Sunrise to Go: Thursday, March 30 - wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports

Sunrise to Go: Thursday, March 30

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

1. Warm and stormy: It will be quite warm today, with highs reaching 80 degrees. While an afternoon thunderstorm can't be ruled out, the main weather event will happen tonight. WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team meteorologists Christie Dutton and Brian Goode pinpoint the arrival of potentially severe storms.

2. Shootings: Five people were shot in Louisville over the last 12 hours, and three of them have died. The most recent deadly shooting happened about 12:15 a.m. in the 3800 block of Grand Avenue. WAVE 3 News reporter Julian Glover is following developments in this shootings from the Alert Center throughout Sunrise.

3. Rodman memorial: The LMPD officer who died yesterday of injuries he suffered in a violent crash with a suspect he was pursuing Tuesday night will be honored this morning. A memorial service for Officer Nick Rodman will be held at Jefferson Square Park at 10 a.m. WAVE 3 News will air the memorial live on TV, on wave3.com and the free WAVE 3 News mobile app. Watch our live stream at the appropriate link: ONLINE or ON THE WAVE 3 NEWS MOBILE APP. Click here for more information about Rodman's life and the crash that killed him.

4. Conviction: The sentencing phase of an Elizabethtown trial begins today after the defendant was found guilty for a July incident that left an E'town police officer with a serious head injury. Alex Dowell was convicted yesterday of first-degree assault and fleeing police, according to The News-Enterprise. Officer Ron Caffee was talking to Dowell when Dowell sped off, dragging Caffee about 100 feet. Caffee suffered a fractured skull and a brain bleed.

5. Anchorage suspects: Barren County authorities say two people killed by Anchorage police Tuesday after they allegedly murdered a man in Elizabethtown began their crime spree in the Glasgow area on Monday. Bradley Sheets, 25, and Destiny Moneyhun, 18, were listed as armed and dangerous after stealing from someone they were living with. Police say the couple drove a stolen pickup truck to 74-year-old Lewis Hoskinson's house in Elizabethtown, killed him with a hunting knife, stole his car and went to Anchorage where they were shot by police. 

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