Highway 111 stabilization work delayed again

Work was expected begin today to fix the deterioration along the highway’s shoulder.

Rowena Road murder suspect arraigned

Suspect appears in court for running over person with car

Coroner’s office looking for man’s next of kin

Men who served 20+ years in prison charged in Portland store robberies

  ALERT DAY: Another round of showers and storms today

Crater appears in German field, apparently caused by WWII bomb

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Man shot, killed in Chickasaw neighborhood

2 dead, 1 injured in shooting in Jacobs neighborhood

  Severe storms barrel through Jefferson County, dozens dealing with damage

Police: Men recovering from broken bones, internal injuries following Vine Grove plane crash

LMPD arrests fugitive with warrants dating back to 2017

Man in critical condition following Smoketown shooting

Police received the report around 6 p.m. Sunday from Roselane and Clay Streets.

  Low membership at historic New Albany church leads to move

As membership steadily declined, Centenary United Methodist Church in New Albany was left with two options, to disband or make a major adjustment.

Police: Man called 9-1-1 after shooting woman in the head

The call came in just before 5 a.m. Sunday.

Thousands in town for SkillsUSA Conference

Thousands are in Louisville for the SkillsUSA National Conference, the world’s largest hands-on skills competition.

  ‘Armed and horny’ intoxicated Elizabethtown man allegedly enters stranger’s apartment

Baby formula sold at Walmart recalled nationwide for potentially containing metal

FBI locates fugitive, former U.S. soldier in Ohio

One person killed in crash on I-64 near I-265 in Jefferson County

  Dirt Bowl marks 50 years of competition, community

Community raises funds for Chickasaw Park tennis courts, allowing tournament to take place

1 person taken to hospital following incident on Kentucky Kingdom water ride

This was the third ride incident within just more than year for Kentucky Kingdom.

People in need gifted fresh foods, healthcare screenings at Show Some Love

Dozens of people were given access to new clothes and fresh fruits and vegetables to take home.

Rain forces Victory Park clean-up event to be postponed

Clean-up efforts were to focus on the Lodge area for painting, organizing, cleaning and general maintenance.

Report: 30th horse dies at Santa Anita

A 30th horse has died at Santa Anita on the last weekend of racing before the Southern California track closes for the season.

  Local experts give tips on protecting your home during severe weather

Continuous rain means you need to constantly check your home from top to bottom after each downpour.

1 killed in wreck on I-265 E in Floyd County

New Albany Police, Indiana State Police and New Albany Fire were all on scene.

  Louisville family raising awareness for child’s rare disease

A Louisville family spent the past six months in the hospital with their baby, who’s suffering from a rare motor neuron disease.

Barrel recovery starts after crews finish rickhouse deconstruction; Ewing Rd. remains closed

Representatives with O.Z. Tyler say they have decided to “deconstruct” Warehouse H.

O.Z Tyler Distillery warehouse deconstruction process complete; barrel recovery underway

Officials tell us the building stored 20,000 barrels of bourbon and it looks like 4,000 of those barrels fell.

LMPD searching for car wash theft suspect

Anyone with information can call the LMPD anonymous tip line at 574-LMPD.

Cards fall to Vanderbilt in College World Series, finish season 51-18

After a stunning come from behind victory Thursday night, UofL looked to do it again against their rival Vanderbilt.

Louisville Violence Interrupter program could face major cuts

The Office of Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods, which operates the program, will see more than $1 million in cuts.

3 recalls announced, all fire related

H.E. Industrial’s electric garage heater, Ranee’s women’s beach cover-ups and Honeywell’s smoke sensors have all been recalled.

Men admit to using dating app to set up robbery in Kentucky park

The victim was able to get the license plate number on the car, which led police to the suspects.

  Charges dropped in downtown Louisville abortion clinic shuffle

Charges have been dropped against a woman arrested when an abortion protest resulted in another woman’s injury.

Man formally sentenced after pleading guilty to killing 13-year-old boy

Joseph Cambron entered a plea last week to first-degree manslaughter and tampering with evidence.

No evidence of misconduct found in FOP president sexual harassment case

A former metro corrections employee accused FOP president, Tracy Dotson, of sexual harassment in a lawsuit this month.

  Wet spring, heavy June rains flood fields, devastate Indiana farmers’ crops

Heavy rains in June has farmers worried for their harvest - and more rain could be devastating.

Goodwill’s RISE granted $90,000 to continue employment programs

United Healthcare announced a $90,000 grant for the program.

Students fly high during Louisville aviation camp

The event was part of Shawnee Aviation Career Academy’s week-long camp where students learn about careers in aviation.

Bon Air Library offering free model train show

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

  Sheriff: Hardin County teen strangled his 7-year-old brother to death

Authorities say there were adults at the home when the incident happened around Noon Thursday.

One person shot on Camp Street near Shelby Park

The victim was expected to be taken to an area hospital.

LMPD car shot at following narcotics investigations

Police found a loaded AR-15 in the front seat along with marijuana in the car.

