Here are some of the stories we're following Tuesday morning - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Here are some of the stories we're following Tuesday morning

Good morning!

As I write this, there have been several explosions that rocked the Brussels airport and at the subway system in Brussels. Several people died and many more are injured. This is where NATO and the European Union are located. This is certainly an attack on Europe. Details are coming in minute by minute. We will have the latest information all morning long from the WMC Action News 5 alert center.

The bill that would let some Mid-South communities split off from Memphis is heading back to committee. The Tennessee State Senate decided not to vote on the de-annexation plan until they can review more of the changes that have been made to the bill. We'll have an update on this all morning long.

Starting today, a single street is hoping to become the heart and soul of Midtown Memphis. We'll tell you about the "Meet Me Along Madison" campaign.

The Mississippi Department of Health is giving free tetanus shots to those affected by recent flooding. That includes Clarksdale residents.

The FBI says it may not need Apple's help unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. We'll explain new details that have come forward on WMC Action News 5 this morning.
 
In decision 2016: three states are voting today--the Western Trifecta: Idaho, Utah and Arizona. We'll preview this morning.
 
Weather:

In the 40s right now...we could see high near 70 today...there is a wind advisory for later today. Details this morning on the day and week ahead on WMC.


Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com:

Company wants to pay you to travel the world and drink beer 

Brawl spills out into the street after church 

Hattiesburg firefighters receive medal for water rescue 

Prom night turned into a nightmare for Callaway seniors 

CNN: Explosions kill up to 13 at Brussels Airport 

 
Join us for a busy day on WMC Action News 5. We are live from 4:30-7am .

Andrew Douglas
Anchor

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