Sunrise To Go: Monday, January 27 - wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise To Go: Monday, January 27

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

1. Arctic air strikes again – Temperatures are dropping all day as blustery winds move in the third round of polar vortex weather. The WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team will keep you informed on any winter weather or wind chill advisories in our area.

2. Persistent cold causes shortages – With the unusually persistent cold weather our region is facing, shortages of propane and firewood are being reported as people try to stay warm.

3. Local school calendars – With all the snow and missed schools days, several districts have announced changes to their calendar year like cutting their Spring Break short or extending the year into June.

4. RSV epidemic – A respiratory virus that parents have come to fear during winter months has hit epidemic levels in Kentucky.

5. TARC route changes – TARC is making minor adjustments to five routes in January as well as adding a new Indiana express route from Sellersburg, Indiana to downtown Louisville which will be up and running today.

6. Missing man's body found – The body of a UK chef who disappeared last month from his Lexington home was found in four feet of water in the Kentucky River, according to the coroner.

7. Be the match – The family of an 8-month-old baby girl who is diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia got support from hundreds of people who registered as bone marrow donors, hoping they might save the little girl's life. If you missed out, you can still help.

8. Duck Dynasty stars in Kentucky – Louisville's Southeast Christian Church will host several nationally-known individuals and groups between April 6 and April 15, including stars of the show Duck Dynasty and Tim Tebow.

9. Katy Perry tickets – If you want to hear her roar, tickets for her August 16 concert at the KFC Yum! Center go on sale today on Ticketmaster.com.

10. Bridge blasting – Tunnel blasting to prepare for the new tunnel in east Louisville is scheduled to begin today. Surface blasting will also continue and will affect traffic. Each week there's major construction going on related to the bridges project, make sure you Know Before You Go.

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