It has been 5 days since a Memphis man with mental health challenges went missing. Tony Taylor was last seen walking away from a mental health center in Hickory Hill off Kirby Center Cove on November 15. Taylor's family is desperate to have him home safe before the holidays. His sister and other relatives are using social media to share his picture. Detectives describe Taylor as a missing and in danger.
The Hobson-Goodlow Education Foundation and the Memphis Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity presented the 23rd annual African-American Male Image Awards, sponsored by Kroger. Memphis Police Director Michael Rallings was the keynote speaker. WMC Action News 5's Jerica Phillips served as the mistress of ceremonies at the Saturday evening banquet.
Germantown cheer teams sweep state competitions
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WMC Action News 5 is sending a High 5 to Germantown Municipal School District cheer teams. Houston High varsity and junior varsity, Houston High Middle, and Riverdale Elementary School are all state winners. The teams participated over the weekend in the TSSAA state cheer and dance championship in Murfreesboro. It was a clean GMSD sweep for first place.
#MISSINGMAN: 57y/o Tony Taylor's family is desperate to have him home safe for the holidays. He was last seen walking away from a mental health center in Hickory Hill on November 15. If seen contact MPD at 901-545-2677. https://t.co/uPRUTF1cjo
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