Overturned 18-wheeler on I-10, Sunrise Pet Shop, capping TOPS - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Overturned 18-wheeler on I-10, Sunrise Pet Shop, capping TOPS

Good Monday morning to you!  Britney Glaser here with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:

*An overturned 18-wheeler on I-10 Westbound at the Opelousas Street overpass, west of 171/MLK, has traffic blocked.  Lake Charles police are detouring people to 210.  We'll keep you posted on efforts to move the truck and get traffic flowing normally again.

*With Valentine's Day just a few days away, you might be looking for a perfect gift.  How does a cuddly cat or dog sound?  We'll highlight a sweet pet in need of a home in today's Sunrise Pet Shop segment.

*Some state lawmakers say the TOPS scholarship program is getting too expensive.  Find out why Senator Dan "Blade" Morrish of Jennings is asking that the program face new limitations to keep it around longer.

*A water boil order remains in effect this morning in Oberlin.  We'll tell you what's being done this morning with water samples to try to restore service for people that have dealt with several water inconveniences over the past week.

*There's a lot in store in Sochi today for U.S. Olympians.  Hear the schedule of events and the rundown of who's in the lead with medals after a jam-packed weekend of competitions.

*Meteorologist Ben Terry says a cold front is coming to our area around lunchtime today.  Find out just how cold it will be and what parts of the state will see possible winter weather.

Make it a Sunrise day!

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