Killing of two year old prompts calls to let “the law take its course.”
“Clearly it’s not time to be let off of investigation,” Shelby County Board of Commissioners Chairman Melvin Burgess said Wednesday, delivering a passionate retort to Shelby County Mayor Mark H. Luttrell Jr.
LITE uses a long-term model to work with students ages 17 to 25. The organization focuses on tackling the fundamental challenges of starting a business; but the vision is much bigger than entrepreneurship.
It is the sixth year in which Memphis Gun Down has zeroed in on establishing a “Safe Zone” by extending the hours of community centers during the summer months.
Justice Department targets assistance for Memphis, Jackson, Tenn. and 10 other cities.
FedEx Corp.'s latest quarterly profit beat Wall Street expectations thanks to higher rates and an increase in deliveries, as the company continues to benefit from the growth in online shopping.
Request backed by county mayor seeks to end an agreement mandating changes and oversight. Move irks critics of Juvenile Court operation.
All 14 groups seeking to start or expand charter schools in Memphis in 2018 are getting an early icy reception from Shelby County Schools.
Shelby County Schools is turning to a veteran principal with school turnaround experience to take the helm of Trezevant High School, where its last leader unearthed grading irregularities that have shaken the entire district.
LocalMemphis reporting that trial set for next June.
The fifth annual HBCU Reunion Weekend brought together alumni excited to celebrate their alma maters while also allowing the community a chance to ask questions and talk about historically black colleges and universities.
Scholar and former MSNBC host Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry will keynote the NAACP Centennial Celebration. Former U.S. Congressman Harold Ford Jr. will also be a featured guest.
For Danielle Inez, the newly-elected president of the Shelby County Young Democrats, it’s nice that the political establishment is starting to recognize and speak to the concerns of “millennial voters.” But it’s not enough.
The Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at The Le-Moyne Owen College, Dr. Alfred Hall, is leaving the college and his position now is listed as an available employment opportunity on the LOC website.
Students form campus-based PR company to push the positive.