Three people are in jail after police busted an active meth lab inside a motel room.More >> The incident happened at the Crest Motel on Highway 31.More >> CLARK COUNTY, IN (WAVE)- It is an issue being fought for months. A proposed apartment complex in Clark County. Some say they don't mind it while others say not so fast! Now, the developer is getting theMore >> A proposed apartment complex in Clark County is causing controversy.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)-It was a tragic event that shocked the nation when three little girls and their grandparents died in a Connecticut house fire on Christmas Day last year. Sunday, the girls fatherMore >> Matthew Badger is creating a legacy for his 3 daughters who perished in a Christmas Day 2011 fire in Connecticut. He created a charity foundation for arts based elementary education.More >> SIMPSONVILLE, KY (WAVE)- It is a story you'll only see on WAVE 3. A woman called us claiming her neighbor in Simpsonville shot and killed several dogs. We want to warn you that the photos are disturbing.More >> A Shelby County sheriff's deputy said the case will be presented to the County Attorney's office.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Some people who live in Louisville's Cherokee Triangle don't want a proposed high rise condo building there. WAVE 3 broke the story of the Willow Grande project over the spring. "It'sMore >> Some people who live in Louisville's Cherokee Triangle don't want a proposed high rise condo building there.
SELLERSBURG, IN (WAVE)- Hostages held in an Ivy Tech classroom with an armed gunman as dozens of officers handle the situation. It was not a real incident, but it was a simulation involving the Clark CountyMore >> The Clark County Sheriff's office held a training simulation at Ivy Tech's Sellersburg, IN campus.More >> CHARLESTOWN, IN (WAVE)- Brown, discolored water isn't something you'd ever want to come out of the faucet. It happened to at least one family in Southern Indiana. They say it's a problem that they wantMore >> Brown, discolored water is not something you would ever want to come out of the faucet. It happened to at least one family in southern Indiana.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- We all remember our first day of school jitters. With that comes the flood of questions, emotions and excitement. For Jefferson County Public School kids, all of that is less thanMore >> With a projected enrollment of 101,000 students, JCPS and other students and parents are ready for the all important first day of school.More >> BEDFORD, KY (WAVE)- An entire volunteer fire department and a community are in shock after the unexpected death of one of their well-known firefighters who was also an EMT. People who knew Mark Rexroat,More >> People who knew Mark Rexroat, 43, of Bedford, well said 'he was one heck of a guy'.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Out of 25-million Sikh's in the world, a very small fraction live here Kentucky. In the wake of the temple shooting in Wisconsin, feelings of shock, sadness and wondering why areMore >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Out of 25-million Sikh's in the world, a very small fraction live here Kentucky. In the wake of the temple shooting in Wisconsin, feelings of shock, sadness and wondering why areMore >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)-Imagine being kidnapped. Bound and gagged and thrown into the trunk of a car. Police said it happened to a man in our area. He was found alive during a traffic stop Saturday morning.More >> Imagine being kidnapped, bound and gagged and thrown into the trunk of a car. Police said it happened to a man in Louisville.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) Faster...higher...stronger! The excitement of the 2012 Olympics is felt across the world and right here at home. The opening ceremony was the most watched for a summer Olympic gamesMore >> Faster...higher...stronger! The excitement of the 2012 Olympics is felt across the world and right here at home.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) A family is in mourning after a man was shot to death right outside of his mother's home. The family of 27 year old Antwain Watkins tells WAVE 3 it is tough. Watkin's sister and nieceMore >> A 27-year-old man is dead after an early morning shooting on S. 39th Street in Louisville. Family and friends are mourning the loss of a man they say "...didn't have to die."More >> ELIZABETHTOWN, KY (WAVE)- Friday, KentuckY State Police announced arrests were made in connection with cases where homes were burglarized while the homeowner was attending the funeral of a loved one. OnMore >> Friday, Kentucky State Police announced arrests were made in connection with cases where homes were burglarized while the homeowner was attending the funeral of a loved one.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Neighbors said they've never seen anything like it. After a large crowd of people were seen outside of a Louisville skating rink early Sunday morning off Dixie Highway. Some neighborsMore >> Louisville Metro Police said they got a call about 2 a.m. Sunday about a group of unruly people at a party on Farnsley near Dixie Highway.More >> MADISON, IN (WAVE) - There is new information about what might have happened leading up to the death of a Madison, Indiana infant. Monday afternoon, the child's father, 30-year-old Christopher Coy, appearedMore >> 30-year-old Christopher Coy pleaded not guilty to the charge of neglect of a dependent resulting in death in court.