Man shot, killed one day before Thanksgiving

The shooting was reported in the 4300 block of Lonsdale Avenue around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman Dwight Mitchell.

  Robbery suspect shot by victim in Jacobs neighborhood

Video of fight between students on Louisville street corner leads to arrests

KY woman allowed to keep Christmas house decals up

Jockeys, Churchill Charlie visit patients at Norton Children’s Hospital

Police say man armed with multiple weapons planned mass shooting

Lawsuit: Officer convicted of abusing daughter continues to receive his pension

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  Beloved Seneca High School resource officer laid to rest

2 arrested, 1 shocked with Taser at CVG

Ex-UofL coach, State Farm agent heard using racial slur on phone call about lawsuit

Meet JCPS’ Exceptional Child Education Teacher of the Year

Helen Keller’s desk on display at American Printing House for the Blind

Historic Fayette County courthouse rededicated

Wagner family members arrested in execution-style murders of Pike Co., OH family

It is considered the state’s biggest and most complex homicide investigation.

Plea deal results in 30 year sentence in Hardin Co. murder case

Austen Green, 21, admitted to causing the death of Anthony Gullotto, 26, last December.

Tom Payne, former UK, Shawnee High player, granted parole

Payne, 68, had been serving a sentence at the Kentucky State Reformatory in La Grange on a rape conviction.

Gunman sexually assaults women at Catholic Supply, fatally shoots 1

A 911 caller reported that the shooter went inside the store and, at gunpoint, ordered all of the women inside to strip, sexually assaulted several of them, then shot one of them in the head.

  2020 visions: Presidential potentials make power moves - yes, already

KSP collecting food for annual Cram the Cruiser

Netflix: What’s coming and going in December

Facebook used to auction off child bride in South Sudan

Suspected Chicago gunman had relationship with ER doctor killed at hospital

Girl, 6, allegedly kills 1-year-old brother after being left alone with him in car

  3 dead, including officer, after suspected shooter opens fire at Chicago hospital

A gunman opened fire Monday at a Chicago hospital, killing three people, including a police officer and two hospital staffers, authorities said.

A few hardy wildfire survivors hunker down for long haul

A small group of residents who survived the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century are staying put and trying to live amid the ashen ruins.

Lighting concerns prompt residents to file lawsuit against Topgolf USA Louisville, LLC

Three households have filed a lawsuit to stop plans for lighting at the proposed Topgolf in Oxmoor Center.

KY woman accused of cutting, burning man with autism

Police said Taylor Gonsman was staying with the 20-year-old man when she cut him with a knife, whipped him with a stereo cord, burnt him with a hot spoon and shot him with an Airsoft gun.

Businesses rally in memory of beloved LMPD officer Jon Lesher

Local businesses are rallying around the family of a beloved LMPD homicide detective.

Historical marker dedicated at U.S. Marine Hospital

A beautiful antebellum building in the Portland neighborhood is finally getting the historic recognition it deserves.

  Search is on in New Albany for injured bear, struck on I-64

Investigators are trying to track the bear. If anyone sees the bear, call police.

Jefferson County PVA workers get letters of termination

A change in command is in the works at the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator’s office.

Bond raised for man charged in Jacobs neighborhood murder

The suspect is facing charges of murder, robbery, assault and burglary in connection to the shooting death of a man on Woodruff Avenue on Nov. 14.

FDA warns infants could get botulism from honey pacifiers

Four infants in Texas needed life-saving treatment for botulism between August and October, and all four had used pacifiers containing honey, the FDA said.

Trump says ‘no reason’ for him to hear Khashoggi death tape

Trump, in an interview that aired Sunday, made clear that the audio recording, supplied by the Turkish government, would not affect his response to the Oct. 2 killing of Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post who had been critical of the Saudi royal family.

Pfizer raising drug prices in 2019

The pharmaceutical giant says one drug will go up by 9 percent. Three others will rise 3 percent, and the others will see a 5-percent hike.

