Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg campaigns in Louisville

Buttigieg visited Play nightclub on Tuesday to talk about his campaign plans.

  Brian Shlonsky chats with Greta Van Susteren

Brian Shlonsky talks "Full Court Press" with Greta Van Susterern.

  KDA wants bourbon included in bill that allows wine to be shipped to your door

Right now, Senate Bill 99 would allow for each person to receive up to 24 cases of wine from a seller annually. Bourbon is excluded.

  Jefferson County changes marijuana prosecution policy

The Jefferson County Attorney announced his office will no longer prosecute possession cases, involving less than an ounce.

  Indiana bettors react to legalized sports gambling

Action enthusiasts are counting down the days until sports betting is legal in Indiana.

  Beshear announces more of his ‘Kitchen Table Agenda’ in Henderson

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  Bernie Sanders targets McConnell during Louisville rally

The rally was held outside the Muhammad Ali Center in downtown Louisville.

  Trump endorses Bevin, signs executive order during Louisville visit

President Trump spoke at an AMVETS event and attended a Bevin campaign event behind closed doors.

  Downtown Louisville preps for President Trump's visit

Signs are up restricting parking tomorrow, but a lot of people say they just plan on avoiding the area all together.

  Traffic delays planned ahead of President Trump's Louisville arrival Wednesday

Drivers should prepare for long delays between the airport and downtown Louisville during President Trump's visit.

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  Secret Service prepares for President Trump visit to Louisville

Crews busy with setting up equipment at the Galt House for President Trump's visit Wednesday.

  Downtown business owners prep for Trump visit

Some local business owners are changing their strategies in anticipation of a busier day Wednesday when President Donald Trump visits.

  Gov. Bevin says Trump's visit next week won't be his last before Election Day

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said Thursday that President Donald Trump has several visits planned to Kentucky over the next few months.

  Lawsuit filed against Gov Matt Bevin over fired staffers

The Bevin administration has dismissed two of Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton's staffers in recent months.

  'Coon flakes' comment puts Louisville attorney in national spotlight

Louisville attorney Dawn Elliott said Daniel Cameron, a candidate for Kentucky Attorney General, needs to “stop eating the coon flakes the White House is servin

  Protesters turn up heat on McConnell in downtown Louisville

Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, led a caravan from his home state to Louisville to demand gun reform from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

  Louisville group writes letters to Sen. McConnell requesting gun law changes

Mothers Demand Action are sending the letters to McConnell's office in regards to HR 8 and HR 1112.

  Fancy Farm Recap: As expected, Bevin, Beshear trade blows

WAVE 3 News' Mike Fussell recaps a long, hot and very interesting day at the annual Fancy Farm Picnic.

  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

  Political consultant weighs in on upcoming Bevin, Beshear battle

Both Beshear and Bevin were victorious in their primary races Tuesday night.

  GOP candidates vie for votes in Kentucky Primary

Daniel Cameron and Wil Schroder are competing for the Republican nomination for the state's AG slot.

  Bevin blames teachers, says girl, 7, was shot because of sickouts

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said Thursday that a 7-year-old girl was shot last month at a time when she should have been in school, but wasn't.

  Democratic gubernatorial candidates take pro-Louisville message to Rotary Club

Democrats Rocky Adkins, Andy Beshear and Adam Edelen squared off at the Rotary Club, each presenting his case for why he's the one to unseat Gov. Matt Bevin.

  Gray Television's Greta Van Susteren interview with 14 News

Dan Katz and National Political Analyst Greta Van Susteren.

  Indiana animal cruelty bill to become law in July

  Fischer makes cuts to city swimming pools, ShotSpotter to combat budget deficit

Fischer and the Metro Council are currently facing a 35 million dollar budget deficit - which will grow by millions of dollars more in the following years.

  Final legislative day for Kentucky lawmakers approaches

Thursday is the last day Kentucky state lawmakers can pass bills or override vetoes this session.

  Parents of KY shooting victim present for signing of SB 1

More than a year after a school shooting in Marshall County, Kentucky killed two students, lawmakers have responded.

  Teachers keeping an eye on language in SDBM bill

As the final days of the legislative session tick down in Frankfort, teachers are keeping a close watch on any language changes to the SBDM bill.

  Bills still being tweaked in final four days of legislative session

There are only four legislative days left this session. Those are the days when lawmakers can vote on bills.

  Teachers gather in Frankfort to protest 3 pieces of legislation

Teachers gathered in Frankfort Wednesday to rally against different pieces of legislation, during a "sickout" JCPS.

  House Bill 205 doesn't go up for vote on Tuesday

Superintendents, KEA teachers and economists across the state came out against HB 205 Tuesday.

  McConnell says Trump will help fund new Louisville VA Medical Center

Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that he had some news to break about Louisville's long-unresolved future of its VA Medical Center.

  Bipartisan KY bill to allow voting rights for felons takes first step

A Kentucky House Committee took some of the first steps toward starting a conversation this session about automatically restoring the voting rights of felons.

  Full Interview: Rep. John Yarmuth

Rep. John Yarmuth covers a wide range of topics in an exclusive interview at the WAVE 3 News studios on Feb. 22, 2019.

  New fix put forward in Frankfort to solve KY pension crisis

A sewer turned pension bill passed last year was ultimately deemed unconstitutional, and a special session fell flat.

  New bill to restore felon voting rights filed in KY Senate

Those who have committed major sex crimes, murder, treason or election fraud would not get their right to vote back.