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.

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

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

LG&E approaching the final stretch of restorations

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

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

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

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

Brother of Shively homicide victim says shooting was over a girl

Thousands still without power in WAVE Country

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

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

Bardstown restaurant offering free meals to electrical workers following mass outage

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

Heaven Hill Distillery invests millions into the ‘bourbon renaissance’

Indiana man accused of molesting young family member

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

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

UK looks to get well against Middle Tennessee

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.

LIST: Closings, cancellations & delays

WAVE 3 News and WAVE3.com will be updating any closings, cancellations and delays across WAVE Country on Friday morning.

‘A lie’: Homeless man, couple who started $400K GoFundMe for him charged with theft, conspiracy

The couple who started Bobbitt's GoFundMe in November 2017, Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico, also turned themselves in to authorities Wednesday.

LMPD: 2 shootings near Churchill Downs connected; robbery suspect arrested

Police responded to two shootings in the Jacobs neighborhood Wednesday night during which they say a robbery victim and a suspect were shot.

Paristown Pointe development for 22 new homes approved, heads to Metro Council

Several neighbors were at the meeting to voice their opposition to the plan, which looks to put more than 20 homes on a two acre lot. Neighbors said they were told 12 homes were going to be built.

Power outages affect thousands across WAVE Country

More than 125,000 customers were without power across WAVE Country after Wednesday’s freezing rain.

Five Questions on Born4TheCity

A big birthday party is being held this Friday, and the entire city is invited. It’s called Born4TheCity. It’s the idea of TheeMARiO, the current Pastor of Praise Nation Church, and he hopes it will help dozens of families this Thanksgiving Day.

Northern California fire death toll reaches 63; Staggered evacuation plan questioned in fire’s aftermath

Questions are being raised after a fire-devastated Northern California town used a staggered evacuation plan to avoid gridlock.

Gregory Bush indicted on federal hate crime charges

The man who allegedly opened fire at a local Kroger store and killed two people now faces federal hate crime charges.

Man killed, person of interest in custody in Shively shooting

Police chased a man fleeing the scene of a deadly shooting in Shively on Thursday night, minutes after reports of another shooting just blocks away.

Louisville family upset after cat shot with arrow; cruelty registry proposed

Just barely peaking above the cone around its neck, the yellow eyes of a small gray cat named Kias have seen a lot lately.

Marion Co. woman decorates for Christmas, city citation follows

The day a Christmas decal went up on Deanna Rupa’s home, she said the City of Lebanon fined her. It is not the first time decorations on the home have become an issue.

WAVE Country sets up warming stations, emergency shelters

WAVE Country’s first brush with winter weather caused fallen trees, traffic problems and lots of power outages on Thursday. Officials and organizations worked to set up warming stations and temporary shelters for those affected.

Purrfect Day Cat Café exceeding adoption goals

Louisville’s Purrfect Day Cat Café is smashing adoption goals and attracting national attention.

Late falling leaves, early winter storm cause trees to fall

Leaves on the trees later than normal plus an icy storm early in the season left a mess for drivers and homeowners in Louisville on Thursday.

Meet Louisville’s cloned dog

For so many of us, a dog or cat is like a family member. And when they pass away, we wish we could do anything to bring them back. One local woman did just that. She cloned her dog.

Jeff Brohm should let his conscience be his guide

An honorable man with a strong conscience, Jeff Brohm soon will face a decision that will test him to the core of his being.

Makeovers, photoshoots capture the moment for people affected by cancer

The Capturing the Moment event gave people a snapshot of their new life moving forward.

Family homeless after house fire

Fire crews were called to Campground Road near the intersection of Schmitt Road around 8:45 p.m.

‘Hee Haw’ host Roy Clark dies

A publicist said country star Roy Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlined the TV show "Hee Haw" for nearly a quarter century, has died.

Home incarceration revoked, ex-cop Kenneth Betts rearrested

A former Louisville Metro Police Department officer, Betts is accused in the Explorer Program scandal.

Radcliff man charged with child sexual exploitation

The investigation began after it was discovered that Dagan Anthony Boothe was communicating online with a juvenile.

1 killed in crash on I-65 in Clark County

One person died after a minivan slowed down for a tree that fell on the interstate and was rear-ended by a semi, according to Indiana State Police.

Woman charged with animal cruelty after 44 dead dogs found in freezer

The rescued dogs were treated by animal shelter workers and taken to regional shelters for fostering or adoption.

