Academy Sports + Outdoors hosting autograph events with former UK basketball players

Former Kentucky Wildcats basketball players PJ Washington and Keldon Johnson attending autograph events.

  KY democratic candidates for auditor debate ahead of primary

  Cincinnati police find missing teen in U-Haul, rape among charges filed in KY trafficking case

Floyd County coroner dies at age 72

Neighbors complain about Simmons College plan to build sports complex in California neighborhood

  JCPS talks tentative budget for 2019-2020

End Of Watch display gifted to LMPD’s First Division by fallen KSP trooper’s mother

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  Troubleshooter Exclusive: Ex-UofL dance coach was also investigated at local high school

  Clarksville moves to revoke Theatair X’s adult business license

Jeffersonville breaks ground on reconstruction of Spring Street

McConnell, Commissioner Quarles celebrate hemp in central Kentucky

  Airbnb surge in popularity prompts run for the rentals

Massive 10-inch crayfish found in Bowling Green

Walgreens to increase tobacco buying age

The drugstore will start the new policy in September.

State corrections officer charged with rape for having sex with prisoner

Tanya V. Risinger, 34, is being held in the Oldham County Detention Center.

  Woman shows her behind, unleashes racist tirade on African American family on Easter Sunday

Jessica and Kevin Hollinger were charged with disorderly conduct among other charges.

  Sex offenders will soon have to pay to be on registry

The fee is legal under Indiana law.

Boy thrown over balcony at Mall of America showing signs of recovery

Previously vacant building provides new life to West Louisville neighborhood

  Father accused of shooting 2-year-old son in the face with a shotgun

‘Trump Unity Bridge’ makes appearance on UofL campus

Business leaders get interactive chance to study unconscious bias

  Hunter yelled ‘Tom,' before shooting CPD officer, son, court docs say

  Kohl’s to begin accepting Amazon returns in all stores starting this summer

Beginning in July of 2019, Kohl’s will begin accepting unpackaged returns from Amazon customers at no additional cost.

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Indiana to host NRA-ILA Leadership Forum welcoming Trump, Pence

President Donald Trump will be in Indianapolis on Friday at the annual NRA Institute for Legislative Action Leadership Forum.

  Couple robbed at McDonald’s thank stranger who helped thwart purse snatcher

A stranger was shot in the face as he chased an alleged purse snatcher from a Louisville McDonald’s.

  Lawn care employee killed in workplace accident in Oldham County

A crew was cutting grass at the Cardinal Harbour subdivision, in Prospect, when the tragedy happened.

Twin toddlers killed in Kentucky house fire

The fire started around 11:15 a.m. Monday at a house off Ky 522 in the Totz community.

JCPS teacher resigns following fight with student that went viral

Cell phone video showed Waggener High School math teacher Charmaine Cureton confronting a girl in her class who swore at her.

  Ad campaign targets teen vaping in Kentucky

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky has announced the start of a peer-education campaign that will aim to disprove the idea that using electronic cigarettes is safe and harmless.

  VOTE: Shannon Cogan’s Derby 145 outfit

You can help her decide by voting, and entering for a chance to win $1,000.

  Do you know where this man could be?

A reward is being offered for information in the disappearance of Delmar Thomas "Tom" Curry.

  River Ridge to invest $315 million over two decades to continue business growth

So far, they’ve only developed about 1,200 of River Ridge’s 6,000 acre stretch.

Check out the most famous heists by state

Check out the most infamous heists by state, from American gangster John Dillinger to the disappearance of 300,000 packages of ramen.

MSD experiences cave-in at Dixie Hwy and Wilson Avenue

The repairs will continue through Wednesday, with the roadway open by Thursday evening.

  Councilwoman: It’s time for homeless urban campground in Louisville

Other cities have successful urban campgrounds. In Louisville, with more people choosing to live outside, there’s a push to make it happen.

Survey work to begin on Tuesday for Sherman Minton Renewal Project

The survey work will take two to three days to complete.

Food trucks won’t move into ‘zones’, changes still in the works

An ordinance proposed in October is still in the works, and could change how food trucks operate in Louisville.

Kentucky AG raising awareness about human trafficking ahead of Derby

Beshear said it’s not the Derby’s fault, but rather the fact that human traffickers target large-scale sporting events, that human trafficking increases during Derby each year.

Louisville attorney is suspended after multiple complaints

One month after a WAVE 3 News Troubleshooter Investigation aired, Louisville attorney Andrew Clooney's license to practice has been suspended by the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Louisville man arrested after hitting state police car and leaving scene

The Indiana State Police car was sideswiped while making a traffic stop on Interstate 64.

Allegations against once-wanted Kentucky man include child sex crime

Christopher Gregory sports a full head and neck of tattoos, as shown in his mugshot.

  'Hiding in plain sight’: Investigators release new sketch, video in case of 2 Indiana girls killed in 2017

Indiana State Police on Monday released a new suspect sketch, new video and new audio related to the slaying of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams, who were killed during a hiking trip.

  Trump, business organization sue Democratic House chairman to block subpoena of financial records

Rep. Elijah Cummings issued the subpoena earlier this month to Mazars USA, an accountant for the president and Trump Organization.

