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Using a Facebook post headlined "KEEPING YOU INFORMED," the Memphis Police Department has announced that an officer who shot and wounded a driver last year has resigned, and three others have been given unpaid suspensions. According to MPD, 26-year-old Jamarcus Jeames resigned last week during an administrative hearing. Police have said...
Juvenile Court Judge Dan Michael on Friday carved out a portion of his third annual State of the Court address to say that he welcomes juvenile justice reform being promoted by Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris and the Shelby County Commission. “I know we’re all looking forward to new facilities,” Michael...
Tributes to civil rights “giant” and attorney, Russell Bertrand Sugarmon flooded the Internet Monday as news spread quickly of his death. One of the most touching tributes came from his daughter, Elena DeCosta Williams, who took to Facebook to express her love and admiration. “To the world, he was Judge Russell...
The entire student body at Memphis Academy of Health Sciences hosted a program on Thursday afternoon for a missing student who no one has seen or heard from since last year. “Hearts for Johniah: An Ongoing Celebration of Love” brought back front and center Johniah Frazier, the 16-year-old teen who...
Governor Bill Lee on Tuesday morning announced that FedEx Logistics was making it's global headquarters in Downtown Memphis. The Gibson Guitar building will be the home of Memphis-based FedEx Corp.'s specialty services and trade unit. The announcement was made at the corner of Lt. George W. Lee Ave. and Third St....
Diversity of contributions in the legal community was the cause for celebration as hundreds filled the scenic ballroom of the Guest House at Graceland for the second Unity in Diversity Scholarship Banquet event. Featured speaker was the former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater, the first African-American director of...
The grant application process for the Philanthropic Black Women of Memphis (PBWM) is open now through March 15, 2019. The primary areas of focus for grant consideration include: Career development, Education, Entrepreneurship, Health and Scholarship. The grant guidelines and eligibility include the following: Must have a 501 © 3 tax-exempt designation...
Swedish appliance maker Electrolux has agreed to pay taxes on a factory the company has decided to shut down in Memphis, Tennessee, officials said Friday. Electrolux said Thursday that it plans to stop production within two years at its Memphis factory while investing $250 million to consolidate U.S. cooking manufacturing...
  This Sunday (Feb. 3) on "Where Do We Go From Here?" the focus is on books and relationships as TSDRadio welcomes multi-book author Sheila Whalum, who has just released her first novel, "Don't Walk Away." And, from a wide-ranging conversation with Interim Shelby County Schools Supt. Joris Ray, emerges a...
The Shelby County Schools board voted unanimously Tuesday to close a northeast Memphis charter high school. Board members Joyce Dorse-Coleman, Stephanie Love, Michelle Robinson McKissack, Scott McCormick, Shante Avant, Billy Orgel, and Kevin Woods, Miska Clay Bibbs voted in favor of closing Gateway University at the end of this school year....