Here's a look at our Tuesday morning headlines

Good Morning!

Disappointment this morning for some, success for others. It involves a Tennessee bill that would have a huge impact in Memphis. The Tennessee house voted to let communities DE-annex themselves from larger cities. Hear from both sides this morning on WMC in a live report.

A number of other major issues will also be addressed by Memphis City Council members including the rape kit backlog. Today, a class action lawsuit against the City of Memphis heads to court.

New reaction to disgusting video of a Memphis Kellogg's worker urinating on a cereal assembly line. The president of the company says he learned of the incident last Friday. The FDA launched a criminal investigation and Kellogg's has a full scale internal investigation. The latest this morning on WMC.

The Confederate Flag was front and center for Tennessee Lawmakers less than 24 hours ago weighing in on a proposal to ban the emblem from state license plates. Details this morning on WMC.

University of Memphis head basketball coach, Josh Pastner says he's in it for the long haul. A statement from U of M president David Rudd says nothing is set in stone and they are in the process of completing a comprehensive evaluation of the men's basketball program. We're watching it all this morning on WMC.

In the presidential race five states vote today: Florida, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois and North Carolina. We'll preview this morning.

Weather:

It's going to be a great Spring day! Sunshine and highs near 80. Details on the day and week ahead on WMC Action News 5 with weather and traffic no more than 7 minutes away.

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Andrew Douglas
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