Sunrise to Go: Tuesday, June 3 - News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise to Go: Tuesday, June 3

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

1: Warm and Humid: The storms today will be few and far between.  Much of WAVE Country will be staying dry today with warm and humid weather, but the isolated storms could develop during the afternoon and evening.  A storm system approaches tomorrow as storms develop.  Much of the morning and early afternoon tomorrow will be dry, but potentially severe storms will move into WAVE Country during the late afternoon through the night. 

2: Missing: The Warren County Sheriff's Office is searching for a non custodial father who allegedly kidnapped his 18-month-old child from a home in Bowling Green. At 8:27 p.m. Monday investigators said Robert Pomeroy, 25, of Bowling Green, broke into a home in the 6000 block of Scottsville Road and took the 18-month-old girl from a bathtub. Pomeroy then fled with his girlfriend, Sabrina Vanmeter, 25, in an off white, late 1990s or early 2000 model, 4-door Lexus.Pomeroy is described as being 5'10'' tall, weighing 180 pounds with a shaved head and thin beard. He was last seen wearing a black shirt and camouflage pants.

3: Soccer: Professional soccer appears to be on its way to Louisville. A Jeffersonville investor will help make an official announcement this week to move the Orlando City Soccer Club to the River City. With Louisville Slugger Field slated to be the team's temporary home, there were worries about scheduling problems between the Bats baseball team and soon-to-be-named Louisville City Football Club. But after a meeting Sunday it appears those issues are cleared for both teams to play ball.

4: EPA - Kentucky business groups said Monday that a federal proposal to reduce carbon emissions at power plants would lead to higher utility bills and scare companies from the state. The Environmental Protection Agency's plan to cut 30 percent of emissions by 2030 would have a negative impact on businesses, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Greater Louisville, Inc. said.

5: Memorial: The school year at Floyd Central High School is coming to a close on a very sad note after a student was killed in a crash. Chase Brannon, 17, was a junior at Floyd Central High School. The crash happened Saturday, on Tee Road, north east of Corydon in Harrison County. Police said Chase was the passenger in an off road vehicle. His 19-year-old friend was the driver.

 6: Shooting: An employee of the Georgetown Toyota Plant is in the hospital after a shooting. Around 10:30 p.m. on June 2, a man approached the worker with a gun in the parking lot of the facility. Police said the men began fighting and the gun went off, hitting the worker. The victim then managed to grab a gun from his car and fire back at the suspect.  Officers don't believe the suspect was shot. The employee was taken to UK Hospital and is expected to be okay.

7: LMPD: A man suspected of sending his vehicle airborne off of the Jeffersonville Outlook while driving drunk May 17 has been identified as a Louisville Metro Corrections Officer. Kyle Ferguson, 28, Louisville, was taken to University of Louisville Hospital for injuries he sustained during the incident that included a head injury, broken femur and other substantial injuries, according to the Jeffersonville Police Department report of the incident.

8: Dog: A dog is sitting up, eating well and even wagging his tail less than a week after someone attempted to decapitate him in Henderson County, according to The Arrow Fund. The black lab, named Mooney, was flown to the BluePearl Animal Hospital in Louisville for treatment on May 28 where caregivers discovered in addition to the wound on his neck, he had bite wounds on his body, his right shoulder was swollen and he tested positive for heartworm.

9: Job Fair: Congressman John Yarmuth is hosting his annual Jobs and Resources Fair today. More than 50 local businesses are looking to hire new talent. If your resume needs work, the State Office of Unemployment has computers and coaches to provide tips.The fair runs from 4 – 7 at Louisville Slugger Field.

10: Outlet Mall: Thousands of people will get a chance to shop at a new outlet mall one day before it opens to the public. The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass is scheduled to open July 31, but on July 30 retailers will open for a charity event benefiting the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.

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