LMPD chief explains miscommunication behind homeless encampment’s removal

  Breonna’s Law supporters call for statewide no-knock warrant ban in caravan to Frankfort

  Hundreds gather for candlelight vigil to remember Butler High School student

Shields stays mum on LMPD officer seen at anti-abortion rally

Some women finding lumps after COVID shot, but experts say it’s likely not breast cancer

  The Bail Project once paid $5,000 bond for suspect in wrong-way crash that killed high school cheerleader

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  UofL breaks ground on new ‘Denny Crum Hall’ dormitories

Kentucky seeking federal help as floodwaters cause damage

  Woman organizes candlelight vigil for Butler High student killed in crash

  Community leaders, family of Louisville father, daughter killed in shooting fight for change

  People in Indiana 55 and older, high-risk patients eligible to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine

‘I sat in the flood waters and just cried’: Homes and cars destroyed by flooding in Laurel County

Lonnie Ali, wife of Muhammad Ali, gets vaccinated, urges others to follow suit

Ali is now part of the movement to increase confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine.

  Several highly contagious COVID variants detected in Jefferson County

For the first time since October, Louisville out of the “Red Zone” for COVID-19 cases, but health officials said it’s still important to remain vigilant as three highly-contagious variants of the virus were detected in Jefferson County.

South Carolina Senate adds firing squad to execution methods

South Carolina senators have added a firing squad to the electric chair as alternatives if the state can’t kill condemned inmates with lethal injection.

  JCPS unveils hybrid reopening plan

The Jefferson County Board of Education approved the phased-in reopening of schools to start on March 17.

  JCPS works to fill critical staff shortages before students return to classroom

  Witnesses to deadly crash detained suspect trying to flee from scene

Gov. Beshear: ‘We’re now moving into the future,’ 1,080 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky. Tuesday

Churchill Downs looking into increased capacity for 2021 Kentucky Derby following new guidance

Ethan the dog reunites with 11-year-old boy who helped save his life

PICU opening marks end of $78M renovation at Norton Children’s Hospital

582 new COVID-19 related cases, 31 new deaths reported in Indiana

The state has a 3.6% positivity rate.

Kangaroo escapes farm in small Alabama town

This is not Kangaroo Jack, but we’re told the search for a kangaroo spotted in Winfield will pick back up Tuesday morning.

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Pedestrian hit, killed on Preston Highway

The incident was reported near the intersection of Preston Highway at Indian Trail around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman Dwight Mitchell said.

  Family remembers TARC driver, gun violence advocate killed 10 years after son

Family and friends are remembering both Jarboe and her son after she was shot and killed last summer.

  Teens help more than 800 people sign up for vaccinations in Kentucky

Jacqueline Teague, 16, and Amele Beck, 14, help people on a regular basis through their program ‘Vaxconnectky.’

  Gov. Beshear: Increasing capacity guidance, vaccine supply in Kentucky

Beshear announced capacity restrictions to certain businesses and public areas would also be updated starting Friday, March 5.

Teen girl, 15, hospitalized following shooting

Anyone with information is asked to call the LMPD Anonymous Tip Line at (502) 574-LMPD.

Breonna’s Law supporters plan caravan from Louisville to Frankfort Tuesday

Rep. Attica Scott is calling for support of the statewide passage of House Bill 21 to ban no-knock warrants in Kentucky.

LMPD: Teenage girl killed in vehicle collision on Dixie Highway

The collision was reported near the 7700 block of Dixie Highway, just south of St. Andrews Church Road.

  Finding your voice, fighting for equality: The story of Dinnie Thompson

Information for Dinnie Thompson and enslaved women born in Kentucky can almost be followed from her birth.

  The sky’s the limit: Julius Calloway’s legacy

Julius Calloway is weaved all throughout the rich history of American aviation.

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be in people’s arm in days

Four million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be out by the end of this week across the country.

New I-65 interchange ramp in Bullitt County open for traffic

Construction on the interchange began in January 2019 after the $30 million project was awarded to Louisville Paving and Construction the previous December.

  Are you in vaccination Phase 1C? Don’t delay in getting an appointment

Phase 1C is the largest group of people eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations yet.

  Causes for declining COVID cases, deaths could be numerous

A potentially changing tide in the fight against coronavirus can be seen in the statistics used to track the disease.

  Homeowners work to cleanup after flooding

The heavy rains that fell on Sunday had homeowners across WAVE Country cleaning up on Monday.

  Indiana athlete, 27, dies two months after COVID diagnosis

Dani Riley spent her days helping women at a correctional facility and weekends exploring the outdoors near her home city of Madison before her death.

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine arrives in Louisville

The newly authorized Johnson & Johnson vaccine has arrived in Louisville.

Colon cancer screenings down since pandemic

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month.

  Jeffersonville Township Public Library reopens its doors

In the 12 months since COVID-19 caused shutdowns, some libraries in Southern Indiana have made big changes.

  Archdiocese calls J&J vaccine ‘morally corrupt’ for use of abortion cells

New Orleans religious leaders says the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is "morally compromised."

Williamsburg Police officers looking for the body of a missing woman

Laura Anderson went missing in February 2018.

