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  After 171 years, St Joe's prepares for its first-ever virtual picnic

St. Joe’s Picnic For the Kids will be going virtual this weekend because of COVID-19.

  Oldham County Fair scheduled for next week

Higher-ups are concerned about the spread of COVID-19.

  Masks and other changes await crowds at 2020 Street Rod Nationals

After a record year in 2019 with 12,000 cars, the Street Rod Nationals is now expecting half of the thousands who normally attend.

  Community coming together to Feed the West

Change Today, Change Tomorrow launched “Feed The West” to combat food deserts and food insecurity in West Louisville.

  Helped by his kids and a neighbor, local architect designs a-maze-ing landscapes

The group began mowing designs in the tall grass at area schools. WAVE 3 photojournalist Steven Richard shows how they turned overgrowth into activity.

  Amid protests, activists call for change in neighborhoods to end gun violence

Community activists say it’s more important now than ever to be here to feeding the mind, spirit and body to stop the violence.

  The Lord’s Kitchen non-profit group seeking donations after fire damages property

The Lord's Kitchen is asking for donations so they can continue their mission: paying it forward.

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  Three more community pools to reopen in Louisville

Louisville Metro Parks will open the Fairdale, Algonquin and Sun Valley pools this week.

  Food safety tips for your 4th of July cookout

If you plan to social distance and grill out this 4th of July weekend, here are some tips to keep your food safe and stomach full.

  Officials stress fireworks safety to prevent fatalities

Usually, the July 4th weekend sees cities across WAVE Country holding firework shows, but many have been canceled this year due to COVID-19.

  Experts fear spike in injuries since canceled fireworks shows are leading to increased sales

A majority of the area’s July 4th fireworks shows have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Community activist says Louisville leaders need to address homelessness, mental health

The founder of a local outreach group told WAVE 3 News Louisville needs to do a better job helping the homeless in the city.

  Random Acts of Kindness group helps feed Louisville

Random Acts of Kindness needs 2,000 snack kits by Saturday to be distributed to day campers.

  Louisville police reform, race relations discussed at church meeting with city leaders

"Let's start now," Reverend Charles Elliott Jr. told Friday's group of city leaders, pastors and police officers. "Don't put no band-aid on it. Let's start now.

  NIMBUS founder discusses protests, business

  Volunteers to start restoring Greenwood Cemetery this weekend

Supporters of Greenwood Cemetery say the Chickasaw Neighborhood landmark continues to suffer from neglect after years of mismanagement.

  KSU, Simmons College create plan to address racial inequity

Monday was a historic day for the commonwealth's two historic black colleges and universities.

  Chefs work to keep legacy of giving going with McAtee Community Kitchen

The McAtee Community Kitchen opens Monday with a mission to keep McAtee’s memory alive by doing what he did most of his life — feeding people.

  Pandemic doesn’t stop Family Scholar House from helping those in need

When the COVID-19 outbreak shut down in-person services, non-profit organizations like Family Scholar House had to find a new way to reach families.

  How donating your old shoes can help the world

It's World Environment Day and WaterStep is reminding everyone the importance of a pair of sneakers.

  Community donates supplies to Metro United Way for peaceful protests

On Thursday, several community members responded to a Facebook event calling for supply donations at Metro United Way.

  Peaceful protests continue for 7th day in downtown Louisville

Leaders of higher education, from UofL, Spalding, Sullivan and Bellarmine Universities, also showed up to support.

  Black business owners in Louisville consider role in peaceful progress

"When you see that unity, it just makes you realize there are good people in the world and it is going to get better,” the co-owner of the Black Italian said.

  Dino’s manager says store needs to do more to stop violence in Louisville

The manager of Dino's Food Mart talked to WAVE 3 News about crime in the neighborhood and how he can help stop it.

  Young African American leaders consider how to move Louisville forward

On Tuesday, as Louisville entered day six of protests, young, African American leaders talked about concrete ways to move the city forward.

  Community members show support of peaceful protesters by cleaning up downtown Louisville

Jefferson Square Park has been the spot where several protests have taken place.

  Community distraught over looting of Kroger in West Louisville food desert

Men and women with devotion to the West Louisville community showed up Tuesday morning to help clean up their local grocery store.

  Mosques around WAVE Country begin to open

Churches and houses of worship have opened or are opening across the area. That includes mosques, which are Muslim places of worship.

  YMCA opens its doors in Southern Indiana

Changes are being implemented at YMCA facilities to protect staff and visitors.

  11-year-old entrepreneur raises funds for the community serving ice cream

Calli Halaris started making the sweet treat after getting her hands on an ice cream maker; then one sale led to another.

  Volunteers stake flags on veterans’ headstones memorializing those laid to rest

Volunteers took time out of their day to memorialize those who fought for our freedom, putting flags at headstones to recognize all the veterans laid to rest at

  102-year-old local veteran celebrates birthday with drive-by parade

A Louisville veteran celebrated his 102nd birthday Friday with dozens of cars driving up and wishing him a happy birthday.

  Veterans urge people to seek alternatives after cancelations of public Memorial Day ceremonies

Veterans urge people to seek alternatives after cancelations of public Memorial Day ceremonies.

  Grant helps Norton Children’s Medical Associates assist more food-insecure families

Norton Children's Medical Associates is stepping in the gap to help feed families through a prescriptive food pantry.