Holocaust survivor recounts living in concentration camp, moving to America at Christian Academy

Anna Johnson’s family survived after years of neglect, starvation and torture and immigrated to America after WWII.

Make Ends Meet: Passive income could be your ticket to early retirement

Dead potbellied pig found dumped in Shawnee Park

Beshear renews call for 350 additional social workers

Missing 12-year-old found dead near Warsaw

Silver Alert issued for teen missing from Delphi

Traffic Alert: Crews diverting drivers to Snyder Freeway from I-71 due to rollover accident

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Report: Costco food court soon to be off limits for non-members

KSP: Intruder shot, killed by homeowner in Spencer County identified

Inmate says in letter that he killed 2 molesters in prison

Flames shooting out of roof of building in Jeffersonville

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Man attacked victim helping him move stove

Police said the victim was hit in the head with a hard object.

Woman killed in crash on Baxter Avenue identified

The crash happened on Baxter Avenue near Broadway.

Southern Indiana child care provider charged with recklessness

According to Indiana State Police, the alleged battery case involved a two-year-old child.

Appeals court keeps block on Mississippi 6-week abortion ban

A federal appeals court is keeping a block on a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions as early as six weeks - when many women may not even know they are pregnant.

Fort Knox Middle/High School all clear following bomb threat

Chris Mack named to late-season Coach of the Year watch list

Madison Co. man accused of abuse, strangulation of child

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Pet oxygen masks donated to Middletown firefighters

Silver Alert issued for 12-year-old missing from Warsaw; may have gun

Ayden Adee is missing from Warsaw, Indiana which is 126 miles north of Indianapolis and was last seen on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 9:30 pm.

  Nearly 2 dozen car break-ins reported in two-week period

Police said the best thing you can do to protect yourself and your family is to lock your cars.

Allegations against ousted TARC boss cross state lines

WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters learned allegations of sexual harassment and creating a hostile work environment also were made by women who worked with Risco during his employment with MARTA, the public transit system in Atlanta.

KSP: Homeowner believed to have shot, killed intruder in Spencer Co.

It happened in the 4800 block of Plum Creek Road.

  Cancer survivors fight for Kentucky funding

Cancer is a disease that many Kentucky families unfortunately know too well.

  Shooting victim left paralyzed shares experience with UofL students during Gun Violence Prevention Week

Gun Violence Prevention Week was organized by a UofL medical student impacted by a shooting in Louisville.

  Rate Discrimination: Some insurance companies give better rates for customers with certain jobs, education

Drivers with less education or jobs that typically pay less may face higher car insurance rates, according to an industry insider.

  Churchill’s first-ever equine medical director prepares for first racing season

Veterinarian Will Farmer is the first-ever equine medical director in the 145-year history of Churchill Downs.

  ‘We lost a baby’: Mother’s family emotional after baby dies following crash

The woman who Louisville Metro police said was drunk and high on drugs when she crashed her car with her infant, killing the child, inside has been arraigned.

West Point Independent School District to merge with Hardin Co. Schools

The 150-year-old West Point School has been open since 1846, but low enrollment led to financial issues for the school in recent years.

Missing dog returns to California owner after 2 years in Michigan

Snowball, missing from California for two years, was found in Michigan thanks to his microchip, according to a report.

UPDATE: California teen found safe

Zoey Ferrell was missing from Modesto in Stanislaus County, per the Modesto Police Department.

Kentucky House passes medical marijuana bill

The House passed a bill Thursday that would legalize and regulate medical marijuana in Kentucky.

Funerals held for mother and daughter killed in Mo. crash

A funeral Mass was held today for Carrie McCaw, 44, and her daughter, Kacey, 12, at Saint Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church.

Student hit by vehicle while walking to Fern Creek High School

Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman Dwight Mitchell said the student’s injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.

Report: Seelbach Hilton Hotel planning expansion

The hotel is planning to add an additional 30,000 square feet of space.

Man accused of starting fire inside home

Two other people were inside the home at the time.

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TBI issues Amber Alert for east Tennessee infant last seen in December

TBI said 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell was last seen Dec. 26, 2019. She was not reported missing until Feb. 18.

  Church members in West Louisville concerned about leadership

Members from Saint Augustine Church, Christ the King Church and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church say they feel like they are being pushed to the side.

Beshear first Kentucky governor to attend Fairness Rally

Supporters of universal rights regardless of sexual or gender orientation gathered in Frankfort on Wednesday.

  Louisville doctor’s legacy to live on following fatal skiing accident

Ivan Ljubic died Sunday after hitting a tree while skiing in Park City, Utah.

RESCUED | Pot belly pig tortured, spray painted blue in Grayson, KY

A resident said on Facebook the pig was left by its former owner and was then tortured by locals in the area.

Senate Bill 15, Marsy’s Law, passes through committee

The proposed law would expand the legal rights of crime victims.

