Storms coming our way, Greg Davis trial, unified school district - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Storms coming our way, Greg Davis trial, unified school district update, super bowl preps, trash strike update

Good morning and welcome to a warm start on this Tuesday!! We have showered expected later tonight but this morning it is nice...later today highs will be in the 70s before the storms move in. Ron Childers is tracking all the information you need this morning on WMC-TV5.

We're talking about day one testimony in the Greg Davis Trial. The Southaven Mayor is in Jackson this week. The state believes Davis owes the state and taxpayers more than 170,000 dollars...fellow alderman have been taking the stand in this civil case. The latest from Jackson in a live report this morning.

We're also watching what the new calendar for the unified school district would be for next year and how it could effect Shelby county teachers and Memphis City teachers. Details this morning on WMC-TV5.

An update on a barge spilling thousands of gallons of oil in the Mississippi River near Vicksburg.

Plus an update on the Allied Waste strike in Memphis and the Mid-South...sanitation workers cover trash collection for residential areas of Germantown, Collierville, parts of Tipton County and hotels and businesses in Memphis, Shelby and Desoto County. The latest coming up on WMC-TV5.

Baltimore Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis is flying out his high school football coach and his wife to the super bowl. He is more than just a coach to the future hall of famer...hear from him this morning.

Join Lindsey, Janeen, Ron, Amy and me on WMC-TV5! We get you ready for the day!

 

Andrew Douglas

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