Greater Metro

PHOTOS: Legends & Leaders Gala 2017

TSD presents and evening to remember at Dominos' Event Center at St. Jude's.

MLGW gets $1 million from TVA to address extreme energy burdens

The Tennessee Valley Authority on Wednesday detailed the allocation of $1 million dollars to be spent in Memphis on energy efficiency and weatherization improvements for low-income communities.

This year’s list of school voucher bills just got shorter in Tennessee

Tennessee lawmakers advocating for vouchers and similar school-choice programs are now rallying behind a single bill.

Black Lives Matter groups joining forces with wage activists

Echoes of Dr. King's quest for economic justice reverberate through movement.

On Newsstands NOW: The Tri-State Defender

Featuring: Is that really W.C. Handy's Piano? Plus, Henri Brooks' court victory and Memphis Black Restaurant Week!

Legends & Leaders: From the Publisher and CEO

Connecting legends and leaders with purpose and intention.

Beale Street Tourism Authority could be on its way out

City Council committee vote signals desire for change.

Remembering Robert Raiford

Local club owner and “Disco King” passes away.

Memphis Branch NAACP taps author and national pollster Cornell Belcher

Centennial Kick-Off Luncheon to feature highly sought after political commentator.

Disciplinary charges dropped against Memphis' top prosecutor

D.A. Amy Weirich accepts private reprimand.

Blight battle finds focus at Aretha Franklin's birthplace

But Memphis leading the way with anti-blight charter.

CLASSIQUE: A fashion show for curves features 'Project Runway' designer

Unique event highlights fashion forward designs that cater to full-figured women.

MPD moves to invest ‘more resources in community, not crime’

The collaborators powering a new Memphis-area nonprofit don’t dispute that there is a gap between law enforcement officers and the communities that those officers serve.

Kyle Veazey: Meeting people where they are

Mayor’s deputy communication director hears Frayser residents’ concerns.

SCS budget unveiled

Supt. Hopson wants to invest in Memphis teacher raises, student supports, struggling schools.