Author: Marcos Santander

Unique game brings athletes together in the Hub City

JACKSON, Tenn. --One sport is bringing athletes from across the south to the Hub City. "You're seeing a sport that is growing at a fast pace and we have a lot of people in this tournament, said Julie Wigger, pickleballer.…

Racers gather to see who has the fastest ride

JACKSON, Tenn. --Car aficionados put their driving to the test. Several drivers maneuvered their way around an obstacle course to see who could do it the fastest in the monthly Hub City Speed Autocross. Drivers were divided into several…

Freed-Hardeman University holds 2022 Commencement

HENDERSON, Tenn. --Graduation ceremonies continue across West Tennessee. Over 300 students from Freed-Hardeman University are receiving their undergraduate and graduate degrees ranging from nursing and business to arts, social work and…

Tips for managing summertime pests

JACKSON, Tenn. -- You may start noticing some unwanted guests coming into your home. One local exterminator says as the temperature rises, pests start coming off their vacation. "It's like they're coming out of hibernation. We'll start having a lot…

Government agency helps March storm victims

JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Small Business Administration is encouraging many to apply for their loans. "Homeowners and renters are eligible to replace their real estate. Renters are eligible to replace their…

SwampStomp for a cause

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Crawfish lovers get ready to satisfy your taste-buds while helping a cause. News/Talk 101.5 is partnering with Cajun Cookers to bring you the SwampStomp. There will be crawfish…