5 Things You Need to Know this Tuesday morning

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SLEET, RAIN ON THE WAY:
Chuck Lofton is tracking rain and drizzle for Wednesday, but what does the Thanksgiving Day forecast look like? Watch his forecast here.

CORONER IDENTIFIES FOUR CHILDREN KILLED IN FLORA HOUSE FIRE:
The Carroll County coroner has identified the four girls killed in a house fire Tuesday morning in Flora. They are 5-year-old Kionnie Precious Welch, 7-year-old Kerriele Danyell McDonald, 9-year-old Keyara Janell Phillips and 11-year-old Keyana Latrice Davis. Investigators will return to the scene today in the hopes of determining what caused the blaze. Learn more here.

SERVICES TUESDAY FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY KIDS ALLEGEDLY KILLED BY THEIR MOTHER:
Services will be held Tuesday in memory of the two children killed in Montgomery County, allegedly at the hands of their own mother. Visitation for 7-year-old Tyler Worley and 3-year-old Charlee Worley is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Darlington Community Center. Their funeral will follow. More details about the case.

6 KIDS KILLED IN CHATTANOOGA SCHOOL BUS CRASH:
Six kids died and dozens were injured in a school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tenn. Monday afternoon, and the bus driver has been charged in the crash. Learn more.

LUCK ENTERS CONCUSSION PROTOCOL:
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is in the concussion protocol and may not be ready to play Thursday night at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here's what you need to know.