5 Things You Need to Know this Monday morning

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COOLER TEMPS WITH CHANCE OF SHOWERS TODAY:
Temps will reach the low 70s today with a slight chance of a shower or storm. A high of 73 is expected today, and tonight could be close to a record low of 52 degrees.Tomorrow looks much the same, with highs in the mid 70s, and a slight chance of an afternoon shower or storm. Watch Nicole's full forecast.

BACK TO CLASS FOR SOME SCHOOLS THIS WEEK:
Believe it or not, it's back to school for some school systems this week. Warren Township schools are among those headed back today. Parents and students are scrambling to get ready. Check out Sunrise Reporter Kris Kirschner's story for tips on sending your kiddos back to class.

POLICE INVESTIGATE CARMEL MURDER-SUICIDE:
A man and woman are dead this morning - the victims of a murder suicide around 8 p.m. Sunday along Somerset Way near 116th Street and Gray Road in Carmel. Police arrived to find 38-year-old David Hall and 40-year-old Shannon Hall shot to death. Police are unsure who the shooter was. Others were home at the time. Learn more details here.

ONE MAN ACCUSED OF RICHMOND HILL EXPLOSION TO ASK FOR CHANGE OF VENUE:
One of the suspects in the deadly Richmond Hill explosion could learn today if there will be a change of venue for his trial. Today's hearing is for Mark Leonard. He, along with his girlfriend Monserrate Shirley and half-brother Bob Leonard, are accused of murder and arson in the explosion that killed two people and badly damaged several homes in that south side neighborhood. Learn more about the case.

TRIAL TODAY FOR MAN ACCUSED OF ROBBING AND MURDERING INDY MAN:
A murder trial begins this morning for a man accused of robbing and murdering an Indianapolis man. Prosecutors say Corey Davis and two other men attacked Samuel Martinez and robbed him at his east side home in 2012. Read about the other two men's sentences.