No danger to environment, water after fire at NKY steel plant

The fire happened at Steel Technologies at 3985 U.S. 42 in Ghent, Gallatin County dispatchers said.

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Parents can trade in unwanted car seats at Target’s annual event

The event starts Monday and will last through May 4.

  Louisville’s largest homeless camp forced to leave CSX rail line property

CSX is giving residents at the camp until the end of April to get out.

Monday marks deadline for Kentucky voter registration

Kentucky’s primary is a month away, but Monday, April 22 is the deadline to register to vote in those elections.

  Kentucky soldier dies in Iraq

A Kentucky soldier supporting Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq has died, the Kentucky Department of Defense said Sunday.

  Clarksville FD hand delivers Easter eggs after original event cancelled

Saturday’s heavy rain caused a decades-long Clarksville tradition--the annual Easter egg hunt--to be cancelled. But the local fire department stepped in to make sure kids still got their Easter treats.

Campbell County Jailer died in fatal crash on AA Highway

One person died and three people were hospitalized after a crash in Campbell County on April 15.

Man killed after vehicle flips, hits a wall in Maysville, KY

A man died early Sunday morning following a crash in Maysville, KY.

Man arrested after fire at Kenton County apartment

A man was arrested Sunday morning after a fire at the International Village apartments in Kenton County.

1 shot overnight in Shively

Officials are investigating after someone was shot in Shively early Sunday morning.

  Doctors warn chronic stress impacts physical, mental health

The body’s fight or flight response is nature’s way of helping cope with stressful situations.. But when stress is chronic, the body remains in high gear for an unhealthy amount of time.

  McDonald’s robbery leads to shooting by teenage suspect

Police said the shooting happened a short distance away from the robbery at McDonald's.

Police find woman wanted in Jennings Co. murder

The Jennings County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help to find a woman connected to a murder.

Multiple roads closed in Scottsburg area due to flooding

Multiple roads in the Scottsburg, Indiana area have been closed due to high water

POSITIVELY WAVE: LMPD enlists volunteers to build beds for kids in need

LMPD officers and employees banded together to built 24 beds for families.

Indiana man killed in head-on crash

Indiana State Police said the crash was reported around 9 p.m. Friday on State Road 258.

Clarksville to distribute 10,000 Easter eggs

The Clarksville Fire Department and Clarksville Parks will team up to distribute over 10,000 Easter eggs on Easter Sunday.

  A 5-K9 race for fallen Charlestown officer

Sergeant Ben Bertram was killed in a crash while pursuing a suspect in December. Saturday, his community held a 5-K9 so they could be there when Bertram’s name is honored in Washington DC.

  Wrongly jailed woman reunited with her sons

Aberdeen police say James Beckett, Jr. and Ashley Foster are wanted for trafficking heroin. They’ve been missing since April 1.

  Northern Kentucky BBQ business getting heat for ‘LGBTQ’ shirts

The owner says he has already sold out all of his shirts and has a back order for more.

Traffic Alert: Semi wreck causing major delays on Interstate 65

Drivers on Interstate 65 South should expect delays after a wreck involving a semi.

  FDA approves first generic naloxone nasal spray to treat opioid overdose

On Friday, the FDA approved the first generic nasal spray used to reverse opioid overdoses.

Jefferson County Coroner’s Office searching for man’s next of kin

The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office is trying to locate the next of kin for a 58-year-old man.

  Louisville’s homeless population has increased, but less are sleeping on the streets

The Coalition for the Homeless released its annual census this week.

  Louisville clinic offers reduced vaccines to fight measles outbreaks

The U.S. is in the middle of multiple measles outbreaks. Cases have been confirmed in 20 states, including Kentucky and Indiana.

Pedestrian struck, killed in hit and run in Jacobs neighborhood

A pedestrian has been struck by a car on Taylor Blvd.

Two people hit in Mall of St. Matthews parking lot

A pedestrian was hit by a car Friday night in the Mall of St. Matthews parking lot, just outside the movie theater.

  WAVE Country candy stores feel the Easter rush

The Easter rush is hitting some local family-owned candy shops.

  Group conducting study on how gun violence impacts child victims in Louisville

A quadruple shooting on I-264 puts the number of people shot in April so far at 64, according to LMPD. All the victims are teens.

  Third fire in a year at Riverview Towers sparks concern for building’s future

Three people were hospitalized with injuries that were not life-threatening after a fire broke out at Riverview Towers on Thursday night.

New substance abuse treatment facility opens in Jeffersonville

A new outpatient substance abuse treatment facility is now open in Jeffersonville.

  City of Jeffersonville to start long-needed improvements to Spring Street

Downtown Jeffersonville is continuing to look better and better. And that's by design.

Groups hold annual ecumenical walk for social justice awareness

Organizers say the 1.5 mile walk is a way to remember people suffering in our community from racism, poverty and violence.

  Mayor Fischer: No gag order on budget talk, much ado about nothing

Gag order: It’s a phrase that has at least one Metro Councilmember and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer annoyed for different reasons.

Sweet Peach’s provides hundreds of hams for Easter dinner

The African-American Think Tank teamed up with Sweet Peaches to give out 200 hams Friday afternoon.