  KY Supreme Court chase case may have influenced LMPD settlement

The family of Alexus “Lexee” Gray sued Louisville Metro Police after she died.

Kentucky officers who died in the line of duty honored in Frankfort

Family and friends gathered to remember their loved ones as 37 officer names were read.

Family of man accused in Alaska murder issues statement

Police say Darin Schilmiller was the ringleader in the killing of Cynthia Hoffman, 19.

Mary Byron Games raise money for domestic abuse

The games are named after a Louisville woman shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1993.

  Cardi B hit with new felony charges in strip club brawl

The indictment filed in state court on Friday charges Cardi B with two counts of felony attempted assault and various lesser charges.

  20 million gallon sewage basin now operational at Shawnee Park

The Shawnee Park Combined Sewer Overflow Basin has been in the works for more than two years.

Pitino says he will return home from Greece

Pitino began coaching in Greece after he was fired by UofL in October of 2017.

Police arrest man in theft of sound gear from bar

Video surveillance and information from a witness helped Louisville Metro police make the arrest.

Man accused of impersonating a peace officer

The suspect approached officers and told him he was a corrections officer at the Bullitt County Jail and said he was available to do off-duty work, according to an arrest slip.

Trump shows off proposed red, white and blue Air Force One paint job

Trump likes using Air Force One, but has no affection for the plane's iconic, Kennedy-era blue and white design that is known the world over. Trump views the color scheme as dated, too muted and insufficiently patriotic.

  Behind the Forecast: Bolts from the blue

Bolts from the blue are not an old wives' tale. Meteorologist Tawana Andrew explains the phenomenon during this week's Science Behind the Forecast.

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St. Matthews church changes name

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

  Committee unanimously passes amended budget, decision moves to Metro Council

Mayor Fischer said his proposed cuts were made by analyzing each department’s expenses.

  Nearby residents claim music, live events at Parlour Pizza are too loud

They’re trying to make sure the current noise ordinance is being enforced - though Parlour claims it is.

Guest Column: Billy Reed should be ashamed for south end criticisms

The south end of Louisville is also home to many great assets such as Churchill Downs, Mike Linnigs, Iroquois Park and the Jefferson Memorial Forest. The residents who call the south end home have helped to build these assets and others to be some of Louisville’s most beloved places.

Why Kayla VanMeter loves south Louisville

WAVE 3 News' Kayla VanMeter shares her south end story.

Teen survivor of Pope Lick train incident progressing, recovering at home

16-year-old Kaylee and her friend Savanna were hit over Memorial Day weekend, but Savanna did not survive.

New luxury apartments open in Louisville

The luxury apartments feature spacious balconies with a great view of the river and downtown Louisville.

  Record rain leads to development, construction delays around Louisville

The rain is not only causing high water problems.

  2 more employees indicted in deadly duck boat sinking

The duck boat sank on Table Rock Lake in July 2018, killing 17 people.

Why Dawne Gee loves Southwest Louisville

WAVE 3 News' Dawne Gee is passionate about her hometown.

  Question of crossing fire district lines still smolders

The Louisville Fire Department responded from a greater distance to the Breckenridge Lane fire but still arrived just five minutes after getting the call.

Urban League aims to raise $20 million for West Louisville sports complex by September

The complex, which will sit on a 24-acre lot, will feature both an indoor and outdoor track.

  Franklin Square Elementary, new downtown Jeffersonville school takes shape

After years of decision-making and battles between parts of the community, construction on Jeffersonville’s new downtown elementary school is underway and the school is starting to take shape.

  KSP: 1 dead, several injured in crash on I-65 in Hart County

The crash was reported in the southbound lanes of I-65 at the 68 mile marker around 4:50 a.m. Thursday, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Pedestrian walking along I-75 struck and killed

Authorities say the victim was walking in the northbound emergency lane when he was hit.

Judge dismisses fraud claims against TopGolf, project moving forward

A Louisville judge dismissed a claim by neighbors that the entertainment venue’s application to the city was fraudulent.

Busy Indiana road near Patoka Lake dealing with 2 blowouts

A busy roadway in southern Indiana that local fishermen know well is in dire need of a repair.

10-year-old girl dies in car crash due to weather

The weather is said to be the cause of a crash that killed a girl in Powell County.

Refusal to fire employee in same sex marriage results in split between Indy school, Archdiocese

Emails were sent out Thursday afternoon from the Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Board of Trustees to parents and school supporters advising them of the break.

Billy Reed: Bellarmine’s upgrade unlikely without one coach’s South End work ethic

The South End always has been Louisville’s melting pot, an ethnic mix of blue-collar, working-class people who can’t afford the luxury of dreams. At the neighborhood taverns, the men stare into their cold beers with hard eyes, wondering how they’re going to afford this or that.

Texas woman tricks gas company into pulling meter from ex’s house

Bean allegedly told Atmos she smelled gas at the home.

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