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Strickland unveils $200 million in projects to revive the city's neighborhoods. Here's where Memphis will spend the money
In his state of the city speech, Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland will outline how the city will spend $200 million on itself. You can read about it here first.
Power Poll results: Memphis leaders sound off
This month's Memphis Power Poll touched on topics including vaccination, return to school and COVID-19 relief.
Memphis man's photo with Chuck Norris lookalike at Capitol riots spurs denial by the actor
A Memphis man arrested and charged for offenses allegedly committed at the U.S. Capitol was behind a viral photo that led to Chuck Norris' manager denying the actor participated in the Capitol riots.
Memphis man charged in Capitol riot, Justice Department says
The FBI has arrested a Memphis man whom investigators say joined a crowd of President Trump's supporters storming the U.S. Capitol, chronicling the attempted takeover in a series of Instagram photos ...
The Latest: Memphis women's basketball cancels another game
The Memphis women’s basketball game against USF scheduled for Sunday has been canceled. The Tigers have elected not to compete due to health and safety concerns. It's the sixth game this season the ...
Memphis man charged in U.S. Capitol raid
A second Tennessee man has been arrested and charged with taking part in the raid at the U.S. Capitol last week, federal authorities said Friday.
Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland disagrees with David Kustoff. But their friendship goes deeper than that
Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris condemned last week's mob violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Analysis: Is David Kustoff's vote on Trump's impeachment a political liability or practicality?
For a Republican congressman like Kustoff, the potential political calculation behind Wednesday's vote was 'Will a vote for impeachment hurt more than a vote against?' ...
Political cartoonist recorded the times
After World War II, a young Army Reserve infantryman, George Fisher, who fought at the Battle of the Bulge, turned his military service into a public political career.