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- The signs are up and the writing is literally on the street. The so-called 'Brownsboro Road diet project" starts June 18th. "It's going to cause headaches and everything. PeopleMore >> Construction for the Brownsboro Road Diet Project will be along Brownsboro Road from Drescher Bridge Avenue to Ewing Avenue and will reduce four lanes down to three and sidewalks.More >> HART COUNTY, KY (WAVE) - For the first time, some of the people who were on board a charter bus as it flipped onto its side Wednesday evening are speaking about their terrifying experience. It was supposedMore >> For the first time, some of the people who were on board a charter bus as it flipped onto its side Wednesday evening are speaking about their terrifying experience.More >> CINCINATTI, OH (WAVE)-She was convicted of trying to extort millions from University of Louisville coach, Rick Pitino. As she sits in a Florida prison, her legal team appeared before a Federal appealsMore >> WAVE 3 traveled to Cincinnati where a panel of 3 judges heard oral arguments from both sides at the Potter Stewart Federal Courthouse.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- This Memorial Day weekend a Louisville family isn't celebrating. They are remembering their loved one who was shot to death one year ago. The family said the person who did it stillMore >> The family said the person who did it still hasn't been caught. Saturday there was a passionate plea.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) Temps were in the 90s Sunday. It was a hot one. Many people turned out for the Abbey Road Music Festival in Downtown Louisville. The beats of rhythm and Beatles music proved strongerMore >> Temps were in the 90s Sunday. It was a hot one. From splash parks to drinking plenty of water. People kept cool despite the heat.More >> MADISON, IN (WAVE)- A Southern Indiana school district is learning a tough lesson in economics as budget woes could force two elementaries to close. That is not sitting well with parents. Madison ConsolidatedMore >> Madison Consolidated Schools is considering closing Anderson Elementary and Dupont Elementary Schools. Interim Superintendent, Steve Gookins, tells WAVE 3 it is in an effort to save $1.5 MillionMore >> MADISON, IN (WAVE)- Calls of concern prompted the shutdown of the Milton-Madison bridge two weeks ago. Traffic is flowing as the Jefferson County, Indiana Sheriff's Office investigates where those callsMore >> Calls of concern prompted the shutdown of the Milton-Madison bridge two weeks ago.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Neighbors are still reeling after a wave of violence rocked Louisville's West End. Monday, a ray of hope as efforts to reopen a closed Boys and Girls club in the heart of ParklandMore >> Neighbors are still reeling after a wave of violence rocked Louisville's West End. Monday, a ray of hope as efforts to reopen a closed Boys and Girls club in the heart of Parkland came to light.More >> RADCLIFF, KY (WAVE) – Two men who had escaped from a jail are now back in custody. At exactly 3:03 Friday morning, jail surveillance video showed 37-year-old Vance Tate of Louisville and 21-year-old BrandonMore >> Two men who had escaped from a jail are now back in custody.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- Just days after West Louisville was rocked by violence that made news across the country...neighbors and community members are still reeling as they struggle to make sense of itMore >> Just days after West Louisville was rocked by violence that made news across the country...neighbors and community members are still reeling as they struggle to make sense of it all. People are telling WAVE 3 flat out they want the violence to end.More >> WEST POINT, KY (WAVE)- The U.S. Postal Service recently announced thousands of post offices across the nation will have their window hours cut. It's a compromise the Postal Service made so it wouldn'tMore >> WAVE 3 obtained the 260 page list of affected post offices. There are 13,000 across the country. Seven hundred in Kentucky alone and 70 in southern Indiana. Some locations are reducing daily hours retail hours from 8 down to 2. West Point will reduce from 8 hours to 4 a day.More >> SHELBYVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A woman is dead after a boating incident on Lake Shelby. 34-year-old Amanda Frank, of Louisville, was found unresponsive by Emergency Medical Services after they were called toMore >> The victim's 12-year-old son, who was with her and a friend on the boat, tried to save his mother's life.More >> NEW WASHINGTON, IN (WAVE)- After weeks of painfully waiting and wondering since her disappearance, 35-year-old Stephanie Kirk was finally laid to rest Saturday afternoon. Kirk's grandmother, Betty, toldMore >> Stephanie Kirk's remains were found April 27th in the backyard of convicted sex offender William "Clyde" Gibson.