5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: Bitter Cold Continues, More School Delays, Armed Robbery Suspect Search, 2 Killed at Gas Station, State of the Union Reaction
BITTER COLD CONTINUES:
It's bitterly cold again. But there is a warm up in the forecast. The highs today will be in the low 20s. It's still cold this morning though with a Wind Chill Advisory until noon and single digits for the morning rush hour. We have a chance for light snow Thursday and Friday night and a wintry mix with a high near 40 degrees Saturday. Tune in to Sunrise for Chuck's full forecast.
MORE SCHOOL DELAYS:
While most schools are returning to their normal schedules today, there are still 89 closings and delays. Click here for the most up to date list.
ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT SEARCH:
Fishers police are searching for the person who robbed a Circle K at 96th and Allisonville Road overnight. An employee there says a man with a knife came into the store just after two this morning and demanded money. Then, the robber ran out of the store. No one was hurt. We will have the latest on this story on Sunrise at 6:30.
2 KILLED AT GAS STATION
IMPD is investigating the 11th and 12th murders of the new year.Metro police say, two people were ambushed and killed in a gas station parking lot. It happened at the Citgo at 19th and Rural, just south of I-70 and Keystone Avenue yesterday evening. Police are hoping security footage captured the killer. No word yet on a suspect or motive.
STATE OF THE UNION
President Obama is back on the road again today after his State of the Union address. He's hoping to gain support for the agenda he laid out last night. The President will make stops in Maryland and Pittsburgh to talk about the economy. Tomorrow he will continue his tour in Milwaukee and Nashville to discuss education. Watch the Today Show at 7 for a breakdown of the President's agenda and reaction from members of both parties.