What we are working on Monday afternoon

Good Afternoon,
Here is a look at what we’re working on for WMC Action News 5 at 4, 5, and 6 p.m.!
Weather Update:
We’re currently experiencing spring-like conditions this Leap Day.

4 p.m.

Meteorologist Spencer Denton will tell us the impact of increasing clouds through midnight. Plus he'll talk about the chance for a few showers mainly west of Memphis into the overnight hours.

5 and 6 p.m.

Chief Meteorologist Ron Childers will tell us about severe weather threat moving in early Tuesday morning. Plus, stay tuned for his 7-day forecast.
News stories we’re working on:

4 p.m.

Shelby County Sheriff’s Office employee detained: Ian Silver is live with details on why the public information officer for the sheriff’s office has been detained by Memphis police.

Oak Court Mall fight video and shots fired: Shots were fired Sunday in the parking lot near Macy’s just one day after a food court fight between a customer and employee was caught on camera. 

5 p.m.:

Oak Court Mall safety: We investigate what’s being done to keep you safe, after a fight inside the mall and shots fired outside the mall in two separate incidents over the weekend.

Video of fireworks explode above a strip mall fire: We get answers, after cell phone video from Batesville, MS shows sparks and fireworks flying over a strip mall.

Best and worst store credit cards special report: Chief Consumer Investigator Andy Wise takes a closer look at those store credit cards you’re constantly being encouraged to open, telling you which cards will cost you more in the long run and which ones are the best deals.

6 p.m.:

Citizens want body camera transparency: City and state leadership received a letter calling for citizens to have a say on police body cameras before any decisions are made or legislation is passed. Ian Silver brings you official and community reaction.

Super Tuesday Preview: Ian Silver tells voters what they need to know before voting in tomorrow’s elections.

Flu fears at the University of Memphis: The university has 18 confirmed cases of the flu this month. We tell you what you need to do to stay healthy.

Injured Olive Branch officer gets wheelchair accessible van: Sasha Jones gives us a preview of today’s benefit for Mark Ayers who was paralyzed in shooting years ago

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