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

Dolly Parton reads bedtime stories on YouTube

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

Local organizations helping families feed pets during outbreak

Floyd County Animal Rescue helping pet owners in need

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

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  China Inn permanently closes after three decades, cites coronavirus losses

Food, supply drive held at Southeast Christian Church

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

  Local tattoo studio donates protective gear to hospitals

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

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

  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

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

  Food banks feeling impact of coronavirus

Millions raised for Louisville residents, organizations in need amid outbreak

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

  Stores selling out of essentials amid coronavirus fears

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.

  Veteran’s Club breaks ground on tiny home community in Louisville

Veterans were taken by limousine to the groundbreaking of Camp Restoration on Friday, at the end of Stuart Avenue off of Dixie Highway.

SummerWorks program enters 10th year

Employers participating in this year’s SummerWorks program include Kentucky Kingdom, GE Appliances, Humana, UPS, Trilogy Health Services, Thorntons, Kroger, DD Williamson and more.

  Watch Wavey grow!

WAVE 3 News is teaming up with Canine Companions for Independence!

  Women volunteer to help build new Shively home

Habitat for Humanity and Lowe's are uniting women for a central goal of encouraging and building each other up.

Louisville Salvation Army squad heads to Tennessee to provide tornado relief

The Louisville team will be serving meals and drinks from the canteen, as well as providing spiritual care and counseling to survivors and first responders.

Norton Children’s Hospital, Alpha Media partner for 11th annual Radiothon fundraiser

For the 11th year in a row, Norton Children's Hospital has teamed up with WAVE 3 News partners at Alpha Media for their annual Radiothon.

  Free health clinic for students opens at Central High School

Central High School students now have access to free healthcare right next to their classrooms.

Lynn Family Stadium looking to fill 40+ positions

A job fair will be held at the stadium on March 4.

Bakers, decorators and sweet-tooths unite at the Galt House for CookieCon 2020

The city of Louisville got a bit sweeter over the weekend as CookieCon, a cookie art convention and show, was hosted at the Galt House.

  Louisville man cleaning up Beechmont finds muddy American flag, needles near school

William Totman organized his cleanup on his own, but Louisville organizations can help others who want to pick up trash in their neighborhood, too.

Salem High School hopes to win first state championship

You cannot drive through Salem without seeing the signs, balloons and pompoms celebrating the girl’s basketball team.

WAVE Country Fish Fry Guide

Dozens of parishes throughout WAVE Country are holding fish fries throughout the Lenten season.

Chickasaw Park re-design gathering focuses on beautification, fishing

The renderings for three final redesign options were presented Thursday.

  $21M fundraiser allows Ronald McDonald House to house more families

A $21 million fundraising campaign allowed the non-profit to increase by 50 percent.

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.

  Senator, community leaders discuss gun violence and the impact on children

How can Louisville curb gun violence? It's a topic that was up for discussion Monday and hoping to get the attention of those who do work in Washington.

  What is the Little Black Dress Initiative?

Several women will be wearing the same exact black dress for five days in a row as part of the Junior League of Louisville’s Little Black Dress Initiative.

Hillview community rallies together to raise funds for all-inclusive playground

One local student from the Hillview community dreamed of getting an all-inclusive playground built for a Bullitt County elementary school.

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.

Prototypes for low-cost cell phone charging stations, WiFi hotspots built in Louisville

In Louisville's Russell neighborhood almost 80 percent of households don't have a home internet subscription.

Donations heading to flood victims in southeastern Kentucky

Families in Harlan County have lost everything because of flooding there.

  Friends and Pastor remember four killed in crash

A pastor and a family friend remember the four people killed in a crash on the way to a volleyball game.

Cellar Door Chocolates forced to close because of debt

Valentine's Day came a little too late for one popular chocolatier.

  Barry’s Cheesesteaks & More founded on faith, thinking big

Barry Washington has always hustled. The reformed drug dealer and addict now runs two restaurants with plans to open two more.

Bullitt County student leaders promoting kindess around the school

The kindness revolution began Wednesday, led by students on the Principal’s Advisory Council.

