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Scattered showers, Elvis week events, efforts to save 19th century building, college football players off the team

Good morning and welcome back to the start of another glorious week! I hope you had a nice, safe and restful weekend...We are up and ready for your Monday!

First's going to be hot and muggy today...scattered showers will be in the area...highs in the 90s...Ron Childers is back with us. He'll have the latest on the forecast today and the rest of the week on WMC-TV5 all morning long.

It will take $50,000 for The Memphis Heritage Foundation to save the 19th Century Club building from demolition! At last check---only $40,000 has been pledged.

If they don't raise that last $10,000 by today, then this Historic Midtown building could be history! Details in a live report.

Elvis Week continues rocking and rolling this week.. We'll tell you about the list of activities planned for this week. All while the city's $43 million infrastructure project began earlier this year and is expected to be completed in 2016 or 2017.

As the college football season ramps up across the country. Four now former Vanderbilt football players have been arrested and charged with sex crimes on campus. We'll explain what police are saying this morning on WMC-TV5.

Weapons are now prohibited in parts of Corinth Mississippi!

New signs will soon be hung at the City Courthouse and the Alcorn Chancery Building banning weapons carried in some locations.

If you are still looking for those last minute school supplies for your child...Walmart is launching a back to class cyber Monday starting today!

A 12-year-old made a gem of a find at Arkansas' Crater of Diamonds State Park...he discovered a 5.16 carat honey brown diamond this weekend! We'll show you a picture on WMC-TV5.


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Andrew Douglas


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