Monday, April 21, 2014
The Boston Marathon is looking to rise from the rubble of last year's bombings today with more runners more spectators and a lot more security. Massachusetts Governor. Deval Patrick says there have been no specific threats against the race or the city for the Massachusetts holiday of Patriots' Day. About 36,000 runners make it the second-largest field in race history.
Chance of rain
After a sunny Easter weekend, the weather will start to change with rain and possibly a thunderstorm, mainly late today and tonight. Temps will stay mild through the week and into the weekend with another push at 80 late next week/weekend. The next chance for rain arrives Thursday night and lingers into Friday morning.
"Spring into caring"
Today is the start of the United Way of Southwestern Indiana's week-long "Spring into Caring" event. Deanna Allbrittin is live with the details.
War on potholes
Potholes will get some much needed attention in Owensboro as the city declares war on them. Emily Busby has the story from the western Kentucky newsroom.
So enjoy your day and we'll see you on Sunrise.