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Memphis, TN, United States

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Past articles by Jeni:

Shoppers rush to grocery stores ahead of potential snow

Local News Shoppers rush to grocery stores ahead of potential snow Weekend weather worries Mid-Southerners MEMPHIS, Tennessee — The potential for snow this weekend, on top of continued supply chain issues around the country, means shoppers are scrambling at local stores. From picking up premade pasta, to grabbing pita chips off shelves, shoppers are preparing for potential snow. Parking lots at… → Read More

If you feel sick, "assume you have it" | What you need to know about the Omicron COVID-19 variant in the Mid-South

While case numbers are skyrocketing, doctors said the good news is that for most people, Omicron symptoms are not are as severe are previous variants. → Read More

University of Memphis reaches top tier research status. So what does that mean for the school?

President David Rudd announced the school will be designated as a Carnegie R1 University, moving up from the R2 level. → Read More

Man shot in eye by deputy sues Desoto County Sheriff for $5 million

In the lawsuit, Blaine Samudio said he was at a car parts store on Goodman Road when he was approached by the deputy who ended up shooting him in the eye. → Read More

"We are fighting a very uphill battle" | Memphis Police say gangs and guns are the big crime concerns

Memphis Police said there are 144 documented gangs in Memphis, and members are getting younger. → Read More

Mapping Memphis' most violent crime

Mapping data shows where the city's homicides and aggravated assaults happen → Read More

MLGW says system outages are the result of equipment failure

MLGW said the system outages were the result of equipment failure, not a cyber attack, but failed to provide additional details. → Read More

From Ukuleles to beer: How non-runners are supporting those taking part in the St. Jude Marathon

Thousands of runners, volunteers, & supporters are preparing for the St. Jude Marathon in downtown Memphis. The race begins at 8:00 a.m. Saturday, December 4, 2021. → Read More

Can you stop strangers from calling you about selling your house?

A shortage of homes for sale, coupled with an increase in investors purchasing homes in the Memphis area, has led to a rise in calls made to property owners. → Read More

Two weeks after Young Dolph's murder: Where does the investigation stand, and what's next

Memphis Police are realizing few details, but fans are surprised two weeks after the Memphis rapper's death, no one has been arrested for his murder. → Read More

Seniors being forced from homes as Memphis Housing Authority sells public housing to private developers

Senior citizens living at the College Park apartments will have to find a new place to live due to a new funding plan by the Memphis Housing Authority. → Read More

Peppertree Apartments nuisance complaint could move to federal court

During a hearing Thursday, we learned papers have been filed to move the public nuisance case involving the Peppertree Apartments in Whitehaven to federal court. → Read More

Here's where the investigation into Young Dolph's murder stands right now

The Memphis suspects' car in the murder may be the same one used in a murder in Covington, Tennessee, and a detective said gang retaliation may be the motive. → Read More

MLGW expands customer service hours as some folks said they sit on hold for hours

Recently, some frustrated Memphis customers said they have had to sit on hold for hours, waiting for a customer service representative to handle their call. → Read More

Growing pains: Pinch District's billion dollar redevelopment plans underway

Uptown resident opposition to a parking garage for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital may be the first concern, but it's likely not the last for downtown Memphis. → Read More

Shelby County house hunters say they can't compete without cash offers

The housing crunch in Shelby County has homebuyers trying to compete with investors, and finding traditional financing a sticking point. → Read More

Memphis area is one of the top 5 fastest-selling markets in the U.S., according to

According to properties in the area sold 16 days faster in October 2021 than this time last year. → Read More

Hernando Police use K-9 and throw punches at surrendering suspect who had his hands in the air

Did Hernando Police go too far trying to arrest a man after a police chase? Video shows the man attacked by K-9 and punched by officers during the arrest. → Read More

"It was his last wish," Binghampton family fulfills wish of deceased father and purchases home thanks to Binghampton Community Land Trust

Binghampton Community Land Trust aims to create affordable housing for those trying to buy a home. → Read More

Housing crisis: Family camping in a tent while they search for affordable housing

The Martinez family has spent five weeks at Mid-South campgrounds after their housing plans fell through. → Read More