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

Here's a look at our Tuesday morning headlines

Good Tuesday morning!

Travel demand appears to be growing at Memphis International. After the launch of two flights last week, two more flights are being added today. Airport executives will announce the destinations later this morning.

Memphis police are stepping up patrols after what some call a rash of interstate shootings. We'll explain the problem and what police are saying on WMC.

More delays could be possible for the TNReady tests.  Shelby County Schools says a majority of the schools will not receive TN Ready paper testing material that was supposed to arrive by today. It could delay the start of the testing district-wide. We have an update on WMC Action News 5.

Today marks two years since one of the aviation's greatest mysteries. Crews are still searching for the wreckage of Malaysia airlines flight 370 in the Indian Ocean. The plane veered off course during a flight to China before vanishing with 239 people on board.

Facebook says it's in the mix to live-stream NFL games later this year. A Facebook executive tells  "Variety" that the social media giant is bidding to live-stream "Thursday Night Football" contests. WOW!
 
Mississippians head to the polls today along with others in key states. We'll update you on the campaign trail this morning on WMC.

Weather:

It feels great outside..upper 50s and 60s across our region with highs in the 70s. Rain is in the forecast late tonight and the rest of the week...Details on what to expect on WMC Action News 5 all morning long including a chance for flooding.


Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com :

Car collides with FedEx tractor trailer 

23-year-old killed while sitting in car outside aunt's home 

Police: Thief leaves 'calling cards' at scene of burglary

Demonic weaves believed to be root of hair crimes 

You Track Storms: Interactive Radar 

Join us right now as we get going this Tuesday morning on WMC Action News 5. We are live with your news weather and traffic from 4:30-7am.

Andrew Douglas
Anchor

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