What we're working on Thursday morning - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

What we're working on Thursday morning

Good morning:

Here are some of the stories we're following this morning:

An Egypt Air plane disappeared while flying from Paris to Cairo, carrying 66 people on board. The fear is a terrorist attack. They have no idea where the plane is. It disappeared over the Mediterranean sea. We'll update you in the Alert Center all morning long.
Memphis police will announce a new action plan against the crime spike in the Bluff City. Brix Fowler will explain how they're using technology to fight back.

After nearly 120 years as Tennessee's largest city, Memphis is on the verge of surrendering that title to fast-growing Nashville, according to census estimates released this morning. We'll dive into the details this morning.

Two Mid-South families are relieved this morning after their prayers of finding their missing loved ones were answered. A father and his two young children from Panola County, Mississippi, have been found safe after a days-long search. We'll explain what happened.

Concerned about how Shelby County leaders are spending your hard-earned tax dollars? It's your turn tonight to sound off. Shelby County Commissioner Van Turner will host a Community Town Hall Meeting tonight at 6:00 p.m. to address your questions and concerns. We'll preview this morning.

Partly cloudy for much of the area...temps in the 70s..chance of rain tomorrow. Details on weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away on WMC Action News 5 this morning

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com :

Zurik: Pharmacists, customers nationwide coping with clawbacks 

You Track Storms: Interactive Radar 

MFD: Multiple Molotov cocktails thrown at realty office

Truth behind hair extensions: what's really on your head? 

VIDEO: Student assaults teacher at Wooddale High School 

We are giving away two tickets to see Luke Bryan tickets to Snowden Grove but you have to watch at 6am to win. Join us for all of your news, weather, and traffic from 4:30-7am on WMC Action News 5.

Andrew Douglas

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