Happy Thursday morning to you! Britney Glaser here in the KPLC 7Newsroom with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*A boil advisory is still in effect for those living in the Starks area, including Starks High School. We'll tell you what led to a water supply system breakdown and what's being done to repair it today.
*U.S. Senator David Vitter of Louisiana introduces a bill to require food stamp recipients to show a valid photo ID at the register. It's part of an effort to prevent fraud. Find out what spurred this action and why Vitter is pushing this legislation.
*Several animals are stolen from a Shreveport area animal shelter and the teenaged thieves are caught on tape. Six Pit Bulls are missing, as well as a cat, vaccination drugs and several pounds of dog food.
*Residents in Welsh are split over a new ticket system for speeders along I-10. We'll tell you how speeders won't get pulled over for breaking the law, but they can expect a ticket in the mail.
*Several people in Southwest Louisiana have died as a result of the flu this season. In my Healthcast you'll hear what's making this flu season so severe and the strain of flu that's sickening younger people.
*It's Throwback Thursday and today we are throwing it back to our favorite game shows! From Supermarket Sweep to Press Your Luck, we'll share our favorites - but we want to hear from you, too. Let us know your favorite throwback game on our Sunrise facebook page.