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)-The family of two young men who were killed by drunk drivers still want answers. We are learning more from the Jefferson County judge who sentenced Rebecca Johnson to just 45 daysMore >> We are learning more from the Jefferson County judge who sentenced Rebecca Johnson to just 45 days in jail after she violated her probation.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- If you have three or more unpaid parking tickets, you might stand a chance to have your car booted on Metro streets. That's thanks to new rules in effect that started Monday, aimedMore >> If you have three or more unpaid parking tickets, you might stand a chance to have your car booted on Metro streets. That's thanks to new rules in effect that started Monday, aimed at collecting fines from habitual offenders.More >> NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) – The remains found in the backyard of William Clyde Gibson have been identified. The remains are those of 35-year-old Stephanie Marie Kirk, of Charlestown, Indiana. Kirk was lastMore >> The remains found in the backyard of William Clyde Gibson have been identified.More >> The family sent a letter to Kentucky Attorney General, Jack Conway. In it, the family said the death of 15-year-old Gregory Holt could have been prevented.More >> Jordan Klunk, talks about what he says happened in the hours and minutes before his friend, 54-year-old Donald Klein, Jr. died in a plane crash in Breckinridge County, KY.More >> A copy of the letter sent by the city's chief of public safety, to Occupy Louisville details exactly why the group's appeal was denied. The city said the group must leave Founder's Square.More >> The Breckinridge County Coroner has identified the pilot at Donald E. Klein, Jr., 54, of Louisville. Authorities believe Klein was headed to Bowman Field.More >> The victim is identified as 27-year-old Mark Pace. LMPD said they have no suspects, meanwhile Mark's family said they don't know why this happened. They are pleading for whoever is responsible to come forward.More >> A 3-year-old boy is recovering after he was shot in the leg Friday night. More >> According to the Cherokee Triangle Association, a developer is proposing a 17-story high rise building near the heart of the neighborhood. It's not the development itself that's concerning, but rather the specifications of the building and its zoning.More >> The owners of More Than Words Photography tell WAVE 3 it's a way they can give back.More >> Thanks to a neighbor, we are getting a look at the fire that tore through a home in the 4500 block of Garda Drive Sunday sending three children to the hospital. Rhonda Burton was outside Sunday evening when she saw smoke billowing from the top of her neighbor's home.
Years ago, Louisville had a goal to rebuild their downtown neighborhoods with a mix of people and incomes. Now, the city is getting closer to that goal.More >> Thursday, 100 students at Dunn Elementary School were absent.More >> The warmer weather is leading to millions of dollars being saved because crews spent less on snow needs so far this winter.More >> WAVE 3 will take you inside the Louisville Auto Show to get a closer look at Ford's new SUV.More >> WAVE 3 traveled the viewing area in search of the highs and lows in gas prices.
Years after the congregation of the Portland Avenue Presbyterian Church lost their church in a massive fire, they're finally in their new permanent home.More >> Late Friday night, the Sherman Minton bridge finally opened, ending the nightmare of 'Shermaggedon.' People on both sides of the river couldn't be happier.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE)- She admitted to killing two people in a 2006 drunk driving crash. For the second time this week, Rebecca Johnson faced a judge in trouble with the law again. Johnson at the JeffersonMore >> Three churches in the Eastview area were burglarized Sunday night and two churches were hit in Radcliff.More >> More than a dozen people were forced out of their home after a fire broke out in a Highlands apartment building. It happened just after 10 p.m. Sunday on Cherokee Road near Grinstead Drive.More >> ISP using 1 of just 3 vehicles in the state provided by and even appearing to be with INDOT.More >> Months after 18-year-old Trey Williams was shot and killed inside his grandmother's Shelbyville home, we are seeing parts of what happened that day, thanks to cameras on the officer's tasers.More >> Just a couple days after a family's pet is shot and killed by an LMPD officer, one of the dog's owners is talking about what they said happened.More >> After decades of trying to boost the economy in southwest Louisville, particularly in the Valley Village neighborhood, there is big news as we learn new businesses are coming to the area. The national restaurant chain, Cracker Barrel, is preparing to move in to the area on Dixie Highway very close to the Gene Snyder Freeway, but there's more to come. WAVE 3 dug deeper to find out why the announcement means more residents than just a place to grab a bite to eat.More >> New and disturbing details are emerging in the murder of a Louisville 4-year-old. Ivan Cano was killed in June 2007 near his Churchill Downs home. His body was found a week later in the back of a Louisville Metro garbage truck. In October 2010, just one day before his trial was set to start, Cecil New pled