The Muhammad Ali Childhood Home Museum opened in May 2016. (Source: WAVE 3 News archives)LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A symbol of Louisville's boxing history has closed its doors. The Muhammad Ali Childhood Home Museum is officially shut down. Earlier this year, owners announced that a risk of funding had put the museum at risk.
The device containing the recorded heartbeat of elaine Stogsdill. (Source: WAVE 3 News Archives)LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Twenty people die each day waiting for an organ transplant. Every ten minutes another person is added to the organ donor waiting list. It's a roller coaster ride for families who must take this journey. With the help of Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates, I caught up with two families who share the pain and the miracle of it all. These are two tragic stories.
With Jenny's help, we passed the cash to Joe. A total of $480. (Source: WAVE 3 News)Robin recently passed away from cancer. Joe said it was like losing his sight all over again. (Source: Jenny)Joe got his seeing eye dog Robin when he graduated from college. (Source: Jenny)LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - This week through Pass the Cash, we met a man who refuses to give up even after, as he puts it, "losing his sight twice."
I had a huge blessing tonight to be honored by KentuckyOne Health, Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Foundation but it meant so much more to have my Mom, Dad, and this crazy crew here! Connie emceed! Kevin was the auctioneer and we just let Kent come😂 https://t.co/66t12Xvt55
What do the AWESOME Doctors in Louisville do when they are not saving lives??? They JAM AT THE DOCTOR’S BALL!! Thank you Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Foundation!! (Oh you’ll see my Momma and Daddy jammin too) https://t.co/4hAyCeIV47
Look at me with Mr. Richard Roundtree! He’s still a bad Mutha.....shut yo mouth!! Yeah I’m talking bout SHAFT!! John Shaft! I had the honor of introducing him at the Louisville Defender’s Business and Professional Achievement Luncheon!! https://t.co/ap4EgwT7Tb
WAVE COUNTRY with Dawne Gee is getting ready for the spookiest , funniest, scariest day ever! Send me pics of your favorite Halloween Costumes for you, your pets or your kids!! We’ll show as many as we can for Halloween !! NO GUARANTEES!! (Yes that’s me !! The short one) https://t.co/hhYtNhKdIj
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