Here's a look at our Tuesday morning headlines

Good Tuesday morning!!

It's Super Tuesday! Voters in Arkansas and Tennessee will head to the polls today. We will be live with what you need to know before you head to the polls and what's on the  ballot. Join us this morning.

We're also following storms later this morning and throughout the day on WMC Action News 5. We will pinpoint exact locations, times and what to expect on WMC this morning.

We've now learned the City of Memphis will foot the multi-million dollar bill for a now closed vehicle inspection station.If the money isn't paid back, Memphis could lose out on future transportation funding. Yikes. We're talking about it this morning on WMC.

The campaign for Congress has begun. Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell announced he is officially running for Tennessee's eighth congressional district which includes parts of Collierville, Bartlett, Milington, Cordova and Germantown. Details on the race and who else is running on WMC.

The Shelby County Sheriff's Office public information officer bonded out of jail hours before he is due in court, accused of domestic violence. Details on the case involving Chip Washington on WMC.

There's a new member of the Memphis Zoo this morning: a baby giraffe. We'll show you a picture this morning on WMC.

A federal judge is now siding with Apple in that growing fight over how secure your iPhone should be. We'll explain the ruling and what that means on WMC this morning.


Storms are coming into the Mid-South today. Some may be strong. We'll explain the details this morning and where you can expect to see the most activity on WMC.

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Join us as we get ready to rock your Super Tuesday on WMC Action News 5! We are live from 4:30-7am.

Andrew Douglas