Newburg Church of Christ hosts community drive-up cookout

The Newburg Church of Christ wanted to help those in need during times of social distancing by hosting a community drive-up cookout.

  102-year-old local veteran celebrates birthday with drive-by parade

  Veterans urge people to seek alternatives after cancelations of public Memorial Day ceremonies

JCPS serves its 1 millionth meal since school closures

Gilda’s Club helps Kentuckians go green during pandemic

Riverview Independence Festival canceled because of coronavirus

JCPS expects to hand out 1 millionth meal of pandemic this week

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  94-year-old World War II veteran from Louisville surprised with birthday drive-by parade

Restaurant gives out jambalaya to ‘anyone who needs it’

Cardinal Dames raise money to help UofL workers fighting COVID-19

Polly’s Freeze opens for the season on Thursday

Mission BBQ honors veterans with free meals to remember Armed Forces Week

‘Kindness is not canceled’: Down Syndrome of Louisville spreads sweet message during pandemic

  Catholic churches to resume in-person mass and communion

“I don't take lightly the efforts that are being made to return and to participation in mass,” Archbishop Joseph Kurtz said.

NuLu Bockfest canceled for 2020

The Nulu Bock Fest has been cancelled for this year, but will return in 2021.

Bridge replacement to close stretch of East Broadway for 3 months

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says work will begin May 26 to replace the nearly 100-year-old bridge spanning the South Fork of Beargrass Creek.

  Community activist pleads for masks, walk-in coronavirus testing in West Louisville

Maurice Beckley wants people in the California neighborhood of Louisville to take the virus more seriously.

Families, nursing homes making special preparations for Mother’s Day

Floyds Knobs nursing home residents treated to parade from family & first responders

Steven Vanover Foundation donates $50,000 to 2 hospitals

Birthday parade held for Ky. woman, 109, who survived Spanish flu outbreak

C-130s fly over Kentucky honoring health care workers, first responders

Daughters of the American Revolution make masks for essential workers

Meals delivered to EMS workers on front lines of pandemic

The Ancient Order of Hibernian Hero Relief Initiative also plans to feed all the city department workers and hospital employees.

Send a card to healthcare heroes

Norton Healthcare asked the community to send in cards to workers to thank them for what they are doing to treat COVID-19 patients.

  Anonymous donor pays Kroger bills at 4 Louisville locations

The donation covered groceries during the first hour of shopping from 7 to 8 a.m., the hour dedicated to seniors and the more vulnerable shoppers.

Horses greet residents at Louisville senior living facility

The animals paid a visit to residents at Wesley Manor.

Four Pegs Beer Lounge serves over 500 meals to those in need

A Germantown pub helped those in need by providing hot meals to anyone who needed one Monday night.

  ‘Lift Up Louisville’ song is a hit with the local musicians who contributed

A new song inspired by life in Louisville during the coronavirus debuted to positive reviews from Mayor Greg Fischer, who said the song brings both chills and smiles.

  Big summer, fall events start to cancel amid COVID-19

Officials with events at Waterfront Park told WAVE 3 News all events at Waterfront Park, including 4th of July and Waterfront Wednesdays are on hold right now.

  Meade Co. teachers hand out signs for graduating seniors

Teachers, the superintendent, principals, bus drivers, aids, and everyone else in the district joined in to make the signs happen.

Muslims celebrate Ramadan by giving back

Since there cannot be gatherings and celebrations, the community had to think of a new way to stay connected.

AAPK provides lunch for Metro Works employees

The American Association of Pakistani physicians of Kentucky and Indiana wanted to thank the workers for all they do.

Gilda’s Club of Kentuckiana helping honor lives lost to COVID-19

PC Home Store donated 1,500 green light bulbs to Gilda’s Club so those with the organization can hand them out to people in the community.

  Clark Co. first responders thank Clark Memorial staff with parade

“It brings tears to your eyes to see how much we are appreciated,” one worker said.

Residents of American Senior Communities receive window visits from horse cavalry

With visitation restrictions taking place at many long-term care facilities, American Senior Communities found a way to provide some comfort and entertainment for their residents.

Southeast Christian to collect items for food banks

A food drive to help with food bank shortages will be held at several Southeast Christian Church campuses.

Gilda’s Club to deliver green light bulbs to homes

A cancer support community will be delivering green light bulbs for a different cause.

UPS donates $300,000, masks to Louisville-area organizations

UPS donated money and masks to Louisville-area organizations that are serving people hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak.

Birthday drive-by parade held for Louisville boy with brain cancer

One mother asked for assistance to help make her 8-year-old’s birthday special despite the circumstances.

New Zion Baptist Church members helping feed the community

Thursday, meals were handed out to community members in Park Duvalle.

Home of the Innocents is in dire need of personal care items. Here’s how you can help.

“10x the Helping Hands” is an Amazon wish list that will directly assist children at Home of the Innocents.

Indiana National Guard assists Charlestown food bank with drive-thru distribution

Around 50 cars were lined up at the North Clark Outreach Center in Clark County, receiving food at the non-profit food bank’s drive-thru distribution on Tuesday evening.

Kentucky Harvest donates 4,200 pounds of food to Family Scholar House

Kentucky Harvest has helped the Family Scholar House for nearly 16 years, and the support is continuing during the coronavirus crisis.

Rally’s franchise owner provides free meal vouchers for children

A total of 20,000 free meals vouchers will be donated each week to JCPS students. Children at The Boys and Girls Club will receive two meal vouchers on Fridays to use over the weekend.

