Changes in Mossville, man buried in garden, foster care help

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

*Sasol hopes to close off or partially abandon some streets in the Mossville area, but first needs zoning approval from Calcasieu Parish.  We'll take you to last night's meeting to hear what Mossville residents had to say about their changing community.

*A Baton Rouge man is accused of killing his elderly roommate and burying him in their home's garden.  Find out how police made the discovery and the charges the man now faces.

*U.S. Senator David Vitter has asked the state health agency to investigate allegations that a Louisiana abortion provider is violating patients' privacy rights.  Well tell you what sparked the concerns.

*In this morning's The New Family Tree, I'll introduce you to a police 10-year-old boy named Tyrene.  He is legally free to be adopted and desperately wants a family.  We'll also have a live interview with Noelle Mills, the creator of an organization named "Glean" that needs your help filling the gap with children in foster care.

Make it a Sunrise day!