The Early Word: Your home could be stolen without you knowing; plus, we got Akot

Bianca Phillips By , Daily Memphian
Updated: June 20, 2022 9:42 AM CT | Published: June 20, 2022 6:22 AM CT Subscribers only

We look at alternatives to arming teachers and see what’s quacking in Cordova. Plus, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center has a new way to recruit students who want to live on-campus.

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Bianca Phillips

Bianca Phillips

Bianca Phillips is a Northeast Arkansas native and long-time Memphian with more than a decade of experience in local journalism. She’s a diehard morning person who spends her free time running marathons and ultras, practicing daily yoga, and stuffing her face with vegan food.


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