guilty to the murder of young Ivan and was sentenced to life without parole. Monday, police released new details from Cecil New about the murder.More >> The suspect was taken to University of Louisville hospital with life-threatening injuries.More >> The Exploited Children's Help Organization (ECHO) said 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused by age 18.More >> Cutting someone off, following too closely or even speeding. Those are all behaviors we've seen from drivers. Maybe they could even describe you. Now law enforcement in Kentucky is cracking down on aggressive drivers.More >> Friday, at area high school football games, some people were talking about that sex abuse scandal surrounding Pennsylvania State University. A scandal allegedly at the hands of a coach.More >> CLARKSVILLE, IN (WAVE)- The day after a fire destroys five businesses in a Clarksville, Indiana strip mall, the pain and reality is settling in for the people directly affected. But, a show of supportMore >> According to a police citation Steven Allison, of Louisville, stated he and Nathan Richardson, of Louisville, cashed in gold and silver valued at $2, 000 every day for a month.More >> It is the most well known Halloween decoration display in the River City. The monsters, skeletons, ghouls and goblins are up at many homes along Hillcrest Avenue off Brownsboro Road. Last year, there were questions raised about possible permits. We looked at how things are going this year.More >> One judge called the new process for obtaining an emergency protective order in the first of its kind in Kentucky and the country. The new system, called an electronic emergency protective order or e-EPO, will greatly speed up the process when domestic violence victims seek protection from an abuser.More >> A Louisville man is charged with murder after a toddler died Sunday night. 36-year-old Larry Webster is behind bars at Metro Corrections accused of killing 3-year-old Ah'Haod Crawford.More >> Saturday, dozens of family members and friends of Cantrell gathered to remember Cantrell at the same park where he was shot.More >> A local woman told WAVE 3 there is a slithering problem in her home that keeps her up at night.More >> Joshua Gouker (Source: LMDC) A Louisville man who authorities said was mistakenly released from an Alabama jail has been arrested in the Metro. Joshua Gouker was found by Louisville Metro Police Thursday morning on Springdale Drive, not far from his home.More >> Some Hardin County residents said the subject of alcohol has divided the county and even some neighbors for years. A decade ago, you could not buy a glass of wine in the county. That was until residents voted to allow alcohol sales by the glass at restaurants. On Tuesday, Hardin County residents will hit the polls and decide on expanding alcohol sales in the county even further.More >> Debit cards are probably one of the most convenient ways to pay for purchases. Some of us swipe almost daily.More >> There has been a break in a cold case which WAVE 3 has been following for years. On Friday, Louisville Metro Police announced the arrest of a person in connection with the shooting death of a West End woman in 2005. Although it is six years later, the family of Kendrea Boykin said they had a sense of closure knowing that the person police believe may be responsible for her death is in police custody.More >> New details about the incident seen in a YouTube video as an LMPD internal investigation is underway.More >> Cardinal fever was sweeping across the area the day after a match-up between the Cards and the Cats in Lexington.More >> There's no doubt Ford's two local plants are staples in our community. So what about growth and development near the plants? We decided to take a look at the possibilities and talked to a commercial real estate agent.More >> Kentuckiana and the nation cast aside differences and came together to pause...remember...and honor those lost 10 years ago, Sunday.More >> Saturday evening, traffic on I-65 at the Kennedy Bridge slowed to a crawl, while traffic on the Sherman Minton/ I-64 bridge in New Albany, was not there.More >> Dr. Judy Green, the embattled member of the Louisville Metro Council accused of mishandling funds by an ethics committee, has resigned her seat on the legislative body.More >> The report of a small explosion, fire and chemical leak at one of Rubbertown's manufacturing facilities was not a real emergency but a simulation for dozens of emergency responders.More >> Those gathered at the La Grange Community Center said they are proud of the North Oldham little league team.More >> It's a $48 Million project that says a lot about General Electric's future in Louisville.More >> No one has seen or heard from her in nearly a year. As they continue looking for her, the daughters of Debra Lucas are asking the public for any sign of their mother.More >> Police said they knew they were being watched, but that didn't seem to matter. Now that same surveillance video could be the key to catching them.More >> Millions of taxpayer dollars are coming to improve Louisville's VA facility, even though there are plans to eventually replace it. It comes at a time the facility planner said the $13 million in improvements you're paying for are needed in a building that is about 60 years old.