Norton unveils $22-million upgrade of neo-natal ICU

The upgraded unit now features private rooms with TVs, rocking chairs, and a sleep bench.

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.

New Dare to Care kitchen going up in Parkland neighborhood

It will include an expanded production kitchen, training areas and more.

Bake sale aimed at raising money for UofL Hospital NIC-U reunion

Tables are set up in the basement of the Ambulatory Care Building, with a selection of cookies, cupcakes and other treats.

  Portland Christian School robotics team invention helps accessibility in community

Are your smarter than the Portland Christian School robotics team?

Thunder Over Louisville theme announced

The 32nd edition of Thunder Over Louisville is set for Saturday, April 18.

  Community supports Nelson County coach who lost everything in house fire

Zach Allender said he’s appreciative of the support.

  Man with special needs given new scooter after his was stolen in Bullitt County

Joey Combs was presented with the gifts at the Hillview police station.

  ‘Night to Shine’ leaves guests with special needs glowing at annual prom event

Night to Shine is an event thrown by the Tim Tebow Foundation.

Louisville Zoo welcomes new zebra

Two-year-old Athena comes from the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk, Va. She is the sister of Azizi, a female zebra who already calls the Louisville Zoo home.

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.

JCPS student receives mobility bike from Louisville Kiwanis Club

A fifth grade girl with limited mobility was surprised with a new adaptable bicycle at Churchill Park School on Tuesday.

Rodman Legacy Foundation hosts bowling fundraiser for community basketball court renovations

After starting a fundraising campaign on Facebook, the Nick Rodman Legacy Foundation stepped up to create a fundraising bowling tournament for the California Community Center.

  Hundreds climb PNC Tower stairs in support of the fight against lung disease

More than $100 thousand was raised for the American Lung Association by people who took a hike to honor those unable to.

‘Won by One’ community event offers free health screenings, clothing, grooming services and more

The Kingdom Fellowship Christian Life Center offered many opportunities giving back to the community through their “Won by One” weekend event starting on Saturday.

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.

SDF celebrates banner year in 2019

A celebration for a record-setting 2019 took place Thursday at the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.

Live United Day aimed at expanding child care help, other key topics

People with the United Way across Kentucky were at the Capitol in Frankfort on Thursday, urging lawmakers to support the organization's legislative goals this year.

Fund for the Arts kicks off 2020 campaign

Tuesday’s event brought members of the arts community together to showcase all the experiences and performances benefiting from the fundraising campaign.

More than 50 organizations team up to rehabilitate home for Louisville veteran

Monday, there was a dedication for a home in the south end of Louisville for veteran Torre Keith Harris.

  Kristy Love Foundation: Illegal halfway house has just days to shut down

The Kristy Love Foundation has been operating illegally on Date Street for more than two years.

Lunar New Year celebrated at Louisville’s Buddha Blessed Temple

This weekend, one of Louisville’s Vietnamese Buddhist temples held celebrations all weekend long to bring in the Lunar New Year.

  Black Achievers Program propels students to success

The Black Achievers Program is known for its impact in the lives of local children, from spring break college tours, community service projects, leadership training, ACT workshops and more.

VIDEO: Kentucky woman finds missing dog more than 2 years later

A Kentucky woman has found her dog after more than two years and we can't stop watching the reunion video.

Red Cross Home Fire Campaign Telethon was a success!

Volunteers spent the day in the WAVE 3 studio taking donations from callers.

Volunteers needed for Louisville homeless street count

The sub-freezing temperatures WAVE Country has seen in recent days bring a harsh reminder that there are thousands in Louisville who spend the night out on the streets.

Louisville Zoo offering ways for visitors to help those impacted in Australia

The Louisville Zoo is giving the local community a way to give back to the people and animals affected by the bushfires in Australia.

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.

  Volunteerism embodies Muhammad Ali on his 78th birthday

To honor his legacy of service to his community, volunteers packed the Muhammad Ali Center all day long for a day of service.

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Synergy Project launches in Louisville to build community trust

Its intention is to bring neighbors, business leaders, faith leaders, politicians and police officers together to build trust.