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Installation begins for KMAC Picasso exhibit

Jefferson County Public Schools suing Juul, e-cigarette manufacturers

  Elementary students gifted toys and meeting with Santa

  Friends of Thorntons clerk killed relieved after arrest, hopeful second suspect is found

JCPS students deliver thousands of holiday cards to seniors

2 people shot in Shawnee neighborhood

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Arrest made in Oldham County Thorntons robbery case that killed employee

AT&T looking to hire 40 new employees for downtown call center

Woman suffers brain bleed after alleged assault in Louisville, suspect arrested

Trial dates set for three people connected to dog attack that killed toddler

Ace of Fadez barbershop helping customers cut deep by depression

  WAVE 3 News anchor latest victim of car break-in

  2 cats die after being left in LMAS officer’s vehicle

Wes Lega is now facing one count of official misconduct because of the incident, which happened in September.

  Police arrest man charged in 29-year-old rape cold case

Annie Sisk's case has been sitting cold for so many years, until this weekend when police finally found the man they believe raped her.

Louisville Orchestra musicians giving free concerts to retirement home residents

Musicians from the Louisville Orchestra hoping to spread the Christmas cheer to local retirement homes by traveling and performing free concerts in December.

Jecorey ‘1200’ Arthur to run for Metro Council

A music education teacher and rapper will run for Metro Council.

Police find more than $100,000 of meth in air fryer shipping to south Louisville

  Community groups seek donations to help care for 3 children who lost mother in Old Louisville shooting

KSP holds Cram the Cruiser food drive for families in need this holiday

Louisville family named 2019 Special Olympics Kentucky Family of the Year

  Give-a-Jam gives you a way to help the homeless in our community

  One person shot in Park Hill neighborhood, police investigating

  Family, neighbors asking questions after 20-year-old shot and killed in Klondike neighborhood

A neighborhood is devastated after 20-year-old Jacob Kerr is shot and killed on his own front porch.

21-year-old killed in Old Louisville shooting identified by coroner

The Chief Deputy Coroner has released the identity of the woman killed in the shooting in Old Louisville on Friday night.

  Bullet shoots through Old Louisville building filled with children

A father that lives in the building that was hit said based on where the bullet ended, he is thankful that none of his children were injured.

UPDATE: Coroner releases identity of 20-year-old killed in shooting Saturday in Klondike neighborhood

Louisville Metro Police are currently investigating a homicide that happened early Saturday morning in the Klondike neighborhood.

Man facing charges after accused of threatening to shoot students at Valley High School

A 20-year-old is facing charges after threatening to shoot students in the Valley High School parking lot on Friday.

Man involved in police chase Thursday charged with receiving stolen property, fleeing police

A man in a high-speed police chase in a stolen vehicle appeared in court Saturday facing multiple charges.

Salvation Army Angel Tree deadline approaching for adoption and return

The deadline is coming up soon, but there’s still time to adopt a Salvation Army angel and drop off gifts.

LMPD investigating fatal vehicle collision in east Louisville

Police are investigating a fatal two-vehicle collision in east Louisville Saturday morning.

Former UofL football player Chris Campa found dead in Orlando

Campa is from Orlando and played for UofL in 2008, according to the university’s football roster.

Louisville Urban League talks accomplishments made in 2019

Their commitment to closing the wealth gap in Louisville was reaffirmed in today’s discussion.

UPDATE: Old Louisville shooting victim dies

The victim’s identity has not been released.

  More than 400 JCPS homeless families receiving gifts from community

The Jefferson County Public Schools reports that one in every 20 students is homeless. Last year, that number was 5,172 students.

Police investigating shooting in Pleasure Ridge Park neighborhood

Louisville Metro EMS was called to the scene to render aid to a male victim.

Santa visits Louisville’s California neighborhood to spread Christmas cheer

Santa even handed out some Christmas gifts a little early.

Elderly man dies in Shawnee house fire

The incident caused major smoke and fire damage in the home.

Holy Name buildings’ landmark status uncertain ... again

The Louisville Landmarks Commission had previously given the designation to the former convent and gymnasium, stopping plans to tear them down.

Accused of sex with minor student, owners of ballet studio return to court

A couple who owns a ballet studio, accused of engaging in sexual acts with a juvenile, were in court Thursday.

  Thief breaks into Paintball Asylum, leaves a mess in his path

The thief seemed to know what he wanted: a single remote-control truck worth $300.

  A trip inside the MSD Waterway Protection Tunnel

You probably aren’t aware of it, but a huge tunnel is being built under parts of Louisville.

  Metro Council could expand parking meters across Louisville

Bardstown Road is one of the busiest roads in Louisville, but possible changes to parking along the popular corridor are being considered.

Juveniles at JCYC may be moved to South Central Ky. facility

All juveniles being held at the Jefferson County Youth Detention Center will be out of that facility by December 31.

Louisville youth detention center to close Dec. 31, facility still hiring new workers

Wednesday, Louisville Metro Council members got an update on the closure.

  LMPD Chief on future of the department: ‘We’re going to end up doing less with less’

Chief Steve Conrad told city council members that he’s re-organized the department in order to keep an adequate number of officers on patrol.

  Victims of former LMPD officer frustrated with ruling to dismiss civil cases

Women who say they are sexual assault victims of a former Louisville Metro Police officer are frustrated with Jefferson Circuit Court rulings dismissing their civil cases against the city.

  Winter Woods Spectacular at Iroquois Park promises a magical, drive-through experience

Tickets must be pre-purchased for the event and will not be sold at the park.

Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way partner for ‘Greatest Give Back,’ a day of service in honor of Ali’s 78th birthday

Ali would have turned 78 on this upcoming birthday, so each project will have a theme surrounding the number 78.

  2 arrests made at crime hot spot just hours after Troubleshooter investigation airs on WAVE 3 News

Just hours after WAVE 3 News’ latest undercover Troubleshooter investigation, separate arrests were made Tuesday night at what is arguably the city’s most notorious crime spot.

West Louisville YMCA brings exclusive opportunities to the community

Focused on health equity, the new YMCA has partnered with local organizations and companies to bring financial, family, behavioral and health services to the community.

Plans for $250 million development at Grinstead and Lexington heading to Louisville Metro Council

The Louisville Metro Council will take a final vote next week.

First woman to row across the Atlantic solo discusses trip, relationship with Muhammad Ali 20 years later

Tori Murden McClure was also the first American and first woman to ski to the South Pole.

  9/11 rescue worker finds peace in parrot sanctuary

Brad Harmon said he had great success listing Ruffled Feathers Parrot Sanctuary on Giving Tuesday last year. So, he's doing it again in 2019.

  UPS’ peak season brings increased workload, 4 million packages daily

At UPS, two words signal the most important time of the year. Those two words: “Peak Season."

Vera Bradley donates $136k to non-profit Blessings in a Backpack

Vera Bradley gave $136,000 to Blessings in a Backpack, thanks in part to donations from customers.

  An undercover look at Louisville’s newest crime hot spot

The intersection of Dixie Highway and Hill Street was the site of WAVE 3 News' latest undercover Troubleshooter investigation.

Kentucky Humane Society raising money on Giving Tuesday to prepare more animals for adoption

The Kentucky Humane Society is asking for help on Giving Tuesday to raise money preparing more animals for adoption.

  4 hurt in crash involving pickup, TARC 3 bus

The accident was reported at 1:44 p.m. in the 3200 blk of 7th Street Road in Shively.

  Louisville high school students team up with Microsoft for day of hands-on IT experience

At the Muhammad Ali Center Tuesday, students learned innovation isn’t always about learning something new, it’s about creating something new.

Alert issued for endangered person

Family members believes Matthew Tommasini is in need of medical attention.

  Norton Children’s Hospital limits visitation due to high volume of RSV hospitalizations

Over 50 people diagnosed with RSV in the Louisville area have been hospitalized recently, prompting Norton Children’s Hospital to change their visitation policy to limit the spread of the virus.

  LMPD, partner agencies receive $1.4 million in grant money for crime victim services

Victims of crime in Louisville will soon get more assistance thanks to federal grants received by Louisville Metro Police and several partner agencies.

Proposal for MSD to overtake stormwater drainage in Shively would raise prices

At a meeting on Monday, MSD proposed the utility take over the city of Shively’s stormwater drainage services.

Victim hospitalized after shooting Monday night in Hallmark neighborhood

Louisville Metro Police are currently investigating a shooting in the Hallmark neighborhood south of Park Duvalle.

White Christmas exhibit at the Frazier celebrating 65 years of the famous holiday musical

Several props that were featured in the 1954 holiday musical are on display.

  VIDEO: Porch pirate seen stealing package from home in East Louisville

8th Division detectives are on the lookout for this person, who stole a package off the 200 block of Sycamore Drive on November 14th.

  Man murdered outside Louisville business near Thanksgiving just like his sister years earlier

LMPD is trying to solve two murders in the same family right around Thanksgiving and outside Louisville businesses.

Man awarded $7.5M in wrongful murder conviction back behind bars

Kerry Porter served 11 years for the 1996 murder of Tyrone Camp.

Man found dead in Taylor Berry neighborhood

The LMPD Homicide Unit is investigating.

Sexton Smith announces she will not seek reelection

Barbara Sexton Smith announced she would be resigning from Louisville Metro Council after her term ends.

  UofL Football gives back with Operation Christmas Child

They filled shoe boxes with toys, school supplies and hygiene items for Operation Christmas Child, which sends them to children in need, ages 2 to 14, in over 100 countries.

  Malibu Jack’s to offer more space, more fun at new Hurstbourne Parkway location

The new spot at 1215 South Hurstbourne Parkway, near Interstate 64, will offer double the space of the current location.

Man shot and killed on Dixie Highway in Algonquin

Around 3:00 a.m. Sunday, police responded to a report of a shooting in the 1600 block of Dixie Highway, according to LMPD.

One person killed, four others injured in W Main Street crash

The crash was reported around 10:15 p.m. Friday from the 2500 block of W Main Street, according to LMPD.

  Salvation Army kicks off Red Kettle campaign

With a smile and a song, every day from Black Friday to Christmas Eve you’ll find volunteer bell ringer Doan Price outside the Stonybrook Kroger.

  Locally owned shops prepare for Small Business Saturday

Regular customers stopped into the Underground Sounds music store on Black Friday in hopes to add to their collections.

GIVE hosts holiday blitz at Launch Louisville

Global Intervention Ventures in Education, also known as GIVE, hosted their annual Holiday Blitz on Friday.

Free coat exchange offers those in need a coat for the winter

Five locations across Jefferson County offered free coats to residents in need.

Serious shoppers hit the stores before Black Friday

“You can’t wait till Friday," said shopper Kristi Gay. "Friday it’s all picked over, it’s done.”

APPKI provides Thanksgiving lunch to men battling addiction

APPKI stands for the Association of Pakistani Physicians of Kentucky and Indiana.