Bardstown officer Jason Ellis’ death still unsolved 6 years later

Ellis stopped to clear debris from an exit ramp on his way home from work when he was shot multiple times and died.

  FORECAST: Heat and storm chances on the rise this Memorial Day weekend

Where to honor fallen servicemen and women this Memorial Day

Students lead Louisville rally supporting abortion rights

Kentuckiana Builds students celebrate graduation Friday

End-of-year project turns school into wax museum

  Students travel abroad to honor The Kentucky Boys who died in WWI, WWII

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I-265 South reopened after multi-vehicle crash near Taylorsville Road

Cincinnati cemetery asks you to attend funeral for war veteran with no immediate family

  FAA grounds aircraft similar to plane involved in crash that killed Wayne Estopinal

Multiple people wounded in blast in Lyon, France

LMPD officers rescue popular pig in Fern Creek

Crews search for Indiana boy, 4, swept away in creek

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

Each week the Kentucky Humane Society is sharing photos of their adorable cats and dogs available for adoption.

  JCPS staff helps fund students’ college tuition

Superintendent Dr. Marty Polio created the JCPS Employee Sponsored Student Scholarship Fund at the start of the year. Some teachers donated part of their salaries to it. In exchange, it helped send their students to college.

Campbell County man indicted for seeking sex with minor online

A grand jury indicted an Alexandria man accused of sending sexually explicit images over the internet to a person he that was a minor.

Man pulls gun on Amazon driver, forces him to rake driveway

A delivery by one driver for Amazon did not bring a smile to the customer’s face.

  Ky. mother says school no longer holding chair for deceased daughter at graduation

MISSING IN KENTUCKY: Have you seen these people?

Police: Laurel County 2-year-old found safe

Man accused of robbing 87-year-old woman at fast food restaurant

  Behind the Forecast: Why the Coriolis Effect doesn’t affect your toilet

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Public meeting set for proposed ban of tattooing over scars

The Kentucky Department of Health has proposed banning artists from tattooing on scarred skin and is holding a public meeting on the proposal next week

  Marijuana advocates applaud proposed Metro ordinance

Possession would still be a crime, but supporters argue the change would lessen the workload for officers and save the city money.

Louisville’s famous tortoise Spike gets away with jaywalking

On this World Turtle Day, a couple of Louisville Metro Police officers came across Louisville’s famous tortoise.

  Community Cat Complex aims to cut down on stray population

Alley Cat Advocates has trapped, spayed or neutered and released around 50,000 cats over its 20 year span.

Kentucky doctor surprises stage 4 cancer patient with Derby winnings

Nearly three weeks after the Run for the Roses, a Louisville cancer patient found out she won big!

  Kentucky soldier surprises brother at middle school

It was a heartwarming moment for the military policeman who just returned from Guantanamo.

  Interrupters’ contractor asks for his own deal with the city

Eddie Woods doesn’t believe the program, as it was being run through the Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods, was working.

Search wraps up for the day for NKY woman who fell in Ohio River

Whitney Crank, 31, of Erlanger fell overboard when the boat she was in hit the wake from another boat Saturday night

  Fight between Topgolf, nearby neighbors continues in court

Even though issues like late night traffic were discussed, attorneys on both sides debated a two key issues - lighting and the application.

  Take precautions to avoid tick bites this summer

Warmer temperatures mean an increased likelihood of getting a tick bite, and those bites can bring along diseases.

Victims of Eastern Parkway crash identified

The crash happened during the early morning hours of May 19 on Eastern Parkway just past Preston Street.

  LouCity FC construction on budget and on schedule

Work on the field is set to begin in less than three months.

LouCity FC, Heine Brothers’ team up to help local immigrant communities

Specially-designed 16 oz. mugs are being sold at all area Heine Brothers’ locations.

Marvin Jenkins, former ISP Sellersburg spokesman, dies

Retired Sgt. Marvin Jenkins had been battling cancer.

$1,000 reward offered for information in puppy abandonment case

The puppies were approximately two weeks old and could barely open their eyes when they were found.

Jefferson Mall requiring adult escort for youth shoppers

The plan will be in place Friday and Saturday nights after 4 p.m.

  Judge rejects plea deal for former LMPD officer accused of federal sex charges

A former Louisville Metro Police Department officer who pleaded guilty to charges related to the department’s Youth Explorer Program child sex abuse scandal was back in court Thursday.

Newport Aquarium wants you to come celebrate their new baby shark doo, doo, doo doo doo

The Newport Aquarium is kicking off its summer season with #SharkSummer.

Elizabethtown man acquitted in death of foster child

The 4-year-old died in May 2017 from a head injury.

2 lanes of I-65 near Elizabethtown reopened after semi crash that spilled aluminum

Drivers in the area should expect delays.

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  Family mourns couple killed in chain-reaction crash on I-265

The family wants drivers to pay more attention because it’s not just their own lives that are at risk.

Company with Kentucky distilleries rolls out generous maternity, paternity plan

The parent company of Bulleit Bourbon is rolling out an innovative new plan to give new parents more than six months of fully-paid leave.

