VOL. 124 | NO. 175 | Monday, September 7, 2009
Terms Herenton Legal Fees "Tip of the Iceberg"
Memphis Mayor Pro Tempore Myron Lowery said Saturday that it will be up to the City Council to resurrect the issue of firing City Attorney Elbert Jefferson.
Organization looks at future transportation, land-use needs
Imagine what the region will look like in 25 years. Where will the population growth occur? What areas will experience the most economic development? And how will transportation play a role in connecting people and businesses with each other and with the rest of the country and world?
This story is just one of hundreds of news stories and blog entries that have been written almost daily about the Stanford Financial Group investment scandal.
Kelly Dobbins knew she had to change the way she did business last winter when customers of Mid-South Drug Testing Services began scaling back. But that didn’t mean she developed a hunker-down mentality.
A cottonmouth slithers through the marsh. A wolf spider clings to a cypress tree. A white heron soars above the bottomland forest.
Are we more than the places our roads take us?
Hugh Fraser is president of the Wolf River Conservancy’s board of directors.
A tap-dancing angel, a Swedish adoption gone wrong, and the makings of a cheerleader are among the subjects of nearly 20 gay and lesbian film debuts scheduled for the 12th annual Outflix Film Festival at the Malco Ridgeway Four.
NEW YORK (AP) – Dollar stores, which now sell everything from beauty products and turtlenecks to peanut butter, soft drinks and ice cream, are increasingly popular and can be rewarding places to shop, but they also can be overwhelming.
With today’s arrival of Labor Day, the holiday is being celebrated by a work force that has changed radically since the same holiday in 2008.
DALLAS (AP), - When kids all across the country return to school Tuesday, some will see a welcoming message from President Barack Obama and some won't.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Interest groups are unleashing a torrent of modern and old-fashioned lobbying tactics at members of Congress returning for the autumn battle over health care, from spending sky-high amounts on TV ads to staging rallies in the capital and perhaps outside insurance company offices.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The Federal Reserve has imposed restrictions on two correspondent banks in Nebraska and Missouri owned by Midwest Independent Bancshares Inc. of Jefferson City, Mo. because of concerns about the banks' exposure to the commercial real estate market.