Our recent string of heat in the 90s finally broke Saturday. And, a splash of needed rain fell on the area Saturday night. WAVE 3 wanted to know what the current and future impact is from our recent hot and dry weather.More >> Hundreds turned out Saturday to say a final farewell to an African immigrant who was murdered outside his apartment earlier this week. WAVE 3 spoke with family member's of Karenzo Audace who are dealing with this tragic loss.More >> A burglary suspect took a Kentuckiana business owner on a wild ride. It's a WAVE 3 exclusive that takes us to New Cut Road in Fairdale where 61-year-old Walter Simmons told us he has never experienced anything like it.More >> Cesar Ivan Cano would have been 9 years old Sunday. His family, friends, supporters, prosecutors and investigators in his case all gathered Sunday, to dedicate a playground in honor of the child.More >> Higher interest rates, lost benefits like Social Security and Medicare. Those are some of the fears which are rising as the clock ticks to Tuesday's deadline. The debate over how to fix the problem has some people taking to the streets in protest.More >> One day after Mayor Greg Fischer introduced the new man to lead Metro Animal Services, many of you are sounding off about 26-year-old Justin Scally. We did a little digging into his resume and background.More >> A viewer concerned for her safety contacted WAVE 3 for help. After her home was broken into a little more than a week ago.More >> The intense heat Kentuckiana has been experiencing can be dangerous for everyone, but there are some precautions you can take.More >> With a down housing market, is it a 'tough sell' for both homebuilders and home buyers at this year's Homearama at Norton Commons?More >> It's something some Metro Louisville government employees have waited for, for years. Friday, it became a reality. Mayor Greg Fischer signed an order offering domestic partner benefits to city employees, starting July 1st of next year.More >> Louisville's Office of Employment and training has been busy the last week as 16,837 people lined up to try to snag one of the 1,100 jobs up for grabs at Ford. As he announced more than 100 new healthcare jobs coming to Louisville during a Thursday press conference, Mayor Greg Fischer says we're headed in the right direction.More >> Before the 'Quaker State 400' NASCAR Sprint Cup race finished at the Kentucky Speedway Saturday night, our phones were ringing off the hook. Many of you also sent emails, tips and Facebook messages...all upset with the traffic nightmare.More >> The mother of 27-year-old Ashley Davis says every day is difficult to go through, since her daughter's murder.
But Saturday, Connie Parker, her friends and family are celebrating Davis' life on a special day.More >>
After dropping off his friends just after 11:30 p.m. on June 26, 19-year-old Benjamin Koier was heading home on Taylorsville Road. A police report says 38-year-old Melissa Graham's car crossed into oncoming traffic near Pope Lick Road and hit Koier's car head-on. Both died at the scene. Now the family of one of the crash victims is speaking out.More >> Three people were injured after a hydroplane crashes into a rescue boat during Sunday's Madison Regatta.More >> The family of the 13-year-old boy who drowned at Deam Lake in Clark County, Indiana Wednesday spoke to us about what they think happened.More >> A prominent Central Kentucky doctor and his ex-wife are facing federal charges of having an illegal immigrant as a maid and holding her against her will.More >> A high school coach acquitted in the heat-related death of a player hopes new technology can spare other families any pain. Jason Stinson is trying to promote technology used to identify people who are more susceptible to heat stroke.More >> Just in time for Father's Day, a Kentuckiana Marine makes a surprise return home to his family.More >> Despite the call of a group during a downtown rally to ignore the Ethics Commission's recommendation, five members of the Louisville Metro Council announced June 13 they will offer up a signed petition calling for the removal of Councilwoman Judy Green.More >> Lynn Davenport says if it weren't for her poodle, Buddy, her 7-year-old daughter might not be alive today.More >> It's recommended she be removed but a Metro Councilwoman is vowing to fight.More >>
