Good Thursday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*New information for you from overnight about a deadly crash on I-10 in Lake Charles. Troop D State Police says around 8:30 P.M. near the Cameron-Creole exit, a vehicle sideswiped another and a Welsh lady was ejected.
*Investigators in California are trying to get more answers this morning after a female intern was killed by a lion at a private wild animal park.
*There's a new method to keep Westlake High students, parents and the surrounding community up-to-date about school events. It's called "Remind 101." We'll explain how the alert program works.
*There's a Louisiana lottery powerball ticket worth $10,000 that hasn't been claimed. It was bought in Carencro. We'll share those numbers with you today.
*An Australian-based liquefied natural gas company is one step closer to making a new home in Lake Charles.
*More reaction to the American flag being at half staff at the Lake Charles Citgo refinery, honoring the memory of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.