5 Things To Know This Morning

PHOTO: This image provided by the Westminster Colorado Police Department shows Jessica Ridgeway. Police have found an unidentified body in an Arvada, Colo., on Oct. 10, 2012, just a few miles from where Ridgeway went missing.AP Photo/Westminster Colorado Police Department
This image provided by the Westminster Colorado Police Department shows Jessica Ridgeway.

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. Remains Believed to be Missing 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway

Two enforcement sources tell ABC News that investigators have reason to believe that remains found a few miles from the Colorado home of missing Jessica Ridgeway is the body of the 10 year-old girl who went missing last week. Police stressed that a positive identification will take time.

2. Man Still Trapped in Collapsed Florida Garage

Two people have been killed and one is still trapped in the rubble after an under construction garage collapsed on the Miami-Dade College in Florida on Wednesday. Officials said one worker was freed and taken to a local hospital 12 hours after the incident.

3. Heating Bills Set to Rise 20 Percent

Americans will have to pay more to heat their homes this winter as parts of the country gear up for a colder winter than last year, according to the Energy Department's Energy Information Administration. Heating bills will rise 20 percent for heating oil customers, 15 percent for households with natural gas, 13 percent for propane customers and 5 percent for electricity customers.

4. Meningitis Outbreak Pharmacy May Have Misled Regulators

The pharmacy linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak may have misled regulators and done work beyond its state license, according to Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick. More than 130 people in 11 states have gotten sick from the rare type of meningitis.

5. Study Finds Nobel Prize Winner- Chocolate Link

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has found ties to chocolate consumption and the number of Nobel Prize winners in different countries. Research suggests that eating chocolate is a sign that sweets can boost brain power.