New debit card scam, mosquito warning, cardiac screenings for young athletes

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

*Scammers claiming they are from Midsouth Bank are targeting people with a new debit card texting scam.  We'll have the information you need to know to protect your identity and money.

*An American is dead and two others are fighting for their lives after being infected with Ebola.  Find out what health officials are doing to try to keep this deadly virus from spreading.

*The LSU Ag Center is warning that we are now in peak mosquito season in Southwest Louisiana.  We'll tell you why they're raising the warning level through August and September.

*Mississippi's only abortion clinic can remain open after a federal appeal of a previous court ruling.  The court ruled against a law that requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a local hospital.  It's a similar law passed here in Louisiana this year.

*It's been almost one year since an Oberlin teen collapsed at baseball practice, the result of an undetected heart condition.  This morning, the boy's mother will join us for a live interview about a very low cost EKG screening for youth athletes that will be available in the coming weeks.

Make it a Sunrise day!