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  Bullitt East honored for inclusion

BEHS unveiled the banner that will be going up in honor of their Unified Sports program, which allows students of all abilities to play with each other.

  New program at New Albany nursing home helps patients with dementia

The 'Live A Dream' program at a New Albany nursing home facility is giving its residents the chance to go back and re-live one day from their life.

  Louisville Metro Animal Services officially open new animal shelter

The new shelter on Newburg Road can house more than 150 animals.

  Local volunteer group passes out coats and essentials to homeless camps

A group of volunteers gathered on Friday to pass out coats and other essentials to people living in the city’s homeless camps.

  Taking part in the 'Race for the Cure' isn't always about winning

At the Race for the Cure, it's not always about finishing first, but finishing the race in the first place.

  Officers attend 9-year-old's birthday party

Several Louisville Metro Police Department officers took a break from fighting crime Friday afternoon to visit a 9-year-old’s birthday party.

  Family hosts yard sale to raise funds for adoption campaign

A Louisville couple is hosting a yard sale, not to gain a little pocket cash, but to raise money for their ongoing adoption.

  Soldier reunited with fur baby after overseas deployment

Alyssa Selg adopted Tyson from Last Chance Rescue back in 2015, but when her country called her to Korea, she couldn't take Tyson along.

  Backstreet Boys meet Down Syndrome of Louisville lip sync group

The KFC Yum Center was packed tonight for the Backstreet Boys concert, but it was an unforgettable night for one group of local superfans.

  Give for Good Louisville starts Thursday

The biggest day of local giving returns on Thursday when the Community Foundation of Louisville’s Give For Good Louisville takes over the community.

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  Newburg Middle School learn just how much Words Matter

Newburg Middle School worked on its culture and climate with “Words Matter.”

  Press conference turns into fundraiser for multi-million dollar West Louisville sports complex

People donate to help be a part of change with new sports complex at 30th and Muhammad Ali

  Longtime runner hits 100,000-mile milestone

How far is forever? Believe it or not, this story about a very dedicated local runner can answer that.

  Teen uses CPR to save life of woman eating at McDonalds

Over the summer break, a WAVE Country teen did something amazing. She saved someone’s life.

  Louisville support dog provides comfort to mass shooting victims

Mercy and her handler from Lutheran Church Charities arrived in Dayton soon after the mass shooting that left nine dead and several others injured.

  Mercy the comfort dog returns from mission trip to Ohio

A comfort dog from Louisville just returned from Dayton, Ohio, where she did exactly that just days after a mass shooting left a community grieving.

  Local barbers holding back to school supplies giveaway, haircuts

The free giveaway takes place at 2600 W. Broadway on August 4 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free food, snacks, supplies and haircuts will be given out.

  Partial roof collapse leaves family wondering how to pay for chemo treatment

The Sandman family own Nail Therapy. Now that it's temporarily closed due to a roof collapse, they're having trouble paying for chemo for their neice.

  Positively WAVE: Westport Orchestra's Rock N' Warhawks release new video

The Westport Orchestra is most known for its innovative "Rock N' Warhawks" Electric Orchestra program, and its newest video is straight fire!

  Positively WAVE: Little girl sings national anthem at Lexington hospital

Grace Anna Rodgers sings the national anthem before a remote control car race at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Lexington on Wednesday. (Source: WKYT)

  Miracle League holds opening day

Saturday was opening day for the Miracle League of Louisville

  Positively WAVE: Following 60-year wait, Louisville woman meets her father

A Louisville woman had waited more than 60 years to meet her father before she finally did last month.

  Pass The Cash: WAVE Country woman with double lung transport needs new vehicle

Tracy is in need of a new vehicle to get her to and from appointments, after undergoing a double lung transplant last month.

  Positively WAVE: A little slice of Heaven can be inspiration

Heaven Westmorland, a 9-year-old girl suddenly battling cancer, hopes to inspire and encourage other children battling chemotheraphy with her positive attitude.

  Pass the Cash: Walmart employee receives help for car, housing issues

A total of $500 was presented to Ms. Kathy as she was working at Walmart. That’s where she detailed her car issues.

  Local students write, produce their own Black History Month tribute video

These kids are talented! Check out what some area kids did to pay tribute to Black History Month. It's a very cool video!

  DNA kit connects Louisville woman with long-lost father after 62 years

A Louisville woman has been searching her whole life for someone. And after more than 60 years later, with the help of a genetic testing kit and perseverance, c

  Louisville man creates artwork on boards covering Kizito windows

A homeless veteran passed it forward by drawing on the boarded up windows of Kizito Cookies, letting people know the business was still open.

  Winner of Master P's 'I Got The Hook-Up 2' contest announced

Master P teamed up with Derby City Weekend to choose someone from Louisville to attend the Hollywood premiere of 'I Got The Hook-Up 2.'

  High school freshman schooled in Indiana, 'Schooled' in Hollywood

Inside Charlestown High School, Dallas Edwards is just a normal teenager. Just weeks earlier, however, he had traded his classroom here for one on television in

  Shannon Cogan & Kevin Harned get custom made blazers by Jimbo Simmons

WAVE 3 News at Three anchors Shannon Cogan and Kevin Harned got their very own unique blazer by Jimbo Simmons.

  Almost $500,000 up for grabs in charity raffle jackpot

The jackpot in a charity Queen Of Hearts game is closing in on the half-million-dollar mark.

  Cancer patient, former Pass the Cash recipient greets son in emotional welcome home

It was an emotional homecoming on Wednesday morning, as a mother and son embraced for the first time in six months.

  BAFOL's "Give a Child A Smile" Christmas party searching for toy donations

The holiday party will be at the Chestnut Street YMCA Ballroom on Dec. 15 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

  Pass the Cash: Best friends think of each other for Pass the Cash

Joel and Dennis have known each other since they were 12.They now work together in construction, but work has been sparse lately.

  After nearly half a year in hospital, child goes home with new heart

Clay was born with a condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome: it’s a birth defect that affects normal blood flow through his heart.