Jennings County man arrested for deadly crash on I-65

One man has been arrested after a crash on Interstate 65 Sunday lead to the death of a 47-year-old man from Tennessee.

Beshear declares state of emergency due to heavy rainfall

Governor Andy Beshear declared the start of emergency Sunday evening.

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Mayor’s Event Coordinator arrested after alleged drunken crash

Younger admitted to police he had been drinking when he crashed the vehicle.

  Phase 1C of vaccinations begin on Monday, age will be a priority

This adds nearly a quarter of Kentuckians to the list of people who can be vaccinated.

Two shootings reported across Louisville Sunday evening

Both victims are expected to survive

Police: Porch Pirate steals 4-year-old’s package in N. Charleston

A father says his 4-year-old son saved $20 to purchase a toy from Amazon.

  Flooding a problem for some in Louisville following heavy rainfall

Flooding gave some a headache on Sunday. It shut down roads and parks across WAVE Country.

Gov. Beshear: Seventh consecutive week of declining case reports, 675 new COVID cases Sunday

As of Sunday, at least 687,823 Kentuckians have received their first dose of the COVID vaccine.

Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana faces thousands in damage due to flooding

An environmental cleanup company was sent to the location, where the current estimate of damages is at least $75 thousand.

Police investigating Russell neighborhood shooting

Calls came in around 12:30 p.m. to the 500 block of South 18th Street Sunday for reports of a shooting.

Affidavit: Man charged with sexual battery after incident at Evansville business

One man is in jail on a sexual battery charge after an incident at an Evansville business Saturday.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 736 new cases, 17 new deaths

Sunday’s report confirmed an additional 736 cases of COVID-19 in Indiana.

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine brings third option in battle against COVID

Doctors say the one-dose shot is just as safe as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

Shooting investigation underway downtown

The victim was found a few miles from where the shooting happened.

Fire crews investigate heavy fire, reports of explosion at vacant Bon Air home

Fire crews were sent to the 3000 block of Hendon Road at 4:18 p.m. Saturday for reports of an explosion.

Peppa Pig theme park set for Legoland Florida Resort in 2022

A standalone Peppa Pig theme park is set to open next year at the Legoland Florida Resort, park officials announced Thursday.

Gov. Beshear: 1,025 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 25 new deaths

Beshear confirmed the commonwealth’s positivity rate is now at 5.56 percent based on a seven-day rolling average.

Former Churchill Downs President, CEO Albert Lynn Stone dies at 95

Stone started at Churchill Downs in 1961, working as resident manager.

Health experts push importance of getting COVID-19 tested even if you’re vaccinated

One COVID-19 testing site says they are noticing a slight decrease in testing. They say just because the vaccine is going out, doesn’t mean people no longer need to be tested.

  More pop-up sites in near future to vaccinate Louisville

UofL Health looks for more facilities to host pop up vaccination sights

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 897 new cases, 27 new deaths

Seven-day positivity rate for COVID-19 tests in the state is now listed as 3.9 percent.

Ethan learns new tricks, hits goal weight in latest KHS updates

Ethan the dog’s recovery tale continues on as the Kentucky Humane Society shows off the popular pup at his healthiest and happiest yet.

Duke Energy closing southern Indiana power plant early

The utility’s R. Gallagher power plant, which boasts twin smokestacks that have long towered over the Ohio River city of New Albany, was scheduled to be retired in 2022.

Chagrin Valley dispatcher helps owner save choking dog

Dispatcher Marra previously worked at a veterinarian clinic.

  Dispute over mask-wearing led to murder of Tulane Police Officer; suspect arrested

Tulane Police Officer Martinus Mitchum was shot while providing security for a basketball game at George Washington Carver High School

Christopher 2X: 13 straight months of double-digit homicide numbers based on LMPD reports

With 14 homicides reported in February this year, it has surpassed the record number of homicides reported in the month from previous years.

Police locate missing Louisville woman, found safe

Louisville Metro Police has issued an Operation Return Home for a 22-year-old woman last seen Friday.

  NASA’s DC headquarters is being renamed for ‘Hidden Figures’ scientist Mary Jackson

NASA renamed its DC headquarters building in honor of Mary Jackson, the first African American female engineer.

  Homebound Hoosiers program brings vaccine to Indiana residents at home

Homebound Indiana residents who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine but are unable to travel to a vaccination site will now have an option to have the vaccine come to them.

  Louisville family crushed by gun violence turns pain into positivity

Those at Game Changers are striving to deliver their services to those who are looking to escape violent choices and environments.

  Marshall explains emotional ‘yes’ vote to reopen JCPS schools

Joe Marshall, who was seen hesitantly voting ‘yes’ with his head in his hands, helped carry the 4 to 3 decision.

Alabaster teen surprised by friends after brain trauma hospitalizes him for months

They lined the street of his house, on both sides of the road, waiting for his arrival, back from the hospital.

  People 60+ will take priority as Tier 1C vaccinations begin in Kentucky

People who are age 60 and older will be the priority Monday once Kentucky residents in Tier 1C are able to sign up for COVID-19 vaccines.

  Concerns remain over Louvax vaccine process

WAVE 3 News Viewers asked for more information on how volunteers at Broadbent Arena are vaccinated.