Code Orange Alert today, NASA reps in Memphis today, More Memphis police officers set to hit the streets, Teens may be missing important vaccines

Good Tuesday morning!

Here are some of the stories we're following for you this morning:

There is a code orange alert set for today in Memphis and other parts of the Mid-South.  We will explain what that means, the concerns about the air quality today and who is the most likely to be affected.

NASA representatives are in Memphis for a contracting outreach forum. The purpose is to help businesses learn how they can become NASA suppliers, subcontractors or service providers. We'll explain where this will be later today.

Teens may be missing important vaccines because parents don't know when or if they need them. We'll explain the findings of a new study this morning.

Memphis mayor Jim Strickland announced 50 prospects passed their latest physical for the Memphis police academy. Their class will run from August to January. The current class graduates in four weeks. We'll tell you what that means for law enforcement on the streets in Memphis.

A Tennessee staple is part of Made in America week in the nation's capital. President Donald Trump signed a proclamation at the White House ushering in the new tradition he created to buy American and hire American. We'll tell you about the local company representing the state of Tennessee at the White House this week.
Hottest week of the summer thus far, hot and dry all week.  Heat index could be triple digits through parts of the week. Details on the day and the week ahead with weather and traffic no more than 7 mins away on WMC Action News 5.

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Andrew Douglas