Good Wednesday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*Prosecutors have filed charges against the man they say went on a stabbing spree at a Texas community college. 14 people were hurt in the attack. Find out what's next for 20-year-old Dylan Quick.
*New this morning: Two Florida children allegedly kidnapped by their Louisiana parents are back on U.S. soil. We'll tell you what is being said about Cuba's cooperation to get the kids back home.
*Day three of the legislative session will focus on the state's operating budget. We'll tell you what changes we could expect and if big budget cuts are looming for cash-strapped state agencies.
*A South Korean defense ministry official says North Korea has completed preparations for a missile test that could come at any time. Protests are happening today in Seoul.
*Is the third time the charm? The Lake Area's second charter school will now have a permanent location. We will share those details with you this morning.
*Get the umbrellas handy! Meteorologist Ben Terry says rain is on the way.