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Shawnee community members create holiday light up event

Light Up Shawnee is scheduled for Saturday, December 8.

WAVE 3 News Sunrise Early Riser: Elizabeth Kizito

Southern Indiana author discusses his book, new movie adaptation

Frank Bill, a southern Indiana author talks with WAVE 3 News' Rachael Krause about his three books, one of which has been adapted into in independent film.

Louisville food truck vendors argue against proposed ordinance

The proposed ordinance would create zones where the food trucks or any other vendors can sell.

Breeders' Cup fashion: What to wear

Derby is about color and fun. Breeders' Cup hats are in darker, more fall-like colors and thicker fabrics.

Pass the Cash: Woman surprised with donation while getting car repaired

Jeff told us about a woman he works with, Ms. Joanie, who had to take five months off work for knee surgery.

Little Black Dress project to raise awareness of those living in poverty

several WAVE 3 News women including Dawne Gee, Connie Leonard, Lauren Jones, Kayla VanMeter, Tawana Andrew and Shannon Cogan are participating.

Win a chance to see "I Got The Hook-Up 2" with Master P himself

Entertainment mogul Master P is looking for someone from Louisville to be his guest in Hollywood for the red carpet premier of his new movie.

Army vet receives mortgage free home thanks to national organization

Members of our armed forces put their lives on the line for our country and on Monday, one deserving military family got a proper thank you.

Former tannery sits in ruins after fire

The former Moser Leather Company, once a busy tannery, now sits in ruins.

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VIDEO: Son of slain shop owner remembers hard-working, loving father

Shyam Patel, whose father, Praful Patel, was shot dead while working at the convenience store he owned last week, gave an emotional interview to WAVE 3 News' Ma

VIDEO: Independent candidates duke it out in mayoral debate

After incumbent Mayor Greg Fischer and Republican challenger Angela Leet took center stage in a mayoral forum, five independent candidates took their turn.

JCPS to host second Hip-Hop Summit for teachers, students and parents

The JCPS department of Diversity, Equity and Poverty is hosting its second Hip-Hop Summit on Thursday, October 18 at Shawnee High School.

TDFN: Week 9 high school football highlights

Kendrick Haskins and Taylor Durden, who puts the "TD" in "TDFN," have the highlights from Week 9 of local high school football action.

Tito's vodka creates unique cocktails for Witches Night Out

Witches Night Out is a fundraising event to benefit Ovarian Awareness of Kentucky. It takes place Saturday, October 27 at The Kentucky Expo Center.

Huber's Orchard and Winery an October hot spot for families, visitors

People from all over the country come to Starlight, Ind., this time of year. For many, it's a family tradition.

Trinity, Sacred Heart play lacrosse game ... with a twist

An all-boys school and an all-girls school gathered on the lacrosse field Thursday night for a good cause.

West Louisville residents oppose another new liquor store

Some residents in West Louisville believe another liquor store could mean more trash and crime in the area.

Vitalis Lanshima's Metro Council colleagues delay inquiry into his bid for Nigerian office

The Metro Council member who's missed 20 meetings since July is now required to show documentation proving he's running for office in his native country.

Big 4 Bridge: Water damage leaves light display's future uncertain

The decorative light display along the Big 4 Bridge went out after a storm back in July, and its future remains in the dark.

Pre-registration is underway for LIHEAP, for low-income families

Pre-registration is underway for LIHEAP, a program that helps low-income families pay their heating bills during the winter.

Forum opens conversation about policing in the black community

Hours after a forum aimed at addressing issues of policing in the black community, Dr. Kevin Cosby broke his silence about being pulled over, in an incident tha

VIDEO: Metro Councilman Vitalis Lanshima's news conference

Metro Councilman Vitalis Lanshima spoke at a news conference Wednesday, addressing questions about his whereabouts in recent months.

Hero school resource officer honored after stopping armed man

A Corydon Elementary School resource officer was honored Tuesday for his actions after a man walked into the school with a pellet gun.

Positively WAVE: Traveling man stops in Louisville to mow family's lawn for free

Rodney Smith Jr. is cutting lawns and doing odd jobs all across America this month, and he was helping one family in Louisville on Tuesday.

Tom Dillard receives first WAVE 3 News Early Riser award

PNC donates thousands to Imagination Library

PNC bank donated a large sum of money to Imagination Library.

Roberts Family Farm offers fun, family friendly getaway for the evening

Between September 15 and October 31, the farm offers a Pumpkin Patch, Hayrides, Corn maze, petting zoo, and so much more.

New Girl Scouts badges encourage girls to learn STEM skills

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Ocean City

How to get the perfect walking dead look for the annual Zombie Walk

How to get the perfect walking dead look for the annual Zombie Walk

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Anoosh Bistro

Kentucky Shakespeare

Kentucky Shakespeare