Firm hired to perform comprehensive review of LMPD

Mayor Greg Fischer called for the review in June, following public outcry and the ongoing protests demanding justice for the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.

  ‘Live streamers’ feel targeted by LMPD after several arrests

“We’re out here to be the eyes for the people,” Johns Demain explained to WAVE 3 News on Thursday.

  Video shows caravan of protesters driving against traffic in St. Matthews

At its peak, the caravan had 200 vehicles, according to LMPD.

  Protesters who subdued shooter reveal gunman’s last words before he opened fire

Before the shooting that killed 27-year-old photographer Tyler Gerth, some who were in Jefferson Square Park said Lopez was asked to leave the area earlier.

  Fourth Street business still recovering after late-May riots caused $100,000 in damage

A Fourth Street business is still boarded up, 33 days after looters trashed the store and stole about $100,000 worth of merchandise.

  Protesters, LMPD offer conflicting accounts of SWAT truck incident downtown

LMPD says a protester crashed into a SWAT truck, but many protesters say it's the opposite way around.

  Reminder: COVID-19 isn’t taking a day off on July 4

If alcohol is served at an event, watch out for anyone getting too close and comfortable who may forget to social distance themselves.

  Jecorey Arthur, Cassie Chambers Armstrong detail plans for first terms on Louisville Metro Council

Jecorey Arthur and Cassie Chambers Armstrong won the District 4 and 8 seats Tuesday afternoon.

  Protest caravan leads to 20 arrests

A caravan protesting the death of Breonna Taylor ended with multiple police vehicles damaged and 20 arrests made.

  Wheelchair accessible van stolen from Louisville apartment parking garage

A college student who uses a wheelchair accessible van is offering a $1,000 reward for its safe return after she said it was stolen Monday night.

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  Wheelchair accessible van stolen from Louisville apartment parking garage

A college student who uses a wheelchair accessible van is offering a $1,000 reward for its safe return after she said it was stolen Monday night.

  Tyler Gerth’s sisters remember their brother as ‘a glue to our family’

Gerth was shot and killed at Jefferson Square Park on Saturday.

  Family of Jefferson Square murder suspect says his mental illness crushed two families

Steven Lopez's grandfather said he started staying at Jefferson Square Park with other protestors for at least a week before police say he shot Tyler Gerth.

  ‘He was like my actual brother’: Teen explains how Tyler Gerth changed his life

Gerth was part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and started mentoring a 13-year-old named Timothy Cherry last August.

  Sadiqa Reynolds offers suggestions on how to ease burden on officers

The first woman president and CEO of the Louisville Urban League said the community’s officers and residents can’t be acting as judge and jury on the streets.

  Kayakers safe after being reported missing in The Parklands of Floyds Fork

Reports came in that a kayaker was missing near Turkey Run Park around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to MetroSafe.

  Metro Council members propose investigation into Mayor Fischer as numerous petitions call for his removal

The investigation would be presented through the Government Accountability Committee, which was recently granted subpoena power.

  JCPS resumes practice for fall sports with safety precautions

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has given its blessing so team practices from football to basketball and soccer to cheer could begin again.

  Metro Council members propose investigation into Mayor Fischer

The investigation would be presented through the Government Accountability Committee, which was recently granted subpoena power.

  Mayor Fischer to take reimbursement claims from park protesters on ‘good faith’

From a logistics standpoint, Louisville Metro Councilman James Peden says Fischer’s reimbursement announcement has ruffled some feathers.

  Kentucky Kingdom opens following delayed start to the season

For months, the park had been held back by statewide COVID-19 restrictions that prevented them from opening.

  Tyler Gerth: Photographer remembered for documenting, supporting protest movement

The local photographer shot dead Saturday is being remembered as someone who did more for the recent movement than just capture it on his camera.

  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.

  WATCH NOW: Mayor Greg Fischer gives briefing on Jefferson Square Park shooting

Mayor Greg Fischer, LMPD Interim Chief Robert Schroeder, and LMPD Chief of Public Services Amy Hess gives briefing on Jefferson Square Park shooting.

  GRAPHIC: Police searching for two suspects involved in assault at Highlands bar

An assault at a Highlands bar Friday night has Louisville Metro Police searching for two suspects involved.

  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.

  Bars allowed to reopen in Kentucky on Monday

Owners said they hope allowing customers to return for a drink at the bar will bring a needed boost to the bottom line.

  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.

  Kentucky boutiques, milliners thrilled by Derby announcement

Many boutiques are now adding masks for women and men.

  Misinformation about Louisville protests causing concern

A group of people claims they will be armed Saturday, hoping to destroy tests and push protesters out of Jefferson Square Park.

  Derby-related business relieved by Churchill Downs announcement, still looking for some answers

Among what's still unknown is how many people will be allowed to attend.

  Louisville Metro Council plans to rehabilitate homes to fill neighborhoods

Homes that are abandoned and vacant creates a domino effect in a neighborhood.

  Searching for public records, Shelby Gazaway’s family files lawsuit against LMPD

The family of a man who was shot and killed by Louisville Metro police officers has filed a lawsuit against the department.

  Metro Council budget passed, focuses on disadvantaged neighborhoods and police reform

The Louisville Metro Council approved the budget for the upcoming fiscal year with a 24-1 vote.

  Pollio: JCPS back-to-school guidance will come in July

JCPS Superintendent Marty Pollio confirmed that face masks would be mandatory in the fall for students, but non-compliance won't result in punishment.

  Louisville City FC honors late founder with ‘Estopinal End’

The “Estopinal End” is the newest addition to Lynn Family Stadium.

  Drug testing for LMPD officers following a fatal shooting not required

Months after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed, it is still not publicly known if any of the three officers involved were asked to take a drug test.