Coast women celebrate Katrina anniversary through gardening

Coast women celebrate Katrina anniversary through gardening

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) – The sunshine beaming down on East Biloxi today inspired the members of Coastal Women for Change.  They spent the morning in the community garden adjacent to John Henry Beck Park in Biloxi. They dug up the dirt and planted new vegetables in the Division Street garden. Coastal Women for Change chose Katrina’s anniversary for this philanthropy project to remind neighbors the roots in this community are strong. The devastation brought by Hurricane Katrina inspired the start
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Fun Ford Series featuring FocusFest

Fun Ford Series featuring FocusFest

Use our interactive map to find attractions, restaurants and hotels, or download printable maps. Get Our Guides View, download or order the 2015 Memphis Map & Tourist Guide and the 2015 Memphis Destination & Sports Planning Guide. Don’t miss any of the excitement – Car Show, Drag Racing and a SCCA sanctioned Autocross event.  Memphis International Raceway is a sports entertainment destination and is the nation’s most versatile racing facilities. Multi-track complex features a 3/4-mile
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6515 POPLAR AVE

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I-40 flyover opens to heavy traffic

I-40 flyover opens to heavy traffic

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) – The new I-40 flyover is officially open, but the one lane opened has been plagued by traffic. “I’ve been driving nine hours, I’m ready to get out of here,” one driver said. With speed limit signs showing 45 miles per hour, cars were going much slower Saturday. Cars lined the road waiting to get on the ramp for the flyover. Many waited patiently to go over the highly anticipated new addition despite the long wait. “Not everybody knows about it,” another dr
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Tropical Storm Erika downgraded

Tropical Storm Erika downgraded

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) – It was 10 years ago today we watched Katrina make landfall along the Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast. Today we’re watching yet another storm. Fortunately, this storm does not look to have much of an impact on the Magnolia State – if any impact at all. Tropical Storm Erika downgraded to a remnant low Saturday. She continues to move across areas that are not favorable for immediate re-development. The cyclone is moving west northwestward at
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Flights from Austin to Memphis are taking off as the newest travel trend

Flights from Austin to Memphis are taking off as the newest travel trend

Southwest Airlines planes sit at the gate. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) Southwestern Airlines announced this week that it will be offering nonstop flights from Austin to Memphis, Tenn. this winter. The flight, which will transport passengers from one music capital to another, has been dubbed the “Music Express,” The Commercial Appeal originally reported. These special flights will be available on Saturdays and Sundays from December 5 through January 3. Between January 9,  a
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A Better Mid-South: Mental illness

A Better Mid-South: Mental illness

Editorial by WMC Action News 5 General Manager Tracey Rogers: This week has been a particularly tough week for anyone who works in the broadcasting field. Like you, we watched in horror as two journalists were gunned down on live tv this week in Roanoke, Virginia. The pain we have felt for our fallen brother and sister is immense and has shined a bright light on the issue of mental illness. We know firsthand the damage of mental illness to a community. I believe many of the violent crimes we re
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Renovated Denver Park reopens with celebration

Renovated Denver Park reopens with celebration

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) – Residents in Frayser saw how their hard work paid off in helping rid the streets of gangs. Saturday, the new Denver Park held a reopening in a place that was once overrun by crime. Children were so happy about the renovations, they marched down the street in a parade to celebrate. “Hey its good for the community to get together and have something this bi, and nice and they done upgraded the park. I love it,” said Donald Ward. Residents said it was only months ago t
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Parents angry after prowler enters elementary school

Parents angry after prowler enters elementary school

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) – Parents at Fox Meadows Elementary said they are angry. They are mad they were not informed anything had happened, even after the suspected prowler was arrested. Witnesses said it began at a home on Darlington Road when the man tried to get into the side door. He was spotted and ran away. A family member chased him with their vehicle. “I should have been notified at least to be aware that the situation was handled and ou
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Nashville man accused of shooting brother

