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The Week in Review


This week in Memphis, Julia Baker and Ian Round bring us the story of a form of identity theft, in which victims can lose houses they own. The Memphis Zoo names a longtime employee as its new CEO. And, Memphis-Shelby County Schools superintendent Joris Ray defended the district and its leadership after groups of parents and others demanded his resignation. 

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Since 2018, 7,500 property owners in Shelby County have fallen victim to this form of identity theft. 

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