Thursday, May 9, 2013
Boston Top Cop wants more Cameras
Boston's police commissioner says government should tighten security around celebratory public events and consider using more undercover officers and technology, including surveillance cameras - but only in ways that don't run afoul of civil liberties. That's what he's telling lawmakers holding the first congressional hearing today on the Boston Marathon bombings.
Cleveland Captive Suspect in Court
A former Cleveland school bus driver suspected of keeping three women captive for the past decade is to make his first court appearance later this morning. Ariel Castro is charged with kidnapping and rape. Details on Sunrise.
EPD Crisis Training
Law enforcement has to be ready to respond to any situation that requires crisis intervention skills. Today, Evansville police officers will have the first of a series of classes that focus on that topic. Nicole is live with the story.
BBQ Road Closings
Alyssa Hansen will have the rundown of which roads will closed and the best way for drivers to navigate Owensboro, as the city gets ready for tomorrow's International Bar-B-Q Festival.
After some morning fog, temperatures surged into the lower 80s on Wednesday. Today, a cold front will draw closer and provide the lift for showers and thunderstorms. There could be a few early this morning, but the favorable time will be later today and early on Friday.
Rain totals of at least 1-inch expected. Byron will have the 14 First Alert forecast.
Another One Bites the Dust
And, it's wedding season, so we'll run down a list of some of the songs you should NEVER play at a second wedding, like the one above that titled this tidbit.
Enjoy your day and we'll see you on Sunrise.