‘Lean on Me’ Norton Healthcare workers sing positive rendition of popular song

One group of night-shift nurses in the cardiac unit at Norton Hospital decided to get together to sing a message of encouragement.

UPS workers donate Easter baskets to kids at Home of the Innocents

Even with people hunkering down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, there is still plenty of good will to go around.

  JBS donates 1,000 pounds of meat to Dare to Care

Dare to Care representatives say they've been through a lot since the group started 50 years ago, but they are grateful that the community has never hesitated to step up in a time of crisis.

WAVE 2019-2020 EEO Public File Report

WAVE 2019-2020 EEO Public File Report

Interested in learning ASL? Here are some links to get you started

Links to learn some basic American Sign Language signs

Spreading light while social distancing? Sunrise wants to share your story

Let us know what you’re doing to support others or how you’re spending your time social distancing!

Sauerbeck Family Drive-In showing church services Easter weekend

The drive-in, located on 3210 D. W. Griffith Lane, will be showing seven Easter services at their location between April 11-12.

  Muslim community comes together to help those in need during coronavirus epidemic

The community at the Guiding Light Islamic Center has formed a Muslim response team to help those in need due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  Louisville photographers join in on ‘Front Steps Project’ benefiting local charities

As the community tries to get used to this time of social distancing and being healthy at home, some local photographers want to highlight that from a safe distance.

Clark County student building crosses for neighbors, townspeople

Marley is accepting donations so he can continue his work of spreading hope.

Drive-thru Easter egg hunt to take place in Clarksville

A total of 15,000 candy-filled eggs will be given out at Wooded View Golf Course.

Mishawaka toy store reaches out to the community with free food table

A table outside of the store says ‘Free food, take what you need’.

McDonald’s franchise owner offers free coffee to first responders, healthcare workers

A Louisville franchise owner said it is his way of giving back during the coronavirus outbreak.

Dolly Parton reads bedtime stories on YouTube

The read-aloud program called Goodnight with Dolly is set to run 10 weeks starting April 2.

Dollar General offers discount to first responders, medical personnel, National Guardsman

Dollar General plans to offer the discount through April 30.

Local organizations helping families feed pets during outbreak

The Kentucky Humane Society and The Floyd County Animal Rescue League are making sure pets don't go hungry during the coronavirus pandemic.

Floyd County Animal Rescue helping pet owners in need

A rescue group is working to help pet owners who are having trouble feeding their pets.

Louisville Restaurants: Who’s delivering, who’s offering carry-out?

The WAVE3.com research department scoured social media to bring you this list of area restaurants that are still trying to serve the community either by offering delivery and/or carry-out.

  China Inn permanently closes after three decades, cites coronavirus losses

For 33 years at the China Inn on 4th Street, food wasn’t the only reason customers stopped by the restaurant.

Food, supply drive held at Southeast Christian Church

A second donation drive will be held on March 30.

  ‘Daily Dose of Calm’: Clark Co. Health official offers comfort to community with Facebook updates

Clark County Health Officer Dr. Eric Yazel says he wants the community to have calm confidence in the decisions being made during the COVID-19 outbreak.

  Local tattoo studio donates protective gear to hospitals

With protective supplies strained nationwide, health care workers are getting a helping hand from an unlikely place: tattoo parlors, like Tattoo Charlie’s in Louisville.

JCPS donates 40,000 pieces of protective equipment to local hospitals

The school district donated equipment like N-95 masks, sanitizing wipes, gloves and shoe covers.

Bearno’s feeds first responders, hospital workers; offering gift card special to help its servers

The local business is on a mission to “Pass the Pizza” to those on the frontlines in the fight against the coronavirus.

  Families go on ‘bear hunt’ scavenger hunt during coronavirus pandemic

Families are hitting the streets in their cars to go "bear hunting" as a way to get out of the house.

  A Pass the Cash of a different kind: A Recipe to End Hunger

As always, WAVE Country has its saints and soldiers ready and working.

  Relief groups feeling the stress as closures and infections increase

Neighborhood Place and the Dare to Care Food Bank are just some area groups stepping up to serve those in need.

  Parts of Louisville parks to close to curb coronavirus spread

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Tuesday announced portions of Metro Parks will be closing to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Before his announcement, Waterfront Park already had put safety measures in place.

Jason’s Deli offering dry goods, meats and cheese for sale by the pound

As residents of WAVE Country find shelves at their grocery stores bare, a Louisville delicatessen is has decided to put their inventory up for sale.

Clarksville residents, Fruit of the Loom making masks for medical professionals

There is a shortage of medical masks across the country due to the coronavirus outbreak.

  Food banks feeling impact of coronavirus

Food banks are already feeling the pinch because of the coronavirus outbreak. They expect to be serving more people in the community as people worry about making ends meet.

Millions raised for Louisville residents, organizations in need amid outbreak

Louisville families and community organizations will be able to apply for financial assistance through a newly announced initiative called the One Louisville: COVID-19 Response Fund.

Metro Parks are open and ready for your family to enjoy during the coronavirus shutdown

All 120 Metro Parks are still open, providing plenty of space for families to get some fresh air

  Stores selling out of essentials amid coronavirus fears

Stores have products flying off shelves while people fear catching the coronavirus.

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.

  Amid coronavirus, St. Patrick’s Day planners say the show will go on

Coronavirus patients across the globe are being asked to heed the advice: Stay home. Organizers of Saturday’s popular St. Patrick’s Day parade are saying the same thing.