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Prince Mackey, Janice Vanderhaar and Tony Mackey are members of the Neighborhood Watch program in the Villages of Bennington in southeast Shelby County. Comment?
April 23, 2013 - Latoshia Tillman pauses to look at 288 photos of murder victims while attending the 5th annual tree planting for victims of violent crimes in Shelby County. Comment?
The state's top two legislative leaders acknowledged Thursday that some hospitals will be hurt and some may close as a result of Gov. Comment?
March 12, 2013 - Navy Veteran Ken Pfohl listens to members of a fundraising team that is seeking to get a second veteran's home in West Tennessee. Comment?
Mayors Mark Luttrell and A C Wharton asked Shelby County's state legislators Wednesday to support several education, health, jobs and anti-crime measures, including continued funding of pre-kindergarten and enhanced penalties for stealing guns and using them in other crimes. Comment?
February 21, 2013 - A truck pulls into the vehicle inspection station on Washington. Comment?
It isn't every day that Shelby County Commissioner Terry Roland and I agree on issues of public policy. Comment?
The last five college students among a dozen cited in connection with an alcohol enema incident at the University of Tennessee arrived with their attorney Thursday ready to contest the charges in Knoxville City Court. Comment?
Jan 17, 2013 - Ann Chester , Community Affairs Director for Carrier Corp., talks with Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell during one of Luttrell's monthly "Meet the Mayor" sessions. Comment?
Memphis City Council eliminated funding for mandated emissions testing and suggested that Shelby County should be responsible. Comment?
An often divided Shelby County Commission drew closer Wednesday as most members criticized the $4.5 million to $6.5 million settlement agreement reached between Juvenile Court and the U.S. Department of Justice without a vote from the commission. Comment?
The University of Memphis will present the Authur S. Holmon Lifetime Achievement Award to Cato Johnson during the opening reception for Black History Month. Comment?
Three national experts - from New Jersey, Florida and Michigan - will monitor the progress of the federally-mandated overhaul at Memphis' youth court and youth jail. Comment?
A committee exploring incentives the city offers companies to relocate or stay in Memphis wants to make the negotiation process more open to the public. Comment?
Memphis and Shelby County businesses can now take advantage of a new program from financial nonprofit Pathway Lending that makes available $10 million for loans to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Comment?