Happy Tuesday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*Oberlin now has a new mayor to serve in the interim since Rick Smith resigned. We'll take you to last night's packed town meeting and share the results of a new audit investigating the financial problems.
*Louisiana families can now enroll in the voucher program for the next school year. Find out what you need to do before the February 28th deadline.
*An extremely rare set of naturally-conceived triplets are born in Shreveport. We'll show you the three healthy boys and hear from the young parents about this experience.
*Now is the time to score a deal on filing your taxes. Early birds will find deep discounts on some popular software, including H&R Block, Turbo Tax and Tax Act. We'll tell you how to snag the discounts.
*It's a cooler start to your day, but meteorologist Ben Terry says there will be lots of sunshine in store. Find out how much we will warm up and when we can expect to see rain in the forecast again.