Monday morning's headlines - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Monday morning's headlines


Good Monday morning!

Here are some of the stories we're working on for you:

It's been four months since 19-year-old Jessica Chambers was found burned to death in Panola County, Mississippi. Her family isn't as close to finding her killer as they'd hoped. This weekend marked the Chambers family's first Easter holiday without her.

Job Fair Alert! SIMOS is an agency looking to hire for two huge distribution facilities in the Mid-South. One warehouse is located in Memphis; the other is in Olive Branch. We have details this morning about the job fair on WMC Action News 5.

Transportation leaders have labeled Hack Cross Road one of the highest crash corridors in the Memphis area. If you drive on it you probably know why. This morning we're going to tell you how city state and regional leaders have a plan to make the area safer. 

You have a chance to give back and make a difference in Memphis. WMC Action News 5 took part in Faith in Action Memphis Cleanup as we helped clean up trash across the city. This year the program is going to bigger better and last longer than last year. 

Weather update:

Some small showers in the area this morning. We're in the mid 50s this morning; look for highs in the mid 70s today. More rain is expected today and later this week. Details on the day and week ahead including this weekend on WMC Action News 5 every 10 minutes with Weather on the 5s.

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Join us right now as we get going this Monday morning from 4:30-7 a.m. on WMC Action News 5!

Andrew Douglas


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