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

Thursday morning's headlines

Good morning and happy Thursday!!

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

Police were busy making several arrests in some of the recent crimes that have made headlines...including a drive-by shooting that killed a 7-year-old girl. Officers also made an arrest in a BP mob beating that was caught on camera. We'll have the latest on those investigations. I

Our Memphis Grizzlies look like they are ready for the playoffs. They eliminated the pacers from the postseason last night with a win and they also earned home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs facing off against Portland. 

A third arrest has been made in the alleged gang rape of a woman on a Panama City Beach, Florida during spring break with ties to Tennessee. A student at Middle Tennessee State University was arrested on a charge of sexual assault by multiple perpetrators. 

This weekend Memphians will put their Faith in Action by helping clean and beautify our city in a week long effort. This year's clean-up begins this Saturday and it is open to everyone! More volunteers are needed and you can get involved today! We'll show you how on WMC Action News 5 this morning.

I want to tell you about a special event that I am emceeing this Saturday night. It is a fundraiser for the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf. It is quite a party ... a roaring 20s theme and lots of food.. A silent and live auction, casino games, live jazz too. It's at the Great Hall in Germantown. If you are interested click here to learn more and buy tickets.

Weather update:

Looks like we have more of the same today with cloudy conditions and showers expected. High in the 80s.We're in the low 60s right now. Details on the day and weekend ahead with Weather on the 5s every 10 minutes on WMC Action News 5.

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Andrew Douglas

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