RECENT VIDEO

  UofL breaks ground on new ‘Denny Crum Hall’ dormitories

The University of Louisville broke ground Tuesday on a new residence hall named after two-time National Championship Coach Denny Crum.

  JCPS works to fill critical staff shortages before students return to classroom

As the clock ticks closer to March 17 when the first group of Jefferson County Public Schools students will return to in-person learning, the district is racing

  Witnesses to deadly crash detained suspect trying to flee from scene

The man who police said tried to run after he was involved in a crash that killed a 17-year-old has made his initial court appearance.

  Hundreds gather for candlelight vigil, remembering Butler High School student

The South Louisville community is hurting after a crash on Dixie Highway killed a Butler High School student.

  LMPD chief explains miscommunication behind homeless encampment’s removal

On one of the coldest days of the year, a mix up led to people’s belongings being tossed and thrown away from a homeless encampment on Hancock Street on Feb. 19

  Breonna’s Law supporters call for statewide no-knock warrant ban in caravan to Frankfort

The caravan of more than 60 people in dozens of cars gathered Tuesday afternoon at Jefferson Square Park then drove to the Kentucky State Capitol.

  The Bail Project once paid $5,000 bond for suspect in wrong-way crash that killed high school cheerleader

An organization familiar to WAVE 3 News viewers once posted a $5,000 bond for the man accused of crashing into and killing a high school cheerleader.

  Tuesday evening, March 2, 2021

  Woman organizes candlelight vigil for Butler High student killed in crash

Madelynn Troutt, 17, was killed in a car crash on Dixie Highway Monday night.

  People in Indiana 55 and older, high-risk patients eligible to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine

The state also announced people at highest risk of severe illness from COVID-19 are eligible for the vaccine.

  Community leaders, family of Louisville father, daughter killed in shooting fight for change

Community leaders met in Shawnee Park Tuesday, vowing to take action alongside the family of Larry, 33, and Larea Hall, 9.

  Several highly contagious COVID variants detected in Jefferson County

For the first time since October, Louisville out of the “Red Zone” for COVID-19 cases, but health officials said it’s still important to remain vigilant as thre

  Gov. Beshear: Increasing capacity guidance, vaccine supply in Kentucky

Beshear announced capacity restrictions to certain businesses and public areas would also be updated starting Friday, March 5.

  Monday night, March 1, 2021

  Family remembers TARC driver, gun violence advocate killed 10 years after son

Family and friends are remembering both Jarboe and her son after she was shot and killed last summer.

  Teens help more than 800 people sign up for vaccinations in Kentucky

Jacqueline Teague, 16, and Amele Beck, 14, help people on a regular basis through their program ‘Vaxconnectky.’

  Tuesday morning, March 2, 2021

SPORTS VIDEO

  The Scotty Davenport Show, Feb. 28 2021

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

  Catching Up with Starlight Racing

Starlight Racing has won two of the last three Kentucky Derby races.

  Inside the Cards, Feb. 27 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.

  Tiger Woods' crash involved several rollovers

  Tiger Woods accident dispatch audio

Dispatch audio from the Los Angeles County Fire Department to the Tiger Woods accident.

  The Scotty Davenport Show, Feb. 21 2021

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

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.