VOL. 125 | NO. 135 | Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Chief Deputy Sheriff Bill Oldham has resigned from the department’s number two position following a complaint alleging his candidacy violates the Hatch Act.
Jim’s Place East – a Memphis tradition since its founding nearly 90 years ago – is opening a location at Poplar Avenue and Perkins Road, having signed a 10-year lease for the 5,900-square-foot space that recently housed Harold’s women’s boutique.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. has referred to The Pyramid plans as “The Gateway,” the new city name for a project that ties together other recent residential and commercial breakthroughs that stretch from the riverfront to the medical center.
The lease was signed at City Hall two weeks ago but the negotiations are not done between the city of Memphis and Bass Pro Shops.
Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen has commuted the death sentence of Gaile Owens in a Bartlett murder-for-hire case.
Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton says a presidential endorsement of Democratic Congressman Steve Cohen shows how desperate the Cohen campaign is.
The success of the Vesta Designer Home Showcase, which ended earlier this month, can be measured in the number of tickets sold – 13,600.
Memphis Police got new written orders last week that gives them broader discretion in dealing with juveniles.
More foreclosures have piled up against developer and homebuilder David Miller, who filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in May.
A U.S. House Judiciary Committee subcommittee is holding a field briefing in Memphis Monday on “Home Foreclosures in Memphis” at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law Downtown.
Sara White, the widow of NFL Hall of Famer Reggie White, has raised her stake in a Mid-South sleep company and put her husband’s name on the enterprise.
Dr. Autry Parker has joined the pain management team at Semmes-Murphey Neurologic & Spine Institute. Parker is a board certified, fellowship trained anesthesiologist, specializing in the treatment of severe and chronic pain.
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MEMPHIS (AP) — International Paper Co. on Tuesday declared a third-quarter dividend of 12.5 cents per share.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A national group called the American Future Fund is spending up to $250,000 on television ads hammering Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Haslam for price gouging cases brought against a family-owned Pilot chain of truck stops.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Bill Haslam may be lapping the Republican gubernatorial field in fundraising, but that's not stopping him from pouring in some of his own personal wealth.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal deficit has topped $1 trillion with three months still to go in the budget year, showing the lasting impact of the recession on the government's finances.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Investors are showing a bigger appetite to fund a range of securities, an encouraging sign that credit conditions are improving.
NEW YORK (AP) — The bank industry's earnings winning streak may be over.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The trade deficit rose in May to an 18-month peak as rising imports offset another solid gain in U.S. exports. The surge in imports was a hopeful sign for the economic recovery because it suggested businesses are optimistic that U.S. consumers will spend more in coming months.
NEW YORK (AP) — A federal appeals court on Tuesday tossed out a government policy that can lead to broadcasters being fined for allowing even a single curse word on live television, concluding that the rule was unconstitutionally vague and had a chilling effect on broadcasters.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Tuesday secured the 60 votes he needs in the Senate to pass a sweeping overhaul of financial regulations, all but ensuring that he soon will sign into law one of the top initiatives of his presidency.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama nominated Deputy Secretary of State Jacob Lew to serve as director of the Office of Management and Budget Tuesday, charging him with putting the nation on a fiscally responsible path.