Kiosk to connect people with support services installed at Main Library

As LouieConnect.com turns one, Family Scholar House is placing a new kiosk at the downtown Louisville library.

  Pass the Cash: Grandmother, victim of theft blessed by co-workers

  Silver Creek High students create Kentuckianapoly board game with local businesses

Lightning strike takes down Big Four Bridge’s light show

  Louisville Urban League moving forward with sports and learning complex

  LMPD honors outstanding officers and civilians

#smashSMARDchallenge raising money for rare disease

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  Zoo and Mega Cavern open again after sinkhole scare

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

  Pass the Cash: Family of child with spina bifida gets money for handicap-accessible room

SummerWorks program kicks off in Louisville; here’s how to sign up

Kentucky Humane Society launches horse help line

  Judge allows group to plant trees in Greenwood Cemetery

  KEA asks teachers not to sickout ahead of ACT testing day

JCPS announced it has rescheduled the ACT test planned for Tuesday to April 24.

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

Each week, the Kentucky Humane Society is sharing photos of their adorable cats and dogs available for adoption.

Hope and Healing honors loved ones at Muhammad Ali Center

The Hope and Healing event honored those who died a sudden, traumatic death, like a homicide, overdose or accident. The goal was to provide a place for people who are grieving to join with others sharing the same pain.

Shelby Park plants its 500th tree in 5 years

The neighborhood set a goal of planting 500 trees back in 2014, and they accomplished it on Saturday morning.

  Louisville top chefs help students fundraise for local culinary program

5 questions with the founder of ‘Louisville’s Got Talent’

Mission BBQ Partners with Veteran’s Club to help vets through Equine Program

WAVE Country students honored with Black History Makers of Tomorrow scholarships

  Pass the Cash: Walmart employee receives help in midst of car, housing issues

Kentucky Center fire repairs, renovations won’t be complete until Nov. 2019

Girl Scouts hope to send 50K cookies to troops

Operation Cookie is a joint effort between the Girl Scouts and Republic Bank to collect money to purchase cookies to send to members of the U.S. armed forces.

Louisville Urban League honors black community leaders with unique portraits

The portraits were created by local artist Jaylin Stewart.

WAVE Country teen facing second bone marrow transplant

A local teen has battled cancer three times and is facing his second bone marrow transplant.

Southern Indiana group hosts climate change workshop

Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a nonprofit, non-partisan group from southern Indiana, taught others how they can help the environment Sunday.

  Young boxers journey to the Louisville Select Boxing Championship

Two brothers hope to become local boxing champs Saturday. But their road to the ring wasn't easy.

Five Questions with founders of Anchal

The company works with artisans in India to create an assortment of bedding, quilts, pillows and travel bags, while helping the women escape sex trafficking and provide for themselves.

Mike Berry, longest-serving president and CEO in KDF history, will step down after this year

Berry, a Louisville native, first joined the Festival in 1986 and has been its CEO for the last 22 years. He is the longest serving president and CEO of the city’s most popular festival.

  Local organization asks for bikes to help people get to work

Pedal Power renovates bikes and donates them to those in need. Right now, the organization only has about 40 bikes. Their goal is to collect another 150.

Community leaders, volunteers honored for Black History Month

Community leaders and volunteers were honored Thursday as part of Louisville Metro Council’s Black History Month.

  Positively WAVE: Louisville woman finds long-lost father through DNA kit after 62 years

Martha Smith Bingham has always felt that there was a piece of her life that was missing. Over the years, she’s prayed for one thing -- to find her father.

  1968 Grateful Dead show at Bellarmine seems much more interesting 50 years later

It was a culture clash, that believe it or not, almost went unnoticed.

Dawne Gee to be honored with prestigious Fleur de Lis award Wednesday night

Both on the street and for her community work, Dawne Gee is one of Louisville’s most famous faces, and one of its most enthusiastic advocates.

