Funeral director helps to fund services for homicide victims

  Aviation camp allows kids chance to fly planes

  Animal shelter uses facial recognition app to reunite pets with families

  Pass the Cash: Family friends help injured dad and his 3 daughters

  GLI asks music festival crowds to ‘Live in Lou’

The Salvation Army to open Southern Indiana cooling centers

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  Future Fund buys 115 more acres along Floyds Fork to prevent development

New clubhouse opened for cancer support organization Gilda’s Club

  Positively WAVE: Westport Orchestra’s Rock N’ Warhawks release new video

JCPS offers free school supplies at back-to-school events

Veterans compete in rugby, slalom races for National Wheelchair Games in Louisville

  Students and volunteers give Portland a new coat of paint

Volunteers of America gets help from Louisville veterans

The Louisville chapter of the Veterans Association of Real Estate donated both time and money to the VOA.

Norton employees fill 1,000 backpacks for Unity Jam

Norton hopes to help underserved communities with this event.

Sun Valley pool to open following renovations

Sun Valley is set to open after a ceremony at noon on Monday.

Norton Commons to celebrate 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing

Norton Commons, UofL Rauch Planetarium and the Louisville Astronomical teaming up to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

National Veterans Wheelchair Games take over downtown Louisville

Meijer announces special teacher discount for back to school season

  Church eliminates $6.2M worth of medical debt in Indiana

Shively mayor attends first town hall meeting

Impellizzeri’s offers deal to celebrate 40 years of operation

KFC celebrates National Fried Chicken Day with food donation

Swastikas removed from classroom display at IU Bloomington

The artwork had been in place for more than 100 years.

Low blood supply following the holiday leads to urgent call for donors

The Red Cross says most blood types have less than a three day supply available.

KSP troopers deliver teddy bears to children in hospitals

Trooper Teddy Bear Program aims to provide support to kids in traumatic or medical situations.

Schnitzelburg landmark Hauck’s Handy Store almost sold

Hauck’s closed in January after more than a century in business.

Local tattoo shop offering discount tattoos to support LGBTQ community

Louisville groups are getting together to help spread support for Louisville’s LGTBQ community through tattoos for tolerance.

  Teen Wimbledon phenom inspires West Louisville Tennis community

Fifteen-year-old Coco Gauff has become an inspiration for African-American girls watching across Louisville.

  Free glasses program paused in Ky. due to license issues

Halland Kendall has provided more than 700,000 glasses to people in 79 countries, and a portion of those glasses were given out in Kentucky.

Volunteers comfort shelter animals during holiday fireworks

Fireworks can be stressful for animals, especially those in shelters. That makes the Fourth of July a bit of a pain for them.

  Cincinnati officer helps replace homeless couple’s violin damaged in landslide

Officer Dunagan said he later stopped at Baroque Violin Shop looking to buy a used instrument to replace what was lost.

Dairy Del gives free ice cream to kids who recite Pledge of Allegiance

A local creamery carried on its annual tradition this Fourth of July.

  Southern Indiana veterans court gives second chance to those who’ve served

Many veterans struggle with issues after coming back from service, sometimes winding up in the court system. This is an alternative.

  Meet Jeffersonville’s new football coaches

The new leaders taking on the Red Devils this fall are finding deeper meaning in their new roles, while breaking barriers as a team.

  Pass the Cash: Co-workers step up to help Louisville woman travel for heart surgery

Sharon went into heart failure and the care she required at times was far from home.

  Louisville homeless shelter gets upgrade

The building housing St. Vincent de Paul's men's homeless shelter is over 100 years old and was long overdue for improvements.

Funeral arrangements announced for young Louisville father killed after visiting newborn twins

Police call the shooting of 20-year-old Tyrese Garvin a random act of violence.

  Vigil hosted to remember Crystal Rogers, missing mother of 5

The mystery surrounding the Bardstown, Kentucky woman's disappearance has gotten national attention, but still no one has been charged.

  Sun Valley pool expected to open July 15

City budget cuts have kept all four city pools closed this summer, but that’s about to change.

Riverview Independence Festival takes place Saturday

Riverview Independence Festival will take place Saturday, June 29 at Riverview Park.

Duke Energy Saver gives customer free home energy makeover

Since March 2015, more than 6,800 Duke Energy Indiana households have received free energy makeovers.

Empower women while shopping Dress for Success sale

Dress for Success provides a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and life.

