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Sessions uses Memphis platform to warn gang members, drug dealers

Controversial U.S. Attorney General draws protestors who think he is way off course

Controversial U.S. Attorney General draws protestors who think he is way off course.

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Pots & pans: Troops of color gave their lives for America

Remember their sacrifice by fighting for our rights here in America.

Remember their sacrifice by fighting for our rights here in America.

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DRAFTED: A Soldier's Story

Vietnam-era veteran says that despite problems, 'America still the best thing going."

Vietnam-era veteran says that despite problems, 'America still the best thing going."

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THE BUSINESS OF BEALE

Beale Street Bucks cover charge voted down but not out.

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First Signing Day celebrated at Freedom Prep Academy

Family members, teachers and fellow classmates rejoiced and there were plenty of reasons for it. Every student in the 2017 class was awarded a full scholarship to the college or university of her/his choice.

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KAM’S KAPSULES

The Rock and The Hoff meet up in ‘Baywatch.’

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LeBron James returns to his dominant self as Cavaliers put away Celtics

James passes Jordan as all-time playoff scoring leader.

James passes Jordan as all-time playoff scoring leader.

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Vigil-night shootings demand strong response from community

"I watched in horror on Monday evening what should have been a somber and reflective television news story about the community’s efforts to heal from the murder of a teenage girl a year ago."

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#FREERAMAD!

In 2014, a Georgia jury acquitted Ramad Chatman of armed robbery. So why is he still in jail until 2022?

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Matching Challenge Grant would raise funds to wipe criminal records

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland on Tuesday detailed plans expected to help hundreds of Memphians get their criminal records cleaned up.

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland on Tuesday detailed plans expected to help hundreds of Memphians get their criminal records cleaned up.

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‘Tito Time’ in Memphis

Tito Jackson to host listening party for debut CD at Guest House at Graceland.

Tito Jackson to host listening party for debut CD at Guest House at Graceland.

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Rochelle Stevens poised for ESPN special and her annual track meet

Ready and set for late July, an ESPN “30 for 30” special will feature a personality beloved in Memphis, notched in the record books of Olympic history and still on the go for amateur athletes young to old.

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Bridges-Hall brings reading, inspiration to young admirers

The second annual Ruby Bridges Reading Festival was held at the museum on Saturday (May 20). The event was free to the public and attendees received free books, storytelling with Bridges-Hall and entertainment.

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THE CULTURAL COACH

Noble move: students demand solutions to cultural learning gap.

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Memphis students won’t see TNReady scores reflected in their final report cards

Shelby County Schools has joined the growing list of Tennessee districts that won’t factor preliminary state test scores into students’ final grades this year.

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Black parents sue Mississippi for ‘inequitable’ schools

The Southern Poverty Law Center filed suit in federal court on Tuesday alleging that the poor performance of black students in Mississippi is the direct result of the state’s failure to live up to the terms of readmission to the Union at the end of the Civil War.

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Trump administration’s failure to recognize Haiti is a painful American tradition

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced Monday that he has extended Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status for six more months.

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Just another day for ‘The Bachelorette’ with its first black woman as the lead

The reality dating show avoids any land mines.

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West Virginia town gets its first black female police officer

Diggs: “To me, it’s not a big deal. I just put on a uniform and start my day, just like any other police officer does in this city."

Diggs: “To me, it’s not a big deal. I just put on a uniform and start my day, just like any other police officer does in this city."

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"Momma Did You Hear The News?"

Children's book helps parents talk about police brutality.

Children's book helps parents talk about police brutality.

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