Sunrise to Go: Monday, June 2 - News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise to Go: Monday, June 2

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

1: Storms: Scattered showers and storms will develop today in the warm and humid atmosphere with breezy conditions this afternoon. A few more thunderstorms are possible tomorrow, but we get a break from the rain tomorrow night.  A cold front pushes through on Wednesday bringing numerous storms and a slight risk of severe weather. 

2: Murder-Suicide: The coroner has released the identities of two people involved in a gas station murder-suicide. Christine Joslin, 43, died at the scene after being shot by her estranged husband, Scott Joslin, 41.  According to witnesses, a Scott Joslin approached his wife from behind, they exchanged words and then he pulled out a gun and shot her before turning the weapon on himself.

3: Investigation: Noises that got every dog in the neighborhood barking. Hours later - a man found dead in his home. Now the New Albany Police Department is calling the death a homicide, after a preliminary investigation determined the 70-year-old victim died of blunt force trauma.

4: ATV Crash: A teenager killed on Saturday in an off-road vehicle crash has been identified.The victim was 17-year-old Chase Brannon, according to Harrison County Deputy Coroner Tracey Kinslow. Police said Brannon was a passenger in the vehicle when it ran off the west side of Tee Road around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, hit a tree, causing the vehicle to flip and hit a second tree.

5: ATV Accidents: Indiana conservation officers are investigating two separate all-terrain vehicle accidents with injuries that happened Saturday in Harrison and Washington Counties in addition to a deadly off-road vehicle crash in Harrison County.

6: Jury: Jury selection is scheduled to begin on Monday in the second trial of William Clyde Gibson for the murder of a third woman he admitted killing. Gibson was found guilty in 2013 of murdering Christine Whitis. He was sentenced to death. Earlier this year, Gibson pleaded guilty to killing Karen Hodella just before his trial in that case was set to start. This trial is for the murder of Stephanie Kirk.

7: Memorial: A family came together on Saturday to remember a loved one 10 years after her murder. Angela Nelson-Carroll's body was found off the Gene Snyder Freeway near Dixie Highway in 2004. The 17-year-old died of blunt force trauma to the head. On Saturday, her family was no closer to finding the killer than they were 10 years ago.

8: Baseball: After a four hour delay due to weather, the University of Louisville advanced to its second straight Super Regional with a 4-1 victory over arch rival Kentucky.

9: Survivors: Much more than the excitement of horse racing was celebrated Sunday at Churchill Downs. People also celebrated surviving cancer. Norton Cancer Institute hosted the Survivors' Day Celebration at the track. The event brings together cancer survivors in our community. Survivors got to watch the races and enjoy a buffet lunch.

10: Splash: With summer heat starting to roll in, the people of Jeffersontown are about to get some relief to help them stay cool. A new splash park is being built at Skyview Park.

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