Teens on joyride crash into Louisville home

A group of teenagers lost control of a parent's car and crashed into the side of a house on Saturday evening.

Family Feud auditions held in Louisville

Hundreds of families tried out for Family Feud in Louisville on Saturday.

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.

Louisville Catholic church celebrates 145 years

St. Brigid is located at the corner of Hepburn and Baxter Avenues.

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.

Father of captured fugitive speaks following sons arrest

The father of a fugitive captured on Friday talks about his sons arrest and how he lived in the wild for days.

The average cost of 1 load of laundry is more than $4

A Vistra Communications report shows the average cost of eight loads of laundry is around $35.

Lyndon Fire Department mourns former Chief

The department announced his passing in a Facebook post.

Fugitive Shawn Christy captured, arrested in Ohio

The manhunt for Christy stretched through six states and into Canada, finally ending Friday. But his volatile relationship with lawmakers reportedly goes back about 10 years.

Bourbon and Beyond’s well-heeled fans

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

Some flea, tick meds causing seizures in pets, FDA warns

The FDA is warning that some pet flea and tick medications are causing animals to have seizures.

Kentucky hemp, CBD production grows as industry waits for regulators

A research pilot program has increased from just 14 pilot counties and 20 approved growers in 2014, to 73 counties and 210 growers as of September 2018, according to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

More electrical repairs to begin following fires, power outages at Riverview Towers

Two fires and a total power outage have created problems inside Riverview Towers in New Albany throughout the summer. Now, the New Albany Housing Authority says more electrical repairs are needed to the building--but it won’t totally fix the problem.

Man arrested for DUI, killing Louisville bicyclist has extensive criminal history

In court on Friday, it was revealed that Brian Casey was charged with nine prior DUIs in the state of Kentucky.

Metro Councilman concerned about where riders leave Bird scooters

One-hundred Bird scooters, that riders grab and drop off freely, are available to rent in Louisville.People are using them daily, but one concern has come up since the scooters launched.

Strike ends at Four Roses distillery

Unions representing Four Roses workers and the company have reached a tentative agreement, ending a 14-day strike, the Greater Louisville Labor Council and Four Roses Bourbon said on Friday.

Stores selling crack kits could lose liquor license

An undercover investigation by WAVE 3 News' John Boel on the sale of crack kits by local convenience stores revealed how easy it is to buy them. Now, Metro Council is taking action.

LMPD K-9 becomes trapped stopping burglary suspect

LMPD officers answered a burglar alarm at Farm Boy Market at Dixie Highway and West Oak Street in the Park Hill neighborhood.

Woman killed in Lake Dreamland neighborhood died of ‘multiple blunt force injuries’

Friday afternoon, the Jefferson County Coroner’s office identified the victim.

Man killed in Parkland shooting identified

It was reported around 6:55 p.m. Thursday in the 1000 block of South 29th Street.

Churchill Downs to build new rooftop seating area

The new Rooftop Lounge will overlook the race track. It will be located above the starting point of the Kentucky Derby

Exchange of allegations: A WAVE 3 News investigation

What happens when a mobile needle exchange sets up near a school and a playground? John Boel went undercover to find out.

Of sunrise, shopping malls, and technological nirvana: A newcomer experiences an Apple launch event

Most men lead lives of quiet desperation. Nowhere do Thoreau’s words ring more true than in the belly of a shopping mall at 6 a.m.

New app aimed at saving lives in Clark County

PulsePoint is a tool used nationwide to connect resources in the tense moments of cardiac arrest.

Questions about evidence collection raised in case of man charged with murder of ex-cheerleader

Just over two years ago, a former University of Louisville cheerleader died in what police believe was a drunk driving crash. Now, the attorney for the man charged wants to know more about how the evidence against his client was collected.

Prosecutor: No direct evidence live cats were put into freezer at Spencer Co. Animal Shelter

Allegations were made several weeks ago that animal shelter employees were euthanizing cats by putting them in a freezer.

Man left sexually explicit messages on female USI students' cars, deputies say

Aaron Douglas Otto, 31, is facing charges of intimidation and harassment.

Indiana trooper fired for alleged inappropriate relationship with teen girl

Bartholomew County prosecutors reviewed the allegations and declined to file criminal charges.

Goodwill to host expungement clinic

Their first clinic in June helped around 100 people.

Shelter shaves 2 pounds of fur off severely neglected dog

Shelter employees in California shaved more than 2 pounds of matted fur off a neglected poodle.

Former Southwest Airlines employee sues over alleged ‘whites-only’ break room

A former employee of Southwest Airlines is suing the company over claims of racial discrimination.

NKY city employee wrote herself $5K in checks, docs show

A police investigation shows she stole $5,509.63 in 2017.

Ft. Mitchell man gets 8 years for having 3K child porn images on computer

A Ft. Mitchell man has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison for receipt of child pornography.

Five Questions on the Bowman Field Aviation & Military Festival

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

Woman still stuck in apartment after elevator falls 14 floors

She asked the Louisville Metro Housing Authority to move her somewhere where she no longer has to step into an elevator.

LMPD officer trapped, cut out of car after crash on Bardstown Road

Police blocked a route to rush both drivers to University Hospital.

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.

$2 million oncology pharmacy headquarters opens in Louisville

The $2 million dollar headquarters to Onco360, an oncology pharmacy, opened in Louisville on Thursday.

Louisville bicyclist killed by suspected drunk driver in Hardin County

The crash happened just before 4 a.m. Thursday near the intersection of US 31W, also known as North Dixie Boulevard, and Bullion Boulevard.

LMPD investigation could determine whether traffic stop was racially motivated

FOP President Nicolai Jilek said he was allowed to view the officer’s body cam video and praised the actions of the officer.