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  Hundreds of free mattresses given to cancer survivors and patients

The United Breast Cancer Foundation and Tempur-Sealy gave out 368 mattresses to people impacted by breast cancer.

  Local volunteer group passes out coats and essentials to homeless camps

A group of volunteers gathered on Friday to pass out coats and other essentials to people living in the city’s homeless camps.

  Hundreds of free mattresses given to cancer survivors and patients

The United Breast Cancer Foundation and Tempur-Sealy gave out 368 mattresses to people impacted by breast cancer.

  Louisville Scholastic Chess Open teaches students strategy and critical thinking

The Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity hosted their third annual Louisville Scholastic Chess Tournament at the University of Louisville Student Activity Center.

  Teen dies after being shot in Beechmont neighborhood

Police don't have any suspects and haven't made any arrests.

  4-year-old honored during UofL football halftime show

Allen Norton, 4, got to be an honorary conductor for the Cards marching band.

  Community cleanup held in Clifton neighborhood

District 9 Councilman Bill Hollander asked community members in the Clifton neighborhood to help pick up the trash they've passed on their streets.

  Suspect arrested one week after homicide

One week after a Louisville man was found dead inside his home in Louisville's Klondike neighborhood, an arrest is made in the case.

  Coach disarms school gunman with hug

The encounter from May takes place on a security video released Friday by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office.

  Tornado spawned by Nestor causes damage in Florida

Tornado touches down in central Florida as the center of Tropical Storm Nestor moves across portions of the state.

  Amanda Needy acquitted in death of her child’s father

Accused of coercing a friend to kill the father of her child, Amanda Needy was found not guilty in the case Friday night.

  Story Avenue Park renovations revealed as Butchertown celebrates growth

Neighborhood leaders on Friday night planned a ribbon-cutting ceremony to announce renovations at Story Avenue Park. ​

  Southern Indiana women inspire other women to join male-dominated fields

In New Albany, there’s one school that puts careers ahead of most of others in southern Indiana.

  Shortage of vital drug used to treat childhood cancer sparks outrage

Drugmaker Teva decided to drop production of a critical chemotherapy drug, calling it a "business decision."

  Violins of Hope tell the stories of musicians who played during the Holocaust

The exhibit tells the story of musicians who softly played in the dark barracks of death camps or in the concentration camp orchestras during World War II.

  WAVE 3 News Friday evening, Oct. 18, 2019

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

  Iroquois High asks for SROs following Thursday brawl

Iroquois High School saw a big fight among six students yesterday and the principal had to step in to stop it.

  Crossbows becoming more popular weapon

You don't even have to be strong or experienced to wield a crossbow effectively.

SPORTS VIDEO

  Astros fans celebrate team going to World Series

Fans sing, "Jose, Jose, Jose, Jose," at the conclusion of the Astros - Yankees series.

  Inside the Cards, Oct. 12 2019

Watch UofL Football Head Coach Scott Satterfield and WAVE 3 News Sports Director Kent Taylor talk the latest football highlights and updates.

  John Calipari One-on-one - Part 1

WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor sat down with the Cats coach John Calipari to discuss some things outside of basketball.

  John Calipari One-on-one - Part 2

WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor sat down with the Cats coach John Calipari to discuss some things outside of basketball.

  Sports Talk with Kent and Kendrick: Oct. 16, 2019

Join Kent Taylor and Kendrick Haskins for "Sports Talk" each Wednesday after WAVE 3 News at 6.

  RAW: Washington Nationals fans celebrate win

National fans are filled with joy following a victory that will take the team to the World Series.

EDITORIAL VIDEO

  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.

  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.