Biden announced he will withdraw the 2,500 remaining U.S. troops from the war in Afghanistan by this Sept. 11., the day that marks 20 years since the New York City terror attacks that started our nation’s longest war.
The Healing Place, a nonprofit addiction recovery center, has teamed up with local restaurants every year and takes a portion of their proceeds to support its free services; this year, the group will do the opposite.
A few months ago, several members of the WAVE 3 News family had COVID-19 and weren’t able to come to work. Many WAVE 3 News employees are now getting the COVID vaccine, so they can continue to tell stories in the community.
More than a year into the pandemic, those at the Legal Aid Society of Louisville said the clients they serve, typically low income clients or the working poor, are still facing issues with unemployment insurance.
The Middletown Pharmacy is one of several local pharmacies able to give vaccines to help stop the spread of COVID-19. All those locations were advised Tuesday morning to stop administering the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Following a four-day shutdown because of fraud, Kentucky’s unemployment system now requires claimants to have a state-generated PIN number to log back into their accounts; some told WAVE 3 News they have jumped through hoops trying to obtain their PIN.
The administration of the J&J vaccine was paused by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration Tuesday while they investigate six rare cases of dangerous blot clots affecting the brain.