Greater Metro

For the first time in years, Shelby County Schools will start its budget process without a shortfall

When it comes to providing enough money to keep Shelby County Schools afloat, board member Stephanie Love likens Tennessee’s largest school system to a ship that has been navigating life-threatening storms.

G ☺☺D BLUE & Y☺U: MPD Deputy Director Mike Ryall

Love and acceptance solid foundation for building a great community.

Making sense of a lynching 125 years later

Commemoration events harked back to the “People’s Grocery Lynching” and provided a platform for responding to modern-day challenges.

Ladies In Need Can Survive

Organization provides troubled women with resources for success and freedom.

Robert Abbott "Bobby" Sengstacke: (1943-2017)

Former Tri-State Defender publisher and son of TSD founder dies at 73.

Her Prom Closet supplies dresses and life lessons

Davina Jones: “There is a bigger picture to this. The overall thing is about giving back and blessing others."

Council OKs Beale St. Bucks donation to MPD

Concerns rise over district oversight.

‘Speed Repping’ Town Hall gets encore invitations

All it takes is three minutes to talk to city officials....

Former U.S. Attorney joins Memphis-based Butler Snow law firm

Stanton III will practice with firm's white collar, compliance and government investigations team.

Tameka ‘Big Baby’ Goodman suffers heart attack

Fans, friends and supporters prayerful for the recovery of “Our Lady of Soul.”

Memphis senior takes 2017 Poetry Out Loud state title

Marquavious Moore steps out of his comfort zone and comes up a winner.

COPS Office reverses course

Department of Justice says it will proceed with a review of the Memphis Police Department.

BLM-Memphis calls for D.A. Amy Weirich, others to resign

Seeking resignation within 20 days, though no clear consequences given if Weirich doesn't comply.

Gov. Haslam takes fuel tax pitch to South Memphis

A bevy of questions reflect interest in knowing what, if any, benefits will flow to local residents if his proposal musters legislative approval.

Justice Department halts its review of Memphis police

In a news release, DOJ said its Office of Community Oriented Policing Services won't proceed with collaborative reform process.