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The December massacre of 20 students and six staff members at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school led the chief of the Metro Nashville Police Department to decide patrol officers could start bringing their own AR-15 rifles to work.
The bus takes Leola McAdams only so far, which explains why she was riding the trolley on the final leg of her commute from North Memphis to a custodial job at First Tennessee Bank one recent evening.
More than 1,900 homes and businesses served by Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division remained without power late afternoon Saturday following an intense thunderstorm Friday night that raked Midtown and parts of East Memphis with winds of up 45 mph.
The Grizzlies ended training camp practice early Wednesday upon learning that Dana Davis, vice president of basketball operations and team programs, was found dead in his apartment.
Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan's motorcade arrived at the Racquet Club of Memphis at 4:10 p.m. this afternoon for his fundraiser set to begin later this evening.
A startling fact emerged the last time the government counted America's farmers, a fact that spurred worry about the country's food future.
In Thursday's match against District 6-A/AA rival Arts & Sciences, East Hamilton coach John Millard moved senior Chandler Smith to various positions on the field.
HAVANA — Colombia’s main leftist rebel group proposed a cease-fire Thursday while it holds peace talks with the government beginning in Norway next month. It also named three negotiators, including a high-ranking guerrilla now imprisoned in the United States.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hundreds of protesters marched through Charlotte’s central business district Sunday ahead of the Democratic National Convention in a demonstration that was lively but smaller than organizers had touted.
KABUL, Afghanistan — NATO forces in Afghanistan say an Afghan soldier has turned his weapon on international troops, killing 2 coalition service members in the country’s east.