Here's a look at our Tuesday morning headlines

Good morning!!

Returning to a sense of normalcy. The Memphis Police Department is no longer on a Level 3 alert. We'll tell you what this means this morning.

3,500 people possibly exposed to HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. They are patients that may have been exposed by Doctor Alfred Brown, who ran a dental office for years that was shut down July 1. We'll explain what the health department is asking you to do if you have been a patient in the past.

Ahead today, Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and the City of Memphis will launch its first "We Mean Business" symposium. The goal of the symposium is to increase equity and decrease the disparity that has prevailed for the past several decades. We'll explain what's expected this morning.

A  founding member of the Germantown Municipal School Board has resigned to take a job out of state. We'll explain who that is and what it means going forward on WMC5 this morning.

DNC day 1 is in the books, marred by division, protests, boos and jeers. Much of the unrest comes from the Bernie Sanders supporters who are not happy with the DNC and the leaked emails. It ended with the appearance of more unity that how it began. We'll explain the good bad and the ugly on WMC Action News 5 this morning.

We're now just 10 days away from the first day of the Olympics in Rio, but before the athletes head to the games, they have to stop in Houston to pick up the USA gear. We'll have more on the summer games this morning.

Triple digit heat and humidity today. Chance of storms later this week. Details on the day and the week ahead with weather and traffic no more than 7 minutes away on WMC Action News 5.

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Authentic items up for auction for Elvis Week 2016 

Accused shoplifters get lifetime ban from Walmart 

We invite you to join us this morning! We are live from 4:30-7am on WMC Action News 5 with all of your news, weather, and traffic.

Andrew Douglas