Kaitlin Rust joined the WAVE 3 News team in May 2018 as a multimedia journalist and reporter.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Kaitlin is enjoying her trek around the United States.
She's coming up after spending two years in the Bayou State, reporting for WAVE sister station KPLC 7 News in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Although she'll miss the Cajun culture and community, she won't miss covering major flooding and hurricanes.
Kaitlin graduated from Rider University with a major in Digital Media and a minor in Political Science, also while working for FOX 29 Philadelphia as a Junior Reporter.
Obsessed with animals and music, Kaitlin can often be found spending time with her two rabbits or out dancing at a show.
She's excited to be in Louisville and would love to tell your stories!
Feel free to email her with any ideas or just to say hello.
Kristina Larkin was only about 10 minutes into her 19th birthday celebration with her family when she heard a commotion near the host stand. Now, she said those next few terrifying moments have been playing on a loop in her head.
You just can't stop Justify. The fan favorite edges closer to glory, but there's something you may not know about this young stunner. One of his owners found her love for racing right here in SWLA. DeRidder native, Laurie Wolf is a co-managing partner with Starlight Racing, one of the four companies to own a part of the horse. Wolf says she never doubted Justify, who broke "Apollo's Curse" and becoming the first two year-old to win the derby in over 100 years....
Here we go again... This time, the internet isn't fighting over a dress that may or may not be blue and black. A strange audio clip has taken over making people question their hearing. It's the newest debate sweeping the internet, whether you hear Yanny or Laurel in this clip. What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I — Cloe Feldman (@CloeCouture) May 15, 2018 What do you hear? Audiologist and owner of Hearing Solutions of Louisiana...
Lake Charles has seen growth, but over the past year, you may have noticed a few notable restaurants and small businesses closing. Why is this the case if our economy is said to be thriving? "It's not a big town but you have to stay relevant," said Brett Stutes the owner of Sloppy Taco and Sloppy's Downtown. Stutes has had some success here in Lake Charles over the past 3 years, becoming a major player in the local food scene and with a new venture on the...