Nashville man accused of shooting brother

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – A Nashville man who called police about the shooting of his brother has been arrested and charged with attempted criminal homicide. John L. Ross, 54, was jailed on $150,000 bond Friday Night. Ross is accused of shooting his brother during an argument at a home on Cahal Avenue. According to an affidavit, a witness told police the two men were standing about 10 feet apart when the gun went off. The victim, whose name is being withheld as officers notify family members, was
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Lawyer: Tony Stewart's response to lawsuit 'appalling'

Lawyer: Tony Stewart’s response to lawsuit ‘appalling’

NEW YORK (AP) – A lawyer for a racecar driver who was killed when he was run over by Tony Stewart’s car says legal claims by the NASCAR star in response to a lawsuit are “appalling.” Attorney Mark Lanier said Saturday in an email that Kevin Ward Jr. was killed last year as he walked on a dirt track in upstate New York even though Stewart is one of the world’s best drivers. The lawyer noted five other cars drove around Ward during a yellow caution flag before Stewart “revved his e
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Immigration shift shows India, China outpacing Mexico

Immigration shift shows India, China outpacing Mexico

DALLAS (AP) – Siddharth Jaganath wanted to return to India after earning his master’s degree at Texas’ Southern Methodist University. Instead, he built a new life in the U.S. over a decade, becoming a manager at a communications technology company and starting a family in the Dallas suburb of Plano. “You start growing your roots and eventually end up staying here,” the 37-year-old said. His path is an increasingly common one: Immigrants from China and India, many with student or work vi
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Biloxi church holds Katrina remembrance service

Biloxi church holds Katrina remembrance service

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) – Many saw Saturday’s anniversary of Hurricane Katrina as an opportunity to join together in faith and worship. That was certainly the case at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Biloxi. The church joined with other congregations from the area for a day of reflection, prayer and praise. Praise and worship gave way to prayer which gave way to testimonies of survival, hardship and faith. “Even though we remember what Katrina did to us, we should never forget w
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Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Jackson

Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Jackson

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) – Ten years ago hundreds made Mississippi their home after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast. Today, they are still part of our community. Post Katrina, longtime basketball superstar Kevin Garnett came to Jackson to help Hurricane Katrina evacuees get on their feet. Using his own money he teamed up with Habitat for Humanity and built homes in the heart of Jackson. Ten years later the families share their stories. “It was crazy, said Devon C
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Biker Dad: Campaign urges "Watch for Motorcycles"

Biker Dad: Campaign urges “Watch for Motorcycles”

There have been at least 4 deadly motorcycle accidents in the Mid-South this month. Saturday bikers hit the streets to urge drivers to “Please Watch Out For Motorcycles.” The Motorcycle Awareness Campaign, Blues City Victory Riders and Frank Barton of Barton Power Sports spent four hours on the corner of Poplar Avenue and South Highland Street in Memphis Saturday standing instead of riding. They were holding up bright yellow signs with that message on them. The Motorcyc
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Memphis football plays scripted mock game Saturday

Memphis football plays scripted mock game Saturday

The Memphis Football team turned into a reality show Saturday morning – no, there was no drama, but much like the Bachelor or the Kardashians – Saturday’s Tiger football mock game was completely scripted. Coach Justin Fuente led the team into its first ever mock game, a way to give the younger Tigers a chance to go through the motions on game day and get used to pre-game preparations. It’s a new wrinkle for a program that has success with Fuente pressing the buttons. Fans go
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After Katrina, Cayolle decides "there really isn't any going back"

After Katrina, Cayolle decides “there really isn’t any going back”

Brian Cayolle was watching television the day Katrina slammed into New Orleans, and he saw video of a street in his neighborhood. Water was lapping the bottom of a street sign, and it was at that point that Cayolle — a musician performing on the American Queen riverboat — knew he didn’t have a home left to return to. “I knew that if the water was that high, it was over my house,” said Cayolle, a saxophonist everyone calls “Breeze.” “(I knew) that
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Residents across Gulf remember Katrina's might, recovery

