Wednesday morning, June 26, 2019

  TARC asks for rider input to shape future of service

TARC will soon roll out its proposal for a new long-term transit plan, called LINC.

  Residents of America's Best Inn worried about finding affordable housing when hotel closes

For years, people have essentially paid rent to stay at the hotel permanently, and because of the terms of that sale, those people are being forced out.

  Metro Council approves operating budget with major cuts to city services

By a vote of 24 to 1, councilmembers overwhelmingly approved the budget passed by the committee last week.

  Woody Porter, the CEO of A.D. Porter & Sons Funeral Home died

He is remembered and praised for his tireless work and his desire to improve the lives of others by creating opportunity.

  A man is accused of kidnapping an adult and using tools to torture him

Police said the victim told them he was zip tied, then Payne and other suspects put a metal dog collar around his neck.

  Longtime southern Indiana hotel will be torn down

America's Best Inn and Suites in Clarksville closing will impact people who have lived there for years.

  10-month-old pulled over for driving on wrong side of road

Orlando Police Officer Alex Kipp meet his match last week when he pulled over his daughter Talynn for driving on the wrong side of the road in her stroller car.

  A Kentucky teenager is lucky to be alive after falling off cliff

The 14-year-old was in Crawford County when he fell 50 to 60 feet down in the Hoosier National Forest.

  Moors Marina hit by tornado

Surveillance video captured the moment when an EF-1 tornado struck Moors Marina at Kentucky Lake on June 23.

  Moors Marina hit by tornado

Surveillance video captured the moment when an EF-1 tornado struck Moors Marina at Kentucky Lake on June 23.

  Fewer teens drinking alcohol, study says

Fewer teens are drinking, but a group of pediatricians is begging parents to be vigilant.

  3D mammography screenings rise in popularity

Are 3D mammograms better than traditional ones?

  Tuesday morning, June 25, 2019

  Louisville man who escaped HIP nearly 2 years ago finally caught

A fugitive with a lengthy criminal history was captured by Louisville Metro Police over the weekend after nearly two years on the run.


  Raptors parade shooting aftermath

Raptors celebration is interrupted after shooting nearby in downtown Toronto.

  McNeese coach Justin Hill reflects on 2019

  Louisville Bats consider extending netting to protect fans

Some fans love the chance of catching a foul ball, but what if it misses the gloves and hands and hits someone instead?

  Bullitt East wrestler used to competing against the guys signs with Campbellsville

Carley O'Neill did something on Wednesday that a lot of kids in WAVE Country do every year. She signed college scholarship papers.

  JR Hildebrand races by WAVE 3 News

Indy Car driver JR Hildebrand talks to WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor.

  Michael Vick hosts football camp for Louisville kids

St. Stephens Church welcomed Michael Vick's youth football camp after it was canceled at a JCPS school.


  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.

  WAVE 3 News Guest Editorial: National Salvation Army Week

National Salvation Army Week was designated by President Eisenhower to remind Americans to give freely of themselves and serve the needs of others.

  WAVE 3 News Guest Editorial: Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on pension payment

Over the last eight years, Louisville has built incredible momentum: 80,000 new jobs, 2,700 businesses, $13 billion in capital investment.

  WAVE 3 News Guest Editorial - Tuesday, January 22, 2019: Authorizing Charter Schools

It's time for the legislature to not only create a better process for authorizing charters but to also fund these innovative public schools.

  WAVE 3 News Editorial - December 18, 2018: Community Treasures

We salute all who helped make our community a better place this year.

  WAVE 3 News Editorial - December 11, 2018: Trailblazing

The Derby City joins Austin, Nashville, Denver, Portland and Indianapolis in outpacing the nation as places that realize the benefits of their tourism vision.