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Memphis, TN, United States

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Past articles by Brad:

Shelby County begins new free gun lock drive

This new campaign by the Shelby County Council on Gun Safety provides gun locks to local families. → Read More

After woman attacked at busy Germantown shopping center, self-defense instructors reinforce ways to stay safe

Experts showed ABC24 specific ways people can be better prepared if approached or attacked. → Read More

Got a Kia? What Memphis Police say you can do to protect your car from theft

MPD reported stolen Kias are up nearly 1000% year-to-year. Kia break-ins are also up significantly. One victim spoke with ABC24. → Read More

Ford's BlueOval City creating opportunities for West Tennessee workers

The project will create 6,000 new jobs building electric trucks and the batteries that power them starting in 2025. → Read More

MemFEAST volunteers finalizing their Thanksgiving meal preps; how you can take part Thursday

Event grown from 750 meals provided in 2019 to an expected 5,000 this Thanksgiving at 10 locations across Memphis. → Read More

New boutique opening in Frayser; developers confident it will jumpstart other new businesses, jobs

Friday will mark the grand opening of Regroup Upscale Thrift Boutique on North Watkins Street. → Read More

New report shows cooling of Memphis area housing market, but realtors don't necessarily think that's a bad thing

Memphis Area Association of Realtors data shows sales slowed in October compared to October 2021. → Read More

Court proceedings delayed again for 15-year-olds accused of killing Pastor Autura Eason-Williams

Offers were made by state for Miguel Andrade & Brayan Carrillo in the murder of Pastor Autura Eason-Williams and a decision is scheduled for December 5. → Read More

Memphis City Council approves appointment of Doug McGowen to take over as MLGW president

McGowen promised swift improvements to improve reliability and customer service. → Read More

Shelby Co. Sheriff's Office lays out solutions, ideas to address staff shortages

The requests addressed ways to better recruit and retain deputies and correctional officers. → Read More

Low Mississippi River waters to impact Memphians

The dry conditions are drying up how much crops river barges can carry. → Read More

BlueOval City leaders excited about progress on one-year anniversary of investment announcement

Construction and hiring are expected to accelerate in the next year. The project is set to open in 2025. → Read More

Memphis community advocates suggest stronger enforcement of teen curfew

Police said it's primarily on parents to prioritize enforcement with their children. → Read More

'I had kind of given up' | Longtime friend of Karen Swift weighs in after husband's arrest in cold case murder

Authorities indicted and arrested Karen Swift's former husband Monday, the first arrest nearly 11 years after her body was found in Dyersburg, Tennessee. → Read More

Council on gun safety tasked with safety solutions amid loosened gun regulations

The 25-member team includes educators, gun owners, and those impacted by gun violence in their own families. → Read More

'Red light is flashing': Memphis youth intervention mentors taking on surge of teenagers charged with violent crimes

Fifty mentors in 10 targeted areas are encouraging more positive activities for teens during idle summer months. → Read More

'Be on Alert' | Police & family call on community to be vigilant in wake of faith leader's death

Police say Rev. Dr. Autura Eason-Williams, a longtime pastor, died after a shooting during carjacking Monday outside her home. → Read More

Drivers, car dealers want state to step in over Shelby County Clerk's Office license plate backlog

Shelby County Clerk Wanda Halbert said her office is working through the mail backlog, and promised improvements to outdoor line conditions next week. → Read More

Police, Memphis City Council cracking down on drag racing

Memphis police reported a 259% surge in arrests for reckless driving and drag racing between March 1 and May 31. → Read More

Longtime Frayser residents excited about new business openings, ripple effect for other developments

Community leaders say new businesses - primarily along Watkins St. - could eventually add around 350 new jobs. → Read More