Mike Fussell, wave3news

Mike Fussell

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Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Mike:

Iroquois Amphitheater announces Summer 2021 entertainment lineup

The Iroquois Amphitheater announced Wednesday it will be offering live entertainment through September. → Read More

Task force begins to examine Kentucky unemployment system

Unemployment insurance fraud and labor shortages were the primary issues business owners said they were currently experiencing. → Read More

Climbing, other sports set to debut at Tokyo Olympics

With the Opening Ceremony set for July 23, there will be some new sports to look forward to watching. → Read More

Abandoned, crashed houseboat on Ohio River removed by river clean up crew

A group devoted to cleaning up waterways across America is no stranger to tires and trash floating by, but a recent effort to clear the Ohio River near Louisville resulted in a much bigger project. → Read More

Abandoned, crashed houseboat on Ohio River removed by river clean up crew

A group devoted to cleaning up waterways across America is no stranger to tires and trash floating by, but a recent effort to clear the Ohio River near Louisville resulted in a much bigger project. → Read More

‘Zombie Cicada’ discovered in Louisville cemetery

The life story of the Brood X cicadas already sounds a lot like the lore of the living dead, but, now, in Louisville, there’s one more reason a closer comparison of them can be made to zombies. → Read More

Bardstown welcomes visitors ahead of National Bourbon Day

It’s almost National Bourbon Day, but those in Bardstown are starting to celebrate early. → Read More

Victim of crash with TARC bus identified, neighbors push for change at intersection

A day after a deadly crash in the Park Hill neighborhood, people who live nearby are pleading for change. → Read More

Mayor’s Hike, Bike and Paddle returns to in-person event

The Mayor’s Hike, Bike and Paddle event was held in-person, back at Waterfront Park Monday. → Read More

Louisville summer camps seeing increased interest as pandemic wanes

Many students are already preparing for their summer camp trips. → Read More

Kroger announces $1M cash prizes, year of free groceries to reward vaccinations

Kroger is launching a campaign to encourage more Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

JCPS ‘do-over’ school year decision applauded by special education advocacy group

After months of non-traditional learning, Jefferson County Public Schools students will get a chance to re-do their school year next year. → Read More

Lose your vaccine card? Here’s how to get a new one

As mask requirements are lifted, those who want to get into some places without one may need to show their vaccine card. → Read More

Doctors urge more people to get COVID shot as mask restrictions lift

Right now, nearly all new COVID-19 infections are coming from people who are not vaccinated, the CDC reports. → Read More

Pipeline shutdown has potential to impact Louisville gas prices

Gas prices across the country are on the rise after a cyberattack on one of the America’s largest fuel pipelines. → Read More

Pandemic accelerates partnerships, has other impacts on animal shelters

At animal shelters in Kentucky, the challenges that came with 2020 and beyond have been paired with opportunity. → Read More

Boy, 10, found dead in car trunk in Louisville; mother charged with murder

Around 8:45 p.m. Tuesday, A 911 caller told dispatchers a woman had a gun and a dead boy wrapped in a blanket. → Read More

Downtown Louisville business owners say city is on the rebound following protests, pandemic

“Downtown is safe. We’re welcoming. We need businesses to come back downtown," one business owner told WAVE 3 News on Tuesday. → Read More

Despite extended deadline to May, many already filed taxes ahead of April 15

‘Tax Day’ may still be printed on calendars across America, but, earlier this year, the IRS extended the filing deadline. Individuals have until May 17 to complete the process. → Read More

Louisville restaurant offers employees vaccine incentive

As more people become eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, some local businesses are getting creative when it comes to encouraging employees to sign up for one. → Read More