Expanded plans would put a school-based facility with wraparound services in Downtown Memphis.
Group includes 14 organizations and 16 community leaders including state lawmakers, pastors and school board members.
Federal data indicates Memphis' murder rate last year was the worst in two decades, reaching a level not seen since the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1990s.
TSD still awaiting response from Corker's office.
Young scholars learn safety tips while helping others.
Alleged actions of a Memphis couple at the center of an Internet storm.
Northwest Shelby County Rotary Club receives its charter.
Amid pushback on ‘black-on-black crime’ label, panel probes for answers.
Council wipes out Beale St. Tourism Development Authority.
The Annual SAVE Conference (Students Against Violence Everywhere) was held on April 7 at First Baptist Broad, with more than 600 students in attendance.
Memphis education leaders are liking Tennessee’s charter school bill, despite having little initial input
Education leaders in Memphis have worked for several years to forge a delicate coalition for addressing thorny challenges that come with having the state’s fastest-growing charter sector.
Now in her third year of attending a premier public high school in Memphis, Janiya Douglas says she’s observed discipline being handed out unevenly to her classmates, depending on whether they are on the college preparatory track.
Featuring: Special MLK Commemoration coverage; The TSD Interview: Rev. William Barber; Sacred Resistance and more!
Program kicked off on April 3.
Barber says moral agenda, persistence can help bring social justice.