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SLIDESHOW: Scenes from a beautiful day at Africa In April 2024 in Downtown Memphis

SLIDESHOW: Scenes from a beautiful day at Africa In Apr...

Africa in April 2024 took place recently in Downtown Memphis and our photographe...

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What people are saying in wake of Orange Mound Block Party Shooting

What people are saying in wake of Orange Mound Block Pa...

Nine people shot. Two dead. Those are among the latest casualties in Memphis’ on...

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Deadline approaching for Philanthropic Black Women of Memphis $5K grants for local nonprofits

Deadline approaching for Philanthropic Black Women of M...

The Philanthropic Black Women of Memphis (PBWM) announced Thursday that it is of...

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EDGE pledges $250K for improvements to help Memphis businesses deter crime

EDGE pledges $250K for improvements to help Memphis bus...

In an effort to fight crime, the Economic Development Growth Engine Board recent...

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Bill to let some teachers and school employees carry guns heads to Tennessee governor’s desk, despite protests

Bill to let some teachers and school employees carry gu...

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WEATHERS: Gifted elementary-age kids need a community and school system that supports them too

WEATHERS: Gifted elementary-age kids need a community a...

Gifted and talented elementary students are a remarkable group of young individu...

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Memphis City Council moves forward with plans for police foundation

Memphis City Council moves forward with plans for polic...

Memphis City Council members voted 10-0 to hire a consultant to layout a propose...

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COMMENTARY: WE ALL BE Remembering Fort Pillow, 160 Years Later

COMMENTARY: WE ALL BE Remembering Fort Pillow, 160 Year...

By Ronald C. Herd II, Special to The Tri-State Defender “Remember Fort Pillow!” ...

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Mayor Young pitches $834M budget (and tax increase) during City Council meeting

Mayor Young pitches $834M budget (and tax increase) dur...

City of Memphis Mayor Paul Young sketched out an abbreviated version of his prop...

Civil Rights Museum’s ‘The Resilience’ Symposium tackles police violence and the pain left in its wake

Civil Rights Museum’s ‘The Resilience’ Symposium tackle...

The National Civil Rights Museum’s final event in a thought-provoking series, “T...

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