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Sunrise to Go: Monday, March 10

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Here are the top 10 things you need to know today:

1:  Weather Warm-up: Expect a warmer day today! We could see mid to upper 60s on the thermometers! How long will it last? Brian Goode says you may not need a coat today, but don't pack it away just yet.

2: Murder Arrest: A 44-year-old was found murdered in his home on Thursday and police have made an arrest in the case.                

3: Clark Memorial Bridge Changes: Big changes are coming to the Clark Memorial Bridge that will impact all drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. Starting today, as part of the Ohio River Bridges Project there will be lane restrictions and by late May the entire bridge will be shut down to all traffic.

4: Murder Pleas: Families of unsolved murder victims are pleading the public for information to help solve the crimes.

5: Murder Arrest: The woman accused of shooting and killing her boyfriend during a domestic dispute was arrested last week and will be arraigned this morning.  

6: Woman Hit: Early Sunday morning, a woman was hit and killed by a van when she apparently stumbled into the road after leaving a Preston Highway restaurant.

7: Daylight Saving: A bill has been filed to end Daylight Saving here in Kentucky.  The bill would change this part of Kentucky to Central Time.

8: Happening Today: Officials welcome the first new residents to the revitalized Sheppard Square this morning. The $96.5 million project includes 454 new homes.

9: Happening Today: The Jewish Community Center is holding a seasonal job fair today for those 16 or older.

10: Red Cross: The Red Cross needs your help: blood supplies are low! The Holiday Hero St. Patrick's Day Blood Drive takes place March 12 from noon till 7 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel located at 830 Phillips Lane. Participants will receive a free green Red Cross t-shirt, enjoy Irish stew, potato soup and will be eligible to win Panera bagels for a year.

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