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Friday, January 14, 2022

 
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Today's weather in Memphis:

56° / 22° Rain
 
 

The 11-game run ends with a blowout loss to the Mavericks on Friday night at FedExForum. 

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Box score: Mavericks 112, Grizzlies 85

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Here are some key numbers and facts to remember from the historic run.

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Chandler Jackson leads with 22 points but gets plenty of help.

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The National Weather Service said most data points showed that snow would accumulate along and north of the Tennessee - Mississippi state line.

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Jaren Jackson Jr. will be presented the award ahead of Friday’s game against the Mavericks.

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A $38 million federal grant will help with construction of the West Tennessee Veterans Home in Arlington. The 126-bed facility has been planned for years.

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Starting on Jan. 19, the website COVIDTests.gov will provide four free tests per home at no cost, including no shipping fee, the White House announced Friday.

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The old Coleman Taylor Transmission shop on Union is leaving the Edge District. Its departure frees more room for new apartments that would be called The Rise on The Ravine.

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University of Memphis running back Kylan Watkins, a former Whitehaven High standout, has one year of eligibility left. 

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If Memphis wants to deliver ECU its first home loss, the Tigers must shore up their 3-point defense.

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What’s the difference between “card check” and a secret-ballot vote? Perhaps the unionization of the mammoth Blue Oval City that Ford Motor Co. plans to build just east of Memphis.

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Memphis Tigers beat writers Steven Johnson and Frank Bonner II are back for another episode of the Tigers podcast.

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Curtis Givens III lifted MUS in the clutch, and Taylor Dupree had strong game against Missouri school.

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Metro
 
Latest redistricting proposal gives Cohen more of Shelby County
 

The latest map would split Tipton County along U.S. 51, and about 30,000 Shelby County residents would be drawn out of Republican Rep. David Kustoff’s district.

 
SCS to vote on school closures next week
 
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Business
 
Bluff City Biz: The Gold Standard of activated sidewalks with Tom Bailey
 

A veteran business reporter with decades of experience covering development in the Mid-South, Tom Bailey knows that busy, activated sidewalks are key to urban vibrancy. 

 
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Art of the deal: Buyer deftly times purchase of 47 acres
 
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Sports
 
Box score: Grizzles XX, Bucks XX
 

Jan. 19, 2022: The xx defeated the xx in Milwaukee.

 
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Herrington: Jaren Jackson Jr.’s ‘All Defense’ future is here
 
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Food
 
New barbecue restaurant to open in The Lake District
 

The restaurant will be located on a site where Malco once considered building a theater.

 
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Suburbs
 
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Horn Lake's new recruiter believes in doing things that 'make you stand out'
 

T.J. Cates is tasked with drawing more retail and commercial entities to Horn Lake in hopes of enhancing folks to the DeSoto County city.

 
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Neighborhoods
 
Council votes no on Binghampton gas station
 

The elaborately designed convenience store with gas pumps and retail bays would have been built at 2977 Broad Ave. at Tillman Street and Sam Cooper Boulevard.

 
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Arts & Culture
 
Oh, snap: This week's best photos
 

The Memphis Grizzlies guard has risen to No. 2 in the NBA All-Star Game fan voting among Western Conference guards, according to the league’s news release on Thursday.

 
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Opinion
 
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Conaway: Revisiting something wild, something beautiful
 

We’re good at wild ideas around here, and both last week’s and this week’s are worth exploring. Sometimes the best discoveries are right in front of you. Sometimes the very things you’re looking for are already yours.

 
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Podcasts
 
WATCH: Conversation about violent crime about to heat up
 

Josh Spickler, of the criminal justice reform group Just City, said on WKNO’s Behind The Headlines that there is another side to allegations the county’s criminal justice system is a ‘revolving door.’

 
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