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Sunrise to Go: Olympic Edition – Monday, February 10

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US women's slopestyle competitor, Jamie Anderson (AP Photo/Sergei Grits) US women's slopestyle competitor, Jamie Anderson (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)
(AP Photo/Gero Breloer). United States' Bode Miller looks up from the finish area after finishing the men's downhill at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer). United States' Bode Miller looks up from the finish area after finishing the men's downhill at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
9 members of a Muhlenberg County family who died in a house fire now rest in peace together. 9 members of a Muhlenberg County family who died in a house fire now rest in peace together.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The Winter Olympics continue today in Sochi, Russia and on NBC and WAVE 3 News! Here are five things you need to know about the games:

1. Slopestyle debut – A new event in this year's games, Sunday's snowboard slopestyle was full of crashes, splashes, face plants, even a cracked helmet. Find out how USA's Jamie Anderson did on the course thought by some to be too tough for women.

2. Russia's return to gold – In the first figure skating event of the Sochi Games, Russia stood atop the medals podium. It signals the country's return to the top of a sport it had owned for decades. Find out how the American team did in the event Sunday.

3. Bode Miller surprise – Most everyone, the 36-year-old American included, thought he had a realistic shot at becoming the oldest Alpine gold medalist in Winter Games history. Find out how his run went in Sunday's race.

4. Life goes on – You probably heard Russia adopted a law last year, prohibiting vaguely defined propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations and pedophilia. Gay rights activists have spoken out against the law. Read what it's like to be gay in Sochi from people who live there.

5. What's on tonightClick here for the full schedule of Olympic events throughout the day and during NBC primetime beginning tonight at 8.

WAVE3.com and the WAVE 3 News app are your digital portals to complete Sochi Olympics coverage. Stay up to date with what's going on by visiting the Olympic Zone and our special Sochi Olympics section. You can also register for breaking news alerts out of Sochi -- including competition spoiler alerts -- by visiting this page on WAVE3.com.

Now here are five other things Kentuckiana will be talking about today:

1. Closings and delays – After another round of snow this weekend, many students are getting a day off today. Others will still go to school but get a little extra time in bed this morning. Get the full list of closings and delays by clicking here.

2. No warm up in sight – The snow may be over, but temperatures will struggle to get into the 20s today, so bundle up! The WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team does have some hope to get above freezing in your 10 day forecast.

3. Shooting victim – Police are investigating a shooting after the victim was dropped off at Kosair Hospital.

4. Fatal hotel fire – Fire broke out at the Days Inn in Shepherdsville early Sunday morning and one woman was found dead at the scene. Find out what the hotel manager thinks may have caused the blaze.

5. Remembering the Watsons – Nine members of a Muhlenberg County family who died when their house burned to the ground are now in their final resting place. The mourners filled a high school auditorium over the weekend to remember the victims.

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