MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From the latest in the Supreme Court replacement drama to rising sea levels attributed to climate change, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Feb. 23.

Latest On Supreme Court

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Senators will meet for their regular weekly lunch meeting Tuesday.

But this time there’s something new on the table: filling the open Supreme Court seat left the by late Justice Antonin Scalia.

Republicans have already signaled they won’t consider anyone nominated by President Barack Obama.

But the president says he will move forward with a nomination.

Disturbing Colorado Unborn Baby Case

Jurors in Boulder, Colorado will continue to deliberate the fate of a woman accused of using Craigslist to lure a pregnant woman to her basement and then cutting the baby from her.

Dynel Lane faces charges of attempted first-degree murder, assault and unlawful termination of a pregnancy.

Her attorneys argue she should instead be convicted of attempted manslaughter, pointing to the disorganized crime scene.

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After last year’s attack, the unborn baby girl died and expectant mother had serious injuries.

Sea Levels & Climate Change

A new study finds sea levels are rising faster than they have in the past 2,800 years.

Scientists say it’s clear that rising temperatures from man-made climate change are to blame.

They predict the rate will accelerate, with sea levels increasing a couple feet or more.

Burger King Hot Dogs

Burger King will become the biggest restaurant seller of hot dogs in the country.

The fast-food chain — best known for its Whopper — adds a classic grilled dog and a chili cheese dog to the menu at its roughly 7,100 U.S. locations.

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The launch has Burger King poised to steal a sizable bite of a market dominated by convenience stores, wholesale clubs and retailers like Home Depot.