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DNA links suspect to rape at LSU/A&M game

Happy Wednesday morning to you!  Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:

*A man charged with raping a woman on the LSU campus during the LSU/Texas A&M game is in a Georgia jail this morning.  We'll tell you how DNA evidence played a critical role in this investigation.

*Good news for Beauregard Parish employees.  They will see a pay increase this holiday season.  We'll break down last night's Police Jury meeting.

*Investigators in Pineville will be back on the scene of a house fire this morning.  The twist in this story is the house is actually that of Mayor Clarence Fields.

*An amazing story of survival after a Nevada family goes missing for two days in extreme cold.  We'll tell you how they were found and what's being done to bring them back to good health today.

*We will have a live interview this morning on SOWELA'S culinary program.  Find out what the school is doing to meet the needs of the expanding hospitality industry in Southwest Louisiana.

Make it a Sunrise day!

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