Sunrise To Go: Thursday, March 13 - News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise To Go: Thursday, March 13

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

1. Sunny but cool todayChristie Dutton of the WAVE 3 Storm Tracking Team says we get a big boost in temperatures tomorrow as we're ready to start the weekend.

2. Big 10 Tournament: Indiana University will tip off at noon in the Big 10 Tournament today.

3. AAC Tournament: University of Louisville will play their first game in the AAC tournament today at 3p.m. Kendrick Haskins is traveling with the team.

4. Ban The Box Ordinance: The Metro Council could take up the Ban the Box Ordinance this evening during their regular council meeting.

5. Woman charged in prostitution ring– Police say Abigail Lee Frazier is the woman behind a prostitution ring, setting up customers with herself or one of her girls. Find out how she was caught and what other charges she is facing.

6. Milton Madison Bridge: Plans to replace a five-foot square truss bearing that dislodged on a bridge Tuesday are in place. If everything goes as planned the slide will start and take all day

7. General Assembly deals with budget: Kentucky lawmakers approved new taxes and fees in a $20 billion budget. The House said yes to a penny and a half increase in state's gas tax as well as a tax on instant racing games. A vote to spend the budget is expected today.

8. Veteran's job fair: A special hiring event for veterans and military spouses will take place at Papa John's Cardinal stadium from 11 a.m. to 3. p.m. today.

9. Texas Roadhouse fundraiser for fatal fire family: Texas Roadhouse and the Hughes family will have a fundraiser today in Clarksville Indiana. The event will take place from 4 p.m. till close.

10. History making vote: Kentucky's House passed legislation allowing doctors to use a limited form of cannabis for medical purposes. Find out who will be able to use it and how.

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