4 people shot near West Broadway and Cecil Ave.

LMPD spokesperson Alicia Smiley told WAVE 3 News a call came in of a a shooting around 8:00 p.m. Friday.

  Kentuckians facing more headaches as unemployment claims skyrocket

  Make Ends Meet: Manage your mortgage payments during COVID-19 crisis

Beshear confirms 90 new coronavirus cases in Kentucky

Gov. Beshear vetoes voter ID bill

Fischer confirms 33 new coronavirus cases in Jefferson County

  Ordinance in the works to prevent fake pop-up testing sites in Louisville

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  FORECAST: 70s for the weekend, slight shower chance

  Robocalls advertising fake coronavirus-related products and bogus deals

ISP: Corydon man drugged, raped 14-year-old girl

LIST: Businesses hiring during the coronavirus pandemic

Loved ones surprise woman on last day of radiation

JCPS extends school closures through May 1

38-year-old Harrison Co. man dies of COVID-19; 102 total deaths reported in Indiana

A total of 408 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Indiana on Friday morning.

  Behind the Forecast: COVID-19’s environmental impact

With millions of people advised or ordered to stay at home because of COVID 19, the planet has reacted in various ways.

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  Teachers get an A+ for spreading cheer

As students across Kentucky are forced to stay home during the coronavirus outbreak, teachers hopped in their vehicles and drove around Willowbrook Estates in Fisherville, Kentucky.

Nurses coming out of retirement to help fight COVID-19

Coronavirus didn’t stop this Ohio family from completing adoption process for baby boy

  Video chat allows family to spend last moments with Louisville grandmother killed by COVID-19

  Indiana schools to stay closed for the rest of the school year

  Southern Indiana engineer and former paramedic designs prototype ventilator

Ohio couple shares ups and downs of 19 days confined on cruise ship

Ohio couple shares ups and downs of 19 days confined on cruise ship

“My big goal is to walk more than 10 feet at a time."

  2 more LMPD officers test positive for COVID-19

Three officers total are confirmed to have the virus.

  How the BusyKid app is changing how children look at money

BusyKid is a subscription-free chores app for kids that teaches financial literacy and responsibility.

LMPD: Teen girl found with gunshot wound on I-264

The victim is said to be in her mid-teens.

  Kentucky couples facing difficult wedding decisions amid coronavirus crisis

Weddings are a multi-billion-dollar industry in the United States, and they’re not immune to the global pandemic the country is currently facing.

  Unemployed Kentuckians facing problems when trying to file

Kentuckians have faced a multitude of issues while trying to file for unemployment.

  CEO behind pop-up coronavirus testing site says his business is legitimate

WAVE 3 News started investigating after receiving reports it was charging people between $200-$240 while also asking for patients’ Medicaid and Social Security cards.

  Kentucky lags behind neighbors in testing for coronavirus

Weeks away from an anticipated surge in coronavirus cases, Kentucky lags behind most of its neighbors in testing for the virus.

Nearly 1,000 Kentucky prison sentences to be commuted, Beshear says

The total number of deaths in the state stands at 31, with 770 total cases as of Thursday.

Beshear announces 100 new coronavirus cases, 11 more deaths in Kentucky

Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday reported 100 new cases of the coronavirus in Kentucky, and 11 new deaths.

  Victim of fake COVID-19 testing explains how she was tricked

Shannon Wilson told WAVE 3 News she’s been victimized by the newest group of scammers. She said she fell for the scam because she was desperate and thought it was real. Now she has a message for others to make sure no one else becomes a victim.

New Albany man charged with violating stay-at-home order

The stay-at-home order was issued by Gov. Eric Holcomb on March 23 to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Mayor Fischer confirms 241 total coronavirus cases in Jefferson County, 1 new death

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said Thursday that a ninth person has died from the coronavirus in Jefferson County.

Governor Beshear asks Kentucky schools districts to suspend in-class learning until May 1

The governor said he’ll be touching base with those superintendents a week or two before May 1 to discuss if the in-class learning suspension should be extended.

Clark County student building crosses for neighbors, townspeople

Marley is accepting donations so he can continue his work of spreading hope.

  Social Security recipients will automatically receive stimulus check

The Treasury announced in a reversal Wednesday, that Social Security beneficiaries who typically do not file a tax return will automatically receive the $1,200 payment.

WAVE 3 News to air Holy Week services

Holy Week for many denominations begins on Palm Sunday and continues through Easter Sunday.

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Small business loans being offered in Louisville during coronavirus outbreak

Business owners can receive zero interest loans and no payments will have to be made for a year.

Louisville Zoo reschedules events due to COVID-19

Party for the Planet: A Month-Long Celebration of the Earth and Throo the Zoo 5K have been moved.

Drive-thru Easter egg hunt to take place in Clarksville

A total of 15,000 candy-filled eggs will be given out at Wooded View Golf Course.

JCPS works to provide hotspots to ECE students

Non-Traditional Instruction, or NTI, will begin on April 7.

Missing 39-year-old NKY woman found

She was taken to St. Elizabeth Medical Center

  Landlord offers free rent to residents as COVID-19 measures damage economy

“We thought it was more important to take care of the people who live there than to worry about the bottom line,” the president of Hagan Properties and Multifamily Development said.