Shiloh’s Coffee House gives all its profit away to help others

The coffee shop gives 100 percent of its profit to building orphanages and churches around the world.

New Albany students celebrate end of summer reading program

The program gives students the opportunity to improve their reading skills and confidence during summer break.

  Up-and-coming basketball league looks to provide more than just a good game

RUN, or Reviving Urban Neighborhoods, is a nonprofit focused on more than just x’s and o’s.

  Pass the Cash: Company follows through with air conditioning gift to cancer-stricken Highview firefighter

The 20-year Highview Fire veteran was promised a new air conditioner by Bowman's Heating and Cooling - and they made good on the commitment.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Tuesday, June 25

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Tuesday, June 25

Changes coming to River Road in downtown Louisville

The space will be transformed into a park-like setting underneath I-64 and the Belvedere.

New library features makerspace, more than 120K books and materials

The nearly 40,000 square foot library is located in Lyndon.

Bon Air Library offering free model train show

The display features more than 2,000 square feet of tracks and trains.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Friday, June 21

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Friday, June 21

St. Matthews church changes name

A church that sits on a prominent corner in St. Matthews will go by a new name.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Thursday, June 20

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Thursday, June 20

  PASS THE CASH: $3,000, new air conditioner gifted to Highview firefighter battling stage 4 cancer

In addition to his health struggles, Mike Henson’s home was also without air conditioning.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Wednesday, June 19

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Wednesday, June 19

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Tuesday, June 18

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Tuesday, June 18 - Supplies Over Seas and WLOU Summerfest 2019

  Record number of participants walk in Kentuckiana Pride Parade

This year, the Kentuckiana Pride Parade made history.

  Northeast Regional Library taking over for Middletown, ready to wow visitors

WAVE 3 News got a sneak peak of the new Northeast branch Friday and it is impressive.

  Look inside: Kentucky couple downsizing to tiny home

Paul and Katie Wheatley and their two dogs have enjoyed their 2,100-square-foot home for the past few years, but it's time for change.

  Another attempt launched to open 2 Louisville pools this summer

Children living in four Louisville communities learned they wouldn’t have a pool this summer, but two councilwomen aren't throwing in the towel.

  Construction of revitalized Beecher Terrace well underway

More than 500 Louisville households were relocated in a massive revitalization project that aimed to reunite West Louisville with downtown.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Wednesday, June 12

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Wednesday, June 12

  How to find free meals for low-income families this summer

School is out for summer, which means many kids who rely on school meals will struggle to get enough to eat.

JCPS rolls out Book Buggy program

Students can receive free books and more throughout June

  Dirt Bowl returns to its roots this summer, but park needs renovations

This year, the opening game and dunk contest will happen at Algonquin Park, where the event started 50 years ago.

TARC analyzing possible new routes, asking public for input

Through LINC, TARC plans to have new route designs for the next 20 years.

Jeffersonville firefighters soar to rescue stranded pet bird

The call of duty turned into the call of the wild this week for firefighters in Jeffersonville.

Louisville City FC offers teachers free tickets

Louisville City FC is showing teachers appreciation by offering free tickets.

  Summer swimming options announced amid city’s budget crisis

The announcement comes after the decision not to open four community pools this summer due to budget cuts.

Louisville recognizes National Gun Violence Awareness Day

An event downtown stressed the importance of gun safety and called for the community to help police get illegal guns off the streets.

Celebrate Fourth of July at Waterfront Park

The plans for 2019 Louisville Waterfront Fourth of July Celebration have been released.

Free books available to children, teens this summer

The Jefferson County Public Schools Book Buggy will follow the School Bus Café.

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

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

Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s donate fishing rods to help get kids outside

Donations of fishing rods and reels will help to get children outside and active.

TARC offers unlimited rides through affordable Summer Youth Pass

The pass, available to students, provides unlimited travel now through Aug. 31.

WWII vets honored ahead of 75th anniversary of D-Day

Louisville Slugger Museum hosted an event for World War II veterans Wednesday for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Wednesday, June 5

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Wednesday, June 5

Outdoor terrace opens in downtown Louisville

The goal was to make the terrace a place where people can come together and share ideas about how to make our community a great place to live.

  Another Miracle - this time in Louisville

New feelings and new emotions were all over the Miracle Playground in Fern Creek after a ribbon cutting. It’s a specially designed playground that is fully accessible to children of all abilities and all disabilities, physical, cognitive or emotional.

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Tuesday, June 4

WAVE Country with Dawne Gee for Tuesday, June 4