RECENT VIDEO

  Protesters, LMPD offer conflicting accounts of SWAT truck incident downtown

LMPD says a protester crashed into a SWAT truck, but many protesters say it's the opposite way around.

  Indiana to start new Stage 4.5 coronavirus phase

In-restaurant dining may continue operating at 75 percent capacity with social distancing and on July 1, K-12 school operations can start the 2020-21 academic y

  FEMA discusses hurricane season changes amid COVID-19 crisis

The Atlantic hurricane season is already breaking records with several storms named so early this year. With parts of the U.S. battling the wrath of the coronav

  State Flag leaves Capitol

  New laws going into effect in Indiana

Whether you live in the state, or just cross the bridge daily, there are changes from how you can use your cellphone to when you can get married.

  Experts fear spike in injuries since canceled fireworks shows are leading to increased sales

A majority of the area’s July 4th fireworks shows have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Jecorey Arthur, Cassie Chambers Armstrong detail plans for first terms on Louisville Metro Council

Jecorey Arthur and Cassie Chambers Armstrong won the District 4 and 8 seats Tuesday afternoon.

  WAVE 3 News Wednesday evening, July 1, 2020

WAVE 3 News is your source for breaking local news, weather and sports.

  How the Spanish Flu and COVID-19 pandemics are similar

The Spanish Flu, one of the deadliest disease outbreaks in history, killed nearly 600,000 Americans along with an estimated 50 million people worldwide.

  Reminder: COVID-19 isn’t taking a day off on July 4

If alcohol is served at an event, watch out for anyone getting too close and comfortable who may forget to social distance themselves.

  Breonna Taylor supporters organize Kentucky Derby boycott

The COVID-19 crisis pushed the Kentucky Derby to September, but the recent death of Breonna Taylor and the events that have followed are also making an impact.

  AARP Kentucky calls for changes to protect nursing homes

AARP Kentucky leaders claim nursing homes are in a crisis and people in Kentucky and Indiana are reaching out to them for help.

  Protest caravan leads to 20 arrests

A caravan protesting the death of Breonna Taylor ended with multiple police vehicles damaged and 20 arrests made.

  'Friday the 13th' villain Jason stars in mask PSA

Possibly the most-famous mask wearer ever is misunderstood in this public service announcement.

  Wednesday morning, July 1, 2020

SPORTS VIDEO

  WAVE 3 Sports Interview with Bats Executive Vice President Greg Galiette

It will be a season without professional baseball in Louisville.

  Derby-related business relieved by Churchill Downs announcement, still looking for some answers

Among what's still unknown is how many people will be allowed to attend.

  Louisville City FC honors late founder with ‘Estopinal End’

The “Estopinal End” is the newest addition to Lynn Family Stadium.

  Alabama football: All Lives Can’t Matter Until Black Lives Matter

Head Coach Nick Saban along with Quarterback Mac Jones, linebacker Dylan Moses and more, made statements about the value of unity.

  Churchill Downs plans for Derby with fans, crowd size unknown

Churchill Downs announced Thursday it will allow fans during the Kentucky Oaks and the Kentucky Derby on Sept. 4 and 5, respectively.

  Spring sports scholarships and the affect on recruiting

More kids competing for less spots.

EDITORIAL VIDEO

  WAVE 3 News Editorial - Wednesday, April 15, 2020: Overcoming Adversity

Visualizing better days ahead helps sustain us as we navigate challenges never before seen in our lifetimes and mourn those lost to the coronavirus scourge.

  WAVE 3 News Guest Editorial - November 19, 2019: Delay the health insurance tax

Addressing one policy issue can immediately help protect consumers and employers — the delay of the health insurance tax.

  WAVE 3 News Editorial: Rescan on October 18

On October 18, anyone who uses an antenna needs to rescan.

  WAVE 3 News Editorial: Character Development

WAVE 3 News Editorial: Character Development

  WAVE 3 News Editorial: Anniversaries

It is a milestone year for several local companies and events.

  WAVE 3 News Editorial - May 14, 2019: Opportunities in west Louisville

New developments and investments in west Louisville will be difference makers in attracting more people to Louisville and keeping talent here.