VOL. 123 | NO. 70 | Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Civil court filings in the first three months of 2008 were down from first quarter 2007.
When a person picks a popcorn hull from their teeth it typically leads to better feeling gums. Remove a 15-inch metal rod from the lower leg, however, and the pain does not go away.
Kimberley Fullwood has joined inferno as strategic operations director.
Point guard Derrick Rose, flanked by forwards Joey Dorsey and Robert Dozier, and coach John Calipari, thanks fans gathered at Wilson Air Center to welcome the Memphis Tigers home after their loss to Kansas in the NCAA Men's Tournament final.
After a baker's dozen public hearings and several three-hour committee sessions, proposed changes to Shelby County government's charter are on their way to votes by the Shelby County Board of Commissioners.
A large and potentially painful round of layoffs is on the horizon for Shelby County government.
Change is in the works for one of Downtown's most noted eateries, but owners are hoping for a virtually unnoticeable transition. McEwen's On Monroe, whose accolades have caught the attention of national media, will be sold to a new owner May 1.
The Ardent record label in Memphis has made history. More than 40 years of it, to be exact.
Dennis Churchwell, the former landlord of former Memphis City Council member Edmund Ford Sr., is scheduled to plead guilty today to perjury charges in Memphis federal court.