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

Good Wednesday!!

The Memphis City Council voted to approve a plan that would move the rapidly growing Wiseacre Brewery into the long vacant Mid-South Coliseum. We'll explain the plan on WMC Action News 5.

This week, a trial for a man accused of murdering a Memphis pastor is gaining more attention. Robert Reed is accused of shooting the pastor in the head after he reportedly solicited a prostitute. Details this morning on WMC Action News 5.

Ahead today, the ninth annual Economic Development Forum is gaining more attention.  The conference focuses on strategies used by local, regional and national public and private companies to engage diverse suppliers. We'll explains what this means this morning.

A break-in suspect is caught on camera in one Memphis neighborhood using an unusual tactic to help in his crime spree...lawn furniture. We'll show you the video this morning.

In Florida, there is new concern this morning--the local Zika virus outbreak cases may have spread hundreds of miles from Miami to the Tampa area. We'll explain some of the biggest factors of concern this morning.

A choking hazard prompted the recall of about 91,000 building play sets for babies. We'll show it to you this morning.

Weather:
It's hot out there! Temps in the 90s later today. Heat index in the triple digits. Some clouds out there. Details in the day and week ahead on WMC Action News 5 with weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away.

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com :

Granny scam avoided thanks to Sylvania-area Kroger cashier 

Arrest warrant: Mother put newborn in refrigerator for hours, killing him 

RAW EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Suspect inside JPD cruiser involved in crash 

Muscogee Co. bus crash leaves driver dead, 7 kids injured 

Ole Miss dorm rooms get national attention 


Join us this Wednesday morning from 4:30-7am with all of your news, weather, and traffic on WMC Action News 5.

Andrew Douglas
Anchor

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