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BREAKING: Germantown schools fight; Chances for thunderstorms

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.

We're tracking breaking developments from the Shelby County School board meeting…where three Germantown schools lost a battle that could leave them in the Shelby County School district instead of a Germantown Municipal School District. Jason Miles will be live with the latest.

Investigator Janice Broach is tracking a possible weekend crime spree. Three different places were hit in a matter of hours…from Bartlett to Millington…and the suspect descriptions are all similar. We'll tell you what to watch out for, at 10.

Suspects in North Mississippi are accused of stealing from gravestones so they would have supplies to start a new flower shop.

Chief Meteorologist Dave Brown is tracking a potentially stormy night for trick-or-treaters.

The FBI has ordered new agents and analysts visit the national memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Department of Health and Human Services secretary will visit Memphis this Friday to talk about the Affordable Care Act. We'll have details of her visit at 10.

Don't get taken by scammers! The Investigators reveal the ways people are trying to take your money when you think you're contributing to breast cancer research.

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

Have a great evening.

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