Residents across Gulf remember Katrina’s might, recovery

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Mississippi and Louisiana marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on Saturday by ringing church bells, laying wreaths and celebrating the resiliency of a region still recovering from a disaster that killed more than 1,800 people and caused $151 billion in damage. Addressing dignitaries at New Orleans’ memorial to the unclaimed and unidentified dead, Mayor Mitch Landrieu spoke of the dark days after the monstrous storm and how the city’s residents leaned on ea
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Teen pleads guilty in fatal shooting of Memphis contractor

Teen pleads guilty in fatal shooting of Memphis contractor

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) – Prosecutors say a Memphis teen has been sentenced to 30 years in prison without the possibility of parole for the fatal shooting of a construction contractor. The Shelby County district attorney’s office says 17-year-old Derek Cunningham Jr. was sentenced by a judge after pleading guilty to second-degree murder Friday. Authorities say Cunningham and a co-defendant Corey Sandifer, robbed John “J. P.” Shelley of his iPad and cash as Shelley met with a construction worker
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Survivor's husband recounts story before gunfire erupted

Survivor’s husband recounts story before gunfire erupted

ROANOKE, Va. (AP) – The chamber of commerce official who was answering questions about her community on live TV when gunfire erupted said she never saw the gunman walk up to the group. Vicki Gardner, who is executive director of the resort area’s chamber of commerce, says the camera’s bright light blinded her. She was wounded as she fell to the ground after hearing the first shots, her husband said.. The gunman, Vester Flanagan, ambushed WDBJ-TV cameraman Adam Ward and reporter Alison P
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EPIcenter launches logistics innovation booster

EPIcenter launches logistics innovation booster

A logistics innovation accelerator is off and running, marshaling Memphis talent and know-how to flesh out the bright ideas of budding entrepreneurs. The inaugural EPIcenter Logistics Innovation Accelerator kicked off Aug. 17 with four fledgling businesses seeking to hone products and business plans and hopefully attract investment capital. The ideas include a smart mailbox, a climate-controlled shipping container for biologicals, an online marketplace to ship oversized, used consumer items and
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1909-10 WA Johnson Memphis Herald

1909-10 WA Johnson Memphis Herald

W.A. Johnson was the 31st president and joined Texas Press Association in 1894, and from that time until his last illness never missed an annual convention. He served on all of the key committees, including the executive committee. Johnson was a native of Minnesota, but came to Texas as a young man. His first newspaper work in Texas was at Denison. Johnson served two terms as state senator. At the close of his second term he was elected lieutenant governor. He died in 1922. TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIAT
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Super moon: a bigger and brighter look

Super moon: a bigger and brighter look

Don’t forget to look up tonight! We are expecting a super moon tonight, which means this will be one of the biggest and brightest moon you’ve seen in 2015. So what makes the moon so “super?” It has to do with the moon’s orbit around the earth. A super moon, also called a perigee moon, refers to a time when the moon is full and at its closest point to earth. The moon reaches a close point to earth a few times a year, but it typically only coincides with a full moon
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3763 Schanna Dr, Memphis, TN 38135

3763 Schanna Dr, Memphis, TN 38135

Request Info Save Favorite 3 Bedrooms & 2 Full Baths Even if you are not currently buying or selling, we are here for you. We help with everything related to your home. Price Reduction Like new 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Riverhill Estates. New exterior ad interior paint, berber carpet, eat in kitchen, fenced yard and storage unit. Pets are allowed. Available immediately upon approved application. Please call 901-399-7153 to schedule an appointment today. The MLS requires that we only provide
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We’ve made the beloved bomber jacket even better by crafting it in a wool windowpane print and adding a luxe sherpa collar. Our Memphis Windowpane Bomber will take you seamlessly from a tailgate to cocktails. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Free Shipping on orders over $100. details Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit. Magni animi architecto corporis, commodi cupi
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'The Gin Game' is coming to The Next Stage at Theatre Memphis in September 2015

