In 1981, 3-year-old Damien Reed Kovarik was a very sick little boy. The diagnosis: leukemia. Today, Damien is a healthy 9-year-old. This is the story of one family’s fortitude, and a miracle of modern medicine.
This month Memphis in May salutes Belgium. Memphians working there offer a glimpse of a country where shopping is a challenge, driving is an adventure, and the national symbol tinkles — and it’s not a bell.
In May 1993, the gruesome murders of three young boys shocked the nation. The "West Memphis Three," as the alleged culprits were dubbed, have spent 17 years behind bars. But why? The evidence - or lack theorof - is shocking.
Some sanitation workers think they're still being treated like trash in the city where Martin Luther King Jr. died for their cause. Some Memphians say that's a load of garbage. Somewhere in the middle lies the truth.