Kings Island builds affordable dorms for workers who live 25+ miles from park

Weekly rent at the dorms is $65, which includes furniture, free Wi-Fi and utilities.

  Positively WAVE: Popular cookie shop thankful for homeless veteran’s sweet gesture

You may have had a Kizito cookie or seen them around town. And recently, a kind gesture on the outside of the store made the viral rounds on social media.

Book of Mormon is coming to The Kentucky Center

A pre-show lottery will be available at the box office for "The Book of Mormon", making a limited number of tickets available at $25 apiece.

  Family, friends to hold blood drive in memory of New Albany man killed skateboarding

The community is invited to take part in the #LiveLikeMatt Blood Drive Monday, Feb. 18 from 3 to 7 p.m. at 8th Street Pizza, 800 E. 8th St., in New Albany.

Parents, kids warm up with Louisville summer camp fair

Recent weather had WAVE Country parents and kids already looking ahead to warm, sunny summer instead of snow, ice and rain on Sunday at the Summer Camp Fair.

Kentucky Historical Marker dedicated to architect Samuel Plato

Samuel Plato was an African American architect who practiced and had a highly successful career in the early 1900s. His marker now sits at Broadway Temple AME Zion Church in Louisville, a building he created.

  Survivors bring awareness to human trafficking

Survivors came together to speak up and help the community learn how they can protect their family, friends and strangers.

  POSITIVELY WAVE: Students crown classmate with autism homecoming king

Homecoming may have been a week ago, but students around Lanesville High School are still thinking about it. Students voted for and crowned Peyton Wolfe, who has autism, as homecoming king on Feb. 8.

Rajon Rondo gifts new shoes to high achieving students at new JCPS school

A Louisville native turned NBA star gave an assist to some students at the W.E.B. DuBois Academy.

New snow leopard on the way to Louisville Zoo

UPS announced this week it’s moving 1-year-old Meru from the Los Angeles Zoo to Louisville early Saturday.

  Pass the Cash: Veteran gets help to make a house a home

Bob's mother's home needed major repairs, and he did the best he could with the savings he had to keep them from becoming homeless. But so much more needs to be done.

Fund for the Arts announces Imagine Greater Louisville 2020 grant recipients

Fifteen schools, artists and groups are the recipients of Imagine Greater Louisville 2020 grants.The announcements were made Thursday at Western Middle School for the Arts.

Artist surprises Louisville shop owner with designs on boarded windows

Elizabeth Kizito said she has been waiting on new windows for a month. People think she’s closed and it’s hurt her business.

Fallen LMPD Det. Deidre Mengedoht honored in Frankfort

Her family stood on the Senate floor, wiping away tears as several tributes were given.

  Dolly Parton honored with MusiCares’ Person of the Year award for work with Imagination Library

The "Queen of Country Music" was honored on Friday night.

Yearlings Club honors civil rights activists Medgar Evers, Alberta Jones

The event honored Black History Month by sharing the stories of Medgar Evers and Alberta Jones.

  Son of fallen LMPD Det. Deidre Mengedoht treated to shopping spree

Those shopping with Preston hoped it helped him just get to be a kid for a minute.

  Housing facility for homeless veterans in New Albany nears completion

It’s not a shelter, but instead, more long-term care for those at risk for homelessness, working to help get them back on their feet.

  Celebrities, state leaders visit KY school for Black History Month

Students in Hardin County learned black history has been written, but it’s not done.

Five Questions with only Kentucky company chosen for Silicon Valley event

The founder of Wicked Sheets is heading to the 2019 Startup Grind Global Conference in Redwood City, CA.

  Louisville non-profit affected by Google Fiber leaving town

Google Fiber launched at Neighborhood House in October 2017.

  Pass the Cash: Man recovering from kidney transplant receives another blessing

Mike is celebrating the birth of his first child, while also fighting to stay alive.