‘The Gin Game’ is coming to The Next Stage at Theatre Memphis in September 2015

In a press release from Randall Hartzog, Theatre Memphis, Director of Marketing and Communications, he announces that the Donald L. Coburn play, “The Gin Game” will run at the theatre from September 18 – October 4, 2015. The announcement is listed below. “The Next Stage at Theatre Memphis presents Donald L. Coburn’s The Gin Game, opening September 18 and running until October 4, 2015. Winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize and a Tony nominee for Best Play, The Gin Game tells the story of Fonsia Do
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17-year-old sentenced to 30 years in prison for killing Memphis contractor during robbery

17-year-old sentenced to 30 years in prison for killing Memphis contractor during robbery

MEMPHIS, Tennessee — Prosecutors say a Memphis teen has been sentenced to 30 years in prison without the possibility of parole for the fatal shooting of a construction contractor. The Shelby County district attorney’s office says 17-year-old Derek Cunningham Jr. was sentenced by a judge after pleading guilty to second-degree murder Friday. Authorities say Cunningham and a co-defendant Corey Sandifer, robbed John “J. P.” Shelley of his iPad and cash as Shelley met with a construction worke
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Today: Memphis Minnie's Celebrates Bacon Day With Special Menu

Today: Memphis Minnie’s Celebrates Bacon Day With Special Menu

If you enjoy bacon and kitschy food holidays, then today is your day. That’s right, in recognition of International Bacon Day (which, depending on who you ask, is today or next Saturday), Memphis Minnie’s (576 Haight St.) is offering an extensive menu of bacon-centric fare to mark the occasion. This is Minnies’ third annual Bacon Day celebration. The idea came from manager Tom Campbell, who came across Bacon Day during a routine web search for obscure holidays. That year, Minnie’s tried
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This Katrina survivor is one of Memphis' stars

This Katrina survivor is one of Memphis’ stars

Editor’s note: It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina slammed the Gulf Coast in August 2005, flooding cities and towns, ravaging homes and displacing thousands of people from Louisiana to Mississippi to Alabama. But New Orleans was ground zero for the bulk of the devastation after the levees broke submerging low-lying areas like St. Bernard Parish and the Ninth Ward. In all, nearly 2,000 people died in the hurricane and the flooding the followed. In the ensuing months and years af
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Williams survives Katrina, now "pretty much just living"

Williams survives Katrina, now “pretty much just living”

Editor’s note: It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina slammed the Gulf Coast in August 2005, flooding cities and towns, ravaging homes and displacing thousands of people from Louisiana to Mississippi to Alabama. But New Orleans was ground zero for the bulk of the devastation after the levees broke submerging low-lying areas like St. Bernard Parish and the Ninth Ward. In all, nearly 2,000 people died in the hurricane and the flooding the followed. In the ensuing months and years af
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Editorial: Church Health Center has Potential to Change Memphis

Editorial: Church Health Center has Potential to Change Memphis

Name: Send Results to This Email: As the Church Health Center prepares to move to Crosstown Concourse, it is worth looking at how aspirations meet needs in Memphis. To be sure this is a volatile combination. In Memphis, the sheer size of a need can prompt a frenzy of agencies and efforts to meet it. But those groups still can fall woefully short, despite their big, broad efforts. Since Dr. Scott Morris opened the doors of the clinic in 1987 and with a single nurse saw 12 patients on the first d
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139 Eastview Dr, Memphis, TN 38111

139 Eastview Dr, Memphis, TN 38111

GreatSchools ratings give an overview of a school’s test results. The ratings are based on a comparison of test results for all schools in the state. Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries. Premier Agents specialize in this area and can assist you in seeing a home or answer your questions. Are you an agent looking for more exposure for yoursel
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Men's Soccer Claims Season Opener, 3-1 Over Memphis

