A Victoria’s Secret store in the Carriage Crossing mall in Collierville, Tenn., has issued an apology and offered a $100 gift card to a customer who was handcuffed and accused of shoplifting Monday after attempting to return an item to have a security tag removed. Instead of simply having the tag removed from her…
The mother of a young woman senselessly gunned down at a Tennessee Waffle House in April accepted her daughter’s posthumous college diploma this weekend.
Newly discovered emails show that law enforcement officials planning the security for a Tennessee college event featuring hate group the Traditionalist Worker Party were much more concerned about the anti-racism counterprotesters than with the now-defunct neo-Nazi organization responsible for deaths and injuries at…
Following the deadly shooting of four people at a Nashville, Tenn., Waffle House early Sunday morning, business owners and lawmakers have tried to find ways to support the victims and survivors of the brutal attack.
James Shaw Jr. is a lot of things, an electrician, a father ... and, as of now, a bonafide hero after he wrestled a gun away from an active shooter at a Tennessee Waffle House, putting an end to the gunman’s massacre.
Police in Tennessee say they are on the hunt for a man named Travis Reinking in the killing of four people at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tenn., early Sunday morning. Authorities say that Reinking, 29, of Illinois, allegedly killed two people outside the restaurant and shot and killed two more, including a cook, inside…
You think you know petty, but do you know Tennessee Legislature petty?
A Memphis, Tenn., store clerk is facing first-degree murder charges after authorities say he fatally shot a 17-year-old black boy he accused of stealing beer from the convenience store.
Getting your hair braided is something I’ve always taken for granted. You grab your bundles (if you want added hair); you go to your favorite salon, family member, friend, friend of a friend or acquaintance; you may or may not drop some coin; and you walk away feeling like a million bucks.
A Tennessee sheriff is being sued for excessive force after he was recorded laughing and boasting about how he told his officers to shoot a man during a slow-speed chase rather than risk damaging police cars attempting to drive him off the road.
Robert Walker, 30, and Echol Cole, 36, woke up on Thursday, Feb. 1, 1968, and went to work for the Memphis (Tenn.) Sanitation Department. They left their families for a long day of collecting garbage with the full expectation of returning home to them. Instead, as their shifts were about to end and heavy rain poured…
A Snapchat video shows the cruel moment when a young boy walked up behind a teenage girl at a Tennessee high school and yanked her wig off her head, causing her pain and humiliation. Now the girl’s mother is standing up and speaking out.
Women’s groups around the country are gathering again this weekend to recognize the anniversary of the Women’s March, a nationwide mass protest that became the largest demonstration in U.S. history.
Updated Friday, January 12 2018, 8:55 AM EST: CNN reports that a pastor who admitted to having a sexual encounter with a teen will be placed on leave.
Investment banking behemoth Morgan Stanley fired former Democratic Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr. on Thursday for what it called “conduct inconsistent with our values” in the latest case of a high-profile man to lose his livelihood for allegedly acting terribly with women in a professional setting.
Students at Haywood High School in Brownsville, Tenn., staged a walkout on Monday after it became public knowledge that black students were the target of racist threats made by other students.
In today’s “What Would Jesus Do?” news, a Tennessee man shot himself in church while trying to advocate for his right to bring guns to church.
Another day, another video leaked of ridiculous behavior in a school. This time, video circulating across the internet shows a student’s hijab being pulled off her head even as she tries to hide her face and readjust it.
A Democratic congressman shouted down a black woman Wednesday after she told a congressional subcommittee that abortion is the “leading cause of death in the black community today.”