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

What we're working on Thursday morning

Good Thursday morning!

We are following an overnight standoff that is ongoing as I write this. We are live at the scene and we'll have the latest information this morning including what happened before deputies swarmed a house in Millington. Neighbors and traffic are impacted from this. SWAT is on scene. We'll explain how this began and give you updates throughout the morning.

A deadly hit and run in Midtown near Overton Square. There is so much foot traffic there. We'll explain what police are saying happened and the kind of car they are looking for this morning.

Collierville's Animal Shelter is adding a new feature to help their animals get adopted faster. It's called a "Real Life Room." It's meant to simulate how a potential pet will respond to the average living area of a residence. We'll show you it this morning.

There is a lawsuit filed against the City of Memphis by four people named in a so-called City Hall "blacklist," meaning they require escorts in the public building. We'll have more on the allegations of surveillance and social media tracking.

More than five months ago, a Memphis mother, Keila Freeman, vanished without a trace. Now, her loved ones are trying to support her two children and at the same time, figure out what happened to her. Hear from her family this morning.

Weather:
Warm and breezy today. Rain possible Friday. There is a cooler weekend on tap. Details on the day and the weekend on WMC Action News 5 with weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away all morning long.

Here are the top stories on wmcactionnews5.com:

Man found hanging naked, upside down from Mississippi tree 

Woman warns of potential dangerous strategy 

MPD: Woman, man killed in murder-suicide 

Man dies after hit-and-run near Overton Square 

'Dr. Death' trained in Memphis before maiming, killing patients 

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

Andrew Douglas
Anchor

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