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JCPS cancels outdoor activities due to heat

CASA receives $100K grant from Kosair Charities

Man arrested for making online threats to police

Police: Taxi driver sexually assaulted ‘profoundly disabled’ woman

Help wanted to find missing Louisville woman

Spotify announces new parental control settings

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Lowe’s to offer NFL-branded merchandise

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It’s a deal that’s hard to beat: Louisville Bats tickets for $5.00

Debate settled. It’s best to keep your AC on 82° F while sleeping.

Fleur de Flea moving into former Swan Street Antique Mall

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  State Fair chaos prompts discussion about conceal carry

For those 45 minutes, some thought they were just feet away from death. Incorrect reports of an active shooter forced their way into Freedom Hall, on the first Saturday night of the Kentucky State Fair.

Sen. Todd Young promotes Tobacco To 21 Act at Floyd Central High School

U.S. Sen. Todd Young on Monday stopped at Floyd Central High School to talk about his efforts to reduce teen vaping.

Sheriff: NKY teen nearly kidnapped in high school parking lot by man she met online

The sheriff's office says Benjamin J. Margitza flew from Las Vegas to northern Kentucky late Saturday night with the intention of making contact with the victim.

  Kentucky State Fair announces new policy for minors after weekend incident

Kentucky State Fair officials said Monday they are making changes beginning Wednesday, to keep the family-friendly event safe.

NOIR Black Chamber of Commerce bringing new support to local business owners

  Joseph Oberhansley: Jury selection begins in gruesome 2014 cannibalism case

  Secret Service prepares for Trump visit to Louisville

  Despite previous concerns of closure, small Kentucky school to begin classes Tuesday

Second suspect charged in Riverside Gardens Park homicide

E’Town police searching for Walmart theft suspect

  WATCH: Virginia woman captures snake on doorbell camera

A Fredericksburg woman had quite the surprise visitor when she got a notification on her phone that there was movement outside her front door.

Bardstown FD open arson investigation after home built by Brooks Houck burns down

Officials in Bardstown confirm they’re investigating possible arson, after a home being built by Brooks Houck burned down over the weekend.

  Locked Down: Inside the prison where inmates set each other on fire and gangs have more power than guards

Widespread concern about understaffing in Mississippi's prisons has people calling for a change. They say inmates, correctional officers and surrounding communities are in danger.

JCPS: Outdoor activities cancelled for all grades due to heat

Jefferson County Public Schools cancelled all outdoor activities on Monday.

Attorneys: Alleged Marshall Co. shooter’s constitutional rights violated

Attorneys for the Kentucky teen accused in a deadly school shooting are asking a judge to throw out statements made by their client.

Judge calls on Bevin, Hampton to settle hiring spat on their own

This comes after Lt. Gov. Hampton filed a lawsuit in Franklin Circuit Court over the firing of two of her staff members. She claims she is in charge of her staff and can block the governor's actions.

  U.S. Olympian to keynote Ky. Conference on Leadership and Diversity

The 33rd annual conference will take place September 18 and 19 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in downtown Louisville.

Man killed in Jeffersonville crash identified

The crash happened around 4 a.m. Sunday at Vissing Park Road and East 10th Street.

Adorable photo shows group of service dogs attending ‘Billy Elliot’ theater production in Canada

The service dogs were in training to help their handlers navigate a theater.

Suspect claims she is a ‘good mom’ after newborn son found on floorboard of Kentucky minivan

An arrest report says a deputy pulled over the minivan on Old Richmond Road for traffic violations. The driver didn't stop until traveling another quarter mile.

  Man accused of approaching child with cookies and condom in pocket now facing federal charges

The case is now in federal court where documents show the suspect's phone contained child porn, and there had been a google search of “how to rape a little girl."

Dogs found starving, dehydrated at Louisville home; woman charged

LMAS treated both dogs for starvation, dehydration, and hair loss.

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  Beauty queen overcomes adversity to graduate from Fort Knox

Meet Lt. Christina Meredith, if you haven’t seen her already. She’s been on network news, written a best seller and yes, she was also crowned Miss California.

  Caught on camera: videos circulate on social media following shot fired at Kentucky State Fair

Video after video have begun to pop up on social media regarding the confrontations between police and fair goers on Saturday night.

Taste of Frankfort Avenue helps American Printing House for the Blind

The 27th annual Taste of Frankfort Avenue hosted 30 restaurants for visitors to try.

  Young activist killed in police chase honored on his birthday

The Tyus family said this would be the first of many events they will hold to give back to the community to continue Ki’Anthony’s activist works.

UPDATE: KSP, LMPD investigating Saturday night State Fair incident

WAVE 3 News received multiple phone calls about a possible shooting at the fair.

AMBER Alert for 16-year-old Indiana girl cancelled

Officials say Madison Elizabeth Yancy Eddlemon was last seen Saturday at 9 a.m. in Crown Point, Ind. and she’s believed to be in extreme danger.

Shelbyville motorists killed in four-car crash

Police said during congested traffic, one car hit another, which set off a domino effect.

Third suspect arrested in shooting of pregnant woman

Police say the victim was seven months pregnant, and the defendants struck her in the face before firing shots that injured her.

Child drowns in backyard pool near PRP

LMPD believes the child wandered from inside the house, which belongs to a relative, and fell into the pool.

