5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS MORNING

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WINTER STORM WARNING:

The much talked about developing winter storm moves into Central Indiana tomorrow. Sleet, ice, and snow are all possible for our state. This is a look at what we're thinking for snow totals Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. These potential totals could change based on the track of the system, and if more ice/sleep mixes in the snow totals will be knocked down. Before that winter weather gets here, enjoy the sunshine with highs today in the mid 20s. Watch Eyewitness News Sunrise, for the latest on Chuck's forecast

ESCAPED KILLER ON THE LOOSE:

Officials say man serving life behind bars for murder in four 1993 deaths in Michigan has escaped from prison and may have abducted a woman before she got away in Indiana. 40-year-old Michael David Elliot was discovered missing around 9:30 p.m. Last from the Ionia Correctional Facility in mid-Michigan. Police say Elliot may have abducted a woman from Ionia using a knife or box cutter and drove to Elkhart in Indiana, where they stopped for gas. The woman was able to escape at the gas station and call police. Elliot left and is still at large. Elliot is serving life sentences for first-degree murder. He also has convictions for arson and armed robbery. He was last seen driving a red Jeep Liberty with Michigan plates.

ARMED ROBBERY ON THE NORTH SIDE:

Two men are in custody, and one is still on the run, after an armed robbery on the north side. It happened just after midnight, in the Carlton apartments. Detectives say three men knocked on an apartment door, stormed in with two guns, took cell phones and cash, then ran out. Police spotted the suspects running and caught two of them. Officers are still looking for a third man, and the weapons. Tune to Sunrise at 6:30 for the latest on this developing story.

SUPER BOWL

Russell Wilson methodically tossed a pair of touchdown passes and the Seattle Seahawks captured their first NFL championship with a dominating 43-8 victory over mistake-prone Denver in Super Bowl 48. It was the most lopsided Super Bowl since Dallas beat Buffalo 52-17 in 1993.

Tune in to Sunrise at 6:50 for a live report from New York from Kevin Rader. Hear what the Indianapolis Super Bowl Committee learned during their visit to Super Bowl 48, plus how this Super Bowl Village compared to Indy's.

RUSSIAN SCHOOL SHOOTING:

Moscow police say an armed teenager burst into his school today and killed a security guard and a teacher before being taken into custody. Police say an officer who responded to an alarm was wounded. No children were hurt.

(the Associated Press contributed to this report)