Here are some of the stories we're following Wednesday morning

Good morning!

One of the TBI's most wanted has been transported from the hospital to jail overnight after a run-in with police. It left one officer hurt. All this after officers said they were forced to open fire on a car in Ripley, Tennessee. New developments overnight on WMC.

For the first time this season, the Grizzlies will hit the hardwood without star center Marc Gasol in the game. He is out indefinitely with a broken foot. We'll show you play that caused the injury and how long he could be out. Join us this morning.

New testing dates are expected to be announced days after a major failure with Tennessee Ready, the state's online student test system. The State Education Commissioner says they are still trying to figure out what went wrong with the system during Monday's launch, but she says it became clear they couldn't allow any more chances for things to go wrong. We'll have an update this morning.

Shelby county is taking action against the Zika virus by giving you tools to prevent it. This follows the confirmation of the first case of Zika in the State of Tennessee. We're talking about the new health measures this morning on WMC.

New Hampshire's primary is in the books and the results are in: Trump and Sanders won convincingly. Ohio Governor John Kasich finished second on the GOP side. We'll break down the results this morning.

Lots of sunshine...cold right now in the's expected to warm up today..highs in the 40s. It will get warmer this week. Details on the day and week ahead including the weekend on WMC Action News 5. We have weather and traffic no more than 7 minutes away.

Here are the top stories on

Memphis strip club king out of prison
More than a dozen arrested in prescription forgery ring
Parents upset over photo showing CCSD students eating on floor
Man on TBI's Top 10 Most Wanted injured in police shootout; officer hit by car
Hugh Jackman tweets he has cancer

Join us on a cold Wednesday as we get you ready for the day on WMC Action News 5. We are live from 4:30am-7am.

Andrew Douglas