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

What we're working on Thursday morning

Good Thursday morning!

Two University of Memphis football players have been suspended days before homecoming after a fight that later left one player's car riddled with bullets. We'll explain what police are saying this morning.

The Guest House at Graceland will open this morning.  It's expected to have a huge economic impact on the area.  It's all part of a big revitalization at Graceland. We will be live with what that means for Memphis and the neighborhood.

This morning, Memphis police officers are searching for a child that may be missing.  Another boy says that the same person tried to abduct him but he was able to get away. We have an update on this situation this morning.

This morning, Memphis Police Department says an attempted rapist is on the run.  They say back in September a man tried to abduct a woman at Union and Danny Thomas.  Police released a sketch of the suspect. We'll share it with you this morning.

We have a new analysis of early voting. Millions have already cast their ballots in this election. We will take a detailed look at the turnout .

This morning, investigators in Nashville are working to find out what caused a fire at the iconic Opryland Hotel.

New this morning, a Tennessee family is suing Amazon for $30 million. The reason behind the lawsuit this morning.

Highs in the 70s...small chance of rain this morning..Details on the day and the weekend on WMC Action News 5. Don't forget weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away all morning long.

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Memphis ranked #1 city for roof rats 

Join us this morning!! We are live from 4:30-7am on WMC Action News 5.

Andrew Douglas

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