5-day-old baby dies after family pit bull attacks her in crib

Investigators ruled the death accidental, and no charges are expected to be filed.

Couple dies on the way to their wedding in PA car crash

The crash was the second to happen on the highway in less than 10 minutes.

Family carjacked in Pleasure Ridge Park

A woman and her two children were carjacked on Saturday in Pleasure Ridge Park, police said Sunday. The horrific carjacking left a mother panicked and her kids terrified.

‘We’ve never seen anything like this': Trump tours wildfire devastation, pledges aid

The remains of one person found Sunday and five found Saturday brought the death toll statewide to 80.

Police investigating shooting in Shawnee

Police are investigating a shooting in the Shawnee neighborhood.

Horses and Hope hosts race day at Churchill Downs

Horses and Hope is part of a project to increase cancer awareness, while treating survivors and their loved ones to a day at the track.

Dare to Care, Interfaith Paths to Peace hold vigil, walk for Bobby Ellis

The Dare to Care Food Bank and Interfaith Paths to Peace held a vigil and walk on Sunday night, in honor of Bobby Ellis.

Louisville company comes up with free solution to messy Thanksgiving problem

A Louisville man has come up with a creative, environmentally-friendly solution to a messy Thanksgiving problem.

Man claims to be officer in NKY scam

A man, claiming to be a Lieutenant, in the Boone county area is scamming people over the phone.

Man arrested after allegedly offering to pay family for sex with son

Police say the suspect admitted to the incident and told officers he was under the influence of drugs at the time.

  Huber’s Farm stays in the family

Four bidders shelled out a combined $2.7 million dollars at the auction block to keep the beloved business open--one of whom was a Huber.

Snow Ball raffle winners announced

There was lots of excitement at Saturday’s Snow Ball, held at the Omni Hotel. Winners were announced for the home in Norton Commons and a new BMW.

MOD Squad hosts community Thanksgiving dinner

The MOD Squad is headed by two Central Hardin High seniors--Dewena Nance Pittman and Samara Downing.

100 trees planted for Waterfront Botanical Gardens

One hundred trees have been planted on the site of the future Waterfront Botanical Gardens.

$2.7 million auction bid keeps Huber’s Farm in business

Thanksgiving dinner will be a good one for the Hubers in five days.

Two teens dead after train, car collide in Indiana

Two teenagers are dead after a train collided with a car in Bartholomew County.

UK avoids upset, breaks 2-game losing streak

Mike Edwards had two takeaways leading to Kentucky’s first two touchdowns and the No. 20 Wildcats made several fourth-quarter defensive stops for a 34-23 escape of Middle Tennessee on Saturday.

UofL blown out again in ACC finale

Ryan Finley threw for 316 yards and a career-high four touchdowns as North Carolina State cruised to a 52-10 victory over Louisville on Saturday.

How to watch UofL-NC State, Notre Dame-Syracuse games on WAVE 3 News on Saturday

WAVE 3 News will broadcast the Louisville football game Saturday at 12:20 p.m.

UofL QB Pass suspended for first quarter of NC State game, 2 players suspended for entire game

Louisville quarterback Jawon Pass is suspended for the first quarter of the Cardinal’s game against North Carolina State.

LG&E approaching the final stretch of restorations

Power crews are still working around the clock to restore power to more than 10,000 homes and businesses in Jefferson County.

‘Two-headed' deer killed in Ballard Co., KY

A “two-headed" deer was killed in Ballard County, Kentucky.

Lights Under Louisville expecting another record season with more lights, more options

Lights Under Louisville enters its 10th season offering customers longer hours and new ways to view the lights.

Wells Fargo, Habitat for Humanity celebrate 50th habitat in 5 years

Friday, Wells Fargo Advisors Bluegrass Complex and Habitat for Humanity celebrated their 50th build, a big milestone to commemorate five years of dedication to building homes for those in need.

