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Police: Body found in East Memphis, cause of death "undetermined"
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The Memphis Police Department is investigating after a body was found in the 100 block of South Holmes. Authorities arrived on the scene just after 2 p.m. on Thursday. The cause of death is undetermined at this time. This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is urged
Mother Reacts To Son's Shooting Death Near Millington's Naval Base
Related HeadlinesDeadly Shooting Near Millington Naval Base Leaves One Dead, One Injured, & One In Custody
DA: No More Prosecution for Drivers Whose Licenses Revoked For Financial Reasons
MEMPHIS, Tenn (localmemphis.com) - The Shelby County Dist. Attorney's Office will no longer prosecute cases involving drivers whose licenses are revoked only because they owe fines. Since the policy began seven weeks ago, it has eliminated more than 40 percent of the court dockets. Dist. Atty. Gener
Things to do in Memphis for Oct. 19-25
Billed as the "Queen of Clean" in recognition her old-school, Southern-fried, family-friendly and sometimes Christian-themed comedy routines,Chonda Piercebrings her"Still Laughing"tour to the Mid-South. A best-selling author (her book "Laughing in the Dark" deals with the loss of her mother and her
Two people shot in Memphis neighborhood
Former Shelby Co. deputy breaks down keys to staying safe in roadway shootingsMemphis man wanted for stealing 2 TVs from Walmart SupercenterPsychologist mom crashed SUV in attempt to kill self, infant son, police sayPHOTOS: Mid-South’s Most Wanted Fugitives
Multi-vehicle crash shuts down I-55 for hours, sends one to hospital
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - One person was taken to the hospital following a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 55 late last night. The crash, which involved an 18-wheeler, happened around 10:30 p.m. on I-55 between South Parkway and Mallory Avenue. The southbound lanes were closed for more than two hours while
Biden, Jackson receive Freedom Awards from the National Civil Rights Museum
MEMPHIS, TN - Former Vice President Joe Biden was honored alongside Rev. Jesse Jackson and philanthropist Pitt Hyde with Freedom Awards from the National Civil Rights Museum. Every year, the National Civil Rights Museum honors distinguished individuals who have made had a global and national impact.
Family identifies man shot and killed on Millington Navy base
Amanda Moreno, public affairs officer for Naval Support Activity Mid-South, said the shooting was reported just before 3 a.m. Sunday at the Fairway Cottages on Attu Street north of Navy Road, near the base's golf course.
Shelby County mother accused of stabbing her children to death has 2019 trial date
Two experts have determined that Shanynthia Gardner suffered from amental illness or defect when on July 1, 2016 she killedsix-month-old Yahzi, three-year-old Sya, two-year-old Sahvi and four-year-old Tallen.
Police need help finding woman’s killer in South Memphis
The woman was discovered in an overgrown lot, where shreds of crime scene tape remain, along with questions.
Woman arrested for trying to steal $14,000 from FedEx Freight, police say
A woman attempting to take 7-thousand dollars out of her account is now in jail facing fraud charges. Lasundra McClinton successfully withdrew 7-thousand dollars at the Regions bank off Shelby Drive. Download the FOX13 Memphis app to receive alerts from breaking news in your neighborhood. Trending s
Shelby County deputy released from hospital after deadly shooting
According to the Shelby County Sheriff's Office, the deputy involved in the deadly gun battle was released from the hospital Thursday afternoon. ORIGINAL STORY: A Shelby County Deputy is still recovering after an early morning gun battle that left a suspect dead. The two deputies accused of firing
Doors locked when 200 Mid-South employees show up to work
MEMPHIS, Tenn.- Employees at a Mid-South company showed up to work at 2 a.m., just to find the doors were locked.
Officer in Banks shooting turned off body camera before arresting pregnant woman
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Wednesday marked one month since Martavious Banks was shot by police and one of his one-time friends says she's had her own encounter with one of the officers who was chasing him September 17. Tamara Ingram said she was nine months pregnant in August 2017 when Michael Williams and s
TBI identifies man shot, killed by officers as suspect in I-40 shooting
According to information provided by authorities, the Memphis Police Department and Shelby County Sheriff’s Office had been searching for Parham for several weeks, and just received information that he was possibly at the Eden at Watersedge Apartment complex in Fox Meadows.
Judge orders state to stop suspending drivers licenses because of unpaid fines
“With this ruling, people will be able to go to work, see their families and friends, get to the grocery store and the doctor’s office, and do all of the things that many of us take for granted and that give life meaning,” said Tara Mikkilineni, Attorney at Civil Rights Corps.
Sheriff: Grandmother charged with murder after found toddler dead in oven, sheriff says
SHAW, Miss.- A 48-year-old grandmother has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to the death of her 20-month-old grandchild, authorities said.
Community speaks out after Mississippi toddler was stabbed to death and put in oven
Man shot, killed by deputies identified as I-40 shooting suspectCouple robbed by 2 men who they let inside home to 'use the bathroom,' police sayCoughing? Feeling yucky? You might have the 'Memphis Crud'PHOTOS: Mid-South’s Most Wanted Fugitives
WATCH LIVE: Former Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton To Announce Possible Lawsuit Over Voting
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) -Former Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton, who says he is running for mayor again, is holding a news conference at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday morning to announce a possible lawsuit against the city.
Memphis ranks 1st for road rage, guns
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Shots were fired on the interstate Wednesday morning.Memphis Police Department reported shots were fired in the area of I-240 and I-40 before 7 a.m.It is believe the shots were fired as part of a road rage incident.No injuries were reported.The suspect was last seen in a black se