Sunrise to Go: Wednesday, September 3 - wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise to Go: Wednesday, September 3

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

1:Foggy: Dense fog moves through the area this morning which could slow you down on the roads for the morning commute. We will have plenty of sunshine for the afternoon as temperatures remain in the 80s for highs one more day.

2: Big Squeeze: Weather is causing a delay of the 'Big Squeeze' on the northbound side of Interstate 65. The Big Squeeze is the part of the Ohio River Bridges Project that will force both northbound and southbound I-65 to lose one lane in each direction from the Kennedy Bridge to Brown's Station Way in southern Indiana.

3: Murder: Two men are charged with the shooting death of a one-year-old girl who was killed on her front porch August 30. One-year-old Ne'riah Miller died shortly after police said a group of men opened fire in the 100 block of South Market Street. Trey Anderson, 20 and Michael Dunn, 24, are charged with murder, attempted murder and wanton endangerment.

4: Ad: A veterans' group launched its first TV advertising campaign in Kentucky to accuse Sen. Mitch McConnell of blocking billions of dollars for veterans' health care. The national group VoteVets.org, which describes itself as progressive and backs a list of Democratic candidates on its website, is spending at least $300,000 on the ad.

5: Rape: Out of the classroom and into the slammer. A Bullitt Central High School teacher is in jail charged with rape after police say she was having sex with one of her young students. According to the Shepherdsville Police report, Crystal Chappell, 24, confessed to multiple sexual encounters with the teen student and told investigators the relationship began this summer and happened both in and out of Bullitt County.

6: Move Over: The Move Over law is again in the spotlight just days after a vehicle hit a state trooper alongside Interstate 65 in Bullitt County over the weekend. It's a law that has been in effect in the Commonwealth for years. Some suspect it has not been followed because much needed reminders seem to be few and far between.

7: Tolling: If you have driven on Interstate 65 and across the Kennedy Bridge, you might have noticed a new addition hanging from the bridge supports. A Downtown Bridges Project spokeswoman said they are what you may have guessed - preliminary equipment that will be used to develop the tolling system.

8: Shooting: A father and son have been arrested and charged with a shooting that left a third man wounded. Shelbyville police say the shooting happened after an argument between the men in the 100 block of Martin Luther King St. on Sept. 1. During the argument, the victim was shot and fled from the scene.

9: Ironman: It's the closest thing one day can come to one life. You can do everything right to prepare for your life. Learn discipline. Attend the right schools. Put the time in studying. Get straight A's. But when you launch into life, no matter how well trained you are, you never know how it's going to turn out. You may achieve beyond your wildest dreams. You may cruise uneventfully. You may just tread water. You may bonk. That's exactly what you face at the start line of the Ironman Triathlon. No matter how well prepared you are, anything can happen.

10: Love: Imagine starting a new job, in a new country and in less than two weeks you have a huge presentation to give. That's exactly the situation the Louisville Ballet's new artistic directors found himself in. Robert Curran was the principal artist for the Australian Ballet and even featured on the Australian version of "So You Think You Can Dance.” Curran is known for the way he would lift and catch the ballerinas. Today he is behind the scenes in America working as the new artistic director of the Louisville Ballet.

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