Here's a look at our Tuesday night headlines - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Here's a look at our Tuesday night headlines

Good evening,

Weather Update:

Managing Meteorologist Ron Childers says today’s severe weather has passed, but he’ll tell you how the storms will affect temperatures tomorrow.  Plus he’ll give you an updated look at our 7-day forecast.

What we’re working on:

TEAM COVERAGE: The severe thunderstorms that ripped through the Mid-South left tons of damage in their wake.  We have team coverage of the wreckage, tonight at 10.

On WMC Action News 5 at 10, hear what one victim did to track down a Midtown robbery suspect.

A good lock can protect your bike from thieves in the first place.  But when they strike regardless, WMC Action News 5’s Chief Investigator Andy Wise shows you the simple step you can take to help you get your bike back.

Top headlines/trending:

  1. Watch: Beachgoers help rescue stranded great white shark 
  2. Mom arrested after 3 children drown
  3. Interactive Radar 
  4. SLIDESHOW: July 2015 Severe Weather 
  5. NAACP demands Mississippi to change its state flag 

We hope you’ll join us on WMC Action News 5 at 10.

Have a great night!                                       

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