JACKSON, Tenn -- The holiday shopping season officially begins on Thanksgiving Day, with "Gray Thursday" one day ahead of traditional Black Friday. Many West Tennesseans stood in line Thursday in hopes of getting the best deal. Some say "Gray Thursday" is the new Black Friday, since it allows them to start shopping for bargains a day earl
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Thursday the new life christian center hosted a Thanksgiving day celebration. The church opened their doors to the community for a worship opportunity and a free dinner for those in attendance. The church says giving back is their way of letting the less fortunate people know they are loved. "Doing Thanksgiving dinner is a time of fami
JACKSON, Tenn -- Some West Tennessee gyms were open this Thanksgiving, and employees said the 'regulars' still showed up to sweat. Employees at Planet Fitness in Jackson said on a usual Thursday morning they see about 50 members in their gym, on Thanksgiving they saw about 20 members. "Our members want to come work off some calories so they ca
NORTH JACKSON-- Doctors are warning those with a heavy upcoming holiday schedule to not procrastinate. Many during the holiday season are beginning their long list of things to do. That list may include decorations, parties, gift wrapping and family commitments. "People need to be aware of the amount of time they are occupying and to not over do it. The
SOUTH JACKSON, Tenn -- While many of us make our way to our Thanksgiving destination, Johnny Clark with Highway 70 Wrecker is on standby if you have trouble along the way. "From flat tires to running out of gas, it's something as simple as those, some are major some are minor, you just never know," Clark said. He said each year he works Thanks
BERLIN (AP) — The Jewish Claims Conference said Friday it has already identified a painting stolen by the Nazis among a newly published inventory of hundreds of works that belonged to late German collector Cornelius Gurlitt, and pushed for more time to investigate others.
NEW YORK (AP) — Millions of Americans across the country marked Thanksgiving Day with lots of turkey, football, parades and early shopping, while many overcame nasty weather, power outages and even being buried in the snow. At the White House, President Barack Obama spent a quiet holiday with a traditional meal.
The incident occurred around 12:46 am, just after a sold-out hip-hop show featuring more than a dozen artists (including headlining locals G-Val and Show Banga) had let out. According to KTVU, the suspect immediately fled the scene, and officers arrived to find four injured people, two of them with life-threatening injuries. "Everybody start running, ch
Music is the cornerstone of human culture. No matter who you are or what you do, a great song can make you feel happy. A certain track can remind you of unforgettable experiences, like your first kiss, honeymoon, or the birth of your child.In this new age of technology, you don't have to listen to the same tunes every day or wait for the radio...