We are glad to say we got results for a Louisville woman said she couldn't get around because a thief stole her wheelchair ramp. After we brought you Mary Cook's story, it didn't take long before viewers contacted us. Now, Cook says her life is finally back to normal, thanks to the kindness of a complete stranger.More >> Weeks after the Ohio River seemed to take a deep breath and swallow many riverside homes and businesses, they are still feeling the effects of the flooding. City crews were still working Monday morning removing layers of thick mud coating much of Cox Park on River Road. Nearly, the Shell gas station sits empty.More >> The end is near and it's a whole lot closer than you'd think. That's according to one religious group out of California. They're claiming judgment day and the end of the world will take place this weekend. Saturday, May 21 is when the non-profit group Family Radio, based in Oakland, California, says judgment day will arrive.More >> With heavy hearts, friends and family gathered at a west end church to say goodbye to 3-year- old Davion PowellMore >> As the Powell family's case moves forward with the man wanted by police in connection with their son's killing, the Zwicker family continues their search for answers.More >> Two firefighters were taken to the hospital after battling a blaze in Fairdale late Sunday night.More >> According to the Exploited Children's Help Organization, or ECHO, a Louisville children's organization, three children have died in the United States this year after they were left in a hot car. On a bright spring day like Monday morning, the dangers for a child left in a hot car are clear.More >> Here in the Metro , once again we are counting our blessings. We did have some large trees uprooted, damage to homes and thousands lost power. But it could have been so much worse.More >> Less than two days after a EF-2 tornado ripped through Bedford, Indiana, residents, family and volunteers continue to clean up. For some, the piles of debris that used to be their homes are the only things left after the storm that flattened some houses and left others severely damaged.More >> Saturday evening, a quiet suburban neighborhood in Lyndon, prepared to welcome back one of their own.More >> On Memorial Day, our nation pauses for a day to remember all of the men and women who have served our country.More >> Over the past 8 years, Louisville has spent more than $9 million taking care of abandoned and vacant homes. Thursday, Gov. Steve Beshear signed a law that will help the city get some cash back.More >> The job market for today's high school graduates and teenagers is much tougher than it was 10 years ago because there is more competition. With thousands of Kentuckiana students graduating high school this week, many of them are ready to get to work. But will they be able to find jobs? That's why we are working for you to find where they can look.More >> It's the largest deployment of Kentucky National Guard troops since World War II.More >> To honor the people who served during World War II, Honor Flight Bluegrass is taking a group of World War II veterans to Washington, DC. We sat down with one of the veterans making the trip.More >> The Ford Motor Company is making good on its promise to bring more jobs here to Louisville. They are hiring to fill hundreds of open positions and, as you can imagine, there is stiff competition.More >> Kentucky State Police are trying to make the roads of the Commonwealth safer for drivers and reduce the number of crashes involving commercial trucks. Law enforcement agents from across the state, nation, Canada and Mexico are inspecting thousands of commercial trucks in this year's 72-hour Road Check.More >>
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – One man is dead after an accident involving three vehicles in south Louisville. According to Jefferson County Deputy Coroner RD Jones, Ricky Duncan, 54, was driving a Ford escortMore >> The Louisville Metro Police Department Traffic Unit is investigating the crash.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Sweden, Mexico, Brazil, and Australia, just a few of the countries where news outlets have picked up the inspirational story of two young sisters who are touching hearts with theirMore >> Sweden, Mexico, Brazil and Australia are just a few of the countries where news outlets have picked up the inspirational story of two young sisters who are touching hearts with their dance, and the girls just happen to be from Shepherdsville.More >> Malaysia Airlines says it has lost contact with a flight traveling from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China.More >> Malaysia Airlines says it has lost contact with a plane traveling from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China.More >> The woman's mummified body was sitting in the backseat of her car, parked in the garage. The key was halfway in the ignition. Authorities say they believe the woman died at least six years ago.More >> The woman's mummified body was sitting in the backseat of her car, parked in the garage. The key was halfway in the ignition. Authorities say they believe the woman died at least six years ago.More >> LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Police from several agencies were involved in a chase that started in southern Indiana and ended in downtown Louisville. Chief Mark Palmer of the Clarksville Police DepartmentMore >> The suspect in the black Monte Carlo were wanted for shoplifting from a store in Clarksville.More >>