News and Features

Justin Fox Burks

So now is the time to consider eating more fish!


This Election Day isn't just about candidates for state and federal office. Three Memphis charter amendments on the ballot could change the way the city does its politics. This week on WKNO-TV's Behind the Headlines, host Eric Barnes is joined by city council member Martavius Jones, law professor Steve Mulroy and reporter Bill Dries of the Daily Memphian.

Patient-Centered Medical Care

Oct 10, 2018
Church Health

A relatively new concept in medicine is called “patient-centered care.”


Justin Fox Burks

With cooler Fall weather approaching and football season underway, I just have to share one of my favorite Fall picnic and tailgating recipes: Jambalaya!


 

Three Memphis journalists join us this week for WKNO-TV's Behind the Headlines with host Eric Barnes. Karanja Ajanaku of the New Tri-State Defender, Madeline Faber of High Ground News and Bill Dries of the Daily Memphian discuss upcoming elections, new park openings and more. 

In politics, Ajanaku says he attended the recent Trump rally in Southaven to talk with African American attendees. He says he genuinely wanted to know why they support the President's policies.

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We all have times in our lives when we feel sad, lonely, or down. 


Jennifer Chandler

October 3 is National Soft Taco Day and Friday is National Taco Day!


Yoga & Self Care

Sep 26, 2018
Church Health

In our fast-paced world where so many demands are placed on us, it’s important to find ways to nurture yourself.


A Southern Staple

Sep 25, 2018
Justin Fox Burks

Let’s talk about Chicken Salad. 


WKNO-TV

This week on WKNO-TV's Behind the Headlines, host Eric Barnes continues his conversations with Shelby County's municipal school superintendents: Bo Griffin, Tammy Mason and Dr. Ted Horrell. 

 

Tammy Mason, superintendent for Arlington Community Schools, discusses where funding for Arlington’s Schools comes from, and the state of the school district's finances.  

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