Tuesday, December 16, 2014
At least 84 children have been killed in a Taliban attack on a school in Pakistan. A Taliban spokesman claimed responsibility for the attack and said it's in retaliation for attacks on their families and they wanted them to feel our pain. Taliban militants stormed the school in Peshawar and killed at least one security guard. The latest on Sunrise.
Australian siege latest
Sick and deeply disturbed. That's how Australian officials describe the gunman behind the Sydney siege. Before he took more than a dozen people hostage -- police say man Haron Monis had a long criminal history.
Overnight house fire
Crews respond to a house fire in the 7400 block of Eichele Dr. early this morning. We'll have the latest on this two alarm blaze in Vanderburgh County.
Evansville city council members pass an ordinance that requires board members appointed by the city, to live in the city. The council's decision will remove nearly 60 people from their positions.
Post office live
The US Postal Service is set to see record amounts of mail this holiday season. A lot of sorting, driving, even flying is required to get all the packages and cards to their destinations on time. Deanna Allbrittin is live at the post office to check in on the action.
Byron says we'll have drier weather today but it will be colder. High temps will come early, but sink during the afternoon behind a cold front. 14 Dual Doppler is mainly dry, with precipitation back late in the week with some snow possible.
So enjoy your Tuesday, and we'll see you on Sunrise.