Sunrise To Go: Wednesday, November 20 - News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise To Go: Wednesday, November 20

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Here are 10 things Kentuckiana will be talking about today:

1. Quick warm upWe begin a short warming trend this afternoon that will keep temperatures above freezing for a couple nights. The WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team has rain in this week's forecast.

2. Person of interest – Police are searching for a man they say is a person of interest after a woman's body was found inside of an Indiana apartment.

3. Labor discussionsThe U.S. Secretary of Labor is visiting Louisville today to take part in a round-table discussion with local workers on the need for an increased federal minimum wage.

4. Job fair – Horseshoe Casino Southern Indiana is hosting a job fair to hire people for their new restaurant, The Spread Buffet.

5. Kynect sign-up session – Metro Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton will host a forum for residents of west Louisville who have questions about the Affordable Care Act. It's a chance to learn what you need to do to sign up for insurance through the state's healthcare connection, Kynect.

6. Bridge blasting – Blasting to prepare for the new tunnel in east Louisville is scheduled today at about 11:30 a.m. and again at around 2:15 p.m. Traffic on KY 841 and U.S. 42 will be stopped before and during the blasting events. Each week there's major construction going on related to the bridges project, make sure you Know Before You Go.

7. Laid to rest – Funeral services will take place today for the victims of a double-murder suicide in Meade County, Kentucky. They will be held at 2 p.m. at the Hager Funeral Home in Brandenburg.

8. Red Kettle Campaign The Salvation Army kicked off the annual Red Kettle Campaign last week and bell ringers are out in full force today. Please give to the cause when you see those red kettles at area Kroger stores, mall and other locations.

9. Sold-out screening – This evening area residents will get to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire before it's out in theaters. The Jennifer Lawrence Foundation put on the event to benefit St. Mary's Center, which provides services to adults and teens with intellectual disabilities.

10. New shelter – The Jefferson Street Baptist Center is celebrating the opening of their new laundry room and restroom facilities for the area's homeless population. The renovation cost around $175,000 and was privately funded.

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