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 Tuesday morning!

Several sex offenders have been arrested in Memphis. Some of them were arrested as part of "Operation Blackout," an operation by law enforcement across the state to make sure sex offenders were in compliance on Halloween. We'll detail some of the arrests on WMC Action News 5 this morning.

Voting machines were found secure with after a weekend break-in at a polling place. The break-in happened early Sunday morning at Greater Middle Baptist Church's Early Voting location on Knight Arnold. We'll explain what police are saying about it.

This morning, a child is recovering after he was hit by a car on South Parkway.  He was at a fall festival at his church when he ran across the street. We have updated information on the boy and on the crash this morning.

Mississippi's Governor is asking a federal appeals court to uphold a religious objections state law. The law allowed merchants and government employees to cite religious beliefs to deny or delay services to same-sex couples.
 
Grammy-winning artist Bruno Mars is being sued over his song "Uptown Funk."Parts of award winning song were recorded here in Memphis at Royal Studios. We'll explain the reason behind the lawsuit this morning

Weather:
We broke a record high yesterday...temps are expected to remain in the mid-80s this morning. Cooler weather should arrive on Friday. Details on the day and week ahead on WMC Action News with weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away.

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com:

PHOTOS: Tour the newly opened Guest House at Graceland 

FIRST LOOK: Go inside Union Avenue Kroger 

TBI launches map of registered sex offenders 

Skimmer's row: thieves' favorite gas stations for skimming credit cards 

Child with Down syndrome to star in OshKosh modeling campaign 

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

Andrew Douglas
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