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  Teenager shot, killed on Cane Run Road in Shively

Teenager shot, killed on Cane Run Road in Shively

  Tax day approaching for those who haven't filed taxes

Tax day approaching for those who haven't filed taxes

  Man accused of robbing cemetery writes apology letter

Man accused of robbing cemetery writes apology letter

  Change in tax law could benefit churches with fish fry fundraisers

House Bill 354 aims to clean up the taxes unintentionally imposed on nonprofits and some religious organizations,

  Union leaders ready to take Louisville to court to uphold contracts, keep employees

Louisville has to come up with $35 million in cuts fast, which means public safety may take a huge hit come June 25.

  KDF Pegasus Pin Drawing: March 22, 2019

Watch WAVE 3 News at 7:30 p.m. each Friday up to the Kentucky Derby to see who wins the pegasus pin drawing live.

  LouCity soccer stadium beginning to take shape in Butchertown

When it’s done in time for the 2020 season, team officials say there will be nothing minor-league about it.

  Empowered women lead conference in Louisville

They represented no matter their age, race or identity. As women they share at least one common ground as their own Girl Boss.

  Coach Walz sidelined during Cards win in first NCAA tournament game

Walz quietly cheered on his team from his lunch table, talking to the TV and his players.

  Doctors urge chicken pox vaccines over exposure

Turns out chickenpox parties are an outdated way of thinking, experts said.

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  Louisville braces for budget cuts following Metro Council vote against tax hike

Mayor Greg Fischer said every expenditure is up for consideration.

  Charlie and Maverick: A blind dog and his guide dog

The two hounds are capturing hearts with their new Instagram account. They already have more than 40,000 followers.

  Brain injuries from contact sports send thousands of children to ER yearly, CDC says

The study also found that boys are twice as likely than girls to get a brain injury.

  Friday morning, March 22, 2019

  Your Money: Walmart, Facebook, Southwest

  Virtual reality used to train legal gun owners

U.S. Law Shield of Kentucky, with the Virtual Tactical Academy, put legal gun owners in a simulated situation that portrays reality.

  Metro Council rejects tax increase, votes to cut $35 million from city budget

The plan presented to the council Thursday combined budget cuts with new tax revenue in the form of raised insurance premiums. It failed.

  More than 400 educators attend bullying, suicide prevention summit

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among people between the ages of 10 and 34 in Kentucky.

  LMPD introduces new tech to help find stolen property

Thieves now have a new tool to reckon with if they plan on stealing your stuff.

  UofL coach takes time to help children with Down Syndrome

Just before his team's debut in the NCAA tournament, Coach Jeff Walz decided to take a few minutes out to remind us all that it’s okay to be different.

  Giant stingray spotted in Gulf of Mexico

A dive trip off the Florida coast spotted the giant stingray that was about 12-feet long from head to tail.

  Old Cardinal Stadium demolition begins

The site played a big role in the history of Louisville sports.

  Murder of UK football player Trent DiGiuro featured on Dateline

It happened as the offensive lineman was celebrating his 21st birthday, back in 1994.

  Giant steer visits Petco

Oliver Browning and Shelly Lumpkin put the policy to the test this week when they brought Oliver, an African Watusi steer, into a Petco near Houston.

  Thursday morning, March 21, 2019

  Your Money: Amazon skincare, Humana, Volvo

  Raccoon Rescue

  Pass the Cash: Grandmother, victim of theft blessed with surprise donation

Darlene's coworkers said she never complains. But after her furnace went out and her purse was stolen with her mortgage payment in it, they stepped in to help.

  Louisville program helping adults in crisis worried about funding from city

The program welcomes anyone in crisis 24/7, no matter their situation. Its funding could be cut by Metro Council.

  Police impersonator accused of robbery on the run in Shelby County

Impersonating police officers, experts say, happens a lot more than you think.

  Students make Monopoly game using southern Indiana businesses

One group of students from Silver Creek High is breathing new life into an old game by creating their own local version.

  Clark Memorial Bridge closures resume, will pause for major Yum! Center events

After a winter hiatus, painting will soon resume on the Clark Memorial Bridge. And that means nightly bridge closures.

  Family speaking out after 12-year-old bullied on social media

Family speaking out after 12-year-old bullied on social media

  KDF team putting finishing touches on Thunder Over Louisville

Finalizing maps, checking venues and reviewing the infrastructure.

  Math and science students in Bullitt County built catapults for competition

Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) students will compete against one another in May.