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Sprains, broken bones, even prescription refills: The Affordable Care Act and Healthcare Marketplace was supposed to keep "non-emergencies" from flooding emergency departments; Methodist North E.D. staff says 75-percent of their patients are still "non-emergencies."
A local criminal court judge steps in to stop a violent domestic assault happening right in front of her, risking her own life in the process.
If Shelby County has a $3 million surplus again next year; it will also go through the county commission again for approval. More>>
Terron Derell Kinnie, age 29, was mistakenly released from the J. Alexander Leech Criminal Justice Complex/Jail.
The Crittenden Regional Hospital labor and delivery rooms will reopen today after a previous fire shut down the hospital for nearly a month.
On the first full day that all early voting locations opened there may be a problem emerging.
A proposed rezoning for warehouses east of Olive Branch is drawing protest from those who live in neighborhoods near the proposed warehouses. More>>
A business owner is dead after an attempted armed robbery, and now two of the three suspects arrested in connection with 56-year-old Kent Smith's murder headed to court today for their first appearance.
Some have deemed a radio campaign ad for 9th District Congressman Steve Cohen as racially insensitive.
FOX13's Sarah Bleau is at the Shelby County Commission Meeting. Watch FOX13 News at 5 9 for updates. Click here to leave a comment on our Facebook page Click here to comment on our Twitter More>>
The Dizzy Dean Baseball World Series is underway at Snowden Grove Park in Southaven. If you think this is just a little get together of a couple teams of 9 year old base ball players, think again! Major competitors are in town from all over the southeastern United States for the Dizzy Dean Baseball World Series and it’s a big deal. The teams range in age from 8 years old to 18 years old. They are playing on fields that kids from my little league days only dreamed about. Snowden Grove Park has... More>>
Dedric Lawson is a consensus top 10 prospect in the class of 2016. Highest rated recruit to commit to Memphis in years. More>>
Police in Holly Springs, Mississippi are searching for the person they say shot three people in the parking lot of a gas station.
It's time to save money on purchases like clothing, school and art supplies, computers and more.
American Health Packaging (Columbus, OH) has voluntarily recalled Lot #142588, Expiration Date, 01/2016 of Ibuprofen Tablets, USP, 600 mg, in a hospital unit dose presentation that may contain individual blistered doses labeled as Oxcarbazepine Tablets, 300 mg, lot #142544.
A family from Greensboro, Ga is reaching out to the community to help find a kidney donor. More>>
75 people are homeless this morning following a meth lab explosion in Madison, Tennessee. More>>
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Election season is in full swing and this morning early voting starts across the city.
Four prison guards have been suspended following a prison fight in Mississippi.
James McClenton is charged with statutory rape and aggravated rape of a child.
The Oxford School District is issuing laptops to every high school and middle school student this fall. More>>
The Holly Springs mansion that became a popular Elvis Presley museum will reopen to the public during Elvis Presley week with a memorial for owner Paul MacLeod. More>>
A Memphis man is now facing charges after police say he left three children inside an apartment that caught fire. Jesse Townsend, III is now charged with aggravated child abuse and child neglect and child endangerment.
A report shows more than 8 million people visited Tennessee's national parks last year, spending $530 million in the process.
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Police have arrested three men in connection with the Saturday death of 56-year old Kent Smith. Smith was opening up his liquor store at Winchester and Perkins in southeast Memphis when a man came in and tried to rob the store.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested and charged a man accused in connection to an early-morning homicide. More>>
Three men are now charged in connection with the death of liquor store owner Kent Smith. One is charged with first-degree murder, the other two are charged as being accessories after police say, the two men drove the shooter away from the store. More>>
Actor James Garner was found dead of natural causes in his California home. He was 86.
