Fly on the Wall 

Some stories are destined to go around the world a few times. Take, for example, the story of 7-month-old Mi-Asia Anderson, the incredibly lucky baby who took a stray bullet in her diaper during the New Year's Eve service at Memphis' Greater Faith Tabernacle church ...

Read Chris Davis look at the week in Memphis media in Fly on the Wall.

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