Olympic Gold Medalist Simone Biles prepares for competition in Louisville

  Wibbels wins Women’s Falls Cities Championship

Campbellsville’s Holmes is co-leader at Open Championship

Cats get their shot at SEC Media Days

Billy Reed: McIlroy’s disastrous start will be hard to overcome, even on home soil

Satterfield and Cards at ACC Kickoff

Continued Coverage

LouCity FC releases seating map, ticket prices for new stadium

  JCC Gators swim to another title

Daly returns to Kentucky for Barbasol Championship

What a Finish in Sparta as Kurt Edges Brother Kyle

Custer Picks Up Fifth Win of Season at Sparta

Suarez Will Start on the Pole For Quaker State 400

18 Year Old Ankrum Wins at Kentucky Speedway

Ankrum earns first career win at Kentucky Speedway

National Veterans Wheelchair Games take over downtown Louisville

The goal of the games is to take rehabilitation out of the hospital, and onto the court.

Date set for annual Cats, Cards rivalry matchup

The rivals will meet at Dec. 28 at Rupp Arena, according to both programs’ Facebook pages. Tipoff time will be announced at a later date.

Race Weekend Arrives at Kentucky Speedway

Some of the best drivers in the world set to take over Kentucky Speedway.

Football star Jared Lorenzen to be laid to rest Wednesday

Maximum Security and Game Winner will both be racing soon

Ben Rhodes comes home to defend truck series win

Reed: All-Star break welcome reprieve for team, exhausted fans

Foundation established in honor of Jared Lorenzen

Breeders’ Cup adding vets for Cup weekend at Santa Anita

  USA Women’s World Cup Victory celebrated in Louisville

The 2-0 victory against the Netherlands brought fans across the world to their feet.

Louisville City FC scores comeback win over Nashville

Down a goal at the half, Lou City comes alive in the second half.

Cousins, Rondo both bound for the Lakers

Lakers make big deals on Saturday involving former UK stars.

  Teen Wimbledon phenom inspires West Louisville Tennis community

Fifteen-year-old Coco Gauff has become an inspiration for African-American girls watching across Louisville.

  Jared Lorenzen (1981-2019): Mumme, Boyd react

Former UK head coach Hal Mumme and former Cats quarterback Shane Boyd react

  Jared Lorenzen dies at age 38

Former UK quarterback Jared Lorenzen has died, WAVE 3 News has learned.

  Meet Jeffersonville’s new football coaches

The new leaders taking on the Red Devils this fall are finding deeper meaning in their new roles, while breaking barriers as a team.

Jamon Brown Weekend offers fun for Louisville kids

The Jamon Brown Foundation has announced Jamon Brown Weekend, a several-day event aimed at providing some summer fun for local kids.

  US holds on to defeat England 2-1, advances to World Cup final

After a nerve wracking semifinal, the U.S. Women's national team will play in the World Cup Final.

Bookmark This: 2019 college football preview notebook

The first full Saturday of the 2019 college football season is now just 60 days away, and we’ve got some stuff to talk about.

Jared Lorenzen hospitalized, battling several health issues, per report

Former UK quarterback Jared Lorenzen is currently in intensive care battling several ailments.

Racing Roundup for Saturday: Plat, Holldendorfer and Churchill’s Closing Day

Jockey Flavien Prat completes a rare double. Jerry Hollendorfer not welcomed to New York after all. Two-year-olds are showcased on Churchill Downs'closing day.

Former Louisville star McKay terrific in debut with Rays

Former U of L star, Brendan McKay makes most of his big league debut.

12 Year Old Cyclist is Already a National Champion

George Frazier overcomes health ailments to become a champion.

Baseball Cards finish season #3 in the nation

Highest final ranking in school history

US defeats France 2-1, advances to semis in World Cup

The U.S. advances in the tournament and will play England on July 2.

Sale of Ellis Park to Laguna Development Corporation made official

The meeting is being held at Turfway Park in Florence, Kentucky.

Billy Reed: Breeders’ Cup takes huge gamble with Santa Anita decision

A lot of knowledgeable thoroughbred racing experts thought it was a foregone conclusion that the Breeders’ Cup board would move this year’s event from Santa Anita to another site, most likely Churchill Downs.

  Breeders’ Cup will take place at Santa Anita after all

There was speculation that the two-day race card would be relocated following the deaths of 30 horses during the track’s six-month-long meet that just ended Sunday.

Florida lands Virginia Tech grad transfer Blackshear

Blackshear also visited Kentucky

Local High School Athletes Train During Dead Period

Local high school athletes still have the option to workout during dead period.

UofL player’s jersey stolen in Omaha, family says

The mother of a University of Louisville baseball player is hoping the power of social media can help find her son's stolen jersey.

Hall of Fame trainer Hollendorfer banned from Santa Anita

Another horse dies at Santa Anita resulting in a prominent trainer being banned from the track.

Report: 30th horse dies at Santa Anita

A 30th horse has died at Santa Anita on the last weekend of racing before the Southern California track closes for the season.

