Good Thursday morning to you! Britney Glaser here with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*A search resumes at daybreak this morning near Sugartown for a 77-year-old man who went missing Wednesday morning. Volunteers and sheriff's deputies searched most of the night for Kelly Reeves, who has dementia, deafness and a speech impediment.
*The Lake Charles City Council moves forward on several big issues. From blighted properties to big dogs, we'll break down the decisions made at last night's meeting.
*More students head back to school today! We'll have the lunch menus for Cameron and Beauregard Parish four day schools in our Sunrise Lunch Bunch.
*There are new concerns over potential long-term health effects for people who lived in FEMA trailers after Hurricanes Rita and Katrina. Now, nine years after the storms the CDC wants to create a registry of everyone who lived in a FEMA trailer and evaluate their health.
*"Ticket to Work" is a program designed to help people with disabilities find work in the Lake Area. We'll tell you about an orientation this morning to connect people with jobs.