KMGH: Afghan Woman Reflects On Her Childhood Under Taliban Rule
Meena Saber says she never wants to see another Afghan girl spend their childhood like she did.
Understanding Iran's ongoing protests
Mass demonstrations have triggered the biggest challenge to the Islamic Republic of Iran in decades.By AP
Israel, Gaza fighters trade fire after deadly West Bank raid
The flare-up in violence casts a shadow on U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken's expected trip to the region next week.By Majdi Mohammed / AP
Israeli extremist group takes root in US with fundraising bid
An investigation by AP and the watchdog group Shomrim found that money raised through a U.S. nonprofit has gone to convicted Israeli extremists.By Avshalom Sassoni / Pool Photo via AP
Eagles soar into Super Bowl, rout 49ers for NFC title
The Eagles won the Super Bowl five years ago with a different coach and quarterback.By Matt Slocum / AP
SCORPION Unit disband could change citizens perception of police dept.
The SCORPION Unit was supposed to reduce crime in Memphis residential hot spots.By Gerald Herbert / AP
Memphis residents express outrage at memorial for Tyre Nichols
One neighbor — a retired police officer of 40 years — said the Memphis Police Department has gone downhill.By Scripps News