Colonel Young monument planned for Portland park

The Buffalo Soldiers of Kentucky are raising funds to build a monument of Col. Charles Young in the Portland park bearing his name.

Shively Ladies Club hosts prom for seniors

It was prom night tonight, but not for high school students.Men and women age 60 and older dressed up in their Saturday best and went to prom.

Local Chick-fil-A serves 178 cars in an hour, breaks drive-thru record

Three cars a minute. That’s how fast the Jefferson Commons Chick-fil-a drive-thru served customers between the hours of 12-1 p.m. on Friday.

September 21, 2018

Louisville Kidney Walk, Theatreworks of Southern Indiana and Couture Closet Bridal Boutique

Bourbon and Beyond’s well-heeled fans

Promoters describe their ticket holders as a highly desirable demographic with average annual incomes exceeding $100,000.

Five Questions on the Bowman Field Aviation & Military Festival

The annual festival features rare vintage aircraft and warplanes from all over the United States.

WaterStep heads to storm-ravaged Carolinas

Many shelters in the Carolinas will be able to set up portable showers because WaterStep can keep the safe water flowing.

NC family of hurricane evacuees finds safety, comfort in Louisville

With the wrath of Hurricane Florence bearing down on Wilmington, NC, Amanda and Ken Bacon made the difficult decision to pack up their family and join 300,000 others evacuating to safety.

LMPD traffic guard celebrates 50 years on the job

Crossing guard Naomi Thomas says she's not retiring, just celebrating a huge milestone.

Community hopes for continued tradition following sale of Joe Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant

Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant will go up for auction on November 17.

Louisville man wins Toyota 4Runner after donating blood

Fred Perkins said he never imagined he would win the grand prize.

WAVE Country’s oldest gospel mission expands, gets new name

Re:Center Ministries now has even more options in Louisville, and now southern Indiana.

Joe Huber Family Farm announces auction as family retires

The auction will take place on November 17.

Kentucky women chosen to show goods at pre-Emmys gift suite

This year the creations of two Kentucky women were enticing the celebrities ahead of the 70th annual Emmy Awards.

‘A Recipe to End Hunger’ raises funds at Moose Lodge

WAVE 3 News Anchor Dawne Gee hosted a fundraiser for her charity tonight at the Moose Lodge on Fegenbush Lane on Friday night.

‘Tough Cookies’ honored for civic, community contributions

The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana recognized four community and civic leaders for their contributions to society, support of the Girl Scouts and helping with the organization’s mission of developing girls “of confidence, courage and character.”

Tom Dillard receives first WAVE 3 News Early Riser award

Jeffersontown Police Department Chaplain Tom Dillard was awarded a plaque on WAVE 3 News Sunrise.

Five Questions on CoreLife Eatery

Grabbing something to eat on the fly can sometimes make it challenging to eat healthy. CoreLife Eatery was born to fix that problem.

Master P meets with parents, leaders about education

Master P, along with his friend Sean Collinson, talked with parents and education leaders about what needs to change to ensure students succeed.

Give for Good Louisville aims to raise $5 million for Louisville nonprofits

Good for Good Louisville is an annual day of giving featuring hundreds of nonprofits that serve the city.

Louisville cracking down on short-term rentals, including Airbnb

The total amount of income for all the hosts in Louisville in 2017 was $10 million.

  Pass the Cash: Teacher battling brain cancer surprised with support

This isn’t Jennifer's first battle with cancer, but she isn't giving up. She is fighting to live, for her kids.

Plenty of WAVE Country help headed to Carolinas

Dozens of agencies from all over the country, including downtown Louisville are heading to the Carolina coast to help prepare for Hurricane Florence.

PNC Bank helps Imagination Library of Louisville reach more zip codes

PNC Bank recently contributed $45,000 to Imagination Library of Louisville.

Boys & Girls Haven announces new CEO

Read Harris brings a strong legacy of leadership in both public and nonprofit service roles, including a career as an officer in the U.S. Army.

Louisville kicks off community health improvement plan

As part of the initiative, residents of Louisville will be encouraged to thrive and be their healthiest by 2025.

Veterans Memorial Park to reopen soon

A business boom isn’t the only thing catapulting J-town to a highly sought after place to live and play.

Louisville first responders honored on 9/11

Muslim Americans for Compassion delivered meals to first responders to thank them for their service.

Roberts Family Farm offers fun, family friendly getaway for the evening

Between September 15 and October 31, Roberts Family Farm offers a Pumpkin Patch, Hayrides, Corn maze (a flashlight corn maze at night), petting zoo, Momma Rob's Bakery, and a store to purchase local honey, soaps and crafts.

Hundreds of families wait for housing, academic opportunity at Family Scholar House

Family Scholar House is renowned for helping single parents get a college education by providing stable housing and a community that helps with childcare and teaches life skills.

Death of Trinity’s Davey Albright provides life through organ donation

Albright's heartbreaking death provided new life for a Trinity staff member.

New spay and neuter clinic opens

KY Humane Society expands spay and neuter clinic

West Louisville businesses working to bounce back after storm damage

The west side of the city was particularly hit hard by flooding, and now local businesses are having to spend time and money cleaning up.

Rally for Recovery provides hope

Those recovering from substance abuse disorder gathered at the Muhammad Ali Center on Saturday to provide hope to others who may be struggling.

No mystery: A soldier and a hero

It was not on a battlefield but in the cab of a burning truck on a Kentucky highway where Sgt. First Class Mario King risked his life, crawling into the flames to drag out truck driver Burl Bowling.

Louisville restaurant delivers hot Italian meals to the homeless

When their restaurant had to close for repairs, two chefs decided take their food to the streets.

Pass the Cash: Single mom with special needs kids, sinking in debt, gets a lifeline

Miranda works to support her family and must pay for a nurse to help her children while she’s at work.

Historic Locust Grove gifted $1 million

Historic Locust Grove announced a gift of $1 million on Thursday.

With just days left to live, man marries his best friend

Travis Irvine suffers from glioblastoma, an aggressive brain cancer.

Two heroes honored for pulling unconscious man from burning house

They were two people who had never seen each other before, working together to save the life of someone neither of them knew.

Lou City trades purple for pink to fight breast cancer

For the first time ever, Lou City FC will trade out the purple for the pink to benefit breast cancer research.