Men’s Soccer Claims Season Opener, 3-1 Over Memphis

UAB vs. Stetson Details: Sunday, August 30 | 5 p.m. CT West Campus Field (2,500) | Birmingham, Ala. Game Coverage: Live Stats | Watch Live | Twitter | UAB Notes MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Ian Svantesson connected on two early second half goals and DeAndre Robinson added another to lead the UAB men’s soccer team to a 3-1 season-opening victory Friday night versus Memphis at the Mike Rose Soccer Complex. “It was a very good game against a very good team,” head coach Mike Getman said following the match. “T
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Veterinary Topics Every day we are besieged with pet food advertisements, in magazines, newspapers and on television. Tens, if not hundreds, of millions of dollars are spent per year trying to convince us that thei … Joint problems plague dogs just as commonly as they do humans. That’s why orthopedic care can improve your beloved friend’s quality of life. At Memphis Animal Clinic, we strive to help pets live … Summer is officially here! For humans, that means better beach days and much need
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Memphis' Town Center Trio Concept Takes Double Hit

Memphis’ Town Center Trio Concept Takes Double Hit

The city of Memphis’ plan to convert Raleigh Springs Mall into a town center was stopped last week when a Circuit Court judge denied the city’s attempt to take the bulk of the mall’s land through eminent domain. (Daily News File/Andrew J. Breig) Two of the three town centers envisioned by Memphis Mayor A C Wharton are going in different directions with a recent court ruling and an auction. The city of Memphis lost its bid to acquire the Raleigh Springs Mall by eminent domain
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Automotive Center Manager

Automotive Center Manager

Popular locations: California (CA) (1281) | Illinois (IL) (884) | Pennsylvania (PA) (853) | Texas (TX) (822) | Florida (FL) (722) Popular categories: Sales (3381) | Customer Service (2938) | Automotive (981) | Team Lead (753) | Buying/Merchandising (710) | Asset Protection/Loss Prevention (703) | Cashier (643) | Repair/Installation (561) | Field Management (449)…
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Memphis 22, New Haven 20

Memphis 22, New Haven 20

STAR OF THE GAME: Dillon Mitchell rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown, as well as the go-ahead two point conversion run to go up 22-20. KEY STATISTIC: Memphis didn’t allow New Haven to score in the second half. PLAY OF THE GAME: Dillon Mitchell completed one pass, but it was a 48 yard touchdown to Nolan Addington that tied the game at 20-20 before the two point conversion. Memphis 22, New Haven 20 M 8 6 0 8 — 22 NH 14 6 0 0 — 20 First Quarter NH — Alonte Stevens 40 pass from Jordan Car
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Tennessee news roundup: Memphis cop shooting, EPA fine, prison violence & TSU president

Tennessee news roundup: Memphis cop shooting, EPA fine, prison violence & TSU president

Tennessee Associated Press • Yesterday at 11:46 PM Defense in Memphis officer shooting can’t get evidence yet MEMPHIS — Defense attorneys for a man charged with killing a Memphis police officer cannot receive video evidence and the officer’s daily activities log from the police department ahead of a preliminary hearing, a judge ruled Thursday. Shelby County General Sessions Judge Loyce Lambert Ryan ruled in favor of a motion by prosecutors to quash subpoenas issued by pub
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University of Tennessee ditches gender pronouns

University of Tennessee ditches gender pronouns

KNOXVILLE, TN (WMC) – The University of Tennessee in Knoxville is ditching gendered pronouns. According to the university, students and staff are being asked to ditch “he” and “she” to make the campus more gender-neutral. Instead, the school’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion wants everyone on campus to use all-inclusive words like “ze” to make it easier to include all genders. This movement away from traditional gendered pronouns is becoming more common. Within
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Memphis artist creates tribute to Dave Brown

Memphis artist creates tribute to Dave Brown

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) – Memphis artist Adam Exelbierd portrays many iconic Memphis symbols. Friday night, at an event at the FedexForum,  Exelbierd speed-pointed the Piggly Wiggly mascot.  However, his take on another Memphis staple caught our eye. “Ice storm ’94,” said Exelbierd. “It was Dave Brown, Dave Brown, Dave Brown.” Dave has delivered the weather all of Exelbierd’s life. “I mean, every time you turn on Action News 5 and something’s going on with the weath
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Should the Memphis Grizzlies continue "grinding" it out?

Should the Memphis Grizzlies continue “grinding” it out?

