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Topgolf Swing arrives in Louisville

March For Our Lives group has message for Mitch McConnell

Shively shooting rips through local business

  Courtroom Notebook: How the Oberhansley case ended in a mistrial

Kentucky’s leading hemp producer GenCanna is presenting sponsor of state fair

Traffic Alert: Several Clarksville streets closed due to erosion

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  Teacher reassigned after Western High School student fight caught on video

Zappos.com commits $1.5 million to UofL Athletics

Bevin not bothered by Democrats’ criticism of Wednesday’s Trump fundraiser

Witness statement leads to mistrial in cannibalism murder case

  Second arrest made in 2016 Bardstown murder

  True Story: Nike blowout led to McConnell’s fall, broken shoulder

Boys and Girls Haven pre-independent living program apartments reopen after fire

The Boys & Girls Haven Pre-IL program is one of the few transitional, supportive living programs for both boys and girls in foster care in the state of Kentucky.

NKY teacher charged with rape, sodomy of student

Officials say Kendall Burk, 23, is charged with four counts of third-degree rape and four counts of sodomy.

New independent living option breaks ground in Louisville

Designed to be the place where the best years are only yet to come, these new independent living communities will offer five-star cuisine, among many other things.

Jack Daniels presents custom whiskey bottle to fallen Indiana officer’s family

The brother of Terre Haute Officer Robert Pitts shared photos and a tribute to his brother on the Facebook page “Indiana Going Blue.”

41st Hunger Walk set for September 22

Former Louisville priest found guilty of sexual abuse denied appeal

Kentucky State Police hold open house for potential recruits

Tri-State man’s WWII dog tags found in Italy

Norton Healthcare named official health care provider of Louisville Cardinals

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3 protesters arrested at Kentucky State Fair ham breakfast

The executive director of the Fairness Campaign was among those placed into handcuffs by Kentucky State Police troopers.

‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign nets 347 DUI arrests in five days

KSP Spokesperson Sergeant Josh Lawson says the focus of the campaign is saving lives.

KSP investigating officer-involved shooting in Jessamine County

According to WAVE 3 News' sister station WKYT, the person police shot and killed has been identified as James Crowe, 27.

Indiana University Southeast campus holds move-in day

Hundreds of freshman moved into college on Thursday, with the help of some veteran college students.

  Ham sells for $1 million at 56th annual Kentucky Farm Bureau country ham breakfast

Central Bank put in the winning bid Thursday, a multiple-time winner of the ham.

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New study: Crazy Cat Lady is not a real thing

Cat owners rejoice, you can finally hiss back at all the haters.

$5M bond for priest indicted on 9 counts of rape

The victim, who is now 41, told authorities the abuse occurred in Drew’s school office, prosecutors say

Pedestrian hit, killed on Dixie Highway

The accident was reported just before 3 a.m. Thursday on Dixie Highway near Sappenfield Way, according to MetroSafe.

  Cannibalism trial prosecutor says Tammy Jo Blanton was butchered like an animal

For the first time in years, Oberhansley was brought into the courtroom not in a jail uniform and handcuffs but instead, a suit jacket.

Oldham County Schools on one hour delay

Power outages cause one hour delay for Oldham County Schools

  5 shot in violent Wednesday across Louisville

Three people were shot at a home in the Park Duvalle neighborhood, one of three shootings LMPD officers responded to Wednesday afternoon.

  Trump headlines private Bevin fundraiser during short visit

President Donald Trump wasn't just in town to speak to veterans Wednesday; he made a stop on the campaign trail for Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin.

President Trump declines gun reform meeting with Louisville Mayor

Monday, Mayor Fischer sent the President a letter asking for a meeting to discuss gun reform.

  Jeffersontown city council votes to change minor policy for Gaslight Festival

Anyone under 18 will not be allowed at the Gaslight Festival on Friday or Saturday night after 7 p.m. unless they have an adult with them.

  Kentucky State Fair: New curfew takes effect following weekend chaos

New rules took effect Wednesday night at the Kentucky State Fair after groups of young people caused a panic on Saturday.

JCPS may appoint new board member at Thursday meeting

By law, JCPS must fill the open seat by mid-September.

  Courtroom Notebook: Inside the Joseph Oberhansley murder trial

With 12 jurors and four alternates selected in Hamilton County on Monday and Tuesday, the group on Wednesday traveled back down to Clark County to begin the trial of Joseph Oberhansley.

  In Louisville, Trump signs order forgiving student-loan debt for disabled veterans

President Donald Trump closed his speech in Louisville on Wednesday by signing an order that will forgive all student-loan debt for many of America’s disabled veterans.

  Trump protester cited for dumping water on Trump supporter

Trump protester cited by Louisville Metro Police after dumping water on a Trump supporter near The Galt House.

Leitchfield man arrested on attempted rape charge

Milton (Joey) Higdon, 55, was arrested and booked into the Grayson County Detention Center.

MSD closes intersection at 15th Street and Wilson Avenue due to cave-in

There is no estimated date or time of completion. Traffic detours are in place.

Tractor-trailer hauling hotdogs, bologna catches fire on I-265S; delays expected for several hours

A tractor-trailer carrying pizzas has caught fire on a busy stretch of Interstate 265, just in time for the evening commute.

LMPD responds to shooting in Chickasaw

The shooting happened near Virginia Ave and I-264.

