days off for every game day.

Justise Winslow Makes Grizzlies Debut

There was a bit of surprise on Saturday morning when the Memphis Grizzlies released the injury report via Twitter.

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Music

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, February 25-March 3

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, February 25-March 3

This week sports a flurry of fresh online performances, starting this afternoon with the continuation of Folk Unplugged, the annual conference/festival for Folk Alliance International.

Nonconnah’s Songs for and About Ghosts

Memphis-based dronegaze band Nonconnah released their third full-length record, Songs for and About Ghosts, this February via Ernest Jennings Record Co.

With Folk Unlocked, the Folk Alliance Goes Virtual in a Big Way

For some Memphis players and their fans, this week brings an event that is the highlight of the year, or even a major step up in their career: the annual conference hosted by Folk Alliance International (FAI).

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Politics

Amid Re-shuffling of Vaccine Policy, Harris Keeps Stiff Upper Lip

Amid Re-shuffling of Vaccine Policy, Harris Keeps Stiff Upper Lip

“I don’t think there’s a lot of time right now to do a lot of navel-gazing.

Memphis Lawyers Hit GOP Effort to Oust Judge Who Expanded Mail-in Voting

One of the more significant acts of jurisprudence in Tennessee in 2020 was a decision by Nashville chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle to strike down barriers in state law to mail-in voting.

Snowblind: Our Vision May at Long Last Be Returning

Yes, it was one hell of a week, literally.

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Food & Drink

Clay’s Smoked Tuna Salad is Smokin’

Clay’s Smoked Tuna Salad is Smokin’

Abrian Clay, owner of Clay's Smoked Tuna, never thought he'd end up in the fish business.

Raised by Sound: Crosstown Brewing’s Latest is Worth a Listen

One thing that I've always liked about Crosstown Brewing is the straightforward simplicity of its beer.

Grits Any Way You Want Them at Sugar Grits

Sugar Grits is slated to get its beer and liquor license at the end of February.

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Opinion

Ditto.

Ditto.

Rush Limbaugh and I had a lot in common.

To Those Who Can’t Stay Home

As I write this from my couch, nearly a year into working from home due to the pandemic, I am experiencing both burnout and gratitude.

Kooks vs. Conservatives: The GOP Fights for Its Future

They used to pay me to fight with Representative Liz Cheney on live TV.

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Film/TV

Working Class Space Heroes: The Expanse Hits its Stride in Season 5

Working Class Space Heroes: The Expanse Hits its Stride in Season 5

Science fiction is always about the present, even if — especially if — it's set in the future.

Oxford Film Festival Announces 2021 Lineup

The Oxford Film Festival has announced a lineup of 158 films for its 2021 edition.

Music Video Monday: The City Champs

Music Video Monday IN SPACE!

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