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Family, Friends Mourn Woman Killed in Midtown Shooting

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Those living in one Midtown neighborhood hope police find who is responsible for killing a 27-year-old woman who was found shot to death in her car. Family and friends are mourning the loss of Mallory Morgan after her life was taken too soon. When officers showed up at the Tuscany Midtown Place Apartments off Poplar… Read More


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Mother says she wasn’t told her son was killed in accident

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A mother says she called several area hospitals looking for her 37-year-old son before learning he had been hit and killed by a driver in Raleigh. Terrance Parker’s mother said she hasn’t been able to see his body and was never notified when it was taken to the medical examiner’s office. (Mentions WTRFC)


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New scholarships aim to help local artists, designers

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It’s not hard to spot the signs of change in Memphis. From the massive overhaul at Liberty Park and recent renovations at the airport, the city is building toward a brighter future. And there’s a new push to get local students interested in architecture, graphic design, and other fields closely tied to the construction industry.… Read More


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UTHSC to offer vaccine education in rural counties with help of $377,000 donation

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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Nursing will offer education on the COVID vaccine to residents in rural counties after a donation from the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability. UTHSC College of Nursing received $377,000 from TCAD to assist in traveling within six counties in West Tennessee- Dyer, Lake, Tipton, Lauderdale,… Read More


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Health Department to Continue Providing vaccinations at the Pipkin Building

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The Shelby County Health Department is working with the UT Health Science Center to provide COVID-19 vaccinations at the Pipkin Building until December 15. The vaccination site is located at 940 Early Maxwell Boulevard and provides all doses of the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson vaccines for adults and children aged 12 and older.


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Health department to continue providing vaccinations at the Pipkin Building

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The Shelby County Health Department is working with the UT Health Science Center to provide COVID-19 vaccinations at the Pipkin Building until December 31.


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Memphis Art Installation Could Save Lives

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A outdoor public art installation in the medical district is creating a powerful visual image of the number of pedestrians killed on the streets of Memphis last year. Local artist Colin Kidder created the artwork called ‘Naming”. The 3D art is made of colorful crosswalk cutouts and represents the 69 people who died in pedestrian accidents.


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UT Health Sciences Launches Health Hub

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Providing better access to healthcare while getting the tools and the support to live a healthier life can be found all in one place here in the Mid-South. The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center has just opened a health hub in Memphis’ Uptown neighborhood. It’s on North Second Street and will offer one stop… Read More