LMPD investigating after several shot in Park Duvalle

The first shooting happened around 3 p.m. and the second shooting just half an hour later.

New Bellarmine students participate in service day

This is the first of many service and community engagement opportunities these new students will experience during their time at Bellarmine.

Leaving grass clippings on highways could be illegal if bill passes legislature

A Kentucky lawmaker has prefiled a bill which would make it a crime to leave unsafe amounts of leaves or mowed grass on highways.

Demolition of America’s Best Inn to start by October

Town staff are moving forward with redevelopment of a former hotel property on Eastern Boulevard, though no plans have been announced on what might go there

  Neighbors share importance of Colonial Gardens reopening

The property is located right across the street from Iroquois Park.

  Slo-mo video of State Fair chaos offers closer look

A cellphone video obtained by WAVE 3 News from shows the moment when a teenager and an LMPD officer face off amid the Kentucky State Fair chaos Saturday night.

Jury selected in Oberhansley murder trial

A jury of 16 has been empaneled to hear the murder trial of a man accused of murdering his girlfriend and then eating parts of her organs.

Indiana Gaming Commission to consider sports wagering regulations

The commission’s approval would pave the way to begin legal sports betting at Indiana’s casinos.

Bernheim Forest names Louisville native Clinton Davis as director of facilities

Clinton Davis brings more than 20 years of experience in construction, architecture and engineering to the position.

Kentucky Lottery players have the chance to win a free trip to New York City

The Kentucky Lottery says five people with losing Powerball tickets could win one million dollars and a trip to New York City on New Year’s Eve.

Cheer squad parents asked to sell fundraiser raffle tickets for semi-automatic rifle

Heather Chilton and other parents of the Junior Lions Cheer Team members were asked to sell tickets for an AM-15 optic ready rifle for a fundraiser.

  Clarksville firefighters reunite with man they rescued from Ohio River

Moki Washington, 28, was in a boat with his friend, Donnie Watson, 26, on July 1 when the boat’s motor stopped working and they were heading straight for the McAlpine Dam.

State teachers’ union responds to Bevin’s latest jab at educators

Kentucky educators are firing back at Gov. Matt Bevin following comments he made in a radio interview, suggesting sickouts in Frankfort this year were an excuse for teachers to get a paid day off.

Student assignment committee continues work on new plan

It's one of the most controversial issues facing Kentucky's largest school district.

Kentucky Democratic Party files complaint over Bevin fundraiser ‘scheme’

The Kentucky Democratic Party has filed a complaint over Gov. Matt Bevin's campaign fundraiser with President Donald Trump at the Seelbach Hotel on Wednesday.

  Downtown Louisville businesses prep for presidential visit

Traffic was flowing smoothly down Main Street on Tuesday, but the roads soon will look a little different.

  Oberhansley Trial: Jury selection almost complete in gruesome 2014 cannibalism case

Jury selection is almost finished in the murder case against a southern Indiana man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating parts of her body.

Indiana State Police: Man wanted on charges related to marijuana-growing operation

Authorities believe Lewis Steward, 47, fled between the time they inspected his home and the time they came back with a search warrant.

  Mayor’s proposed budget would provide 93 police officers in Jeffersonville

A new city budget proposed by Jeffersonville's mayor would improve roads, make enhancements around town and expand the police department.

  Trump Visit: Traffic delays are definite in downtown Louisville

By 6 p.m. Wednesday, President Donald Trump should be on his way out of Louisville after an eventful day that includes speaking to the AMVETS National Convention at the Galt House Hotel and a private fundraiser for Gov. Matt Bevin at the Seelbach Hotel.

  Big effort by small businesses to keep going after roof collapse

Sue Chao rents a commercial kitchen by the day in Jeffersontown just so she can keep her business on life support.

  Sheriff: Man who attempted to kidnap student was at NKY high school day before incident

Investigators say Benjamin Margitza, 18, flew to Northern Kentucky from Las Vegans on Saturday night with the intention of making contact with the victim.

  KSP issues warning to would-be troublemakers following State Fair chaos

Kentucky State Police have now confirmed to WAVE 3 News that a shell casing from a gun was found following the chaos at the Kentucky State Fair on Saturday night.

  Brake lines cut on several scooters around town

One company said brake lines had been cut on some of their scooters.

JCPS cancels outdoor activities due to heat

Today’s high is forecasted to be 96° with a heat index between 98° and 105°.

  CASA receives $100K grant from Kosair Charities

Kentucky had over 28,000 substantiated cases of child abuse and neglect in 2018 alone, enough to make Kentucky one of the worst states in the country.

Man arrested for making online threats to police

An investigation was started August 13 into the threats.

Police: Taxi driver sexually assaulted ‘profoundly disabled’ woman

A man is facing sexual abuse charges after authorities say he assaulted a disabled woman who was riding in his taxi cab.

Help wanted to find missing Louisville woman

Andrea Michelle Knabel, 36, was last seen around 1 a.m. on August 13 in Audubon Park area.

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Fleur de Flea moving into former Swan Street Antique Mall

The revitalization of Paristown Pointe continues with a new tenant.

  Zombie School Bus races almost end in tragedy

Terrifying video from the Sportsdrome Speedway in Clarksville shows a runaway school bus barreling straight for a toddler.

  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.