Two Arkansas lawmakers are proposing that churches allowing concealed handguns under recently approved legislation be required to post signs informing the public of that decision.
Democratic Reps. Darrin Williams and Reginald Murdock on Friday proposed the requirement as a follow up to a bill that Gov. Mike Beebe is
Federal prosecutors say a member of a violent Memphis-based drug ring with ties to a Mexican cartel has been sentenced to 36 1/2 years in prison.
Vacha Vaughn was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty in December 2007 to conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine.
Vaughn was a member of a multistate drug ring led by
It was February of 2012 when ground was broken on Methodist Healthcare Olive Branch Hospital.
Fast forward to Feb. 7, 2013 and the new hospital is really starting to take shape and is nearing its August target date. Some saying that when it opens, this will be one of the most
On February 27th the City of Memphis will reinstate its extremely popular tire redemption program.
If you plan to participate, you need to get there early because the cash will go fast.
The city will be handing out a total of $40,000 to people in Shelby County who bring in used tires. If there's any money left after
Hundreds of Memphis students took part Friday part in a national essay campaign designed to end the cycle of violence in homes, schools, and communities.
The essay contest, called "do the write thing," challenges middle school students to write essay's about their own experiences with violence and then come up with
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