Richmond, long burdened by the reputation of being the Bay Area’s most dangerous city, experienced an overall decrease in violent crime last year.
Methodist Healthcare, in partnership with The West Clinic, has been selected as a candidate for the LIVESTRONG® Community Impact Project.
On Friday, March 2, more than 25 police officers from the Memphis Police Department and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Campus Police collaborated on an active shooter drill.
Twelve high school seniors from various schools throughout Memphis competed for over $5,000 in scholarships and prizes during the 11th Annual Pat Gill Performing Arts Scholarship Showcase at Rhodes College.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center and the Ryan White Program are sponsoring a two-day conference which will address HIV/AIDS issues in this area.
A gathering of activists, journalists and voting rights advocates met recently to discuss the growing number of states that have adopted what many see as discriminatory voter registration laws.
- Category: News
01 Mar 2012
- Written by Dr. Sybil C. Mitchell
For many non-custodial parents laboring under huge child support debts, prospects for a bright economic future are bleak, and grow bleaker by the day.
Sabrina Hooper has joined the Tennessee Human Rights Commission as the deputy director.