5 Things You Need to Know this Tuesday morning

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WET MORNING RUSH HOUR:
Expect wet pavement for our morning rush hour in Indiana this morning. The rain started moving in to the western part of the state at about 1 a.m. and now just about everyone has received some rain. The rain moves along with the front and by afternoon, we'll see some sunshine and a high of 83. Watch Chuck's full forecast.

POLICE SERVE SEARCH WARRANT AT HOME OF MISSING BABY:
Metro police are searching the home of the parents in connection with the disappearance of a 1-month-old Delano Wilson. Crime scene investigators have been on the scene all night searching inside and outside the home, taking photos, and removing some items as they continue their search. An IMPD spokesperson said the search was part of the investigative process and was not connected to new information in the case. Learn more about the case.

SCHOOL 'HEARTBROKEN' OVER STUDENT'S DEATH:
Ben Davis 9th Grade Center students learned Monday that the badly burned body of a teen found Sunday was one of their own. The body of the 15-year-old female, whose name is expected to be released after an autopsy Tuesday, was found burned behind a home on Elder Avenue. Police believe she killed elsewhere and then brought to the location and burned. Police are asking anyone with information to please come forward.

IRSAY TO APPEAR IN COURT TODAY:
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is expected to be in court this morning for a change of plea hearing. Police arrested Irsay in March on two misdemeanor DUI charges. Prosecutors say he was under the influence of prescription pain killers at the time of his arrest. Learn more here.

TRIAL TODAY FOR MAN ACCUSED OF 1997 KILLING OF FRANKLIN COLLEGE STUDENT:
The mother of an Indiana college student killed nearly 17 years ago says it is time for the man convicted of her murder and rape to be executed. A court hearing is scheduled to begin today in South Bend during which attorneys for 47-year-old Michael Dean Overstreet will try to convince a judge that he's too mentally ill to face execution. Overstreet was convicted in 2000 of abducting, raping and killing 18-year-old Franklin College student Kelly Eckart of Boggstown in September 1997. Read more here.