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Exclusive: Damien Echols of West Memphis 3 says he’s fighting to prove innocence with new DNA test

In 1993, police arrested 18-year-old Echols, 17-year-old Jesse Misskelly and 16-year-old Jason Baldwin for the murders of three 8-year-old boys — Christopher Byers, Michael Moore, and Steve Branch. → Read More

‘He did so much for the city’: Fans mourn the loss of Memphis rapper Young Dolph

MEMPHIS, Tenn.– A community is reeling from the news that one of their own, rapper Young Dolph was shot and killed in an area not far from where he was raised. Moments after learning what happened, many of his fans gathered nearby. Many of them driving 3 hours from Mississippi to Memphis, with hopes of […] → Read More

‘Jesus Will Fix It’ singer regains voice after COVID

Watch this story at 5 p.m. tonight on News Channel 3. MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A gospel singer saw her dreams come true as her song climbed to the top of the charts this year, until COVID-19 almost left her without a voice to sing it. She might say Jesus fixed it. Shontelle Norman-Beatty, who grew […] → Read More

U.S Court of Appeals judge Bernice Donald stepping down

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A well-known Memphis judge is stepping down from her seat, making way for President Biden to appoint her successor. Judge Bernice Donald served on the western district of the U.S. Court of Appeals since 2011, but in a matter of months, she becomes semi-retired after breaking barriers. Donald, born and raised in […] → Read More

Former Germantown Middle School band director John Lane dies

John Lane, who directed band at Germantown Middle School in a career that spanned more than 30 years, died Monday night of complications from COVID-19, his wife Diane Lane said. → Read More

Memphis artist creates exhibit to start dialogue on racism

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — In a new exhibit, a Memphis artist wants to get people talking about racism, not only in Memphis but all over America. Walking through Urevbu Contemporary in downtown Memphis is a journey through racism in this country. No subject matter off limits, including religion and politics. “Are we hiding behind Christianity, or […] → Read More

Alice Johnson works to help others get a second chance

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis native is vowing to use her life to pay it forward. She’s claiming victory of an unjust prison sentence after helping more than a dozen prisoners gain their freedom. President Trump issued 143 pardons and commutations. Some of the names on his list came from Memphis native Alice Marie Johnson. […] → Read More

SCS students attend virtual oratorical clinic

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Some 5th graders got a chance to beef up their public speaking skills ahead of a big contest. The Shelby County School students attended a virtual oratorical clinic this past Saturday. Our very own Stephanie Scurlock was one of the presenters who gave students some public speaking tips. The students practiced delivering […] → Read More

‘We come from a colorful place’: Henry brothers make a mark in mask fashion from Memphis to LA

They call them Henry masks, after their last name. The wife of LeBron james, model Kate Upton and others, famous and not-so famous, have been spotted wearing them. → Read More

Shelby County Election Commission tests new smartphone program to help voters avoid long lines

The Shelby County Election Commission is exploring a new way to keep voters safe this election year. It's never been tried in Shelby County before but all you need is a smart phone. → Read More

Governor Hutchinson announces Halloween will not be canceled

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- During the weekly COVID-19 news briefing Tuesday, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced Halloween will not be canceled. Governor Hutchinson said Tuesday he has received letters from young people asking him, “Please don’t cancel Halloween”. Hutchinson said he cannot cancel Halloween. The governor said if people wear their masks and social distance, everyone should […] → Read More

Salvation Army limits bell ringers, opts for virtual kettles

The Salvation Army announced they will not have bell ringers in front of stores this holiday season. → Read More

LIVE: Law enforcement blocks streets around South Memphis gas station

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Several law enforcement agencies are responding Tuesday to a gas station at Elvis Presley Boulevard and Alcy Road. Agencies at the site include ATF, Memphis Police, the sheriff’s department and U.S. Marshals. The perimeter of the gas station has been ringed with crime scene tape and streets are blocked in the area. […] → Read More

Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Rapper Kanye West has qualified to appear on Arkansas’ ballot in November as an independent presidential candidate. Secretary of State John Thurston on Tuesday told West’s representatives that the rapper had submitted at least the 1,000 valid signatures from registered voters required to appear on the ballot. West had submitted […] → Read More

Nashville judge rules in favor of Memphis barber without high school diploma

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Tennessee judge’s ruling means victory for a Memphis man who just wanted to cut hair, but was prevented from doing so because he couldn’t get a state license. Elias Zarate ran his own barber business in downtown Memphis but was shut down in 2017 by the state of Tennessee because he […] → Read More

Schools could look to daycares for models on bringing students back to class

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — As schools work to develop plans about how to bring children back into the classrooms, they might look to daycares for guidance. Many childcare centers never closed but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been affected by the virus. When schools across the Mid-South shut down, and much of the many places went […] → Read More

Le Bonheur, UT partner to share back-to-school guidance

Most school districts across the Mid-South are starting soon, and while some will begin classes virtually, medical professionals teamed up to provide guidance for those going back to the classroom in the midst of a pandemic. → Read More

Memphis native lands starring role on STARZ series “P-Valley”

A Memphis woman is living out her dreams and bringing her hometown along for the ride. → Read More

Early voting starts Friday for Shelby County election, and you will notice some changes

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Coronavirus concerns are top of mind as the Shelby County Election Commission gets ready for the first day of early voting. Friday at 11, people will begin casting ballots for the Aug. 6 federal and state primary and the county general elections. The Shelby County Elections Commission administrator says they’ve spent months […] → Read More

Tennessee high school football season faces possibility of delay or cancelation

This year’s high school football season is in jeopardy after coronavirus concerns already delayed practices. → Read More