  Jeffersonville churches offer prayers, support after traumatic weekend

Members of the Jeffersonville community gathered to heal after a home explosion killed a man and severely injured his wife.

Charlestown residents say water quality has not improved

Brown water has been an issue in the city for the past 50 years.

Proposed budget cuts to Louisville Fire would increase response times

Chief Gregory Frederick told members of the Metro Council the closure would save the city $1.7 million dollars next year.

  A dose of instant karma? Video shows face plant during N.KY. bank robbery attempt

Newly-released video is shedding light on an armed bank robbery from earlier this year in Fort Mitchell, Ky.

Sinkhole repairs complete, I-265 reopens in Floyd County

The issue was reported in the eastbound lanes of I-265 near the 5 mile marker shortly after midnight.

Injuries reported in crash near Churchill Downs

Reports of the wreck in the 3800 block of 4th Street were received around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Annual breakfast celebrates Heuser Hearing Institute successes

The annual breakfast educates people about the mission of the Heuser Hearing Institute.

‘Miracle’ dog Trooper is now making event appearances

'The Trooper Telegraph' can come to your office, school or social event

  Bevin and Beshear to battle at the ballot box in November

Both Beshear and Bevin were victorious in their primary races Tuesday night. So, what’s ahead for the next five months?

  Violent 24-hours in Louisville leaves 2 dead, six others injured

On Tuesday in Louisville eight people were shot, two of them fatally.

Former Baptist Health nurse accused of sexually assaulting patient

On one occasion, troopers said Buckmaster subjected the victim to touch his genitals while he was drawing blood from her.

  Police: Final determination into Jeffersonville home explosion could take months

The explosion claimed the life of Bill Phillips. His wife, Janet Phillips, was injured.

  2 dead, 3 injured in chain-reaction crash near sinkhole on I-265

The crash was reported on I-265 East in New Albany around 8:10 a.m., according to Indiana State Police.

Boozy Big Boy? Unique Frisch’s location taking residence at CVG

The location will serve beer and liquor in addition to its popular food items, which is unique for Frisch’s.

Bikers run for the wall to honor those who gave all

As many prepare for cookouts and fireworks to celebrate Memorial Day, hundreds of motorcyclists are on their way to Washington D.C. for a special visit to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

  EXCLUSIVE: City suspends payments for Violence Interrupter contractor

After multiple investigations, WAVE 3 News has learned the city recently suspended payments to one of the organizations that hires and manages the Violence Interrupters.

Louisville woman accused of fighting at Circle K, throwing concrete at witness

Police said Marissa Phelps targeted the juvenile witness because they were recording on their cell phone.

LMPD officer involved in crash near UofL

Few details were immediately available, but MetroSafe confirmed the crash took place near the intersection of 4th and Lee streets shortly before 5 p.m.

  JCPS student who struggled with dyslexia will graduate as valedictorian

After being diagnosed with dyslexia as a young child, Kendahl Broyles was able to overcome her learning disability.

MSD completes Clifton Heights basin project

The overflow basin will wastewater and rainwater during heavy rains.

  Pass the Cash: Bullitt Co. community bands together to help struggling mother

In a first, the cash was passed through multiple people before reaching its recipient - Crystal.

Two killed in Indiana plane crash

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

  Hotel, residential spaces to replace former Colgate plant in Clarksville

There are a total of four phases of development ahead, with the first to commence later this year.

Pilot accused in Kentucky triple murder appears in court

Christian Martin was arrested in Louisville in early May.

Man accused of shooting victim, taking off in vehicle

Officers impounded the car and found multiple items belonging to the suspects, including cellphones, inside.

Man accused of being in car that ran over police officer appears in court

James Manning, 19, is charged with conspiracy to assault - first degree of a police officer.

Man found dead in Radcliff parking lot

Officers were called to Pin Oak Court around 12:25 a.m. Wednesday.

Louisville woman found safe by LMPD River Unit

Police believe a missing 60-year-old woman could be in the Shawnee Park area of Louisville.

  Recap: Kentucky primary yields no major surprises

For a little while, it looked like Rocky Adkins was going to pull off the biggest upset of the night, but once Andy Beshear assumed control of the Democratic gubernatorial contest, the Kentucky primary produced few surprises, if any.

Man shot, killed in Portland neighborhood amidst violent 24 hours in Louisville

It happened around 10:30 p.m. near 18th and Main streets, MetroSafe confirmed.

Donate blood and get a free King’s Island ticket

Anyone who donates blood at the Kentucky Blood Center between May 23 and 25 will get a free ticket to King's Island, while supplies last.

  New study shows some chemicals in sunscreen enter the bloodstream

The four chemicals tested were: avobenzone, oxybenzone, ecamsule and octocrylene.

Report: Denny Crum recovering from stroke

Legendary Louisville basketball coach Denny Crum is recovering from a stroke at a local hospital, according to a report.

  Attorneys: Ohio State needs to reveal who knew about abuse

Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.

Thousands sign petition to make Danny Devito next Wolverine

Lots of folks are getting a good laugh at signing a petition to make Danny Devito the next Wolverine.