Here's a look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning:
1. Mickey Shunick's Body Believed Found
The body of Louisiana college student Mickey Shunick is believed to have been found buried in a remote wooded area about 45 miles from where she disappeared on May 19. Police say it may take three days to identify the body.
2. Hurricane Ernesto Makes Landfall
Hurricane Ernesto, the second hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic season, made landfall along the coast of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico late Tuesday. It made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 85 miles per hour and will weaken as it moves over the Yucatan. It is forecast to re-strengthen as it heads over the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
3. Wisconsin Gunman's Secret Racist Tattoo Code
A director of the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism said that the tattoos covering the Army veteran's body who killed six people at a Sikh temple on Sunday contained specific racist codes and hidden symbols showing his allegiance to a skinhead group.
Accused shooter Wade Michael Page's ex-girlfriend said he had "dropped off the face of the earth" weeks before the shooting.
4. Children's Cholesterol Down, Says Study
A government study shows that in the past decade, the proportion of kids who have high cholesterol has fallen, which is surprising since the childhood obesity rate has not changed. Some experts think that though kids might not be exercising more, they could be eating fewer trans fats.
5. All-American Volleyball Final at Olympics
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh of the U.S. women's beach volleyball team will take on the other women's Team USA players April Ross and Jennifer Kessy in an All-American volleyball final after they defeating China on Tuesday. It's the first time in Olympics history two U.S. volleyball teams will compete against each other.