Brazilian variant of COVID-19 found in Louisville wastewater

A University of Louisville Co-Immunity Project looked at wastewater tests which showed the Brazilian strain, known as P.1, in western Jefferson County in April.

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GRAPHIC: Elizabethtown man charged with incest, rape

5 injured in fiery crash on I-65

  Jack Harlow’s DJ named person of interest in deadly club shooting from 2020

  Will the Colonial Pipeline gas shortages reach Kentucky?

  ‘They were beating me’: Woman attacked at Kroger on Mother’s Day wants more help from LMPD

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Hoosier companies struggle to find help despite job openings

  Fischer, TARC failed employees, consumers amid Ferdinand Risco sexual harassment scandal, scathing report reveals

  Kentucky man receives life-saving organ from Facebook friend

  Multi-million dollar medical testing facility now open in Louisville

  $1,200 worth of plants, equipment stolen Louisville nonprofit’s greenhouse

  Legal road ahead for Bob Baffert could be long and expensive

  Norton prepares to administer COVID-19 vaccines to kids 12 and up

A Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advisory committee has decided the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine should be given to adolescents.

  UofL Hospital employees uncover human trafficking case, reunite woman with family

The team of medical staff members whose intuition led to the reunification of a 20-year-old Georgia woman and her family was recognized Wednesday.

Teen girl dies after being shot in Louisville

The shooting reportedly happened just before 7 p.m. on Grand Avenue in Chickasaw.

2 victims, including 16-year-old, rushed to hospital after Louisville shooting

It happened on Magazine Street in the 1700 block, LMPD spokesperson Dwight Mitchell confirmed, which is near Sheppard Park.

Jack Harlow’s ‘heart is broken’ following DJ’s arrest for bartender’s murder

  Heroin, a fire, and an insider: The Troubleshooter investigates

UPS education program expands to all Kentucky counties

Lester Holt to host ‘Nightly News’ from Louisville next week

Murder suspect arrested after brief foot chase with officers

Reeves one of 20 governors demanding action from Biden on southern border

  Former TARC director investigation files released after sexual assault accusations

Former TARC executive director Ferdinand Risco stepped down in February of 2020 after WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters uncovered multiple allegations of sexual assault.

Police asking for witnesses of fatal club shooting to come forward

A man was murdered at a club in Shively and police are hoping more people saw what happened.

Dunkin’ employee charged in death after allegedly hitting customer over slur

A Dunkin' employee allegedly punched a customer for using a racial slur

Hoosiers will need to submit weekly report for unemployment benefits

People receiving unemployment benefits in Indiana will have to prove they are looking for a job.

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  Shields says ‘miscommunication’ with barricades led to early closure of west Louisville Kroger

A “miscommunication” with the city’s public works department led to the early closure of a west Louisville grocery store, according to LMPD's top cop.

  Jack Harlow’s DJ charged in deadly Derby weekend shooting at Louisville club

Jack Harlow’s DJ has been indicted on a murder charge in connection to this month’s deadly shooting at Vibes, a Louisville nightclub.

  JCPS: Roosevelt-Perry, Wheatley schools merging; Grace James moving campuses

Extensive changes are coming to three schools within Kentucky’s largest public school district.

AMBER Alert: Missing 6-month old found safe

According to the TBI, Lilybet Boyd went missing from a home in Oliver Springs. The baby was last seen early Tuesday wearing pink pajamas before being found.

Louisville woman, 22, killed in Frankfort crash

Shyanne Adkins, 22, lost control of her car, struck a guardrail, bounced back into traffic, rear-ended another vehicle, and then struck another guardrail.

ISP: Skateboarder killed in crash with off-duty officer’s vehicle

Indiana State Police is investigating after a skateboarder was struck and killed by an off-duty officer’s vehicle in Madison.

Gas stations in Wayne County running low on gas after ‘panic’ event

Gas suppliers say the days of cheap gas are likely over for now.

‘Handful’ of Derby-goers caught COVID, Louisville health director confirms

The Derby was attended by 50,800 people.

LMPD: Wyandotte Park shooting sends man to hospital

Officers arrived to the shooting scene near the 3700 block of Taylor Boulevard around 7 p.m.

Double Kwik limiting customers to $30 only for gas

Customers can only pre-pay.

  Pipeline shutdown has potential to impact Louisville gas prices

Gas prices across the country are on the rise after a cyberattack on one of the America’s largest fuel pipelines.

  Investigator calls on FBI to investigate wrongful conviction cases similar to Mark Handy’s

A former homicide detective is now calling on the FBI to review all lawsuits which have reached a settlement in civil federal court to see if there was willful misconduct.

  What parents need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine for kids 12 and up

A spokesperson for Norton Children's Hospital said at least 3,000 children in that age group are pre-registered for the vaccine.

  Job openings hit 20-year nationwide high, while thousands remain on unemployment

According to the US Labor Department, job openings rose nearly 8 percent to 8.1 million in March, the most on records dating back to December 2000.

JCPS summer learning program registration begins

Jefferson County Public Schools is now offering registration for its summer learning program, giving students options to further their education in the summer months.

Selma teen missing since February

Authorities’ are looking for 16-year-old Kelsey Johnson.

Gov. Beshear: 758 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 23 new deaths Tuesday

Beshear mentioned the simplicity of signing up for a vaccine anywhere within the commonwealth.

Gov. Lee announces end to $300 unemployment benefits

Tennessee is now one of several other states refusing the $300 weekly unemployment payments.

