Sunrise to Go: Tuesday, May 27 - News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise to Go: Tuesday, May 27

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

1: Storms: There is a small boundary working through the area right now. That has sparked a few random showers and storms especially east of I-65. As we head throughout the rest of the afternoon, the storm threat increases with heavy rain, lightning and some storms may contain strong winds if they collapse. Compared to yesterday, today's storms will be more widespread. The severe threat stays low.

2: ATV Crash: A Borden man has died after his ATV crashed Monday night. According to officials, the New Albany Police Department responded to a crash in the 3800 block of Monty Drive. Officers arrived around 9:00 to find William Andrew Duitz, 38, dead from injuries sustained during the crash.

3: Fatal Crash: A motorcyclist has died after losing control of his vehicle and crashing into a guardrail, according to MetroSafe. MetroSafe said the crash happened around 8:30 p.m. Monday in the 3000 block of South Park Road. Emergency crews pronounced the man dead at the scene. His identity has not been released.

4: Drowning: The Jefferson County Coroner's Office has released the name of the boy who drowned over the weekend at the home of St. X football coach Will Wolford. Dominique Kemp Jr., 9, was pronounced dead at 3:43 p.m. Sunday at Kosair Children's Hospital, where he was rushed after being found at the bottom of the Wolford family's swimming pool on Waterleaf Way in Crescent Hill on Saturday, according to deputy coroner Rita Taylor. Kemp lived near Valley Station.

5: Near Drowning: A mother said she stepped inside to look for swim trunks when she heard her daughter scream. Five-year-old Jamar Martin had gone to the bottom of the pool and he didn't know how to swim. Jeannette Jackson-Martin said her oldest daughter pulled Jamar out of the pool and started doing chest compressions. Jackson-Martin quickly ran over and began CPR.

6: Lightning Run: Amateur video showing a section of a Kentucky Kingdom roller coaster swaying after coaster cars pass is making the rounds on social media, alarming many people who have seen it, but a spokesman for the newly reopened theme park says there is nothing to fear.

7: Inmate: Kentucky State Police are asking for your help to locate an escaped inmate. KSP says 29-year-old Marcle G. Jenkins told officials at the Webster County jail that he'd had a seizure and hit his head.They took him to Baptist Health Madisonville for treatment Monday morning when he escaped. Jenkins is described as 5'4", 171 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. He also has multiple tattoos.

8: UC Student: After more than a week of volunteer search efforts, the body of missing University of Cincinnati student Brogan Dulle was found Monday night in a building next door to his apartment. Blackwell and Hamilton County Coroner Lakshmi Sammarco spoke to the media outside the building, located on the corner of East McMillan and Highland Avenue, and said the death appeared to be self-inflicted.

9: Injured Pup: A volunteer pilot flew an ailing puppy from western Kentucky to Louisville for treatment on Monday. Henderson County Animal Control said the dog was hit by a car intentionally on Sunday night. According to the Arrow Fund, a non-profit organization that provides medical treatment for animals that have been abused, the female puppy suffered multiple pelvis fractures, fractured legs and road rash in the incident in Henderson County.

10: Zoo Brew: For years there's only been brew at the Louisville Zoo during special craft beer events. That all changed Memorial Day weekend. Guests now have the option to purchase locally brewed craft beers, Cumberland and Bluegrass Brewing Co. products along with Bud and Budlight. Domestic beers costs $4.50 for a 12-ounce or guests can upgrade to a microbrew for $6.

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