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

Here's a peek at our Friday morning headlines

Good morning and happy Friday!

Prayers answered! The Amber Alert for this 9-year-old girl is over after she was found safe in East Tennessee and her uncle was arrested. It's the best ending anyone could have hoped for. We'll explain how she was rescued on WMC.

Today marks a new era in education for Collierville schools. Town leaders will break ground this morning on the new high school that will be built on East Shelby Drive near the intersection of Sycamore Road and Shelby Drive. We'll show you what it is supposed to look like this morning and when it will open.

Possible sightings of a missing 12-year-old at the center of an Amber Alert in Arkansas. There is new information this morning that she have been spotted in Memphis. We'll update you on the search for Jamiria Murray on WMC.

A man is facing charges after he recorded himself waving guns around and making threats against the GOP's "presumptive nominee" for president, Donald Trump. We'll explain why he could do time behind bars for the threats he made.

A judge has ruled a provision of Obamacare unconstitutional. We'll explain what provision that is, why the judge made that ruling, and what that means going forward on WMC.

Weather:

We have a nice weekend on tap for us, temps in the lower 60s this morning, highs near 80, Sunny but a little cool. Details on weather and traffic no more than 7 minutes away on WMC Action News 5 all morning long.

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com :

Volunteer firefighter accused of arson 

Emergency safety apps: Life line or waste of time? 

Carlie Trent rescuer: we were very close yesterday, just missed 

You Track Storms: Interactive Radar 

12-year-old at the center of Amber Alert spotted in Memphis 

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Andrew Douglas
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