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MEMPHIS — They were no longer in uniform, but a half-dozen military veterans completed a most difficult tour of duty recently as the first graduates of the Shelby County Veterans Court.
The autopsy revealed that the child suffered brain and spinal hemorrhaging as well as multiple rib fractures. He had bruises and cuts to his ear, his scalp and his neck. He was just 19 days old.
Sierra Club activists took to the water Friday to call attention to what they said were dangerous pollution discharges from TVA’s Allen Fossil Plant in Southwest Memphis.
Lee Burns, headmaster at Presbyterian Day School, will be the next headmaster of McCallie School in Chattanooga.
PYONGYANG, North Korea — North Korea’s top government body is proposing high-level nuclear and security talks with the United States days after a planned meeting with rival South Korea collapsed.
A former Memphis Animal Shelter employee accused of choking dogs to control them as they were about to be euthanized was convicted Friday on four counts of aggravated cruelty to animals.
MARYVILLE, Tenn. — A change in state law means that officials are no longer cracking down on restaurants selling takeout craft beer.
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.