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Students injured in bus crash; Cold nights ahead; Meter meltdown?

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Two students are recovering after a Shelby County Schools bus crashed on the way home today. We'll have the very latest on their conditions and the investigation.

We are sad to report one of the conjoined twins that made international headlines when they were separated at LeBonheur Children's Hospital has died. Jason Miles will have the details in a live report tonight.

Chief Meteorologist Dave Brown is tracking rain moving into the Mid-South and colder temperatures for later this week.

Four same-sex Tennessee couples are now suing the state to legally recognize their marriages.

They're solar-powered parking meters the city of Memphis is paying millions of dollars for…and they're already causing headaches in several big cities. Tonight, the Action News 5 Investigators tell you what officials are doing to keep Memphians from having a meter meltdown.

A University of Memphis student has been selected for a prestigious honor by the White House.

We hope you will join us for the latest news, weather, and sports at 10 after an all new "The Blacklist."

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