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

Here's a look at our Tuesday morning headlines

Good morning!

Today the Memphis City Council will discuss the proposed marijuana ordinance here in the City of Memphis. It would essentially make simple possession a citation. Memphis Police Director Mike Rallings has made it clear he is opposed to the ruling. We'll explain the back and forth this morning.

Tremaine Wilbourn will be in court this morning for the murder of Sean Bolton. He was the MPD officer who was shot and killed more than a year ago. Investigators say he shot and killed Bolton after he interrupted a drug deal. We'll preview the details of the case this morning.

We are also covering everything related to the terror arrest in NJ yesterday. We are learning new details this morning on WMC Action News 5. We will keep you updated in the alert center.

The campaign behind an effort to legalize casinos in three Arkansas counties is asking the state's highest court to dismiss a lawsuit trying to block votes for the ballot measure. We'll explain the issues in court this morning.

Gas prices are expected to keep rising as the gas shortage across the South continues. The shortage is due to a pipeline rupture in Alabama. We'll explain how it's affecting us this morning.

A nice and comfortable morning with temps in the 60s and low 70s right now. Sunny conditions are expected later today with highs in the 90s. Details on the day and the next chance for rain with weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away all morning long on WMC Action News 5.

Here are the top stories on :

Entire high school team kneels for national anthem

Dog with brain tumor lives long enough to see his human get married

Nashville elementary teacher arrested for recording girls in school closet

Funeral arrangements set for 10 killed in house fire

A Memphis family is searching for answers after the death of a loved one

Join us as we get you ready for this Tuesday morning! We have your news, weather, and traffic from 4:30-7am on WMC Action News 5.

Andrew Douglas

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