VOL. 125 | NO. 130 | Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Target Corp. wants more of its Memphis-area customers to be able to add beer and additional grocery items to shopping lists that already include the chain’s home accessories and latest fashions.
As Bluff City officials continue to push the aerotropolis effort, the Airways Lamar Business Association is doing its part to improve the area just north of Memphis International Airport.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is a step closer to receiving final Mississippi State Department of Health approval to build a $137 million hospital in Olive Branch.
Memphis City Council members rejected a plan by the Wharton administration Tuesday to cap tuition reimbursement for city employees at $1,400 per worker.
Two days after his administration brought in a lease agreement with Bass Pro Shops for The Pyramid, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. went public with a City Hall scandal.
Tish Towns has just finished her first year at one of the most challenging jobs in the city – spearheading the effort to secure funding for The Regional Medical Center at Memphis.
Arthur Yeates has joined Askew Hargraves Harcourt & Associates Inc. (A2H) as an architectural project manager.
Over the weekend, families considered what it means to be American. America has long presented herself as the Promised Land, full of opportunity and self-reliance.
MEMPHIS (AP) — A judge in the case of a Memphis man accused of killing six people will not allow a videotaped confession that aired on the crime reality show "First 48" to be used at trial.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Jury selection began Tuesday in the trial of a Pope County doctor charged in a bombing outside the West Memphis home of the state medical board chairman, a federal case that's expected to last at least a month.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Twenty Tea Party groups across Tennessee have endorsed Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey for governor.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Local taxpayers in Nashville will largely be off the hook for the costs of repairing public facilities damaged by severe flooding in May.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Scores on standardized tests taken by Arkansas students show some improvement in math but a decline in biology.
NEW YORK (AP) — Financial shares are pulling the stock market higher after a second-quarter profit forecast from State Street Corp. topped analysts' expectations.
NEW YORK (AP) – The service sector grew more slowly in June, an industry trade group said Tuesday, offering the latest sign that the economic recovery is weakening as the second half of the year begins.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (AP) – Sam’s Club said Tuesday it will offer loans of up to $25,000 to its small business members.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — An oil spill that was previously a problem for coastal Louisiana was trickling deeper inland Tuesday and toward the shores of New Orleans.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Buy those Forever stamps now. The cost of mailing a letter is going up again.
NEW YORK (AP) — Oil prices reversed course and fell Tuesday, as a morning stock market rally fizzled after an economic report predicted slowing growth in the U.S. economy.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is proposing new rules to tighten restrictions on pollution from coal-burning power plants in the eastern half of the country, a key step to cut emissions that cause smog.