Live at 9: Karl Dean, ballot referendums and Chef Ragan

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The confusing referendums

A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Memphis and the Shelby County Election Commission over wording on the ballot. Save IRV Memphis and several other groups are asking for the ballot to be re-written as it could confuse voters.

University of Memphis Professor Steve Mulroy and Reverend Regina Clarke with First Abyssinian Baptist Church explain.

Governor candidate Karl Dean

The November election is just weeks away and we are sitting down with the candidates before you head to the polls.Karl Dean served as the mayor of Nashville but now he’s taking on Bill Lee in the race for Tennessee governor.

Recycling in Memphis

Recycling can be a complex issue when it comes to what you are allowed to recycle, how you can recycle it and what is just garbage. Dennis Lynch and Marge Davis hope to educate people on what you can recycle and how you should dispose of certain items.

Cooking with Chef Ragan

The cooler temperatures may leave you wanting to change up the meals you’re bringing to the table. Chef Ragan joins us with a recipe that will warm you right up.

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