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  Trump won't weigh in on QAnon

Trump refuses to answer question about QAnon while backing candidate who promotes its baseless theories.

  Singer, songwriter Niko Moon chats about breakout hit song

Country artist Niko Moon talked about his music and the state of the music industry during the pandemic.

  Flood waters cause problems for drivers Friday in Louisville

Louisville drivers dealt with heavy rain across the city Friday morning.

  Residents pleading for help at Marion Senior Residences

The senior care facility has had no air conditioning, cold water and very little if any food since Monday.

  Friday morning, August 14, 2020

  State initiates COVID-19 testing transportation for disabled Kentuckians

The service will be wheelchair accessible and can be scheduled through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s non-emergency medical transportation providers.

  WAVE 3 News Thursday night, August 13, 2020

WAVE 3 News Thursday night, August 13, 2020

  Huge blaze at StemWood lumber mill in New Albany under investigation

The former mill on Grant Line Road is located near a Walmart.

  2 children, 2 adults injured in Meade Co. home explosion

The explosion took place in the 900 block of Old Ekron Road just before noon.

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  Plans moving forward to create an oasis in Louisville food desert

A woman is working to bring an end to Louisville's biggest food desert.

  Downtown businesses still boarded up as city awaits AG’s Breonna Taylor decision

August 13 marked five months since Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by LMPD. Some businesses downtown have been boarded up since protests in her name began.

  Breonna Taylor: Family looks ahead to what’s next 5 months after her death

Thursday marked five months since Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by LMPD officers in her Louisville apartment.

  WAVE 3 News Thursday evening, August 13, 2020

  Breonna Taylor’s mother says Mayor Greg Fischer is hiding the truth

Breonna Taylor’s mother called out Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer after he filed a lawsuit preventing public testimony about the city’s civil unrest.

  Interview with Mayor Greg Fischer - WAVE 3 News at 5 p.m.

Mayor Greg Fischer addressed unrest in the city, Louisville's latest murder and the upcoming election.

  WAVE 3 News Friday evening, August 14, 2020

  Valley Station neighbors say they ‘dodged a bullet’ after close call with flash flooding

Streets like Conder Avenue looked more like a lake than a roadway thanks to heavy downpours and flash flooding early Friday morning.

  Some concerned lack of USPS relief funds could hurt neighbors, election

A string of financial hits and COVID-19 are the reasons behind delays across the country.

  Police officer in serious condition after Friday crash with semi-truck

One officer, 45-year-old Michael Weiler, who is a 5-year veteran of the Crothersville Police Department, was hit while in his squad car.

  Black Lives Matter holds midnight rally at Fischer’s home, stage other 'direct actions' overnight

BLM Louisville also hung a sign at the Paddock Shops that reads “White silence is violence.”

  Breonna Taylor’s death has prompted police reform, but family says there’s still work left to be done

Five months after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by LMPD officers serving a warrant, those who knew her best continue to push for police reform.

  JCPS teachers prepare more engaging coursework ahead of NTI 2.0

Students have less than two weeks before they begin Non-Traditional Learning 2.0, but the district's teachers have already started working.

  Tougher penalties, federal task force to address Jefferson County carjackings

A sharp increase in carjackings in Jefferson County has led to a new federal task force aimed at putting an end to the problem.

  Until Freedom plans ‘major action’ in Louisville, won’t comply with police restrictions on demonstrations

Until Freedom's co-founder suggested LMPD’s recent efforts are intended to intimidate protesters before the Kentucky Derby.

  Andrea Knabel’s family holding onto hope one year after her disappearance

On the one-year anniversary, of her disappearance, Andrea Knabel's family still holds onto hope that she will be found.

  Biden calls for mask mandate

Joe Biden says masks should be mandatory in every state for at least the next three months.

  Attorneys for Breonna Taylor's family on meetings with mayor, attorney general

Attorneys for Breonna Taylor's family spoke about updates in the investigation, details on their meeting with the attorney general and the mayor.

  Texas family kicked off Southwest flight over kid's mask

A 3-year-old boy with autism wouldn't wear a face mask on the plane, so Southwest had to ask him and his family to get off.

  Volunteers help clean up storm damage in Iowa

  Watch this firenado in Southern California

Video of a firenado in a brush fire in the Lake Hughes area of the Angeles National Forest.

  FBI following more leads in Crystal Rogers investigation one week after taking over case

The FBI launched a website to allow people to send in tips, which can be submitted anonymously, about the Crystal Rogers Case.

  WAVE 3 News Wednesday night, August 12, 2020

  Beshear defends recommendation to delay in-person classes as some Kentucky schools defy him

Wednesday, Beshear dispelled “false equivalencies” between students gathering at schools and fans gathering at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby.

  WAVE 3 News Wednesday evening, August 12, 2020

  Churchill Downs’ neighbors nervous Derby restrictions will impact their yearly parking revenue

Neighbors are concerned the money they make through neighborhood parking will not amount to what they're used to.