Good Monday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's ahead on today's Sunrise:
*An update to the exhaustive search for a North Louisiana man kidnapped at gunpoint last week. Authorities believe they have found the body of Tony Procell, who they say was kidnapped by a Natchitoches police officer. We are set to have a live report from the possible rural grave site this morning.
*The U.S. Justice Department sues the State of Louisiana to block school vouchers in districts that are still under a desegregation order. Find out how many school districts this could affect.
*When children act out, parents take different approaches to address the behavior. We'll have a story this morning that shows how one Sulphur grandparent went all the way to the White House for help.
*Topping national headlines this morning: four Navy destroyers sit in the Mediterranean waiting for word from President Obama on whether to take aim at Syria. This comes after a team of United Nations inspectors finally got the OK to look at the site where more than 300 people died in what's believed to be a chemical attack.