  Louisville mom celebrates son coming out as trans with epic gender reveal photo shoot

The photo shoot happened on a whim. But the pictures have since been seen around the world, with 15,000 shares and counting.

  Developers want to build condos on Swiss Hall property

After a bar and restaurant’s attempt to rezone the location in 2018 failed, Jeff Underhill decided to buy the property to add more homes to the area.

  Woman who lost family member to cancer wins $300K in Louisville cancer charity’s fundraiser

Leslie Duncan’s story brought goosebumps to Monday’s audience of the Queen of Hearts at Khalil’s.

Woman wins $300K in south Louisville charity raffle

A raffle to benefit a cancer charity ran 10 months before a winner found the Queen of Hearts.

  Kentucky Center’s new performance venue in Paristown to open this summer

The name of the venue -- Old Forester’s Paristown Hall -- is designed to celebrate Louisville and the historic neighborhood it's in.

  Are you old enough to have fun at Dave & Buster’s?

Dave & Buster’s age restriction policy is stricter than the mall's policy.

  2019 Thunder Over Louisville theme celebrates fairy tales, animated movies

The 2019 show theme, The Wonderful World of Thunder, will be a celebration of every favorite fairy tale and animated movie.

Feeder’s Supply celebrates pets with pup pastries, will host Fur-ever V-Day event

Next Sunday, Feb. 10, Feeder’s Supply stores will host a Fur-ever Love Adoption event in partnership with numerous humane societies and rescue organizations.

  Community erases hateful messages from Louisville Hindu temple

The community showed its support Saturday for members of a Hindu temple vandalized with hateful graffiti.

‘Shop & Share’ event helps local domestic violence shelters

For the 10th year, the Shop & Share event came to Kroger stores across Kentucky on Saturday.

  Sports writer Billy Reed donates a career-spanning collection to Bellarmine University

Reed donated his collection of memorabilia and publications spanning his career, starting in 1959.

Louisville Zoo loses 22-year-old female lion, Kariba

The zoo’s only female lion, Kariba, was in declining health. She was humanely euthanized on Wednesday.

Five Questions on the Louisville Jewish Film Festival

The festival runs from Feb. 7 to 27 at various Louisville venues.

  New micro-distillery looking to land in Park Hill neighborhood

The zoning change hasn’t been submitted yet, but developers are hoping to open an international business and expand the Bourbon Trail into an area in need of some economic development.

  Volunteers search streets for people without shelter in frigid conditions

Volunteers with southern Indiana homeless outreach organization, Jesus Cares at Exit 0, are checking the streets to make sure no one is left outside.

  Pass the Cash: Community steps up to get mother of 5 into safe car

Sometimes it takes a village to solve a crisis and this week WAVE Country came through.

American Red Cross issues emergency call for blood, platelet donors

Between frigid temperatures and the government shutdown the American Red Cross is issuing an emergency call for blood and platelet donors.

  Charlestown teen splits time between home, Hollywood to act on TV show

Fifteen-year-old Dallas Edwards is a freshman at Charlestown High, and despite some serious Hollywood success, he has no immediate plans to leave Indiana anytime soon.

  Metro government, others prepare to protect homeless from extreme cold

As the temperature plummets, the conditions could become deadly for those living on the streets.

  Veteran’s Club continues giving to federal workers despite end of shutdown

One Louisville man said he plans to keep giving to those in the Coast Guard until they rebound from the financial troubles caused by the political battle.

Nearly 100 people become U.S. citizens at naturalization ceremony

Almost 100 people participated in the final step of the path to citizenship.

Five Questions on the Love Lab

Two Louisville women want to change that by helping women take daily steps toward becoming the woman of their dreams by taking ownership of their life and love.

Better Block Louisville comes to Parkland

The Better Block program is designed to help revitalize an area--to create new energy--and hopefully attract new businesses and development.

  Old Cardinal Stadium demo to take 3 to 4 months

Memories of Old Cardinal Stadium are being shared before it all comes down.