Cindy Wolff

Recent Articles

  • Thousands Of Tennesseans May Qualify For Medicaid

    Posted on: 5:49 pm, November 15, 2013, by and

    The state doesn't know how many Tennesseans have applied for Medicaid since Obamacare registration only opened last month.
    Read More ›

  • Dreams, Hopes, Wishes Welcomed On Chalkboard In Midtown

    Posted on: 6:55 pm, November 8, 2013, by and

    "Before I Die" is an international project, started two years ago with chalkboards in more than 40 countries.
    Read More ›

  • Lost Evidence Means No Justice For Rape Victims

    Posted on: 4:45 pm, November 6, 2013, by and , updated on: 10:34pm, November 7, 2013

    Biological evidence collected from thousands rape victims for DNA tests sat untouched for years, and some of it was lost.
    Read More ›

  • Lawsuit Leaves Questions About Germantown School Board Candidate

    Posted on: 6:25 pm, October 29, 2013, by

    People we talked to in Germantown wonder if it was a good decision for Paige Michael to run for school board with the ongoing lawsuit.
    Read More ›

  • Base Lock-Down Leaves Family Members On High Alert

    Posted on: 6:19 pm, October 25, 2013, by and , updated on: 06:23pm, October 25, 2013

    For an hour, the Millington Naval Base was on lock-down while authorities searched for the shooter we now know was Amos Patton.
    Read More ›

    Millington, TN
  • Mayor Wharton Issues Executive Order Regarding Rape Kit Testing

    Posted on: 5:38 pm, October 21, 2013, by and

    (Memphis) After years of leaving crucial DNA evidence gathered from rape victims on a shelf, Mayor A C Wharton now...
    Read More ›

  • Crosstown Developers Close To Financial Goal, Need City To Pony Up $15 Million

    Posted on: 6:24 pm, October 4, 2013, by and

    (Memphis) Every day bus riders gathers in front of the old Sears Crosstown at Cleveland and East Parkway. “I see...
    Read More ›

  • Health Officials Advise Getting Flu Shots Early

    Posted on: 5:40 pm, September 27, 2013, by and , updated on: 05:41pm, September 27, 2013

    Health departments usually start the flu shot campaigns in November, but earlier vaccinations may mean fewer cases of flu.
    Read More ›

  • Vote Could Decide If Wine May Be Sold In Grocery Stores

    Posted on: 6:35 pm, September 26, 2013, by and

    The vote could set off a chain of changes in state and local laws that control liquor stores
    Read More ›

  • Electronic Cigarettes Face State DAs Who Want Strong Federal Regulations

    Posted on: 6:25 pm, September 25, 2013, by and

    With flavors like cotton candy, root beer, and cinnamon red hot, lawmakers are worried the trendy E-cigs are luring teens to smoke.
    Read More ›

  • Banned Books Weeks Kicks Off

    Posted on: 10:41 am, September 23, 2013, by , and , updated on: 05:42pm, September 23, 2013

    More than 11,300 books have been challenged in libraries and schools since 1982
    Read More ›

    school books
  • 428 Jobs Coming To World’s Biggest Ice Cream Plant In Covington

    Posted on: 2:54 pm, September 19, 2013, by and , updated on: 06:27pm, September 19, 2013

    The average job will pay $19 hour
    Read More ›