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Icy Roads in the Mid-South; Fast food credit card fraud

Hello Action News 5 viewers,

We hope you are having a wonderful night, and are looking forward to you joining us for Action News 5 at 10.

Action News 5 has team coverage as parts of the Mid-South remain under an ice storm warning.

Chief meteorologist Dave Brown is tracking the freezing temperatures, and will tell you what to expect overnight and for the morning commute.

Janice Broach is braving the Memphis roads, where some overpasses are more like skating rinks. We'll tell you where you need to be extra vigilant, as Memphis police continue to work multiple accidents.

Jason Miles is in North Mississippi where the icy situation is keeping drivers off the roads.

Plus Chief consumer investigator Andy Wise uncovers credit card fraud at a fast food chain with four locations affected in the Mid-South. He will tell you how customers can protect themselves.

We hope you will join us for the latest news, weather, and sports at 10 p.m.

You can get the latest school and business closings on wmctv.com

Be safe and have a great evening.

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