Aerotek is looking to fill more than 200 positions in Memphis between now and the end of August.
A historic marker describing the 1955 abduction and lynching of Emmett Till is being rededicated next week.
Beauvoir’s Board of Directors named Stephen McKinney as the new Executive Director.
901 Interns from across the City of Memphis met up Friday to volunteer for different service projects.
William Devin, also known as “The Bearded Owl” is offering free haircuts to military personnel and first responders on July 2nd.
Following a fight with his girlfriend, police say a Level 2 sex offender packed up and moved out. But, investigators say he forgot to notify them of his change of address.
A man faces a felony theft charge after police say he stole $35,000 worth of jewelry from a Jonesboro woman’s home where he was staying.
During Friday's meeting, Ocean Spring's Board of Aldermen voted during executive session to move forward with filing a claim to ask a judge to order Mississippi Rising to pay the city's legal bills.?
This is the first time someone has won the jackpot since the "Cash 4 Life" game launched in Tennessee in 2015.
Nearly $1,000 was raised for Martin Elementary as part of the Chrysler Cars 4 Classrooms fundraiser.
Thursday, Arkansas lawmakers suggested raising the tobacco tax by more than $2.
The heat of the summer cannot slow down the good deeds of Mid-Southerners. Here are five of the great things that happened in the Mid-South this week.
The newest Memphis Grizzlies will be officially introduced Friday afternoon.
Credit card skimmers being placed inside gas pumps have been making headlines across the country for years, including in South Mississippi. Now, Jackson County Sheriff's Office is warning people to be on the lookout after a skimmer was found inside a gas station.
Police are working to find the two gunmen who shot and killed a man at a Nashville park earlier this month.
Friday, Savino Juarez-Cabrales, 45, was sentenced for 10 years in federal prison for coordinating a shipment of 15 kilograms of cocaine and 1 kilogram of heroine through the U.S. Postal Service to Memphis via a multi-vehicle carrier.
The sun’s UV rays travel down to the surface of earth and can cause major damage to our skin. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself.
Officials said at least one person was injured in the incident. It's not clear how severe the victim's injuries are.
Victor Kirksey, who has yet to be charged for shooting at law enforcement on Monday, is listed in fair condition at Forrest General Hospital. He was captured following a shootout with authorities on Monday. Ever since then, Kirksey has been in the hospital. Initially, The Hattiesburg Police Department and the Mississippi Department of Public Safety said they could…
At 3:45 a.m. Friday, officers responded to a shooting at Memphis Union Mission homeless shelter located at 383 Poplar Ave.