Weirich's defeat in a "red state" is a resounding victory for people advocating a criminal justice reform agenda.

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A Black Tennessee-based couple opened a grocery store to combat food insecurity in South Memphis.


Pam “P” Moses, of Memphis, Tennessee, was sentenced to six years in prison Monday after she was convicted in November for registering to vote while ineligible to do so.

According to WREG, as of Nov. 8, there have been 268 homicides in Memphis which is outpacing the cities record-breaking murder count from 2020


There was a growing number of social media reports linking the shooting death of rapper Young Dolph in Memphis to rap beef with rival local rapper Yo Gotti as the city mourned the loss of a talented, popular and successful member of its community.

According to the CBP, there were 2.85 kilos of fentanyl hidden in wooden boxes, enough to potentially kill hundreds of thousands of people.

On Tuesday, a judge ruled that video of Alvin Motley's shooting by Memphis Kroker Security guard Gregory Livingston will not be made available to the public or to Motley's family until after Livingston's preliminary hearing.

The shooting death of Alvin Motley, an unarmed Black man killed by security guard at a gas station in Memphis, is the latest victim in an apparently growing trend of deadly disputes over loud music.

NewsOne spoke with National Civil Rights Museum President Terri Freeman about the institution's dedication to preserving King's work through programming, the role Memphis plays in his incredible journey and what he may have thought about the current social justice climate in today's society.

Rarely seen photos of Martin Luther King Jr. throughout the years of his noteworthy, incredible life.

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LeMoyne-Owen College—the only HBCU in Memphis—has received a $40 million endowment.


The incidents come amidst a week of controversy.