  Louisville GE technician: ’They’re putting money over safety’ during coronavirus outbreak

GE is pre-screening all service calls asking the customer if they’re sick, but a technician told WAVE 3 News some people aren’t honest.

  Pop-up coronavirus testing booths: Legitimate or roadside scams?

You might have seen some tents pop up across Louisville the last few days.

Elizabethtown offering small businesses $3,000 each during pandemic

The city wants its small businesses to survive once the coronavirus pandemic is over.

Mishawaka toy store reaches out to the community with free food table

A table outside of the store says ‘Free food, take what you need’.

UPDATE: Lawmakers pass pared down state budget as legislators manage COVID-19 concerns

The budget is a compromise version of the spending plans approved by the House and Senate.

  UofL looking into tobacco plant playing a role in fighting COVID-19

A lab at the University of Louisville has been responding to national emergencies studying highly infectious diseases.

  16-year-old shot, killed in Smoketown identified

A second juvenile was also shot and police said he was expected to survive.

  Judge orders quarantine, or contempt, as corrections officers raise concerns about the use of HIP

A Jefferson County judge has ordered two people to follow quarantine orders after testing positive for the coronavirus, or face contempt of court.

  Why it’s easier than ever to fill out the census

Louisville Metro officials are encouraging all residents to complete the 2020 Census while they are quarantined at home.

  Statistical model predicts coronavirus peaks and deaths by state

The IHME model predicts neither Kentucky nor Indiana is expected to have a shortage of hospital beds.

19-year-old charged with DUI, murder after fatal crash on Billtown Road

A Fisherville teenager is charged with murder and driving under the influence after he reportedly crashed his SUV into a truck on Billtown Road Wednesday morning.

Mayor Fischer says coronavirus peak won’t hit Kentucky until mid-May

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Wednesday confirmed 22 new cases and one new death related to coronavirus in Jefferson County.

Jonesboro remains under curfew as utility crews, police work to provide help

Preliminary results from the NWS in Memphis said the Jonesboro tornado had max winds of 140 m.p.h.

Louisville Metro councilwoman self-quarantining after COVID-19 exposure

"I felt it important to notify the people I serve of my status to be fully transparent," Metro Councilwoman Marilyn Parker said.

Louisville Metro councilwoman self-quarantining after COVID-19 exposure

"I felt it important to notify the people I serve of my status to be fully transparent," Metro Councilwoman Marilyn Parker said.

Clark County reports its first coronavirus-related death

A statement from the Clark County Health Department indicated the patient was 57 years old.

Louisville Metro Corrections officer tests positive for coronavirus

A Louisville Metro Department of Corrections officer is among the latest confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus.

Kentucky has highest child-abuse rate in the country

For the second year in a row, Kentucky has the highest child-abuse rate in America, by far.

DeWine credited by international media during coronavirus pandemic as ‘US governor who saw it early’

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is garnering international attention for his precise and preventative measures taken in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.

Educational and fun things to do with your kids

Parents, if you need new ideas to keep your kids entertained during this uneasy time here are a couple places to start.

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LIHEAP deadline extended due to coronavirus

All six LIHEAP offices in Louisville have been closed since March 18 because of the coronavirus.

Coast ICU nurse: “I wish that I could show how sick these people were”

In the 14 years that RN Christy Pierce has worked in ICU, she's never experienced anything like what is being seen now in the wake of the coronavirus.

Texas Roadhouse selling ready-to-grill steaks

The restaurant is offering a variety of fresh-cut steaks, including ribeye, strips, sirloin and filet.

JCPS extends Chromebook deadline

A JCPS spokesman said about 13,200 Chromebooks have been requested so far.

One juvenile dead, one injured in double shooting in Smoketown, police investigating

Louisville Metro Police are currently investigating after a shooting kills one juvenile and injures another in the Smoketown neighborhood Tuesday evening.

Kroger offers ‘Hero Bonus’ for hourly associates

The Kroger Company has announced that all hourly associates will be rewarded with a “Hero Bonus” for working during the coronavirus pandemic.

  SuperATV in Southern Indiana switches gears to help in fight against COVID-19

SuperATV is creating shields that they call ‘Clearly Safer Shields.’

  Coronavirus impacts budget as Kentucky lawmakers prepare to vote

The budget focuses on fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, but would make cuts to programs compared to the budget Governor Andy Beshear submitted earlier this year.

‘Beshear Gear’ raises funds for Kentucky COVID-19 relief, offers merchandise sporting Gov. Beshear’s quotes

Some of Governor Beshear’s most popular quotes have been placed on T-shirts and mugs, with proceeds going to Kentucky’s COVID-19 relief funds.

  Man accused of stabbing pregnant woman, shooting at officers denied bond reduction

A man accused of stabbing a pregnant woman before leading officers on a chase that ended in gunfire has been identified.

  Are you using masks and gloves appropriately?

If you’re asymptomatic, you should be wearing a mask. However, a local health professional told WAVE 3 News the basics will always be the best form of defense.

  Social worker offers coronavirus advice for cancer patients

The constant news about the coronavirus can be overwhelming. Cancer patients might feel even more worried about the virus, because cancer and its treatment can lower their ability to fight infection.

  Players, coaches react to NCAA eligibility ruling

The NCAA has granted eligibility to college athletes whose spring seasons were completely canceled, according to the Associated Press.