5 Things You Need to Know this Wednesday morning

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MORNING TEMPS IN 50s WITH FOG, BUT WILL RISE TO UPPER 70s TODAY:
The rain is gone, but the fog is in parts of the area this morning. The fog will burn off later today, but watch for some areas of dense fog, especially south of Indianapolis. It is really cool today, with temps in the 50s this morning. Expect a mix of sun and clouds today, with a noon temperature near 72 degrees and highs in the upper 70s. Allergy sufferers may have to have a tissue handy because the pollen count will be high the next three days. Watch Chuck's full forecast.

MINTONYE STUDENTS BACK IN SCHOOL BUILDING EIGHT MONTHS AFTER TORNADO:
It's a big day for students in Tippecanoe County. Mintonye Elementary School students are back in class after a tornado hit the school eight months ago. Many parts of the building were damaged in the tornado and students had to relocate to other schools until repairs could be made. Watch Carrie Cline's story to learn more about the newly repaired school.

POLICE RAID LARGE STEROID LAB IN RUSHVILLE HOME, COUPLE ARRESTED:
A husband and wife were arrested Tuesday after Rushville Police say they broke up an illegal steroid ring the couple were operating out of their home. David E. Starkey, 39, and his wife, Holly Starkey, 34, were arrested for dealing a controlled substance, a level 2 felony. Police are calling it the largest anabolic steroid lab ever found in the state of Indiana. Read more here.

GREG ODEN'S INITIAL HEARING SET FOR TODAY:
NBA player Greg Oden faces a felony battery charge and two misdemeanor battery charges in connection with his arrest last week in Lawrence. He was due in court Tuesday, but the hearing was rescheduled for 9 a.m. today. The former Lawrence North basketball star, who is currently a free agent after playing with the Miami Heat, was arrested on charges that he struck his ex-girlfriend during an argument. Learn more about the case.

WOMAN ONLY SLIGHTLY HURT AFTER TIRE CRASHES THROUGH WINDSHIELD:
A driver on Interstate 465 survived a scary incident when a tire crashed through her windshield Tuesday. The woman was driving north on I-465 at Rockville Road around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday when the tire and wheel came off a car that was merging onto southbound I-465. The tire smashed the windshield and roof of the woman's car. Read more here.