Good Thursday morning!Here are some of the stories we're following for you this morning on WMC Action News 5:
Tragic and awful news this morning out of Charleston, South Carolina....A white gunman goes into a prominent African American Church and killed 9 people. The gunman is on the run this morning. Police are calling this a hate crime. Details on this unfolding situation all morning long on WMC. We have live reports from the scene with reporters from our sister station in Charleston.
There has been an arrest in the murder of MUS grad Frank Gaines Whittington who was killed last month. The latest information on WMC Action News 5 all morning long.
NBC is expected to make it clear today what former NBC Nightly News host Brian Williams' new role will be at the network. The details of what Williams new role will be aren't yet clear, but we know he won't return as the show's anchor. The latest information on WMC this morning.
Many adults know how hard it is to lose weight. For children to lose weight, it's all about teaching them to make educated choices. We'll show you new apps that can make that a bit easier.
According to a new study, the average American spends 45 minutes traveling to work and back on a daily basis... and that commute now costs an average of 12 dollars a day or 26 hundred dollars a year. How does your commute measure up. Details this morning on WMC.Weather update:
Hot and humid but today we could see showers.We're about your outlook today and this Father's Day Weekend every 10 mins with Weather on the 5s on WMC with Weather on the 5s.Here are the top stories right now on wmcactionnews5.com :
AT&T hit with $100M fine, company vows to fight
Teen dies after complications during dentist trip
Woman who attacked pregnant sister receives life sentence
16-year-old victim details shark bite; 12-year-old victim in good condition
Keeping mosquitoes off your skin and your lawn
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