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  • Owls assured of four TV games in 2011

    Florida Atlantic is assured at least four TV games this fall, and possibly more, depending if the Owls are in contention late in the season. The Sun Belt released its TV schedule Monday as part of Media Days. FAU's Sept. 10 game at Michigan State will...
  • New concerts! Sade and John Legend in Norfolk, Jason Mraz in Portsmouth

    New concerts! Sade and John Legend in Norfolk, Jason Mraz in Portsmouth
    With the summer concert season in full swing, we're still learning about new local shows. Today's big news is that Sade and John Legend are set to visit Scope in Norfolk on Sept. 12. Sade, the singer whose soft-and-sultry style represents an artful brand...
  • Teen Apologizes For Beating Elderly Couple to Death With Bat

    Teen Apologizes For Beating Elderly Couple to Death With Bat
    MUNFORD, Tenn. -- A 16-year old boy will be tried as an adult in the beating deaths of an elderly couple. As he was led out of the jail in handcuffs, 16-year-old Jacob Brown - known as Paco to his friends - only had one thing to say: 'I'm sorry.'...
  • Memphis' soul was always there

    COSTA MESA — To Costa Mesa native Dan Bradley, it wasn't a question of if he would open Memphis Café, but when. A UCLA graduate and former club promoter, Bradley, 44, knew he wanted to open the restaurant in his hometown. A marketing executive...
  • York County Auction House raises money for St. Jude's Children's Hospital

    York County Auction House raises money for St. Jude's Children's Hospital
    Wehrly's Auction Service in Glen Rock, York County held a special benefit auction on Tuesday night. By the end of the sale, $9,350.00 was raised; every dollar will be donated to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. The hospital is based in Memphis,...
  • For Mother's Day, a little creative help

    Today is Mother's Day, and millions of kids across the country will spend time celebrating that irreplaceable figure in their lives. Many of these mothers, despite surmounting challenges, manage to support and serve as the backbone of their families....
  • River Flooding Begins To "Wrap Arms" Around Memphis

    River Flooding Begins To "Wrap Arms" Around Memphis
    Memphis area residents were warned on Saturday that the Mississippi River was gradually starting to "wrap its arms" around the city and rise to record levels as flooding moves south. "It's a pretty day here, and people get a false sense of security,"...
  • Obama not coming to Bridgeport High

    Obama not coming to Bridgeport High
    President Obama will not be coming Bridgeport High School for graduation, the White House announced Tuesday. The president will instead visit Booker T. Washington High School in Memphis Tennessee.  The Tennessee school is the winner to the 2011 Race...
  • Memphis Blues

    Memphis Blues
    As flood-waters continue to rise, the threat of disaster is becoming more real for residents across Tennessee. The mighty Mississippi river is expected to reach it's highest level in over 70-years! Evacuation is not mandatory just yet, but warnings have...
  • President won't speak at High Tech High

    President won't speak at High Tech High
    SAN DIEGO -- A San Diego high school that was one of three finalists in a competition for a commencement speech by President Barack Obama will not receive a presidential visit, the White House announced Tuesday. Instead, High Tech High International,...
  • Teenager Shot in Buttocks Over Baggy Pants

    Teenager Shot in Buttocks Over Baggy Pants
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Police say a 45-year-old Memphis man angry over two teens' sagging pants shot one in the buttocks during an argument. He faces aggravated assault charges. The boys were walking through a southeast Memphis neighborhood when Kenneth E....