RECENT VIDEO

  Teenager hears mom’s voice with donated hearing aid

Most 18-year-old’s want a party for their birthday. One Louisville teenager just wanted to hear her family’s voices.

  Kentucky officials monitoring for signs of voter intimidation

Election officials across the Bluegrass say so far they have seen no signs of trouble and voters continue to stream into the polls for early voting.

  Protesters march the streets of Louisville calling attention to police brutality

There have been nearly 150 straight days of protests in the City of Louisville.

  Ordinance limiting LMPD use of force policies passed by Metro Council

The ordinance passed 15-10. All seven Republicans were joined by three Democrats in voting no.

  Reset Louisville to start building new homes in West End by end of 2020

Between 30 and 40 people have started working with Reset Louisville to learn about homeownership and see if they would qualify to be a first-time buyer.

  Thursday night, October 22, 2020

  Kentucky state treasurer applauded and criticized for executive order report

Allison Ball said Beshear’s use of the KSP and health departments to stop some churches from holding services during the pandemic was unconstitutional.

  Eviction assistance programs in Louisville stripped of income requirements

Applicants must be residents of Jefferson County and prove their need for financial assistance, like a copy of an eviction or a past due notice.

  Why you should wait to get tested for coronavirus

Hospitals expect an influx in patients during the winter months because of flu season. But there’s an uncertainty heading into the end of 2020.

  JCPS breaks ground for new South Louisville area school

The yet-to-be-named school will be at the current location of Wilkerson Elementary in Valley Station.

  Meet the candidates for Jefferson County School Board District 7

WAVE 3 News reached out to both candidates to ask them about important topics impacting JCPS, including the JCPS property tax increase.

  Thursday evening, October 22, 2020

  Closing and Cashing In

  Thursday morning, October 22, 2020

  $10,000 reward offered for information on 2012 murder of Bryan Lewis

“There’s days I just want to give up and there’s other days, like, if I don’t fight, who is going to fight for him besides his family?” his mother questioned.

  Tuesday night, October 20, 2020

  JCPS lays out updated back to school plan, still uncertain when in-person classes will resume

Many parents want to see kids back in classrooms in person as soon as possible.

  Community activists call on Metro Council to pass police use of force ordinance

LMPD Interim Chief Yvette Gentry testified that the ordinance would take away flexibility that is needed with ever-changing policy.

SPORTS VIDEO

  JCPS sports in jeopardy as COVID-19 cases rise in Jefferson County

JCPS Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio announced school sports could be at risk of suspension as Jefferson County enters the “red zone” for COVID-19 cases.

  GameOn 2020 High school football Week 6 recap

Catch GameOn Saturday nights on WAVE 3 News for scores and highlights from all the top high school football action.

  TDFN Week 5 Part 1

Part one of three Touch Down Friday Night segments.

  TDFN Week 5 Part 2

Part two of three Touch Down Friday Night segments.

  TDFN Week 5 Part 3

Part three of three Touch Down Friday Night segments.

  WAVE 3 Sports UofL/Notre Dame post-game special

WAVE 3 Sports UofL/Notre Dame post-game special

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.