Family of missing Louisville mother still holding out hope more than 5 months after her disappearance

The Knabel family is hoping they will find their daughter after she disappeared five months prior.

Synergy Project launches in Louisville to build community trust

  Louisville boy raises more than $30,000 for hospital after beating cancer

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

Louisville Heart Ball 2020 to provide support in heart health and research

Women Empowered group teaching women life-saving defense techniques

Southern Indiana Pride pushes Jeffersonville to pass fairness ordinance

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12 graduate Salvation Army culinary program

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

WAVE 3 News is getting a dog!

Canine Companions for Independence providing magic for Shannon Cogan’s family

  TARC announces new Rapid Line plan aimed at improving efficiency

Record-setting adoption figures leave KHS celebrating ‘Year Of The Cat’

Tree planting initiative helps provide natural balance for teens in foster care

24 trees were planted by volunteers on Sunday who want to help improve the lives of the boys and girls who live on campus at the Boys and Girls Haven on Goldsmith Lane.

Families helping developing countries get access to fresh water, new shoes through Waterstep

Dozens of students and parents are taking time out of their winter break to help people in developing countries.

Charlestown mayor hosting public feedback event Saturday

Mayor Hodges is holding the event at the Charlestown Arts and Enrichment Center.

  Report: Louisville gets perfect score for LGBTQ support

In 2019, for the 5th straight year, Louisville scored a “100” on the Municipal Equality Index, a report card created by the Human Rights Campaign.

Louisville’s Rev. Kevin Cosby presented Medallion Award for activism, leadership

Louisvillian kids learn about Kwanzaa at Cabbage Patch Settlement House

  First Louisville babies of 2020 born 5 minutes away from each other

  West Louisville YMCA home of new Norton medical office

Lyft discounts offered in KY until Jan. 1 to prevent drunk driving

YouthBuild Louisville receives $1.5 million grant

  Popular owner of Loop Barber Shop to sell business, retire

The Loop Barber Shop, the oldest barber shop in Louisville, which opened in 1926 on Douglass Boulevard, will still be open in the Douglass Loop, but its longtime owner is hanging up his scissors, for now.

  Kentucky teen hopes widely shared Facebook post keeps charitable momentum going

A Kentucky teen’s story has gone viral for her Christmas generosity after her mother shared it all on Facebook.

Blood donors can give Friday at last day of Donorama

The annual blood drive takes place Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel near the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.

KY Veteran’s Club takes a shot at a different type of holiday party

The Veteran’s Club Christmas Party was held Monday night at the Louisville Armory Gun Range.

  Boxes of Love prepares Christmas meals for families in need

Volunteers gathered at Fourth Street Live Monday to put together Christmas meals for families in Louisville and Southern Indiana.

  Broadway and Brook Street home base for support for hundreds

Up to 400 people in need know that every week, they can rely on one spot where they can get food, clothes, toiletries and encouragement.

More than 19 tons of food delivered by Crothersville FFA during annual toy and food drive

The Crothersville Future Farmers of America organization is celebrating a successful food and toy drive, collecting and delivering more than 19 tons of food Saturday to families in Crothersville area.

Food and toy giveaway at Greater Israel Baptist Church provides joy for the holidays

The Kristy Love Foundation in partnership with Greater Israel Baptist Church made sure that Louisville residents have the food they need and a little Christmas cheer too.

Strictly 2s Motorcycle Club hosts Christmas party for families in need

A local motorcycle club gave back to the community, organizing a children’s Christmas party for less fortunate families Saturday at Feed the City Church on South 26th Street.

Rescue dog with terminal cancer treated to meet-and-greet with fans from social media

Mae was found as a stray in Harrison County and diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Salvation Army needs last-minute donors to help fill Red Kettles for the needy

Money raised in the kettles helps the Salvation Army serve hot meals seven days a week and provide a place to stay for 200 people each night.

More bus stop seats from the old Cardinal Stadium installed in the Highlands

Councilman Brandon Coan started on the project in September shortly after the old Cardinal Stadium was demolished.

  Trucker rewarded for 3 million miles of accident-free driving

Following in his father's footsteps, L.A. Hall started driving in 1976.

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

Each week, the Kentucky Humane Society is sharing photos of adorable cats and dogs available for adoption.

Louisville native and up-and-coming rapper gives back to kids before Christmas

2K Baby said now that he is finding success in the music business, he wanted to give back to his hometown and make sure families have a Merry Christmas.

New Albany Flow Park reopens with renovations, visitors remember skater killed last year

The Flow Park is on the waterfront between the Sherman Minton Bridge and the amphitheater.

Musicians rock out at Headliners for Ninth Annual Give a Jam fundraiser for the homeless

This year’s event featured performances by dozens of local musicians and artists, including Ben Sollee.

  Iroquois High students, new principal eager to change perception of school

Iroquois High School had a tough start to the semester, but it's ending it with a new leader who is committed to making a difference.

  $232K donation helps The Salvation Army give back to community

The donation was made possible by Kroger shoppers who purchased a Food Angel.

  West Louisville YMCA celebrates historic opening

Although Republic Bank Foundation YMCA on West Broadway has officially been open for a few days, Wednesday ceremoniously marked the first day of what community members hope will mark it as a staple for years to come.

Miracle on Broadway pop-up store makes Christmas shopping accessible for the needy

Those who signed up to go shopping at the store were helped out by a volunteer to pick out presents for their kids.

Volunteers in New Albany serve meals, holiday cheer for homeless at Bicknell Park

Volunteers made sure that members of the homeless community had a holiday meal Sunday as “We the People of New Albany” hosted a Christmas picnic at Bicknell Park.

