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

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

Happy Wednesday!

Report: FedEx is willing to sponsor the Big 12 title game if U of M joins, and the school pledged $500 million. We'll explain the idea and the chance U of Memphis will join the Big 12 this morning.

Kroger will help hundreds of Mid-Southerners bag a job. 300 spots will be opening at all Kroger stores in our area. We'll explain how you can apply this morning.

The TBI report on Darrius Stewart's shooting will remain online through September despite calls to have it taken down. We'll explain why this morning.

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed piece of legislation into law, dealing with funding for Planned Parenthood. We'll explain what it is and what it means this morning.

New details in the Prince death investigation. A search warrant reveals that a Minnesota doctor saw the singer twice in the month before his death--including the day before he died--and prescribed him medication.

Cars smashed and two people rushed to the hospital after a man used his vehicle as a weapon at Motel 61 in the 3200 block of South Third Street. We'll explain a crazy confrontation on WMC.

Sunny skies today, some clouds as well. It's going to be warm with temps near 90. Rain is still in the forecast for later this week. We have a nice weekend on tap too. Details on your forecast and traffic no more than 7 minutes away on WMC Action News 5.

Here are the top stories on :

TBI: Amber Alert for Carlie Trent in Missouri is false alarm 

West Memphis standoff ends peacefully after nearly 3 hours 

StormTrack Doppler 5 (Wide View) 

Report: FedEx willing to sponsor Big 12 title game if UofM joins; school pledges $500M 

Snake under toy bites boy

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Andrew Douglas

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