The American Red Cross issued a progress report this week on its efforts over the past month to provide assistance to people affected by Superstorm Sandy.
In the first month after the storm, the Red Cross has provided almost 79,000 shelter stays and more than 7.4 million meals and snacks. They distributed more than
From the exterior, it looks like a small cold metal building, but on the inside the mission is a big one from the heart.
"It got started 25 years ago by a woman named Linda Smith. She saw a need in the community and gathered churches together to organize a food pantry that serves Olive Branch and the whole
For the sixth year in a row, House of Ink owner Jose "Big Jay" Guzman is trading tattoos for toys.
You can bring a toy to " Big Jay" at his tattoo parlor in Frayser and you walk out with some body art.
"This is using my gift to help needy children and people respond to it?," Guzman said. "They respond
UPDATED: The University of Memphis Faculty Senate has voted to approve benefits for domestic partners and same sex couples.
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The University of Memphis Faculty Senate is scheduled to vote on the issue of benefits for same-sex couples today.
Currently, spouses of full-time university employees
The Mississippi National Guard will hold a send-off ceremony Wednesday for 20 soldiers headed to Afghanistan.
The soldiers are members of 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment. The ceremony is 10 a.m. at the Raymond Road Army National Guard Readiness Center in south Jackson.
Guard officials say the Jackson-based unit
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