Guns in parking lots bill, American Queen arrival, and more

This week (April 27), the panel discusses the pressure on Tennessee lawmakers to pass the guns in parking lots bills and the arrival of The American Queen. Plus, are airport fares in Memphis causing a drag on economic development?

Guns in parking lots, Wharton’s 47-cent tax request, and more

This week (April 20), the panel discusses the guns in parking lots bills, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton’s request for a 47-cent one-time property tax to cover the cost of court-ordered school funding, and Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong’s first year on the job.

Cash considers Charlotte job, evolution bill becomes law, and more

This week (April 13), the Behind the Headlines panel discusses Memphis City Schools Superintendent Kriner Cash’s job possibility in Charlotte, North Carolina. Plus, the evolution bill becomes law without Governor Haslam’s signature, and the fate of the municipal schools bill may lie with a Federal Judge.

Pinnacle Airlines’ bankruptcy, constitutionality of muni school bills

This week (April 6), the Behind the Headlines panel discusses Pinnacle Airlines’ bankruptcy petition. Plus, the State Legislature wonders about the constitutionality of municipal school bills.

How To: Downloading Custom Lists

Learn how to download custom lists of public records for Memphis and Shelby County. The lists can be used for marketing, research, or a host of other purposes. (www.memphisdailynews.com)

Muni school ban heads to Legislature, Beale Street redevelopment, and more

This week (March 30), the Behind the Headlines panel questions whether the State Legislature will lift a 14-year-old ban on new municipal school districts. Plus, the Beale Street redevelopment project starts to show some tangible results, and Operation Safe Community is credited for a 24 percent drop in violent crime in Memphis and Shelby County.

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