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Sunrise to Go: Thursday, February 27

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

1.  More wintry weather - Expect bitter cold today, but two storm systems headed our way could bring more snow and ice to WAVE Country in the coming days.  WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team Meteorologist Christie Dutton pinpoints the storms' arrivals in her weekend forecast

2.  Family trapped – Five family members, including three children, were trapped when their pickup truck overturned in a water-filled ditch in southern Indiana on Wednesday. Read how a passerby accidentally found them, leading to their rescue.

3.  Hiring Our Heroes - Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer of Kentucky will speak today during a job fair for veterans and military spouses. Click here for more information and a link to register to attend the job fair.  

4.  Board or badge? – A Louisville Metro Council member has to chose between his job and his seat on the board. Read why by clicking on this link. 

5.  Bank robbery arrest – A man accused of robbing a bank in Jeffersonville on Monday was taken into custody in Louisville Wednesday night. A Jeffersonville police officer was injured in a crash while clearing the street other officers responding to the robbery.     

6.  Southern Indiana drug arrests - 38 people were arrested Wednesday in a southern Indiana drug roundup, and police are looking even more suspects. Click here to see all 38 mugshots.

7.  Pipeline bill clears committee - Read why a House committee cleared a bill banning builders from using eminent domain to construct the Bluegrass Pipeline.

8.  Music Festival - It started as a small grassroots music effort in the River City 12 years ago. Today, Forecastle brings people from all over the world to Louisville.

9.  Cannabis bill approved - Emotional testimony from a mother who says she needs cannabis oil to treat her young son's medical condition brought sympathy from a Kentucky Senate committee on Wednesday.

10. New summer fun- The way you and your family spend your summer this year could soon change. Click here to see the progress being made at Kentucky Kingdom and to find out when the Louisville amusement park will reopen.

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