Happy Friday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's ahead on today's Sunrise:
*It's the next step forward in a mysterious case 20 years in the making. A hearing takes place in Mississippi today to determine if a body believed to be that of a missing Lake Charles woman can be exhumed.
*An internal investigation continues this morning after a Lake Charles police office shoots a dog while pursuing a home burglary suspect. Hear how the dog is doing today and what the owners are saying about this unfolding situation.
*With the government opened and the latest financial crisis on hold, attention in Washington turns to whether Democrats and Republicans can come up with a permanent budget plan by mid-December.
*Several movies hit the big screen this weekend, including a Halloween fright-fest "Carrie" remake and "12 Years a Slave." We'll have the box office preview.
*Speaking of movies, a Lake Charles theatre uses new technology to allow movie watching for the blind. Find out how it works!
*We have two special guests joining us this morning on Sunrise: Cookie Hauser will be showing us how to whip up a Crock Pot Cassoulet and the Beauregard Parish Elementary Student of the Year will help me share today's headlines!
*If that's not enough...Ben Terry has a look at our cooler and rainy weekend forecast.