Good Monday morning!
We have team coverage of the weather from the area and the region this morning. We're talking flooding, tornadoes and power outages on WMC Action News 5. We'll get you caught up on what you missed over the weekend.
A Memphis police officer was hurt while arresting a suspected shoplifter during an attempted escape. We'll explain what happened on Germantown Parkway.
For the first time since a major glitch, more than half of Shelby County Schools will start Tennessee Ready testing. We'll update you on the schedule this morning on WMC.
Time is running out for thousands of Tennesseans to claim more than $17 million in unclaimed tax refunds. The IRS says many people are missing out from the funds left over from 2012. We'll tell you where to look to see if you are on the list on WMC Action News 5.
Heads up on your morning commute: the speed limit on parts of I-40 dropped to just 20 miles per hour. The slow down starts where the eastbound lanes of Sam Cooper shifted into a new lane on I-40 East over the Wolf River Bridge.
Concerned parents turned to WMC Action News 5 after video surfaced showing a Memphis father appearing to drive under the influence with his young child in the car. Police identified the man in the video and arrested him Sunday night. Details this morning.
We're expecting rain in different areas this morning, then we should see sunshine later today. We will lay out what to expect throughout the day and week on WMC Action News 5 where weather and traffic are no more than 7 minutes away every morning.
Join us as we get going this morning! We are live from 4:30-7am on WMC Action News 5 with all of your news, weather and traffic!