What we're working on Monday morning - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

What we're working on Monday morning

Good Monday morning!!

A NASCAR plane forced to make an emergency landing near Memphis International Airport. We have new video of the plane being towed from Wilson Air hours after the landing. Everyone is okay. We'll explain what happened this morning on WMC Action News 5.

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland says his team is working with MATA to find solutions to the public transportation service's money problems.  The head of MATA says it needs millions to provide service the city is used to having here. We'll explain the back and forth on WMC.

A delay in bringing Justice to Jessica Chambers. A Mississippi prosecutor says it could be late this year before the man accused of killing her returns from Louisiana to face a capitol murder charge. New details this morning on WMC.

You can pay respects to former First Lady Nancy Reagan who died yesterday at the age of 94. We'll explain on WMC Action News 5 this morning.

Campaigns on both sides of the political aisle have big weeks ahead after an eventful weekend for both Democrats and Republicans. We'll get you caught up on the week ahead on WMC.

A half-court shot you'll have to see to believe at last night's Memphis Grizzlies game. The guy won a Audi! Unbelievable. We'll show it to you this morning.

Weather:

Warm and cloudy today...highs in the 70s...It's in the upper 50s right now...Rain is expected later this week and a chance of flooding is expected as well. Details on the day and week ahead with your forecast on WMC Action News 5 where weather and traffic are no more than 7 minutes away.

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com :

Plane carrying NASCAR team makes emergency landing 

For real? Saucer-shaped object turns heads 

2 charged in crash that kills grandmother, injures 6 more 

3 people shot at Mapco station

U of M to receive part of $1M grant aimed at veterans

 
Join us right now as we get you ready for the week ahead on WMC Action News 5. We are live from 4:30-7am!

Andrew Douglas
Anchor

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