Good Monday morning to you! Britney Glaser here with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*The push is on to get Americans signed up for Obamacare before tonight's deadline. With open enrollment now down to its final hours, sign-up centers around the country are experiencing a last minute surge of enrollments.
*A delegation from Southwest Louisiana plays a role in the decision to reopen Phelps Correctional Center in DeQuincy. Find out what's next for this property and the impact it's expected to have on surrounding areas.
*Before construction begins on a new jail in Jeff Davis Parish, there's some work that needs to be done on maintenance and operation costs. Find out about the proposed sales tax that is now up to voters and a meeting that will take place tonight for more information.
*We're opening the Sunrise Pet Shop this morning to introduce you to a furry friend in need of a home. Don't miss that segment at 6:15.
*We guarantee a big smile with our favorite story of the day! Welsh High School students make a dream come true over the weekend for a fellow student with down syndrome. We'll show you the newly crowned Prom King in all of his glory!
*Meteorologist Ben Terry says we have a beautiful day in store and a nice start to the work week. When will rain return? He'll have that answer in the forecast.