Some say he was a cold-blooded killer and a callous thief. Others dismiss his penchant for gun battling and horse stealing as merely "the way it was" in the Wild West. Some celebrate his legendary disdain for authority.
Tyreke Evans, the nation's top unsigned recruit, is expected to touch down at Graceland Airport in Memphis shortly before 10 p.m. Friday and will watch Saturday night's sold-out battle between top-ranked Memphis and No. 2 Tennessee at the FedEx Forum.
Under a scorching sun at Graceland, his beloved home, fans streamed by Elvis Presley's grave on Thursday, the 30th anniversary of the death of the king of rock 'n' roll. It was, for most, a time to remember.
Elvis and Vegas go together like peanut butter and bananas. Now an unconventional investor is poised to make Elvis the King of Las Vegas, and everywhere else, with projects like an Elvis-themed casino, Elvis-themed restaurants and a convention-sized Heartbreak Hotel.
CNN.com, in conjunction with "American Morning," asked survivors of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma to share their stories of thanks for the kind things people have done for them. Here are a few of their many responses, some of which have been edited: