Police in Memphis, Tennessee, said a man who drove around the city shooting at people, killing four, during an hours-long rampage Wednesday has been arrested.
Police said Tuesday that investigators identified the body of Eliza Fletcher, 34, who had been forced into an SUV during an early morning jog Friday near the University of Memphis.
The images show two suspects getting out of a Mercedes armed with guns and wearing sweatshirts, then approaching the rapper, police said.
The suspected shooter died of what investigators believe was a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the police chief says. No motive has been given.
There's new urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to tenants and landlords. Memphis, without an eviction ban since July, has figured out some things that work.
Arkansas officials said it had the potential to become a "catastrophic event," adding, "the bridge was closed to vehicular traffic and the river was closed to barge traffic as a safety precaution."
At a time when refugees are feeling less welcome than ever in the U.S., a group of them have built new lives in a Southern city by sharing their food and culture with locals.
Four days after her husband was killed, Coretta Scott King led a march in Memphis. The act reflected her role as a partner in the struggle for civil rights. "I was impelled to come," she said.
They wanted better working conditions and higher pay, but they needed help strategizing. Martin Luther King Jr. went to Memphis to help.
NPR's Morning Edition is traveling to Memphis, Tenn., to report on the years since MLK's death. We want to hear from Memphis families to learn how things have changed — or not changed.