Indiana switches up vaccine requirements for students

Students in Kindergarten through seventh grades are now required to receive two doses of the hepatitis A vaccine.

  Blue-green algae found in Indiana lakes

Several pet owners across the country have reported their pups became fatally ill after frolicking in water containing the algae which is toxic to swallow.

Migraine medicine could lead to life-threatening infection; recall announced

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Thursday, August 15 that a medication used to treat migraines was being pulled from shelves because continued use could lead to serious, life threatening infections.

  New YMCA in West Louisville focuses on health

After years of promises of improvement and nearly two years of construction, the new YMCA in west Louisville is almost finished.

  Some relieved with purchase of KentuckyOne Health

For relieved patients, the deal means treatment will not be interrupted and the burdensome task of looking elsewhere for care has been avoided.

  ‘Risky’ Business: UofL to take over Jewish Hospital

In a move aimed at saving struggling Jewish Hospital, the University of Louisville announced Wednesday that it will acquire KentuckyOne Health’s local assets.

Salmonella outbreak connected to dog treat

Free Hepatitis C screenings available on Sunday

Kentucky health officials issue rabies warning

Donate blood, get a free chicken dinner

Donate blood, get a free chicken dinner


  Caught on camera: videos circulate on social media following shot fired at Kentucky State Fair

UPDATE: KSP, LMPD investigating Saturday night State Fair incident

WAVE 3 News received multiple phone calls about a possible shooting at the fair.