Since the Spring of 2021, Americans have been quitting their jobs in record numbers. Some because they didn’t have childcare in the middle of the pandemic, and others because of mistreatment by employers and customers. But, most have been looking for, and finding, better-paying jobs with better benefits.
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We wanted to ask if MPD, which now has a female police chief, had any intelligence on or strategies to deal with the growing incel community. We never heard back.
On Wednesday, FOX13's Ernie Freeman takes a look at what happened after the police department decided to put the brakes on enforcing traffic violators in the city.
Once someone “steals” your house, the burden is on you to “take it back” through the court system.
Memphis-Shelby County Schools will spend close to $13 million on safety and security this year, plus additional Safe Act grant money to help keep school campuses safe.
Your child could be a victim of bullying in school and you have no idea the torment they’re dealing with.
After a record-breaking year for homicides in 2020, Memphis is on pace to set a new record for deadly gun violence and with youth violence at an all-time high, Memphians are understandably worried if it will ever get better.
Paying the bills can make it seem like you just can’t get ahead and, depending on your income bracket, it can be more than just a feeling.