2: Thunder Success: The Kentucky Derby Festival is calling Thunder Over Louisville a success! Picture-perfect weather lured a crowd of more than 650,000 to the waterfront for the 25th Thunder Over Louisville show. Spectators lined both sides of the Ohio River as far as the eye could see.
3: Thunder Video: In case you missed the big show or just want to enjoy it all over again, we have the link for you! If the airshow is more your thing, check out the highlights from hours of great high-flying acts!
4: Thunder Clean-up: When the pyrotechnic power faded into the night sky and more than 650,000 people went home, litter dotted the landscape of the North Great Lawn of Waterfront Park. Breakdown and clean-up from Thunder Over Louisville began immediately after the fireworks. Tru-Service and Rumpke crews worked overnight to remove disposable trash receptacles. Some workers were still there as volunteers arrived early Sunday morning.
5: Missing: A family returned home from Thunder Over Louisville to find their home was broken into and their dog was stolen. When they looked for their dog Sasha she wasn't there. Sasha is a part of their family helping their five-year-old son through his struggles with autism.
6: Assault: A man passed away one day after being assaulted by burglars he surprised breaking into his place of work. Philip Schulz, 63, was pronounced dead Saturday just before 9 p.m. at University Hospital, where he was receiving treatment. According to the coroner's office, he died of head and neck injuries from the assault.
7: Shooting: A deputy with the Gallatin County Sheriff's Department shot and killed a man. Deputy Edwin Caldwell was dispatched to 6665 Highway 16, April 12 around 5 p.m. in response to an intoxicated person. While investigating the complaint, reports said Deputy Caldwell was approached by Gary Burdine, 41, from Verona, KY, who pulled a gun and threatened to shoot Caldwell. Deputy Caldwell drew his pistol and shot Burdine.
8: Arrest: Detectives have made an arrest in the murder of a 23-year-old North Vernon woman. According to the Jennings County Sheriff's Office, Jeremy Jackson, 33, is accused of murdering his wife, Jessie Jo Louden-Jackson on April 5. The investigation reports that Jackson is responsible for supplying methamphetamine to Louden-Jackson that resulted in her death.
9: Give A Day: During Sunday's CycLouVia open street event along Frankfort Ave., people were able to walk, bike, skate, shop and support a good cause by bringing new or used shoes to donate to WaterStep. Louisville based WaterStep uses the shoe donations to fund providing safe, clean drinking water around the world. The donation effort is part of Mayor Fischer's Give A Day week of service, which began Saturday April 12 and runs through April 20.
10: Happening Today: Paul McCartney tickets officially go on sale at TODAY at 10:00 a.m. The much anticipated tour makes a stop at the KFC Yum! Center on June 26. Currently the Louisville stop is just one of four U.S. stops on the tour and marks McCartney's first show here.