JCPS open, operating on normal schedule; Other districts closed

Several other districts including Bullitt and Hardin County schools have canceled class.

Elderly woman who used wheelchair unable to escape when family dog attacked

The three family dogs were taken into custody by animal control, which will determine what will be done with them.

Charlestown residents demand end to brown water

For many in Charlestown, Ind., brown and black water flows from faucets due to a buildup in manganese in pipes that are more than 50 years old.

As temperatures drop, volunteers give warm clothes, hot meals to homeless

This week’s cold weather has prompted Wayside Christian Mission to wave its white flag, which invites everyone on the streets to come to the shelter during extreme cold and heat.

How to turn off video game messaging so sexual predators can’t contact your children

Learn how to turn off the chat and messaging functions on popular children's video games. We also heard back from some companies on their safety policies.

Firefighters begin to see progress against deadly California blazes, as death toll rises to 59

The cause of the fires remains under investigation, but they broke out around the time and place two utilities reported equipment trouble.

Young extras wanted in Louisville for new film ‘Secrets at the Lake’

The film started shooting in Louisville on Halloween.

Pike County massacre: Wagner family patriarch waives extradition

The prosecution of the suspects is expected to take years and be expensive

Kentucky Baptist Convention cuts ties with congregations who will hire LGBTQ employees

The KBC oversees more than 2,000 Southern Baptist churches across the Commonwealth.

Metro Councilman wants to see tougher animal abuse laws

District 8 Councilman Brandon Coan has introduced an ordinance that would create an animal abuse offender registry.

Are white flag nights enough to keep homeless population safe?

When the temperature drops below 35 degrees, area shelters open their doors to keep people safe from the cold.

Adding Your Organization to WAVE 3 News' Closings & Cancellations

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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.

Adkins launches governor campaign with pitch to rural voters

Kentucky is one of three states that will elect a governor in 2019, along with Louisiana and Mississippi.

Water outage reported at UofL; Classes canceled in some Speed School halls

Classes will resume on Thursday morning.

LIBA reminds shoppers to shop local this season

Locally-owned businesses are one-of-a-kind enterprises that are vital to the unique character of the Louisville Metro community.

McConnell re-elected as Senate Majority Leader

McConnell has not been challenged since becoming leader in 2006

Former Campbellsville basketball player identified as KS murder victim

Courtney Clifton Bivins, 27, of Kansas City, Missouri, played high school basketball at Lexington Christian Academy and collegiately at Campbellsville University.

Dr. Greg Postel pursuing fellowship

University President Neeli Bendapudi made the announcement on Wednesday.

Waggener High football coach ‘reassigned’

JCPS said a personnel matter is under review.

FDA recalls blood pressure medication due to possible risk of cancer

The FDA advises consumers to continue using the medication until their pharmacist provides a replacement or their doctor provides an alternative treatment option.

Florida man arrested for ‘Mother of Satan’ bomb materials, sheriff says

Sheriff's deputies in Florida responded to the home of Jared Coburn, 37, on Tuesday, according to the office's Facebook post. Officers found jars of triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, a highly volatile white crystalline powder.

Need to get out during winter weather? Check out these tips

Make sure your family has a safe, stress free ride when traveling during changing winter weather conditions.

Bevin: Zombies, abortions indicative of death-obsessed culture

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin ripped into the American zeitgeist on talk radio Tuesday morning, describing and lamenting a culture that “celebrates death.”

Dress up your front yard with the Hidden Valley Ranch inflatable bottle

The inflatable decoration is just one of many things you can buy from the Hidden Valley Ranch online store that was recently re-launched by the company.

JCPS looking for bus drivers during job fair

Applications for bus drivers and monitors will be accepted on site. Starting pay for full-time bus drivers is $20.75.

Air Force pilot dies in plane crash at Laughlin AFB, TX

The Air Force T-38C Talon crashed at about 7:40 p.m. at the base. The injured pilot was taken to the hospital. The pilot’s condition wasn’t disclosed.

Girl, 6, hit with stray bullet fired by security guard outside McDonald’s

The 6-year-old was able to take some steps and lift her injured leg after undergoing a three-hour surgery to get the bullet removed.

Kentucky man arrested after shooting homeowner during break-in

A man was shot several times at his home in Hart County, and police are on the lookout for the gunman.