Good Monday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*The man indicted for manslaughter in the November killing of a Lake Charles pastor may be getting out of jail soon. That is if Woodrow Karey's bond is reduced low enough during today's scheduled hearing.
*DeRidder residents have a new set of trash rules to live by. Find out how this new ordinance will impact residents if they put out their trash cans too early or leave them out too late after collection day.
*A dolphin rescue is caught on camera at Holly Beach. You don't want to miss the video of two local hunters as they happen upon a dolphin stranded in shallow water.
*Tributes continue this morning around Louisiana for a man best known for his blue dogs. We will take a look back at the life of artist George Rodrigue.
*Is a dog or cat on your child's Christmas wish list this year? We might have the animal you're looking for in today's Sunrise Pet Shop!
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For years, people who lost money in scams have had almost no chance of recovering their funds. but now, there's an exception for those who used Western Union to wire money to a scammer.More >>
Tonight, skies will be clear and we will have little to no chance for rain. Tonight will be much cooler. We had a cold front come through early this morning and that decreased the dew point and cleared the sky of any clouds. This will allow temperatures to fall. South of I-10 will be in the mid to upper 30s, while north of I-10 will be in the freezing temperatures. As we go through this week, the weather will be nothing less than perfect!More >>
Authorities say a convicted sex offender was arrested after he began masturbating in front of a female employee at a local business. Goldyn Briggs, 27, was arrested on charges of obscenity after he allegedly exposed himself to a female employee as she was assisting him. Briggs had entered the business on Dec. 5 and applied for employment.More >>
Organizers with the USS Orleck Naval Museum are hosting "Christmas Cuts for Veterans" this year. Local veterans can get a free haircut aboard the USS Orleck from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 18. Several area stylists and barbers are volunteering to provide haircuts in the ships barber shop. If you would like more information or to volunteer your services you are asked to call 337-214-7447. Copyright 2017 KPLC. All rights reserved.More >>