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Bike Night on Beale postponed for 2 weeks

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Bike Night on Beale is being postponed after organizers noticed participants not complying with event rules. For the next two weeks, Beale Street goers won’t see the street lined with motorcycles and other toys. Bike Night is set to resume on August 18 with an enforced...
Memphis, TNWREG

State: Two Memphis charities misused funds intended for children

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two Memphis nonprofit companies dedicated to feeding children are accused of misuse of funds meant to feed kids during Summer 2020. The Comptroller’s office audited two companies in Summer 2020, Open Doors Inc. and Alumni Music, Inc. Both companies were recipients of the Summer Food Service Program for Children (SPSP) funds.
Memphis, TNWREG

One critically hurt when overturned vehicle catches fire near Graceland

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis police responded Wednesday morning to an accident on Raines Road and Mickey Drive where a vehicle flipped over and caught fire with passengers still inside. One person was transported to Region One in critical condition. Traffic was blocked on Raines and Graceland as police investigated. There...
Memphis, TNGolf Digest

This European Tour pro is making the most of Memphis comfort food

After a wild weekend in Tokyo, the golf world has converged on Memphis, Tennessee for the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational. There, at TPC Southwind, pros from all over the globe have gathered to tune up for the FedEx Cup Playoffs, marvel at Xander Schauffele’s shiny new gold medal, and, of course, eat. And when we say eat, we mean EAT. Just ask Australian native Min Woo Lee, who embraced southern comfort food with open arms and a big appetite this week and lived to tell the tale. Go on, mate.
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Marion schools superintendent calls for change to Arkansas mask ban

MARION, Ark. (WMC) - Marion School District Superintendent Glen Fenter is calling on Arkansas lawmakers to make changes to its laws regarding mask mandates. This comes on the heels of 18 positive COVID-19 cases within the district among students and staff leaving over 400 students in quarantine within the first few days of the new school year.