Archive for January, 2011

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South Carolina cops are attempting to identify the participants in a wild brawl early Saturday at an International House of Pancakes, video of which has gone viral online. As seen in the below clip–which includes some cursing–the female combatants are seen punching and wrestling with each other as tables are toppled. At one point, a woman picks up a coffee pot and strikes another woman in the head while she is being pinned to a table. Later, a man is seen swinging a cane at the woman who was struck with the coffee pot. The woman, adopting a lion tamer’s pose, picks up a chair and tosses it at the cane wielder.

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The PLUSH CLUB, Beale Street’s Nightmare

4 West Memphis Officers Shot, 2 Killed

Memphis Gangs
12 Arrested In Memphis Prostitution Sting
Wu-Tang Clan Gets Busted
Derrick Rose Gang Sign Photo
Bank Robber Eats Evidence
Mother And Boyfriend Beat Up Accused Drug Dealer

Can you believe the question, “should we move our cars?” If you saw a stream raising, common sense would tell you to move your car.

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Floods In Memphis 2010

Tornado In Yazoo City Mississsippi
Volcanoes In Iceland
UFO Spotted By Pilot In Memphis
UFO Pyramid Flying Over Moscow


On Jan. 1, 2011, 19 new laws become effective in Tennessee. The list includes: consumer protection, TennCare, workers compensation, pharmacy, professions and occupations, guardianship, safety, bail bonds, DUI/DWI offenses, contractors, insurance, traffic safety, unemployment compensation, education, immigrants and criminal offenses.

Below is a complete list of the new laws. Public Chapters with 01/01/11 Effective Date

684 SB2501 Consumer Protection – As enacted, creates Class A misdemeanor, punishable by fine only, of intentionally concealing or misrepresenting the telephone number utilized by ADAD equipment; provides certainexceptions. – Amends TCA Title 47, Chapter 18, Part 15.

776 SB3087 TennCare – As enacted, revises provisions governing state’s subrogation interests. – Amends TCA Title 71, Chapter 5, Part 1.

792 SB3162 Workers Compensation – As enacted, revises provisions governing rental and assignment of network rights to expand the information required to be included in an explanation of benefits sent to medical provider and gives the provisions the short title the “Rental and Assignment of PPO Network Rights”. – Amends TCA Title 50, Chapter 6, Part 2.


Tiger Woods has once again ended a calendar year as golf’s top earner, despite suffering a pay cut of $48 million and failing to win a single tournament. The world’s number two golfer topped Golf Digest magazine’s annual list for 2010 with overall earnings of $74.2 million.Of that, only $2.29 million came from tournament purses with the rest accumulated off-course through endorsements and appearance fees. Phil Mickelson was second with total earnings of $40.18 million, followed by Arnold Palmer ($36 million), Greg Norman fourth ($30 million) and Jack Nicklaus fifth ($25.17 million). Jim Furyk, who collected a $10 million bonus for winning the PGA Tour’s season-long FedExCup in September, was sixth on $23.58 million.