VOL. 122 | NO. 114 | Wednesday, June 20, 2007
The Cordova-area retail space formerly home to Kmart is being remodeled to make way for bowling lanes, a mini-golf course, go-kart track, video games, a pizza buffet and more.
Students taking control of their own education might not sound like the wisest decision to some parents. But in a sense, it's a common practice in a number of the nation's leading medical universities.
Sandra Hugueley has been named chief nursing officer for Methodist Extended Care Hospital (MECH). Hugueley joined Methodist in 1996 as a registered nurse and became nurse manager of Medical-Surgical ICU at Methodist North Hospital in 1997. She recently served as corporate director of Interim Administrative Services.
Shelby County Sheriff's deputies have filed a federal lawsuit against their boss, Shelby County Sheriff Mark Luttrell, claiming he has unfairly prevented them from reaching a new labor contract because of their decision to associate with the Teamsters Law Enforcement League.
The Catholic Diocese of Memphis has settled three lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by a priest assigned to minister to the city's Vietnamese Catholic community.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gov. Mike Beebe said Tuesday that the state cannot afford to fund a $25 million trauma care system using general revenue, despite a lawmaker's comments that he may push for an initiated act to do so.