Memphis, TN – The digital world is something that many take for granted, except when counting votes. Super Tuesday is putting it to the test. The polls closed at 7, but in Shelby County, people had to wait longer than expected. Pat Walters reports.
Oxford, MS – Whose water is it, anyway? Seems to be at crux of the water dispute between the state Mississippi and MLGW and the City of Memphis. A federal district judge dismissed the water lawsuit against MLGW and Memphis today, saying that it's an issue between states.
At issue is the crystal clear water that Memphians have relished since 1880. Memphis pulls its water from the Mississippi Embayment, an underground system of aquifers that stretch from Illinois to the Gulf of Mexico.
Memphis – Shelby County residents have long relished the pure, sparkling water that is drawn from deep below the earth's surface. Today, the water dispute between Mississippi and Memphis, Light, Gas and Water and City of Memphis goes to trial in Oxford, Mississippi.
Memphis, TN – Parts of what we now know as North Parkway was once commonly referred to as "the Speedway." It measured one exact mile, stretching between the streets of Stonewall and University, separating the two drives of Nor Parkway with a 50-foot wide strip. Building began in January of 1905...
Memphis, TN – Fifty years ago a guy named Arthur Meyerhoff was issued the first patent for a non-stick cooking spray. As a product of Arthur Meyerhoff, naturally he named it PAM. And PAM is right up there today with Tabasco, Morton's Salt and Heinz Catsup as one of the most ubiquitous brands in American kitchens.