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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Sochi

The countdown is on! We're one year away from the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. We'll take a look at preparations underway. Plus, will skier Lindsey Vonn be ready for the games after a crash in Austria Tuesday?

While You Were Sleeping

At least five people are dead after a powerful earthquake triggers a tsunami just off the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. 

New Details

The Alabama boy rescued from an underground bunker is celebrating his sixth birthday today with his family. Meanwhile, we're learning more about the daring rescue of Ethan after he was held hostage for nearly a week. Don't miss this new information coming up at 6 a.m. on Sunrise.

Boy Scouts Vote

The executive board of the Boy Scouts of America is expected to vote on its ban of gay members and leaders. That's coming up around 5:30 and 6:30.

Need Tax Help?

Emily Mieure will have more on how you can get help filing your taxes for free, thanks to some students at USI. She's live on campus.

How about a Gun with that Diamond?

We're taking you to North Carolina where a jewelry store is offering an unusual Valentine's Day promotion. Don't miss this around 5:57.

Anchor Man 2

A familiar funny girl and "bridesmaid" will be starring in the new Anchor Man 2 flick. We'll tell you about that around 5:40 a.m.

 

Stay classy, Tri-State! We'll see you on Sunrise.

Beth

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