The Obama administration on Sunday turned up the heat on Russia for its support of Ukrainian separatists accused by the United States and others of shooting down a Malaysian passenger plane. More>>
Arkansas Republicans have voted to oppose a ballot measure that would loosen the state's term limits and tighten state ethics laws. More>>
Hundreds of voters jumped out of the gate Friday to take advantage of the first day of early voting for the Aug. 7 countywide elections. Despite the fact that only one voting precinct was open at the downtown election commission the long line indicated the 10-day period could be a precursor to strong turnouts leading up to election day.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - An angry Dutch prime minister says he has had an "extremely intense" telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he urged him to "show the world he intends to help" in the investigation into the Ukraine air disaster. More>>
A few weeks before their prom king's death, students at an Ohio high school had attended an assembly on narcotics that warned about the dangers of heroin and prescription painkillers. But it was one of the world's most widely accepted drugs that killed Logan Stiner - a powdered form of caffeine so potent that as little as a single teaspoon can be fatal.
The rate of HIV infections diagnosed in the United States each year fell by one-third over the past decade, a government study finds. Experts celebrated it as hopeful news that the AIDS epidemic may be slowing in the U.S. More>>
Several buses crashed Saturday on a German highway near the eastern city of Dresden, leaving nine people dead and 43 injured, police said. More>>
A U.S. drone fired several missiles at a sprawling compound in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan on Saturday, killing eleven militants, two Pakistani intelligence officials said. More>>
World leaders demanded Friday that pro-Russia rebels who control the eastern Ukraine crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 give immediate, unfettered access to independent investigators to determine who shot down the... More>>
Some of the biggest names in Gospel came together Friday evening in a "Celebration Of The Arts" to pay tribute to beloved Memphis minister of music, Dr. Leo Davis, Jr. More>>
Friday afternoon in East Memphis members of the Middle East community held a rally at the corner of Highland and Poplar to attention the conflict in the Gaza Strip.
A string of shootings at a local community center is prompting church leaders to push forward to stop the violence. An 11-year-old boy is fighting for his life, still in critical condition at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital after being shot at the Westwood Community Center Thursday night. This is the third shooting involving teens there in the last two years. More>>
The Memphis Police Department racked up more than $500,000 worth of overtime during the first half of July, according to information FOX13 News obtained from the City of Memphis legal department. More>>
For the third time Republican congressional candidate Charlotte Bergmann is hoping former presidential candidate Alan Keyes' name and political influence will help her win the 9th Congressional District seat in November. More>>
Three children under the age of 6 home alone in a Southeast Memphis apartment escaped harm after a fire was reported Friday afternoon, fire officials said.
Over the last five years, her case has become the criminal justice equivalent of a soap opera bearing the title "What to do about Melodia Dunn?" More>>
The southbound lanes of Highway 51 near the intersection of North Watkins in Frayser were reopened Friday afternoon after a car ran off the overpass into the Loosahatchie River below. The driver was killed. More>>
While we still may see a few light showers tonight and tomorrow morning, the worst is in the rear view mirror. More>>
Fellow Army veteran Jerome Hardaway has created an online fundraising page to make sure Pvt. Justin Davis, who was fatally shot by three Germantown Police officers, receives a proper burial.
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Memphis Police say they have a suspect in custody after a child was shot in the head Thursday afternoon near a community center basketball court. More>>
The City of Memphis will hold a community meeting on July 29 at Beale Street Landing from 6-7:30 p.m. related to the recent changes made to Riverside Drive. More>>
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers to avoid pure powdered caffeine sold on the Internet after the death of an Ohio teen.
Memphis Fire spokesman Lt. Wayne Cooke said 314 have applied to be Memphis Fire recruits over a 48-hour period since the fire department started accepting online applications July 15. More>>
A Florida dad who told police he walked in on a man sexually abusing his child, left the suspect motionless and bleeding Friday morning on the living room floor, police said. More>>
State officials say Arkansas' unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest rate in more than five years. More>>
Mississippi registered the worst jobless rate in the nation in June, as unemployment rose in the state while improving elsewhere. The jobless rate rose to 7.9 percent in June as the number of jobless Mississippians rose back above 100,000. More>>
The Mississippi Supreme Court has upheld a state judge's order that lets the city of Oxford annex the site of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi's new hospital.
In 2009, Melodia Dunn plead guilty to charges of reckless homicide after she left her two toddlers alone at home and they died in a fire. More>>
An overnight shooting at an East Memphis apartment complex sends one to the Regional One in critical condition.