Cards fall to Vanderbilt in College World Series, finish season 51-18

After a stunning come from behind victory Thursday night, UofL looked to do it again against their rival Vanderbilt.

Pitino says he will return home from Greece

Pitino began coaching in Greece after he was fired by UofL in October of 2017.

Cards come back in ninth to beat Mississippi State 4-3 in College World Series

UofL advances to the Final Four in Omaha

Spurs Select UK’s Keldon Johnson with 29th Pick

UK's Johnson headed to San Antonio.

UK’s Washington, Herro and IU’s Langford go 12, 13 and 14 in NBA Draft

Three straight area players go in NBA lottery

Murray State’s Morant is #2 pick in NBA Draft

Grizzlies pick former Racer

Billy Reed: Bellarmine’s upgrade unlikely without one coach’s South End work ethic

The South End always has been Louisville’s melting pot, an ethnic mix of blue-collar, working-class people who can’t afford the luxury of dreams. At the neighborhood taverns, the men stare into their cold beers with hard eyes, wondering how they’re going to afford this or that.

NBA Draft preview

Five area college players are projected first round picks

UofL defeats Auburn 5-3 to stay alive in CWS

The Louisville bullpen was able to kill Auburn rallies in the 8th and 9th.

Cards lead Auburn 4-1 after four, game will resume on Wednesday at 12 p.m.

Rain delay postpones game

Two-time major championship winner Zoeller recovering after quadruple bypass surgery

Today is 35th anniversary of Zoeller's U.S. Open win

Kentucky Racing Commission approves ‘racetrack extension’ at new Churchill Downs facility

The Kentucky Racing Commission voted unanimously to approve Churchill Downs’ official request to lease, own and operate a “racetrack extension” at the new Louisville Thoroughbred Society.

‘He Hate Me,’ former WKU football player Rod Smart has been found and is safe

The former XFL football player who gained popularity because of his name has disappeared, WAVE 3 News has learned.

  Bellarmine University athletics to move to Division I

The private Catholic university is expected announce a reclassification to Division I and a conference affiliation.

  Todd’s Legacy: Cards draw inspiration from super fan

As Louisville prepared to make the trip to the 2019 College World Series, it did so without longtime super fan and honorary team member Todd Esser.

Kentucky Supreme Court to review -- again -- legality of historical racing machines

The Kentucky Supreme Court will take another look at historical racing machines, following an appeal from the Kentucky Family Foundation.

Former KWC Basketball Star, King Kelly Coleman, Passes Away

Former KWC Basketball Star, King Kelly Coleman, Passes Away

Louisville takes lessons from regional loss into CWS battle

After dropping their College World Series opener to Vanderbilt 3-1, Louisville will look to build on their experience from earlier in the postseason to continue moving on in Omaha.

Louisville loses College World Series opener to Vanderbilt, 3-1

Reid Detmers’ first offering of the game hardly looked like a pitchers’ duel was afoot in Louisville’s College World Series opener Sunday afternoon, a 3-1 loss to No. 2 Vanderbilt.

New Orleans sends Anthony Davis to Lakers in blockbuster trade

Pelicans receive 3 Lakers and 3 first round picks.

A Season of Perfection: Male High Girls Win State Softball To Finish Undefeated

Male breaks open a close game in the sixth inning to help wrap up the championship.

Former Card, Donovan Mitchell Comes to Town

Former UofL star, Donovan Mitchell comes to town.

Detmers to start for UofL against Vanderbilt

Headed into Sunday’s matchup, Detmers has a 12-4 record and a 2.85 ERA.

Cardinals take part in College world Series media day

With the excitement of getting to Omaha, comes a lot of distractions and Cardinals head coach Dan McDonnell said he’s challenged his team to stay focused on what matters.

Racing Roundup: Maximum Security’s return, thoughts on Triple Crown, Foster Night at Churchill

Maximum Security is about to return to the races.

Calipari Signs 10 Year Extension

John Calipari signs 10 year extension with UK.

Cards chase glory, possible history lesson in Omaha

The University of Louisville baseball team didn’t come roaring into Omaha at the speed of a Michael McAvene fastball, which is north of 90 mph, but the Cardinals still arrive with the verve and swag exhibited by actor Marlon Brando in "The Wild Ones,” the 1952 classic movie about motorcycle gangs.

Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

The St. Louis Blues have won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

U of L Basketball Teaches Hoops at Meade County High School

U of L players and staff travel to Meade County High School to teach basketball

Anderson and Branch among six in Class of 2019 for Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame

Class of 2019 will be inducted on August 19

Cards preparing for another trip to Omaha

Cards meet #2 Vanderbilt on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Faded Cardinal Stadium seats to be replaced

The University’s Athletic Association Board approved a $1.2 million project to replace the old seats in the main bowl area of Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. The red seats, most original to the stadium, had been faded by years of sun exposure.

UofL signs junior-college transfer defensive back

New UofL head football coach Scott Satterfield bolstered his team’s secondary with a junior-college signee.

Vandy’s rocker no-hits Duke in Super Regional

Commodores- Blue Devils series winner to face Louisville in the College World Series