Good Tuesday morning to you! Britney Glaser here with a look at some of the stories you can see on today's Sunrise beginning at 5:00 a.m.:
*A new report out this morning says spills and explosions at refineries around the state are down, but pollution is up.
*What does the just announced Sasol expansion mean for the economic future of Southwest Louisiana and the state? We will take a deeper look at the multi-billion dollar project.
*94 percent of people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer will die within five years of finding out they have it. I sit down with one of the lucky six percent, a man in Carlyss with an amazing will to live.
*How did a six-year-old Lake Charles boy get misplaced after school yesterday? We have the report from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office.
*The family of one of the men killed in a weekend murder in Lake Charles speaks out about their son.
Make it a Sunrise day!