Cards basketball collecting toys for charity before Saturday’s game

Anyone heading to the University of Louisville men’s basketball game Saturday against Eastern Kentucky can also help make a child’s holiday bright by donating a new toy.

Volunteers pack baskets for St. John’s Christmas Food Drive

Each basket contains about $100 worth of food.

LFD firefighters double Meals on Wheels deliveries as home check-ups

LFD firefighters helped deliver an annual supply of shelf-stable food items to Meals on Wheels recipients on Friday.

TARC and Kroger partner together for improved mobility

There are now 20 in-store Kroger locations across Kentucky and Indiana for the public to now add fare and purchase MyTARC cards.

YouthBuild hosts Building Lives Breakfast, shows off community accomplishments

YouthBuild is an organization with a mission of helping young people accomplish life goals like preparing for college or a new career.

  Louisville teen’s recovery story helps secure grant for Oldham County Humane Society

Shane Roof said he is glad his story helped the shelter who helped him.

Mall St. Matthews going green with solar panels

A major shopping center in Louisville is going green.

Late Humana founder David Jones honored months after his death

A special ceremony at Humana on Wednesday honored the life of company founder David Jones, who died this year after undergoing treatment for multiple myeloma, a form of cancer.

  Heart outweighs soul at Big Mommas on Christmas Day

From fresh cornbread to homemade macaroni and cheese, Big Mommas Soul Kitchen is a Louisville must.

More than $80,000 raised at Salvation Army Angel-A-Thon

People in Kentuckiana donated $81,748 in total.

JCPS students deliver thousands of holiday cards to seniors

Middle school students from six JCPS schools visited residents of Jefferson Manor Rehab & Wellness Tuesday to deliver 10,000 holiday cards to senior citizens.

Louisville girl honored at inauguration after winning ‘Team Kentucky’ poster contest

A Louisville girl will be honored at the inauguration ceremonies in Frankfort tomorrow as a winner of the “Team Kentucky” poster contest.

Ace of Fadez barbershop helping customers cut deep by depression

The manager of the shop said depression runs wild in the area, but a lot of people don't know where to get help.

Louisville Orchestra musicians giving free concerts to retirement home residents

Musicians from the Louisville Orchestra hoping to spread the Christmas cheer to local retirement homes by traveling and performing free concerts in December.

  Give-a-Jam gives you a way to help the homeless in our community

There will be music, food, and people who want to see positive change in our community coming together once again for the 9th annual Give-a-Jam to End Homelessness.

Salvation Army Angel Tree deadline approaching for adoption and return

The deadline is coming up soon, but there’s still time to adopt a Salvation Army angel and drop off gifts.

Louisville Urban League talks accomplishments made in 2019

Their commitment to closing the wealth gap in Louisville was reaffirmed in today’s discussion.

Local non-profit aimed at helping veterans earns award

A Louisville-area non-profit started by a medically-retired combat veteran is bringing home an award that will help build a center for veterans in the Pleasure Ridge Park area.

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

Each week, the Kentucky Humane Society is sharing photos of adorable cats and dogs available for adoption.

Santa visits Louisville’s California neighborhood to spread Christmas cheer

Santa even handed out some Christmas gifts a little early.

Clark County deputies treat 40 kids to holiday shopping spree

After the haul, the kids were treated to a holiday meal with Santa Claus.

  Winter Woods Spectacular at Iroquois Park promises a magical, drive-through experience

Tickets must be pre-purchased for the event and will not be sold at the park.

  Olmsted Academy South students organize Puppy Room fundraiser

Students at Olmsted Academy South organized a Puppy Room for their classmates Wednesday.

Bake sale aimed at raising money for Coat-A-Kid program

FOP Lodge 77 began its silent auction and bake sale Wednesday at the Judicial Center.

Clark Memorial Health employees donate Blessing Bags to Jesus Cares at Exit 0

Food items, toiletries, socks, gloves, and hats filled the one-gallon bags that will go to the homeless and very low-income families in Clark County.

Vera Bradley donates $136k to non-profit Blessings in a Backpack

Vera Bradley gave $136,000 to Blessings in a Backpack, thanks in part to donations from customers.

White Christmas exhibit at the Frazier celebrating 65 years of the famous holiday musical

Several props that were featured in the 1954 holiday musical are on display.

Serious shoppers hit the stores before Black Friday

“You can’t wait till Friday," said shopper Kristi Gay. "Friday it’s all picked over, it’s done.”

APPKI provides Thanksgiving lunch to men battling addiction

APPKI stands for the Association of Pakistani Physicians of Kentucky and Indiana.

Schedule for Light Up Louisville 2019 announced

The schedule of activities features a day full of fun!

Brown Hotel chefs make miniature village with 90 pounds of gingerbread

The edible display is 8 feet long, 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide, and it took 90 hours to make.

F45 Lyndon training facility opens in Westport Village

F45 Lyndon specializes in high-intensity interval training, which is designed to torch a ton of calories.

Louisville ice skating shows off real ice in new location

Wednesday afternoon, the rink had its grand opening at Fete de Noel in Paristown.

Dozens of turkeys deep-fried for a good cause on Thanksgiving Eve

Re:Center Ministries held its third annual Mission: Possible Turkey Fry on Wednesday.

Preview tours being held for West Louisville YMCA opening in December

The Republic Bank Foundation YMCA is holding preview tours to see the facility before it officially opens in December.

  Community offers thoughts and prayers for beloved West Washington School coach after stroke

Classes were cancelled Monday and Tuesday at West Washington School after devastating news that beloved coach Phillip Bowsman was having complications with a stroke and was not expected to survive.