The Tennessee Department of Health is seeking public input on the State Health Plan.
A Starbucks worker in Michigan says her heart tattoo on her hand was okay when she was hired, but now years later its become a deal breaker for her corporate bosses.
Officials say an Iraq war veteran who was fatally shot by Germantown Police Tuesday evening at Cameron Brown Park on Farmington Boulevard had sought care at the Memphis VA Medical Center. More>>
For most of us our homes are our safe haven, but in some parts of the Mid-South that's not the case. A secure home, free from the adverse forces of the outside world, just doesn't exist. A prime example earlier this year inside the Abington Apartment complex in Raleigh, four women were sexually assaulted within a matter of days.
A Memphis Police City Watch Alert was issued Thursday evening for 12-year-old Sean Barr, who ran away from home in an unknown direction. He was last seen around 7 p.m. in the 5400 block of Neely Road. More>>
Martavius Jones, who lost by 26 votes in the Shelby County Commission District 10 primary race in May, would like an investigation into the Shelby County Election Commission. More>>
Federal authorities on Thursday charged FedEx with assisting illegal pharmacies by knowingly delivering painkillers and other dangerous drugs to customers without prescriptions.
Memphis can be a tough city, that's for sure. Especially when it comes to getting around. A recent study from the advocacy group Smart Growth America says Memphis ranks in the top five as most dangerous for pedestrians.
Silicon Valley should watch out for “Bluff Valley:” Memphis was named one of the top ten places for startups by a recent NerdWallet study. More>>
Democratic congressional candidate Ricky Wilkins, who is challenging Congrssman Wteve Cohen (D-9th District) of Memphis, revealed a fresh round of endorsements Thursday from both current and former elected officials. More>>
A new federal earthquake map dials up the shaking hazard just a bit for about one-third of the United States and lowers it for one-tenth. More>>
Memphis Police Organized Crime Unit detectives seized property at two locations in North Memphis Thursday afternoon. More>>
Fifty volunteers from Home Depot rolled up their sleeves Thursday at the American Legion Post on Summer Avenue. The volunteers painted walls and concrete floors, upgraded the kitchen, replaced several ceiling tiles, and even built a handicapped ramp. More>>
A Malaysia Airlines passenger plane carrying 295 people was shot down over war-torn eastern Ukraine on Thursday, Ukrainian officials said, and both the government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any responsibility for downing the aircraft. More>>
Paul McLeod, the owner of Graceland Too, a private Elvis Presley museum in Holly Springs, Miss., was found dead early Thursday morning two days after police say he shot and killed a man. More>>
An Aug. 8 trial date was set in the case against Galilee Memorial Gardens Cemetery owner Jemar Lambert, accused of several crimes in connection with Bartlett cemetery. More>>
Crittenden Regional Hospital, which has been closed since June 6 after a fire on the second floor of the hospital, will re-open in stages starting Friday, July 18, hospital CEO Gene Cashman said.
The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled Thursday that circuit clerks must redact voters' birthdates before poll books are open for public inspection. More>>
Three Lowe’s employees came to the rescue of a U.S. veteran in Staten Island. More>>
Millington City leaders have approved the appointment of a new police chief to replace interim chief, Rita Stanbeck.
A three-year federal investigation into groups of suburban white teens crossing into Mississippi's capital city to attack blacks has grown to 10 indictments and six convictions.
Authorities say no foul play was involved in the drowning of a man at the YMCA in Jackson. Jackson police and the Madison County Medical Examiner's Office investigated the drowning of 49-year-old Wayne Dillard on Wednesday. More>>
A man and a woman were arrested without incident by Shelby County Sheriff Area Law Enforcement Retailers Team detectives on Thursday after the pair were observed driving away from a store with a big screen TV hanging out of the trunk. More>>
Tennessee has hired Jeff Jarnigan as Neyland Stadium's public address announcer following the April death of Bobby Denton, who filled that role for the last 48 years. More>>
Eddie Lee Harris, 30, was indicted Thursday by a Shelby County grand jury on two counts of first degree murder stemming from a double homicide in February at an apartment complex in Frayser, District Attorney General Amy Weirich said. More>>
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