Taking Back Your Streets

  As budget overhaul looms, one neighborhood pushes forward

Public-private projects are breathing new life into the Shelby Park neighborhood.

  New technology makes it easier to recover stolen property

Volunteers restoring neglected cemetery in Chickasaw neighborhood

Officials discover five guns, 10 pounds of weed while responding to fire

Employer symposium for workers in recovery held in Louisville

  Project Guardian brings cameras, better security to Harrison County parks

Fort Knox honors former President George H.W. Bush

Continued Coverage

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

LMAS program getting national attention

  Crack kits ordinance moves closer to becoming law

Wyatt Williams; Prosecutors introduce new evidence in murder case

Second LMDC escapee held on $200,000 bond following Monday’s capture

LMPD makes arrests, seizes guns and drugs, invents new hash tag

Alley transformed into creative space for downtown workers, visitors

Once viewed as eyesores, a new downtown project is turning forgotten alleys into creative destinations.

Multi-million dollar grant seeks to empower Russell residents as neighborhood undergoes renaissance

Money is pouring in to the Russell neighborhood of Louisville in an attempt to help residents and local businesses prosper without displacement. It's called Russell: A Place of Promise.

  Undercover block watch reveals why crime is so high

If there is a devil – the Park Hill Housing Project is hell when it comes to crime in Louisville.

  WAVE 3 News Editorial - Taking Back Your Streets

We all want a safe place to live. Now it is time to do something about it.

When is living in a former meth lab only ‘sort of’ dangerous?

Taking Back Your Streets picnic brings solidarity to community

SLIDESHOW: The Inaugural Taking Back Your Streets Community Picnic

  Taking Back Your Streets special report addresses violence in Louisville

VIDEO: Mayor Fischer talks Taking Back Your Streets

UPDATED LIST: Kentucky’s 25 safest towns

Bashford Manor Residents Taking Back Their Neighborhood

It's a Louisville neighborhood known for it's Kentucky Derby Heritage. But, an increase in crime and a growing number of abandoned business in the last few years made it an area that people began to avoid. But as WAVE 3 Investigator Connie Leonard reports, things are changing at Bashford Manor, thanks to a group of people who decided to take back their neighborhood.