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Monday morning's headlines

Here are some of the news stories we're following at this hour:

1. A crash near the Mt. Moriah exit shut down I-240 last night. Memphis police confirm that a man was found dead in the vehicle with a gunshot wound. We have the latest this morning on the investigation.

2. Parents at Bolton High School are divided when it comes to a video making waves online this weekend. The YouTube video shows a bus driver yelling and cursing at students. We look at the controversial video this morning.

3. Spring Break in Panama City, Florida turns violent. Three women and four other people were shot Saturday during a house party. This incident comes just weeks after Mississippi state's star quarterback and two of it's players were attacked during Spring break. Dak Prescott is speaking about a fight caught on camera in Panama City Beach. Hear from him this morning.

4. Hundreds of gay rights advocates set up across Arkansas this weekend demanding the governor veto the "conscience protection" bill. It has been compared to the religious freedom act signed into law last week in Indiana. Lawmakers say it protects religious rights but critics claim it opens the door for discrimination. We take a closer look this morning.

Weather update:

We have some loud thunderstorms overnight. The rest of the day looks pretty good! High of about 70, lots of sunshine! We have your forecast for the rest of the day and week with weather on the 5s every 10 minutes on WMC Action News 5.

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These are some of the stories we're working on this morning. We're also following breaking news and stories from across the region, country, and around the world. We also have updates on your morning commute and weather updates. Join us from 4:30-7 a.m. on WMC Action News 5.

Andrew Douglas


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