Oberlin audit fall-out, rare disease profile, live Tarzan performances

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

*Arrests are made in the City of Oakdale after a revealing audit shows the city is in a poor financial state.  In just one year, the budget went from a surplus of $26,000 to a deficit of $340,000.  We'll tell you about the fall-out as this investigation continues.

*A one-year-old Lacassine girl is one of only 300 people in the entire world living with a rare disease called "CFC syndrome."  Doctors initially told her parents they might want to consider abortion because of the health problems they would face.  Hear from the mother this morning about her decision to raise her daughter in spite of the big obstacles.

*Young actors and actresses with the Children's Theatre Company in Lake Charles are warming up their vocal chords for exclusive live performances of the musical "Tarzan!"  John Bridges will be on stage with the crew this morning for a preview.

*Have you struggled to kick the smoking habit?  There's a free service in Louisiana that provides free medical, counseling and telephone support to help smokers quit.  We'll tell you how you can take advantage of this resource.

*It's a foggy start to the day.  Meteorologist Ben Terry will have your forecast and let you know when the fog is expected to clear.

Make it a Sunrise day!