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  Vandals toss paint on Confederate statue at Bardstown Cemetery

The vandalism of a Confederate statue is similar to several incidents in Louisville in recent years.

  Friends, neighbors describe couple whose house exploded

Wayne Woods said he's still in shock after losing his friend Bill Phillips in Sunday's explosion.

  Funnel clouds form near Crescent, OKla.

Severe weather and possible tornadoes forecast in and around Oklahoma City.

  Ultraprocessed foods add 500 calories daily

Less-expensive, easier-to-prepare ultraprocessed foods can make you fat, a new study says.

  Monday morning, May 20, 2019

  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.

  Neighbors describe sights, sounds of Jeffersonville explosion

Those living in the area near where a deadly explosion took place early Sunday morning shared their accounts of what they saw and heard.

  Sunday's incident similar to 2017 explosion in New Albany

The deadly explosion in Jeffersonsville on Sunday reminded some Hoosiers of a similar incident in New Albany just two years ago.

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  Red Cross, other groups step in to help following house explosion

Several organizations were quick to offer their assistance following Sunday's deadly explosion in Jeffersonville.

  Officials rule out meth lab, consider natural gas as cause of explosion

Investigators said Sunday that a deadly home explosion in Jeffersonville was believed to be caused by natural gas.

  2-year-old found in pond dies in hospital

2-year-old found in pond dies in hospital

  Air 3: Home explosion in Jeffersonville

Officials are still investigating the cause of the home explosion.

  Louisville Zoo asks for more funding as it celebrates 50 years

The zoo is just trying to settle this year’s budget, asking for $5.2 million

  Maximum Security owners issue multi-million dollar challenge

A release from the West family challenges specific horses to a match race within a race.

  WAVE 3 News: Friday night, May 17, 2019

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

  Robert Goforth claims social media polls put him ahead on Bevin

Laurel County pharmacist and farmer Robert Goforth raised some eyebrows by saying he's ahead of Governor Bevin in the polls.

  JCPS: Bus driver didn't intentionally drive away from student

The video from the driver's perspective shows the student wasn't at the designated stop in time.

  Ellis Park getting a facelift

Ellis Park getting a facelift

  Gov. Bevin encourages JCTC graduates to continue manufacturing careers in Kentucky

The JCTC graduates took part in "Go Pro Signing Day," where they signed to work for manufacturing companies in the state.

  WAVE 3 News: Friday evening, May 17, 2019

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

  Neighborhood gawks at bear in tree

Arlington. Mass., bear relocated after being tranquilized, climbing down a tree.

  Woman held at gunpoint in driveway of her Highlands home

A group of teenagers threatened a woman in her driveway on Rutherford Avenue.

  Two people injured in Beecher Street house fire

Neighbors described what happened at the home along the 1000 block of Beecher Street as horrific.

  Friday morning, May 17, 2019

  Louisville Zoo asks city for increased funding during budget shortfall

Mayor Greg Fischer proposed the zoo enter into a public-private partnership to help manage or operate the zoo.

  Letters with 'voting report card' mailed to Kentuckians from Washington, D.C. group

With just days to go before Kentucky voters head to the polls, some have received letters detailing their recent voting record.

  Mother claims son's school bus driver taunts him, leaves him at stop

Tamra Childers has documented the six-week long struggle between the Jefferson County Public Schools bus driver and her son.

  JCPS bus driver appears to taunt student before driving off

Tamra Childers says her 15-year-old son is being harassed and tormented by his school bus driver for weeks.

  Student helps rebirth Simmons College music program

Alexander Griggs is the first student to graduate from Simmons with a music degree in 100 years.

  Three members of the 'Heyburn 9' appear before a judge

Members of the movement were protesting ICE practices and standing in solidarity with those facing criminal charges.

  Man accused of posing as wrestler online to solicit children

Officers urge parents to check their children’s Facebook messages because they are looking into the possibility of other victims.

  WAVE 3 News: Thursday evening, May 16, 2019

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

  'Heyburn 9' resumes ICE protests in downtown Louisville

Around twenty people stood on the stairs of the Hall of Justice - as three of their own face criminal charges.

  Woman scoops up 4-year-old boy at CA McDonald's

A McDonald’s security video shows a woman casually scooping up a 4-year-old boy and calmly walking out of the restaurant with him.