RECENT VIDEO

  Zoneton Fire Major continues battle against COVID-19

Just a month ago the department lost its chief to the virus.

  Lack of vaccines becoming an issue in Kentucky as more recipients become eligible

In Kentucky, the supply of vaccines is becoming an issue, especially since the state’s Phase 1B vaccine plan has expanded.

  Friday night, January 22, 2021

  Concerns grow in the new year on pandemic evictions

Protesters want more help before they say thousands of people end up homeless.

  COVID-19 vaccine second doses may be scheduled up to 6 weeks later, according to CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance about when a person should get the coronavirus vaccine’s second dose.

  Louisville’s top health official says to get COVID tested weekly

Dr. Sarah Moyer said this week there is more COVID-19 in the area than in November.

  Louisville airport slowly recovering from COVID-19 impacts

The airport was coming off a record year in 2019 when the pandemic began.

  Louisville live performance venues battle tough year, look to the future

COVID-19 precautions have forced many live performance venues to temporarily shut their doors.

  Multiple date changes a recurring theme for couples marrying during pandemic

The fourth time’s the charm. That’s how bride Kristina Johns sums up her 2021 wedding now set for February, and her reception that’s been moved to August.

  Beshear: ‘We don’t have the supply’ of vaccines

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said the state has the systems in place to distribute 250,000 vaccines per week, but without the supply, it is just not possible.

  Floyd, Clark counties need more vaccines for high-risk Hoosiers

Since the COVID fatality rate is higher in the elderly, county health officials told WAVE 3 healthcare workers are doing what they can with what they’ve got.

  JCPS teachers begin vaccination process

Starting alphabetically with elementary schools, JCPS teachers and education staff began receiving their first dose of a vaccine.

  New library service provides free reading to children on the phone, 24 hours a day

Tele-tales provides recorded stories, poems, jokes, and more.

  Louisville woman prepares for Fight for Air Climb as she battles lung cancer

The event raises awareness and money for lung disease and lung cancer research.

  Thursday night, January 21, 2021

  Make Ends Meet: America’s spending, savings and debts

One of the hardest lessons the pandemic has taught many has been monetary.

  UofL alumnus performs ‘Taps’ at presidential inauguration ceremony

University of Louisville School of Music alumnus Master Sergeant Matthew Byrnes performed a solo rendition of “Taps” at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

  74-year-old killed by stray bullet while watching shooting unfold outside home, LMPD confirms

Dispatchers received the call around 8:45 p.m., a Metrosafe spokesperson told WAVE 3 News.

SPORTS VIDEO

  Inside the Cards Post-Game Special, Jan. 23 2021

Watch UofL Men’s Basketball Head Coach Chris Mack and WAVE 3 News Sports Director Kent Taylor discuss after Saturday’s game against Duke.

  Inside the Cards, Jan. 23 2020

Watch UofL Men’s Basketball Head Coach Chris Mack and WAVE 3 News Sports Director Kent Taylor talk the latest basketball highlights and updates.

  Lamar Jackson thanks Bills Mafia for support of his favorite charity after suffering concussion

Jackson suffered a concussion Sunday during the third quarter of the Bills 17-3 playoff victory against the Ravens.

  Inside the Cards, Jan. 16 2021

Watch UofL Men’s Basketball Head Coach Chris Mack and WAVE 3 News Sports Director Kent Taylor talk the latest basketball highlights and updates.

  The Scotty Davenport Show, Jan. 10 2021

Join Bellarmine men's basketball head coach Scotty Davenport and WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor as they talk college hoops and more.

  Oldham County athletes, parents hold ‘Let Us Play’ rally advocating to play winter sports

Amid a rise in COVID-19 cases across Kentucky, Oldham County athletes and parents raised their voices to get back on the field of play.

EDITORIAL VIDEO

  WAVE 3 News Editorial - September 14, 2020: Civil Unrest

Nearly five years ago I stood in Louisville’s Shawnee neighborhood pushing for investment to address the thousands of abandoned homes and buildings. Sadly, desp

  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.