Family of woman killed in hit and run rally for justice at Harrison County courthouse

Chrissy Grimsley’s father is skeptical his daughter's case will be taken seriously.

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.

Too raunchy for the road: Rejected vanity plates of 2019

Ohio has a five-person requisition committee that recommends whether to approve or deny vanity plates in the Buckeye State.

  Mom drunk, high on drugs at time of overnight crash that killed her baby

The driver and baby were taken to University of Louisville Hospital where the baby was pronounced dead, according to Louisville Metro police.

  Madison, Ind., police, school officials investigate as more students, teachers hospitalized

City leaders and school officials are investigating in Madison following numerous trips to the emergency room that appear to be vaping related.

  Turfway Park to get overdue track upgrade

The $5.6-million project is expected to create a safer racing surface for horses during the track’s winter meets.

  False active-shooter threats called in from Seneca High School

Seneca High School parents were given a scare Wednesday when dropping their children off at school.

  AG Daniel Cameron inspires students at Minor Daniels Academy

During Black History Month, students at Minor Daniels Academy heard Wednesday from a speaker who is currently making history himself.

Mitch McConnell announces $4 million UofL apprenticeship program grant

The UofL program will use the grant money to partner students with companies and organizations in several different workplace sectors.

  Married, off-duty officers thwart armed robbery attempt during dinner date

Louisville Metro Police released video Tuesday of the moments after an armed man entered the Raising Cane’s restaurant on Bardstown Road and allegedly demanded cash from the register.

Search underway for toddler, 1, in Tennessee last seen by family two months ago

Evelyn Boswell is 2 feet tall and weighs 28 pounds. She has blue eyes.

School bus driver laid to rest in custom yellow casket

Glen Paul Davis' obituary proudly proclaims he never got into an accident while on the job.

Kentucky House passes bill to limit price of insulin in Kentucky

House Bill 12 would cap that cost at just $100 per month, regardless of the amount or type of insulin needed to fill a person’s prescription.

‘Just Say Whoa’ program aimed at putting an end to school bullying

A new program called “Just Say Whoa” is aimed at ending bullying in local schools.

Indiana Beach announces it is closing

Indiana Beach Amusement & Water Park Resort announced on its Facebook page Wednesday that it is permanently closed.

Medical examiners: Knott Co. teen killed in animal attack

Investigators were called to a home in the Emmalena community shortly after 6 p.m. Tuesday on a report that a child had been attacked.

Pedestrian hit by train in Oldham County identified

The man was hit in the 3900 block of KY 146 Wednesday afternoon, according to Oldham County Police Major Neil Johnson.

Person shot in Russell neighborhood

The shooting was reported in the 900 block of Esquire Alley around 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, according to MetroSafe.

LMPD investigating shooting on Bardstown Road

Anyone with information is asked to call the anonymous police tip line at (502) 574-LMPD.

Bridge leading to homes collapses

The bridge on Mint Spring Branch Road collapsed around 7:20 a.m. Wednesday.

Whitley Co. woman accused of killing her family takes Alford Plea

Courtney Taylor was facing three counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder of a police officer.

Former soccer coach pleads guilty to child seduction

Jeremy Michael Tudela was arrested in August after state police say he had sexual contact with one of his female soccer students.

MetroSafe: No evidence of shooting following report at Seneca High School

Officers responded to the school and did not find anything.

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Driver dies after crashing into cement truck

The driver of the car was pronounced dead on the scene.

  Seymour officer saves man’s life with military gauze

A Seymour Police officer is being recognized with saving a man’s life after a recent stabbing incident Thursday morning.

Animal welfare activists push for progress through proposed Kentucky laws

"Kentucky was ranked last in the nation for animal welfare laws. 12 years in a row," Melissa Bowman, with Kentuckians Vote for Animals said.

Multi-million dollar synthetic track planned for Turfway Park

Churchill Downs-owned Turfway Park will undergo a $5.6 million overhaul to install a new synthetic track.

Louisville Zoo’s pygmy hippo Hope dies four days before 25th birthday

The Louisville Zoo said that their adult female pygmy hippopotamus, Hope, was euthanized on Tuesday after a battle with kidney disease.

70-acre residential development on Watterson Trail proposed in Louisville

There are concerns about how the drainage on the development would impact nearby neighborhoods.

Draft of terms for JCPS school safety officers discussed at board meeting

Under a current draft, school officers would be called ‘school safety officers’ rather than ‘school resource officers.’

Beshear advocates for cap on out-of-pocket insulin costs

Gov. Andy Beshear has joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers to push for a cap on out-of-pocket costs for many Kentuckians relying on insulin.

Indiana pregnancy accommodation proposal unlikely to advance

Republican Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma said many questions remained among legislators as the bill faced opposition.

UPDATE: Three of four injured in Waupaca Foundry accident released from hospital

Three of four people injured at the Waupaca Foundry in Tell City, Indiana and transported to University Hospital for burns have been released.