World famous Memphis barbeque is about to take on a new form. A couple of Memphians are organizing the first Vegan BBQ Cook Off and Festival. The cook off and festival is set for... Read More.
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The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is now able to communicate with people in or near unincorporated Shelby County using text to 9-1-1. Officials say text to 9-1-1 is for emergencies when someone cannot contact... Read More.
Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris is announcing a proposal for employees considering becoming parents. The proposal would provide six-weeks paid parental leave for Shelby County Government employees. It would allow six-weeks paid parental leave... Read More.
Memphis residents can now go online to book an appointment to get the Real ID. The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security is testing a pilot program at four DMV locations to reduce... Read More.
The City of Memphis is asking drivers to report potholes. Officials say street crews have repaired more than 8,000 potholes since the first of the year, but many remain unreported. Potholes can be reported... Read More.
Deadly traffic accidents are up in Shelby County. As of February 20, there had been 28 traffic deaths this year. That’s 17 more than this time last year. Shelby County Sheriff’s Office officials say... Read More.
Shelby County voters are taking advantage of early voting in the presidential primary. Early voting in Tennessee began February 12 and ends February 25. The presidential primary in Tennessee is set for March 3.
The Memphis Zoo is welcoming some new animals. The two bat-eared foxes recently became part of the zoo family. Helen came to the Cat Country exhibit from a zoo in Chicago, while Raj came... Read More.