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Memphis priest, prolific author, dies serving poor in guatemala
Father David Knight celebrates with the Poor Clare’s of Memphis one of …
MPD To Send Brutality Cases To DA For Criminal Review
Reform follows IPSR stories exploring MPD's internal excessive force investigations
MPD Posts New Use of Force Data, Yet Secrecy Concerns Remain
IPSR article inspired City Council to seek greater transparency
How Manoj Jain became “The Dr. Fauci of Memphis”
Dr. Manoj Jain answers emails in his home workspace on Wednesday, March …
Memphis Stays in Character for Growing List of Filmmakers
Jacir Parker It’s all lights, camera, action here in Memphis even with …
IPSR intern Caleb Suggs wins national award
Earns coveted first-place prize in the Hearst collegiate journalism awards
No Shortcuts: Domestic Abusers Work to “Redefine Anger” in New Therapy Model
James, who works in private security, says an intensive group therapy program …
In Domestic Abuse Cases, Upholding the Law May Proceed “With or Without the Victim”
Prosecutors may now consider whether a victim's testimony is needed when trying …
Why I’m Suing the City of Memphis for police body camera footage
Lawsuit seeks to open secretive internal investigations to scrutiny
Should Shelby County Schools invest $15 million with literacy consultant?
The $15 million Educational Epiphany “is overwhelmingly supported by teachers and school …

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