Memphis Mayor to give State of the City Speech Today
Today we'll get an idea of the progress and problems Memphis Mayor A C Wharton's administration faced in 2014.
Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle Film Series Begins at National Civil Rights Museum and Memphis Public ...
Beginning Feb. 5, National Civil Rights Museum and Memphis Public Library will host Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle, a scholar-led film viewing and panel discussion program. This program ...
Memphis-born comedian lands feature movie role
Memphis-born comedian Leslie Jones just landed a spot in a new female Ghostbusters movie.
U of M law students campaign for visit from Today Show's Savannah Guthrie
Law students at the University of Memphis are making a huge social media push to get a Today Show host to visit the Bluff City.
Air Travel Delays Continue At Memphis International
The Memphis International Airport still has airline cancellations due to the blizzard conditions on the east coast. This is turning into a huge inconvenience for those trying to fly out of Memphis.
3 people arrested in connection with Memphis burglaries
Memphis police officers busted three people they believe were breaking into homes and stealing property.
Parents And Leaders Gather To Discuss Educational Options
Celebrating National School Choice Week. Education advocates gathered at Freedom Prep Academy in Southwest Memphis Thursday.
WATCH LIVE: Memphis State of the City address, Le Le the Panda's Super Bowl prediction
WMC Action News 5 is providing two events to watch live at 11 a.m.
SCS approves settlement with City of Memphis
The Shelby County School Board approved a settlement with The City of Memphis, after a six-year lawsuit.
Highlights From Mayor Wharton's State of the City Speech
Memphis city finances and 2014's almost year long fight to change employee healthcare and pension reform were some of Wharton's most talked about points in his state of the city address.