Sunrise to Go: Thursday, May 21

Sunrise to Go: Thursday, May 21

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

1. Cloudy and cool: You might need a jacket this morning. Temperatures are well below normal. WAVE 3 News Storm Tracking Team Meteorologist Christie Dutton has your forecast through the end of the work week.

2. Needle exchange: New numbers show Scott County's HIV outbreak isn't slowing down, but the response to it might be. The emergency needle exchange program signed by Gov. Mike Pence is set to expire this Sunday. County commissioners voted yesterday in favor of asking for state permission to implement a year-long needle exchange.

3. High-speed chase: One of two women who were chased in a car by another driver on Wednesday told WAVE 3 News they thought they were going to die. The woman say a man inside the Circle K at La Grange Road and UPS Drive flashed a gun at her, ordered her to get back in her car, and then chased the women at speeds well over 100 miles per hour. Click here to hear more about their terrifying ordeal.

4. GOP primary: We should know on May 28 who won Tuesday's Republican primary in Kentucky. James Comer trails rival Matt Bevin by just 83 votes, so Comer requested a "full and complete' recanvass of the election results. Read about Bevin's response to the recanvass by clicking here.

5. Abbey Road on the River: Today kicks off five straight days of WAVE 3 News Abbey Road on the River, a festival bringing dozens of Beatles cover bands to Belvedere Festival Park and the Muhammad Ali Center for Memorial Day weekend. This is the first year that WAVE 3 News is the festival's title sponsor, and we're excited to be part of the official kickoff event, as well: the WAVE 3 News Concert Series at KFC Yum! Center. Classicstone and The LSB Experience will get things started on the Yum! Center Plaza at 11:30 a.m. Click here for today's schedule for Abbey Road on the River, which begins at 2 p.m. at the Belvedere Fountain Stage.

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