5 Things to Know This Morning

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WIND CHILL ADVISORY:

Look for a Wind Chill Advisory to continue until 9 am for Central Indiana. Most of the area is below zero this morning. More sunshine is in the forecast, but it stays cold with highs in the teens. This morning on Sunrise Chuck Lofton tells us how long these below freezing temperatures will last and tells us about more snow chances on the way.

IPS TWITTER CHAT:

Indianapolis Public Schools is hosting a Twitter Chat tonight, to get input from the community on what schools need in Indianapolis. The "Your Voice, Our Plan" twitter chat kicks off at 8 PM. All you have to do is tweet your concerns with the hashtag #YVOP.

NOBLESVILLE REDISTRICTING:

Noblesville Schools will hold a forum tonight to talk about re-balancing enrollment. School officials are considering a re-districting plan involving seven elementary schools, because of an influx in enrollment. The meeting is tonight at 7, at Stony Creek Elementary School.

EXPENSIVE POTHOLES:

The potholes around Central Indiana have been expensive for Hoosier drivers. AAA estimates Americans will spend five *billion dollars fixing pothole damage to their vehicles. Tune in to Sunrise at 6AM to hear from experts about how to minimize the damage to your car.

OLYMPIC UPDATE:

The U.S. is fifth in overall medal count at the Winter Olympics after picking up just one today. Julia Mancuso won bronze in the super combined skiing. Hear from her during Anne Marie Tiernon's live report from Sochi this morning at 6:10 on Sunrise.