Country star Tracy Lawrence teams up with Louisville organization to feed families

Lawrence first launched the initiative in Nashville, raising more than $300,000 so far.

Brother of Shively homicide victim says shooting was over a girl

Thursday, Shively officers responded to a shooting on Matheis Lane. The victim was found inside a home with multiple gunshot wounds.

  Thousands still without power in WAVE Country

The trip home from work was about 10 degrees warmer than last night, but still chilly, especially if you were one of the thousands of families in WAVE Country still without power.

Bill would allow Kentucky employers to fire, refuse to hire smokers

Even if you smoke off the clock, employers could choose not to hire you just because you’re a tobacco user.

NKY visitors bureau official charged with theft, accused of sending $3.8M in vendor checks

She was arrested by Covington police Friday just before 10:30 a.m.

Bardstown restaurant offering free meals to electrical workers following mass outage

The manager says it's all about showing appreciation.

Convicted serial killer from Lorain, OH confesses to killing more than 90 people

A Lorain, Ohio man convicted of three murders has confessed he was involved in roughly 90 killings over 50 years, the Associated Press reports.

Kits, life-saving training granted to school, county workers in Clark County

Uncontrolled bleeding is the leading cause of preventable deaths in trauma patients.

UofL scientists decode ‘whiskey webs’ that could catch counterfeiters

A University of Louisville scientist has discovered new microscopic properties of bourbon.Once diluted and evaporated, droplets from different bottles are leaving behind specific microscopic signatures.

JCPS teachers take to YouTube to improve student math skills

Marion C. Moore middle school teachers are getting creative in their classes through a platform that speaks to their students.

Louisville Metro, Hardin Co. accepting storm debris from residents

Over the next week, residents in Louisville and Hardin County with debris from Thursday’s storm will be able to dispose of it for free.

Heaven Hill Distillery invests millions into the ‘bourbon renaissance’

The distillery celebrated its investment by burying a bourbon bottle for good luck.

Indiana man accused of molesting young family member

Police said the investigation into Kenneth Sullivan started in October.

President Trump to nominate Ohio native and former Case Western student to head EPA

Ohio native Andrew Wheeler will get the nod from President Donald Trump to head the Environmental Protection Agency, a position that he served as in the interim since July.

Psychologist explains why some are elated, some are annoyed by Christmas music

Some listeners welcome it, while others despise this time of year.

UK looks to get well against Middle Tennessee

UK (7-3, 5-3 SEC) needs some offense. Plain and simple. The Wildcats have averaged 13.4 points per game in their last five outings, and have scored more than 28 points in a game twice this season.

Salvation Army’s deadline is today for Thanksgiving turkey donations

The Salvation Army is in need of 50, 20-pound turkeys to feed families in the Louisville community no later than Friday, Nov. 16 at 4 PM.

‘Walking Dead’ co-creator, a Kentucky native, hits back at Bevin following zombie remarks

Tony Moore, one of the co-creators of the uber-popular cable show “The Walking Dead,” reacted to Gov. Matt Bevin’s recent remarks about zombies and a death-obsessed culture.

GRAPHIC: Woman survives CA mass shooting, loses home in wildfire

A California family lost its home days after their daughter survived the deadly bar shooting in Thousand Oaks.

Dusty Witherspoon: Bullitt County teacher fired after allegedly threatening school

A Bullitt County teacher was fired Friday, about two weeks after she allegedly made a threat toward Bullitt Central High School.

Man accused of killing girlfriend, eating body parts, ruled competent for trial

In 2014, Joseph Oberhansley allegedly stabbed and killed his girlfriend, Tammy Jo Blanton, in her Jeffersonville home, and then ate parts of her body afterward.

Hardin Co.: I-65 to close for two hours on Friday morning

Interstate 65 is closing for two hours--in both directions--at Exit 91 in Hardin County on Friday morning for an emergency repair.