Father in Scott County, IN accused of shooting son during fight

Police said Jeff Abbott, 47, of Lexington, Indiana, got into a fight with his son in a home at 6999 East State Road 356 on Saturday.

Cards fans crowd Cardinal Stadium for UofL Fan Fest

The university’s marching band, cheer squad and the Lady Birds dance team performed during the free event, hoping to hype up football fans.

WAVE 3 News Day at the Fair brings out dozens of WAVE Country viewers

From WAVE 3 News Sunrise to the evening newscasts, reporters, anchors and staff were able to meet and great the people they serve each day - the viewers.

New mobile market brings groceries to Louisville food deserts

Dare To Care and Kroger teamed up with the new truck to help the nearly 50,000 people they said are living in areas without access to fresh, healthy food across the Louisville Metro Area.

Police: Nelson Co. man nearly killed 2-month-old child

A Nelson County man is behind bars after police say he abused his child, nearly killing the two-month-old baby.

Man killed after motorcycle hits pedestrian on Bardstown Road

A man was killed after a motorcycle collided with a pedestrian on Bardstown Road late Friday night.

Back-to-school illnesses parents need to watch for

School is now in session for germs, viruses and bacteria that cause illnesses that can make your child or you sick.

  Teen who founded local nonprofit heads to MIT

By the time she was in fifth grade, Anjali Chadha knew how to build a website and was learning programming.

  Family of woman found dismembered in freezer asks for public’s help

Brittany Wilson's family is asking for help searching the 300-acre property in LaRue County where her remains were initially found last month.

More than 1,000 teachers broke Kentucky law during sickouts

The report from the Kentucky Labor Cabinet Secretary found the teachers who called in to work to protest the General Assembly violated state law against work stoppages.

Khalil’s opens new gaming room to benefit Shirley’s Way

A Valley Station restaurant opened a first-of-its-kind gaming experience.

‘Easy Rider’ star and writer Peter Fonda dies at age 79

Actor Peter Fonda, the son of a Hollywood legend who became a movie star in his own right after both writing and starring in the counter-culture classic "Easy Rider," has died.

Arrest made 3 years after Bardstown nightclub homicide

Three years after a 61-year-old man was murdered above a Bardstown night club, police have made an arrest.

  Teen murder suspect appears in court

The alleged driver in a deadly crash of a stolen SUV was back before a judge Friday.

Classroom turns to fake crime scene for Christian Academy students

Christian Academy students study fake mysterious death in biomedical principles class.

Mill Creek Elementary students see science in action

JCPS Students see technology and science in action through aerospace engineering lessons & rocket building.

  First-Person: Shannon Cogan and her son’s journey for a service dog

As parents, we want the best for our children. We want to help them in any way possible.

  Clarksville police patrol bus routes, cracking down on drivers trying to illegally pass

Some drivers are ignoring the law, going right past school buses with their stop arms out.

  Downtown businesses get ready for Trump’s visit next week

As President Donald Trump’s visit to Louisville nears, some local business owners are preparing for some new customers downtown.

17 injured in Cincinnati-bound Greyhound bus crash on I-75 in central Kentucky

At least 17 people are recovering after a Greyhound bus bound for Cincinnati crashed on Interstate 75 in Rockcastle Co., Ky.

  VIDEO: Baby sea turtles prepare for a swim at S.C. beach

A group of baby sea turtles prepared to take some laps in the sea this week.

Mitch McConnell recovering after surgery to repair shoulder fracture

McConnell tripped and fell at his Louisville home earlier this month.

LMPD seeking ID of theft suspect

Witnesses have told LMPD the man has a distinct tattoo on his neck.

UofL head basketball coach gives school supplies to local kids

The Mack Family Foundation teamed up with Big Brothers Big Sisters to host a back to school event for 100 elementary students.

Locust Grove book sale now open to public

Locust Grove's three day book sale is now open to the public.

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Women charged in shooting of pregnant woman

Kayla D. Morris, 21, and Danazia C. Whitfield, 20, were arrested August 14.

  Behind the Forecast: How weather can trigger migraines

Everything from sunlight to high humidity to dry air can be potential migraine triggers.

'A living legacy’: Charlotte woman celebrates 115th birthday

Hester McCardell Ford of Charlotte celebrated her 115th birthday Thursday!

University of Louisville hosting football fan fest

The University of Louisville football program is hosting its Fan Fest on Saturday August 17.

Chicken patties made by Tyson Foods recalled

The products also bear establishment number “P-13456” printed on the back of the resealable plastic bag, according to the USDA.

Kentucky PTA files lawsuit to stop Dear JCPS founder from receiving financial information through open records request

In June 2019, Gay Adelmann asked JCPS for the financial records from all of the districts PTAs over the past five years.

Crews find snake curled up inside Brandenburg transformer

It caused a power outage in the area, but the lights were all back on by Friday.

JCPS narrows down list of candidates for open school board seat

Thirteen people applied for the District Four vacancy after Ben Gies resigned from the seat in July.

Indiana switches up vaccine requirements for students

Students in Kindergarten through seventh grades are now required to receive two doses of the hepatitis A vaccine.

  Ahead of Trump’s Louisville stop, Bevin says to expect even more before November

President Donald Trump will be addressing veterans next Wednesday at the AMVETS National Convention, and attending a re-election fundraiser for Gov. Matt Bevin.