What most people love about the Memphis Grizzlies is their “grit and grind” style that relies heavily on wearing teams down with great defense and interior play. But while that style has proven successful at winning over fans in Memphis, it hasn’t yet proven successful at bringing a championship to Beale Street. I love the Memphis Grizzlies’ style as much as anybody from an aesthetic perspective. There is something beautiful about a team trying to win ugly without any f
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Falling for a good cause

Falling for a good cause

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) – Folks are suiting up and taking the plunge, all for a good cause. “The Special Olympics allows people to get integrated into the community and I just want to be a part of that,” said one participant. The Over the Edge program is one of the largest fundraisers for Special Olympics Greater Memphis’, generating upwards of 80-thousand dollars for this event alone. This year, those ‘not so faint of heart’ raised money for the opportunity to scale one of the talle
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Memphis opens football season with win over New Haven

Memphis opens football season with win over New Haven

The Rockets bit, and the Yellowjackets stung them for it. Dillon Mitchell threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Nolan Addington in the first minute of the fourth quarter to give Memphis the lead, and the Yellowjackets held on for a 22-20 victory over host New Haven in a non-league football season opener Friday night. Mitchell?s pass came on second-and-13 and deviated from the Yellowjackets? run-oriented game plan against New Haven, which was unable to score in the second half of coach Roland Bell?
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THE GIN GAME to Play Theatre Memphis This Fall

THE GIN GAME to Play Theatre Memphis This Fall

Winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize and a Tony nominee for Best Play, THE GIN GAME tells the story of Fonsia Dorsey, a woman in her twilight years and now residing in a “home for the aged.” Her loneliness is interrupted by the crusty charm of fellow resident Weller Marin who teaches her how to play Gin Rummy. As they seemingly become close over the shuffle of cards, much is revealed about their regret-filled lives. As Fonsia consistently wins every hand, rage and needling escalates and
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Homicide victim's truck found in Memphis

Homicide victim’s truck found in Memphis

The abandoned truck of a Memphis homicide victim has been found, the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office said Friday. The 2013 white Ford F150 XLT pickup was found in the 50 block of Belvedere in Memphis. Edward Miller, 60, was found Aug. 11 on Pinner Lane near Simmons Road in Drummonds. He had been shot multiple times. Miller was last seen Aug. 4 in the area of Winchester and Millbranch. “The vehicle was located after the management of the apartment complex notified authorities,”
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This week in Memphis history: August 28-September 3

This week in Memphis history: August 28-September 3

1985: On the front page of The Daily News, developers of the Riverset Apartments on Mud Island’s northern end are going to the Center City Revenue Finance Corp. for $105 million in tax-free revenue bond financing. The 1,500-unit complex is also to feature a marina. Construction, which is to start in November or December, is to be coordinated with the opening of the bridge across the Memphis harbor where Auction Avenue dead ends. Monthly rents are estimated at $400 to $700. 1972: The roste
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Memphis based bicycle ministry inspires man in Iowa

Memphis based bicycle ministry inspires man in Iowa

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) – When you have a passion for something, it’s always inspiring when that passion helps others.  Pastor Tommy Clark  had a passion for serving people, riding his bike and eating Mexican food.  In 2013, while studying at the Memphis Theological Seminary, one of his class assignments called for ministry project of his choice. He began making burritos, riding his bike and handing them out to people on that streets of Memphis; anyone who was hungry. H
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St. Louis Cardinals Recall Sam Tuivailala from Triple-A with Trevor Rosenthal on Paternity List

St. Louis Cardinals Recall Sam Tuivailala from Triple-A with Trevor Rosenthal on Paternity List

With closer Trevor Rosenthal missing the St. Louis Cardinals’ weekend series against the San Francisco Giants in order to attend the birth of his second child, the team filled the void on the roster by promoting relief pitcher Sam Tuivailala from Triple-A Memphis. Though a roster spot will have to be cleared for Rosenthal when he returns to the team on Monday, Tuivailala’s recall is a precursor to him being part of the team’s bullpen in September when rosters expand. The 22-ye…
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