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  Injuries from cosmetics send more than 4,000 children to emergency room each year

Every year, injuries from cosmetics send 4,300 children to the ER.

  Monday morning, June 17, 2019

  Father missing after vehicle swept away in flood water

The search for a father who went missing when his car was swept away in flood waters has been suspended until daylight.

  Hotel Louisville shooting caught on camera

The shooting between Kentucky State Police and a suspect at Hotel Louisville was caught on security camera at Wayside Christian Mission.

  Miracle League holds opening day

Saturday was opening day for the Miracle League of Louisville

  Questions remain after Louisville Triple Crown of Running calls it quits

After 35 years the Louisville Triple Crown of Running has called it quits.

  Liege & Dairy releases signature ice cream flavor with Bblasian

Louisville ice cream shop Liege & Dairy created a signature flavor with hip-hop artist Bblasian.

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  Kentuckiana Pride Parade launches weekend festival

Organizers said their goal is to provide a forum for creative expression and education related to the LGBTQ community.

  Man accused of nearly running over trooper faces a judge

WAVE 3 News learned this wasn’t the first time Thomas Trummer has faced charges of fleeing from the law.

  New Louisville Metro Department of Corrections director named

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced Dwayne Clark would fill the position left vacant.

  Sneak Peek: Northeast Regional Library preparing for June 24 opening

The glass enclosed eco-friendly and energy efficient structure will house 120,000 books, along with computers, music and DVDs, and more.

  Homes damaged in Jeffersonville explosion to be evaluated on a case by case basis

Neighbors planning to stay in the area are starting to look at how to repair their homes.

  Montgomery Apartments to set provide affordable housing in Portland

The 2500 block of Montgomery Street will grow to include nine two-bedroom apartments and 15 three-bedroom apartments.

  Senator Rand Paul raises questions about Iran crisis

Paul said he is skeptical about the state department's quick assessment that Iran was behind attacks on two tankers

  Restaurant gets rare blue lobster in shipment

After a restaurant owner got a rare blue lobster in a food shipment, he decided to donate it to an aquarium instead of cooking it.

  Kentucky Humane Society introduces program to prepare dogs for adoption

Date with a Dog matches a shelter pup with a person to help them grow comfortable outside the Humane Society.

  Man sentenced to more than a century and a half in prison for double murder

Man sentenced to more than a century and a half in prison for double murder

  Stray turned K-9 officer gets new ‘leash on life’

Karma, a dog that was abandoned and left for dead, is now officially a K-9 with the Denver Sheriff Department.

  Friday morning, June 14, 2019

  Kentucky couple moves into tiny house to cut debt, travel

Over the past year, the Wheatleys teamed up with Casey Clark at Clarkmanship to build a tiny home on wheels.

  Louisville company monitoring tanker attack, shipping routes in Middle East

Genscape provides data and intelligence for commodity and energy markets.

  KSP: Suspect tried to run over trooper before shooting in downtown Louisville

KSP told WAVE 3 News police had been looking for Thomas Trummer, 26, of Irvington, since he assaulted a trooper on June 11.

  St. Jude Dream Home winner announced

  Murder investigation led to child porn arrest

Incriminating videos and text messages were found on the murder suspect's phone.

  UofL failed in its attempt to purchase Jewish Hospital from KentuckyOne

UofL's president said there are no immediate plans to close Jewish Hospital.

  Councilwomen launch effort to raise money to open 2 Louisville pools

Children living in four Louisville communities learned they wouldn’t have a pool this summer, with the city choosing to not open them because of the budget.

  Beecher Terrace project aims to unite West Louisville and downtown

The contract requires 33 percent of new construction workers must be residents of the Beecher Terrace neighborhood.

  Antonio McRae awaiting murder sentence

McRae had been facing three charges: murder, murder while committing robbery and robbery.

  Denver Zoo's same sex flamingo couple

The Denver Zoo has a same-sex pair of flamingos in the flock.

  WAVE Country kid gifted trip to NYC to meet Broadway star

Just like Tony winner Ali Stroker, Henry Hinton uses a wheelchair to get around.

  Cloud of dust from Sahara Desert floods over Atlantic

The dry, dusty air mass forms over the Sahara Desert during late spring, summer and early fall and is known as the Saharan Air Layer.