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

Here's a peek at our Friday morning headlines

Happy Friday!!

A Downtown Memphis developer indicted this week in Palm Springs on bribery charges has now retired. John Wessman was expected to transform the College of Art build into a boutique hotel. We'll tell you if this shakeup could affect Memphis projects.

Germantown school leaders want your help with a new elementary school. An announcement is expected soon. We'll tell you what we know this morning.

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam weighing in on the scandal surrounding Tennessee State Representative Mark Lovell from East Shelby County. We'll tell you what he said this morning.

Good News for Memphis-based FedEx. Today the company was named number 11 on Fortune's Most Admired Companies list.     

We're giving a high 5 kids to North Mississippi students showing appreciation for law enforcement.

A massive fight at Whitehaven high. The reason police say a teen and his mom got into it at the school. A deputy was hurt. We'll explain.

On the heels of its own plan last week, followed by Verizon's, Sprint is upping its previous offer of unlimited talk, text and data.

Weather:

Sunny and mild today with highs near 70. We're talking about a warm weekend and a chance of some showers. Details with weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away on WMC Action News 5.

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com :

PHOTO: Man in wheelchair ecstatic in birth announcement photo shoot 

Deadly spider, killer snake clash in Facebook battle royale 

FBI arrests man in Myrtle Beach allegedly planning attack 'in the spirit of Dylann Roof' 

Store employee killed during robbery at strip mall in Hickory Hill 

Arrest of hotel developer not expected to impact Memphis projects 

We invite you to turn us on this morning and get ready for a fantastic Friday! We are live from 4:30-7 a.m. on WMC Action News 5.

Andrew Douglas
Anchor

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