Sunrise to Go: Wednesday, March 19 - News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise to Go: Wednesday, March 19

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

1: Rainy Day – Tomorrow is the official first day of spring! Christie says to make sure you have your umbrella today and there could be a cold front moving in tonight. Will we see sunshine tomorrow?  

2: Crash - A man was hit by a vehicle and killed after crashing his own vehicle on Interstate 64, near Georgetown, Indiana. The coroner has now identified him as Andrew Fischer,20, of New Albany.

3: Investigation - A 9-month-old boy was removed from a home in Louisville's Chickasaw neighborhood where two people were found dead Tuesday afternoon. According to MetroSafe dispatchers, officers were called to the home in 900 block of 42nd Street when they discovered the bodies around 5 p.m.

4: Car Shot - A car window was shot outside of a children's club in west Louisville. Louisville Metro Police Department officers were called to the shooting in the 3200 block of Greenwood Avenue, outside of the Parkland Boys & Girls Club, around 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.

5: Stabbed Victim - The teenage boy who was stabbed on board a TARC bus died Tuesday afternoon, according to the Jefferson County Coroner's Office. Me'Quale Offutt, 14, was stabbed three times during an altercation early Sunday morning aboard a TARC bus near 28th Street and West Broadway in Louisville's Parkland neighborhood. He suffered injuries to his heart and had been placed in a medically-induced coma to help his heart heal.

6: Rights - A videotaped confrontation between teenagers and police led to an arrest and questions about a person's first amendment rights. It all started when a group of teenagers were on a field in Radcliff playing a military style game of airsoft.

7: Filming - According to an arrest slip, on Monday officers were dispatched to the Bardstown Road Bicycle Company regarding a hidden recording device found in the restroom. They confronted Stephen Wood, 48, who confessed to placing the device in the restroom. Police said Wood is the manager at the shop and had worked there for nine years.

8: Nomination - As the 140th running of the Kentucky Oaks draws nearer so does a special part of the day that has nothing to do with horse racing. In 2014, 140 cancer survivors will take to the track at Churchill Downs. Nominations and voting opened Monday for the annual Survivors Parade.

9: Football - It was the first chance for University of Louisville football fans to see Head Coach Bobby Petrino back on the field as the Cards held their first open spring practice Tuesday afternoon. The fans were excited to see their former coach and get up close to this year's team. The odd thing was, there were very few fans there.

10: Job Fair- Are you looking for a job? Louisville's Urban League is holding a career expo today! Nearly 1,000 jobs are being filled from 70 different employers. Click the link for more information.

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