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Missing sister found, Amber Alerts on Facebook, Job fair, Newest Grizzly could take the floor tonight

Good morning!! We've made it to the middle part of the week and it's still cold this morning, but it won't be that way for long. We have some good news for you if you're waiting for some warm temperatures here in the Mid-South!!

Weather update:

Sunshine returns today and each day for the rest of the week it's expected to get warmer and warmer including this weekend. We could see highs in the mid to upper 50s this weekend. Details with Weather on the 5s every 10 minutes on WMC.

Top stories for you right now:

1. Just two days after a plea to find two sisters missing for months ... the oldest girl has been found in an unusual place as investigators look for the youngest teen. We are live with what we uncovered overnight.

2. Facebook will now post Amber Alerts that are issued in your area through a partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

3. Memphis Congressman Steve Cohen is pushing for a way to keep track of deadly encounters with police. New this morning, we are hearing what he hopes his new bill will accomplish. Details in a live report all morning long.

4. Another job fair to tell you about this morning. Southland Park Gaming and Racing is also looking for new workers. Millions of dollars have been poured in the facility as it continues to expand in West Memphis, Arkansas.

5. The Memphis Grizzlies are back in action tonight playing in Brooklyn against the team coached by former Grizzlies coach Lionel Hollins. It could be the first game we see the newest Grizzly Jeff Green. We'll preview the matchup this morning.

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