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Hello Action News 5 viewers,

We hope you are having a wonderful night, and are looking forward to you joining us for Action News 5 at 10.

A Mid-South police chief is under fire after a controversial picture started circulating. That picture shows the police chief holding a sign that says "Whites Only." Janice Broach will have his defense of that picture, tonight at 10.

Memphis City Schools wants the money they are owed from the City of Memphis. We've obtained a letter from the superintendent to the mayor, but will the city pay up this time?

Funding for the city of Southaven has been held back because of controversial Mayor Greg Davis. Tonight, some city officials say they no longer need the state.

Students in North Mississippi are enjoying spring break, but not in the way you might expect this week.

Action News 5's Carrie Anderson is in Tulsa, Oklahoma as the Memphis Tigers tip-off at the C-USA Tournament.

We hope you will join us for the latest news, weather, and sports at 10 p.m.

Have a great evening.

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