  Louisville artist turns trauma into an outlet and outreach for his community

Not everyone shows it or speaks about it, but life, tragedy and trauma can impact your mental health.

Man hit by train in Southern Indiana dies at Louisville hospital

Indiana State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles said the crash happened around 6:30 p.m. on County Road 775 South.

Alabama woman pleads guilty to Gulfport bank robbery

Iconic Facce pleaded guilty to two indicted counts of robbing the BancorpSouth located on Cowan Road in Gulfport on March 22, 2019.

Post positions set for Preakness Stakes 146

Post position draw for the 146th running of the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, Maryland took place Tuesday afternoon.

Medina Spirit allowed to run in Preakness Stakes

Medina Spirit won the 147th Kentucky Derby on May 1 at Churchill Downs. Eight days later, however, news hit that the colt had tested positive for an illegal amount of betamethasone.

Woman charged with injuring bartender for allegedly ‘not adding alcohol to drinks’

A Louisville woman has been charged with assault after a violent incident with a bartender allegedly starting after not being served additional alcohol in her drink.

687 new COVID-19 related cases, 15 new deaths reported in Indiana

Indiana's 7-day positivity rate is 5.3%.

  Former LMPD detective pleads guilty to perjury, tampering with evidence

A former LMPD homicide detective accused of coercing confessions, making up statements and ignoring exculpatory evidence in three separate murder cases was sentenced Tuesday.

Baffert says vet-recommended treatment led to illegal level of substance

According to the Hall of Fame trainer, it started after the Santa Anita Derby.

Accused serial bank robber dubbed “Mr. Smooth” in custody

Police said he robbed several Louisville banks from April 2 to May 5.

  Your nose knows when it’s spring in Louisville

Louisville is in the top five annually for worst cities for allergies. And this year, the River City ranked #2.

Parma mom pleads not guilty to murdering her 6-year-old son at Brooklyn hotel

Kaamir Bringht was pronounced dead inside the hotel room of several gunshot wounds.

Lynn Family Stadium looking to fill 200 positions

Louisville’s newest stadium is looking to hire hundreds of people.

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Man shot near Big Four Bridge

A man was shot at a popular area for walkers in Louisville.

3 shot at Louisville hotel

A man is in critical condition and two others were injured in a shooting near a Louisville hotel.

Man in critical condition after double shooting in Watterson Park

Officer Beth Ruoff said the double shooting was reported in the 3300 block of Red Roof Inn Place.

Apple awards millions to Kentucky plant

Millions of dollars were awarded to a Kentucky plant to help drive research on a product many people use daily.

  Elizabethtown family’s dog ‘lucky to be alive’ after coyote attack

Charlie Miller will never forget the piercing sounds their miniature schnauzer, Gabby, made yelping for help.

  Gov. Beshear: Pfizer emergency use authorization for 12 to 15-year-olds could ‘set a timeline for 100 percent capacity’

The Team Kentucky COVID-19 website is also working with the CDC to provide a map of locations offering the Pfizer vaccine, currently in emergency use authorization for ages 12 and up.

Attorney General Daniel Cameron urges Facebook to not launch Instagram Kids

Cameron and the other attorneys general believe the launch of the new app could bring serious safety concerns and potential harm aimed at young children.

Veterans Club meets with Sen. Rand Paul, state officials seeking funding for Camp Restoration project

On Monday, Veterans Club founder Jeremy Harrell met with US Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) to discuss the future of the Camp Restoration project.

Man arrested in Indiana with more than 160 pounds of meth

27-year-old Dejohntae Williams faces several felony drug charges.

Gas prices could go up in Kentucky if pipeline situation isn’t fixed soon

Friday, all Colonial Pipeline operations were shut down in response to a ransomware attack.

Kentucky State Police honors fallen troopers

Troopers said the yearly tradition is important for family, friends, and the troopers themselves.

Mayor’s Hike, Bike, and Paddle returns Memorial Day

A Memorial Day tradition in Louisville will be returning once again this year and has been reworked to ensure the safety of participants.

Girl, 15, rushed to hospital after being shot in Taylor Berry

It happened around 6 p.m. on Montana Avenue.

  Pandemic accelerates partnerships, has other impacts on animal shelters

At animal shelters in Kentucky, the challenges that came with 2020 and beyond have been paired with opportunity.

  Medina Spirit scandal will not impact Derby race payouts

Kentucky Derby 147 winner Medina Spirit failed a post-race drug test on May 9, testing for excessive levels of anti-inflammatory drug betamethasone.

VIDEO: Elsmere police officer’s heroics save baby

Elsmere police officers receive the life saving award for saving a baby.

  Federal guidelines may soon nix indoor mask requirements — a welcome change for businesses

Sunday, Dr. Anthony Fauci said federal guidance on wearing face coverings indoors may change soon.

  How did officials find an illegal substance in Medina Spirit’s blood?

The presence of any betamethasone is not allowed in horses that are racing. But the findings can be challenged.

  Louisville pediatrician among first Ky. private practice to roll out COVID-19 vaccines

Dr. Beverly Gaines asked Kentucky for a shot at helping end the pandemic. That's why the state’s health department made her private practice one of the first in Kentucky to administer the vaccine.

  Vaccine demand is dropping, states requesting less supply

President Biden wants to have at least 70% of Americans vaccinated by July 4. The challenge now is to reach those who are less eager to get the vaccine.

  Kentucky college students to be the focus of new COVID-19 vaccine study

The study will look at people in the 18-26 age range and determine how effective a vaccine is against spreading the virus among carriers who don’t have symptoms.