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Only on 5, hear from a Germantown teen who says he became the victim of cyberbullying after his friend allegedly disappeared and social media exploded with a search for her.
Tonight, we talk to a man who had just grabbed a beer with a friend at a popular Cooper-Young bar when he was robbed.
One Mid-South town has lost nearly its entire police department due to budget cuts. Tonight Action News 5 Investigator Michael Clark is unraveling what this really means for residents.
There are several diseases plaguing certain fish in the state of Mississippi. How even cooking this fish could make you sick.
The state of Arkansas is going digital. We'll explain how your options for proof of insurance are changing.
There might be someone spying on you in your home and you don't even know it. The Investigators reveal what makes your appliances surprising privacy invaders.
A cold front is approaching and that means a change in our weather. Chief Meteorologist Dave Brown will explain the changes.
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Could the state of Tennessee be looking for ways to retaliate against the Memphis City Council for its vote to remove Confederate monuments?
Memphians got their first look at the poster design that will mark this year's Memphis in May.
irst alert to another cold blast.There are some early signs that the arctic express may visit the Mid-South again in early February.
The family of one of the men killed in last month's tugboat accident on the Mississippi River is now suing the boat's owner.
Facing enormous financial shortfalls, the Catholic Diocese of Memphis will close 10 schools after the 2018/19 school year.
Two students died in a school shooting at Marshall County High School in western Kentucky on Tuesday morning, January 23.