Good Wednesday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's ahead on today's Sunrise:
*A shooting involving two Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office deputies sends a man to the hospital. Find out what led to them shooting him and how he's doing this morning.
*Thousands of Louisiana residents face sky-rocketing flood insurance bills. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including Louisiana's congressional delegation, are vowing to soften the blow.
*Now that the government shutdown is behind us, it's back to work on the Farm Bill. Right now the House and Senate are at odds over how much money to cut from the food stamp program. We'll tell you what's being considered.
*The threat of severe weather on Halloween has many local communities changing plans for trick-or-treating. Find out who's celebrating early tonight and what meteorologist Ben Terry says we can expect weather-wise.
*Six people are found dead in a South Carolina home after a suspected murder suicide. Hear how four children were able to escape from the home safely.