Good Thursday morning to you! Britney Glaser here with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*Two Lake Charles citizens are calling for a wake-up call for the community after last week's triple homicide. Harmony Jackson and Kamie Dominic say they've lost more than 10 friends to violence since graduating from high school in 2008.
*The investigation into a deadly train accident in DeQuincy yesterday picks back up this morning. We'll tell you what led to the death of 81-year-old Curtis Sandifer.
*Opelousas Police use a new type of technology to arrest a father and son accused of trying to steal from a tractor business. Find out how the "virtual patrol police watch" works.
*Today and Saturday are the only days left to vote early for the April 6th elections. We'll take a look at some more items on the ballot.
*10 Cameron Parish bridges are slated for repair - nearly eight years after Hurricane Rita destroyed them. Find out where the funding is coming from and when the work is expected to be completed.
*Get your Easter weekend forecast with meteorologist Ben Terry!