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Sunrise to Go: Friday, June 23

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Here are five stories WAVE Country will be talking about today:

1. Heavy rain: The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy will move through WAVE Country today, bringing heavy downpours, potential flooding and the threat of severe thunderstorms. WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team meteorologist Christie Dutton pinpoints the timing of this system and shows us how the weekend is shaping up.

2. Parkland homicide: The search is on for the person who shot Louisville's latest homicide victim. A man was found shot to death late Thursday night in an alley behind 26th and Howard streets in the Parkland neighborhood. One neighbor said she heard as many as a dozen gunshots.

3. Apparent drowning: A 16-year-old boy is dead after apparently drowning in a Radcliff pond. Neighbors said a few kids were swimming in the pond when the teen started struggling. Other kids and neighbors tried to save him, but they couldn't. The victim's name has not been released.

4. Officer's shooting: The man who police say shot an LMPD officer in the foot Wednesday night has been identified. Dimitri Harris, 24, lives in the apartment complex on Kemmons Drive where Officer Brad Shouse was shot. Harris got away after the shooting, but was taken into custody Thursday morning after a 12-hour standoff. Charges are pending.

5. Cards lose: It was the end of the line for the baseball Cardinals Thursday night in Omaha. Louisville fell to TCU 4-3, bringing an end to their quest to win the College World Series. The Cards finished the season 53 and 12.

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