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Sunrise to Go: Thursday, June 19

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

  1. Hot & humid - Yesterday was the hottest day of the year so far, and Christie Dutton says today will be another sweaty day with heat, humidity and a chance for an afternoon storm
  2. Construction traffic - Construction headaches continue as a section of I-65 is set to open this weekend.
  3. Bridge closure - An official closing date for a busy downtown bridge has been set. The Clark Memorial Bridge, also known as the Second Street Bridge, will shut down July 8 for an estimated 45 days.
  4. Shepherdsville suspect arrested - Police arrested a suspect wanted in connection with a shooting that killed a 19-year-old man and left his sister in critical condition.
  5. Moore student lawsuit - A lawsuit filed against school officials and a student claims the principal and a teacher at Moore Traditional High School did not do enough to stop a student from being bullied
  6. Daycare suspects - A couple accused of stealing from day cares is due in court today. Police say they took tours of child care centers posing as parents looking for wallets, purses and credit cards.
  7. Break-ins up - For police officers summer is the season of car break-ins and police divisions all over Louisville are dealing with their share.
  8. West End Walmart - A Louisville resident is calling on Walmart to consider a more urban design for their store at the former Phillip Morris Plant property. He wants the retailer to adopt a design more friendly to foot traffic, with parking in the rear of the store.
  9. Bridge Tour - At 11:30 a.m., you can tour the downtown crossing of the Ohio River Bridges Project. The tour is limited to 25 people.
  10. Soldiers save diner - Soldiers eating at a restaurant in Fort Knox saved a woman who started to lose consciousness as she choked on her food.

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