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Grizzlies controlling owner Robert Pera has promoted Jason Wexler to president of business operations for the team and FedExForum. Pera said in a statement Wednesday that he and Wexler share a clear vision for growing the Grizzlies' organization. He
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that labor unions filed to challenge the 2011 decision by the city of Memphis to cut employees' wages 4.6 percent...Mays on Monday wrote that there's no evidence the mayor promised to fully fund any agreement
Most Memphis residents already know that city officials, citing public safety concerns, imposed cease-and-desist orders against private ride-share companies Uber and Lyft. But city officials were possibly acting in their own interests instead.
The Tennessee Department of Health is seeking public input on the State Health Plan. The plan is required by state law and acts as the health department's guide for protecting, promoting and improving the health of people in Tennessee. It must be
Officials say an Iraq war veteran who was fatally shot by police at a West Tennessee park had sought care at the Memphis VA Medical Center. Police in the Memphis suburb of Germantown say 24-year-old Justin Neil Davis was holding a rifle when he was
Keelon Lawson is the head coach at Hamilton High in Memphis and is the last coach to lead a city school to a state title while going unbeaten in the largest classification. Lawson, who played at UAB and LeMoyne-Owen in college, also spoke to at least
Tenn. The number of Memphis police officers who are calling in sick with the so-called "Blue Flu" is dropping. Memphis Police Department spokeswoman Karen Rudolph said 213 officers were out sick Tuesday, down from a high of 557 reached last week.
The number of Memphis police officers who are calling in sick with the so-called "Blue Flu" is dropping. Memphis Police Department spokeswoman Karen Rudolph said 213 officers were out sick Tuesday, down from a high of 557 reached last week. City
An assortment of health services will be available Saturday in Memphis at a back-to-school family health event...CDT at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Student Alumni Center. Offerings include free dental, vision and blood pressure