Big names already booked for Louisville's newest concert venue opening in July

July 23 is the venue’s opening night with performances from Trombone Shorty, Orleans Avenue, Pilobolus, Ben Sollee and Mucca Pazza.

  Tributes mark 6 years since assassination of Bardstown officer Jason Ellis

Every year, his family members and friends light the ramp he took home to remember him.

  Pollio challenges JCPS staff to help pay for students' college tuition

Eight students went to school Friday and walked out with a college scholarship.

  Louisville students research fallen Kentucky soldiers ahead of trip to honor gravesites

Students have researched The Kentucky Boys: Bluegrass soldiers who died while serving in World War I and World War II. They will study abroad to Belgium.

  New FAA regulation stems from southern Ind. plane crash, attorney says

New restrictions from the Federal Aviation Administration are part of a direct response to the plane crash that killed Wayne Estopinal, according to an attorney

  Friday morning, May 24, 2019

  Alley Cat Advocates prepare bigger space to care for stray cats, kittens

The organization is in the process of renovating a 4,500 square foot building to create a Community Cat Complex in Louisville.

  School of Rock students to perform in Abbey Road on the River

WAVE 3 News Abbey Road on the River will showcase some young talent this year.

  Metro Council hears support for proposed marijuana ordinance

Softening Louisville’s stance on marijuana enforcement was a topic of discussion for visitors at City Hall on Thursday.

  Contractor who runs violence interrupters asks city for funding

While Metro Council decided to cut funding, the CEO of No More Red Dots struck back, asking for his own contract with the city.

  Elizabethtown soldier surprises 11-year-old brother at school

Specialist Christian Cruz had been keeping his homecoming plans quiet, expecting to surprise his family and hear the excitement.

  Topgolf, neighbors take arguments to court

Even though issues like late night traffic were discussed, attorneys on both sides debated a two key issues.

  WAVE 3 News: Thursday evening, May 23, 2019

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

  Abbey Road on the River rocks Big Four during Memorial Day weekend

Abbey Road on the River won't stop rocking at Big Four Station Park until Memorial Day is over.

  New tick discovery in Kentucky brings new risks

Spencer County Agriculture agent Bryce Roberts says the long horn was found in Eastern Kentucky in Martin County.

  LouCity stadium on track for Spring 2020 completion, tour reveals

They've been working on the steel structure, which is about 2/3rds of the way done.


  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.

  Ellis Park getting a facelift

Ellis Park getting a facelift

  WATCH: Attorneys say video shows War of Will to blame for Derby tangle

A war of words is heating up among some of the key players involved in Saturday's controversial Kentucky Derby finish.

  First-time Derbygoers visiting from Minnesota, Wisconsin

Just because they were Derby newbies didn't mean a few out-of-town racing fans didn't know how to protect their gear.


  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.