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Politics

Top staffers resign from Heiner, Comer campaigns

Top staffers resign from Heiner, Comer campaignsIn unrelated yet similar transitions, top officials of both Republican candidates for Kentucky governor tell WHAS11 News they have decided to leave their respective campaigns.
  • Politics
  • 14 hours, 25 minutes ago
Local

Lou. zoo delivers stuffed animals to Kosair Charities

Lou. zoo delivers stuffed animals to Kosair CharitiesThe zoo gives guests a chance to purchase a plush toy for $18 and have it donated to Kosair Charities.
  • Local
  • 14 hours, 40 minutes ago
Community

Julianne's shop shares love through flowers

Julianne's shop shares love through flowersInside an unassuming storefront in Shively, beautiful things are happening at Julianne's.
  • Community
  • 15 hours, 31 minutes ago
Local

I-64 eastbound shut down at 41 MM after accident

I-64 eastbound shut down at 41 MM after accidentThree people are reported injured and one person was transported by air, officials said. The other two people were sent to the hospital by ground ambulance, according to officials.
  • Local
  • 15 hours, 36 minutes ago
Community

Eastern High School Care-A-Van donates 228 baskets of food to needy families

Eastern High School Care-A-Van donates 228 baskets of food to needy familiesStudents at Eastern High School are giving back, filling holiday food baskets with canned goods and other items to be donated.
  • Community
  • 15 hours, 44 minutes ago
Local

Walmart hiring 300 employees for its Shepherdsville location

Walmart hiring 300 employees for its Shepherdsville locationWalmart is getting ready to open up in Shepherdsville, and they need hundreds of new employees.
  • Local
  • 16 hours, 6 minutes ago
Crime

Frmr. UofL executive pleads guilty to tax fraud, embezzling funds tied to UofL medical groups

Frmr. UofL executive pleads guilty to tax fraud, embezzling funds tied to UofL medical groupsInd. man accused of diverting $2.8M for his personal use and failed to report $2,470,735 to IRS
  • Crime
  • 16 hours, 11 minutes ago
Indiana

Ind. Olympian faces criminal mischief charges

Ind. Olympian faces criminal mischief chargesHis attorney says he was suffering from anxiety and depression when he threw rocks at several cars in his hometown of Hidden Valley Lake. He caused more than $8,000 in damage.
  • Indiana
  • 16 hours, 17 minutes ago
Crime

Lou. man arrested on charges of robbing newspaper delivery man

Lou. man arrested on charges of robbing newspaper delivery manA Louisville man is under arrest after police said he robbed a newspaper delivery man.
  • Crime
  • 16 hours, 28 minutes ago
Crime

New surveillance video released in Florence car jacking

New surveillance video released in Florence car jackingPolice in Northern Kentucky have released new surveillance video-- of a man who stole a car with a 20-day-old baby inside.
  • Crime
  • 16 hours, 37 minutes ago
Local

Local firefighters treat children at Home of the Innocents to holiday fun

Local firefighters treat children at Home of the Innocents to holiday funSanta brought gifts for all of the children. Then they were treated to a dance party and pizza.
  • Local
  • 16 hours, 59 minutes ago
Consumer

Warren County passes local right-to-work law

Warren County passes local right-to-work lawIf you want to build Corvettes in Bowling Green, you have one option: Join a labor union.
  • Consumer
  • 17 hours, 2 minutes ago
Community

Fans to fix up Ronald McDonald house in wake of Belk Bowl

Fans to fix up Ronald McDonald house in wake of Belk BowlIf you are heading to Charlotte, North Carolina for the Belk Bowl, you can do more than watch a football game.
  • Community
  • 17 hours, 8 minutes ago
Community

Yarmuth delivers cards to Wayside Christian Mission for 6th year

Yarmuth delivers cards to Wayside Christian Mission for 6th yearA festive mood this morning at Wayside Christian Mission, where Congressman John Yarmuth helped deliver holiday cards to families.
  • Community
  • 17 hours, 22 minutes ago
Tech

5 digital tricks you'll use every day

5 digital tricks you'll use every dayDid you know that the quickest way to open a link on a Web page in a new window or tab is to click the link with the middle button on your mouse?
  • Tech
  • 17 hours, 33 minutes ago
Indiana

Study to seek ways to for privacy from cameras

Study to seek ways to for privacy from camerasTwo Indiana University professors and a Dartmouth College sociology professor have been awarded a $1.2 million grant to try to improve the privacy of people captured by wearable cameras.
  • Indiana
  • 17 hours, 40 minutes ago
Local

Leaders celebrate opening of new highway

Leaders celebrate opening of new highwayWYMT-TV reports Gov. Steven Beshear joined officials in Pike County on Thursday for a ceremony to open the first half of a new U.S. 460, which runs 8 miles from U.S. 23 south of Pikeville to the Virginia state line near Elkhorn City. The ceremony at Shelby Valley High...
  • Local
  • 17 hours, 47 minutes ago
Local

Jolley family suing LMPD for wrongful death

Jolley family suing LMPD for wrongful deathThe family of a man shot and killed by Louisville Metro Police is now suing the department.
  • Local
  • 17 hours, 48 minutes ago
Nation

Family of toddler injured by SWAT 'grenade' faces $1M in medical bills

Family of toddler injured by SWAT 'grenade' faces $1M in medical billsAlecia and Bounkham Phonesavanh never imagined their family would be at the center of a controversy over the militarization of police. But that's exactly where they found themselves when their toddler was seriously injured by a SWAT team, also leaving them with a...
  • Nation
  • 18 hours, 14 minutes ago
Traffic

A gift to travelers: No roadwork over the holidays

A gift to travelers: No roadwork over the holidaysThe holiday travel period is going to be a bit merrier for drivers in the Downtown Crossing construction zone.
  • Traffic
  • 18 hours, 28 minutes ago
Nation

Woman who stopped for ducks sentenced in 2 deaths

Woman who stopped for ducks sentenced in 2 deathsA Canadian woman who caused a fatal traffic accident after stopping her car to help ducks on a busy highway was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in prison and a 10-year driving ban.
  • Nation
  • 18 hours, 34 minutes ago
Crime

Release of evidence reveals motive in Fern Creek High School shooting

Release of evidence reveals motive in Fern Creek High School shootingEvidence released this week from a Sept. 30 school shooting in Louisville explains why a teenager opened fire inside Fern Creek High School.
  • Crime
  • 19 hours, 16 minutes ago
Crime

Ind. man arrested after traffic stop yields meth

Ind. man arrested after traffic stop yields methISP said the Explorer was pulled over due to the vehicle committing several traffic infractions. It was during the traffic stop a K-9 from the Scott County Sheriff's Department was called to the scene and alerted for possible drugs, ISP said.
  • Crime
  • 19 hours, 25 minutes ago
Community

BBBS match has big personalities

BBBS match has big personalitiesTwenty five years of WHAS11's reporting on Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana and one thing we've noticed is volunteers come from all backgrounds.
  • Community
  • 20 hours, 37 minutes ago
Local

Three arrested after incident at Pleasure Ridge Park High School

Three arrested after incident at Pleasure Ridge Park High SchoolAt about 7:15 Friday LMPD SRO Sean Jones arrived at PRP High School and was alerted by school personnel that trespassers were in the building, according to police.
  • Local
  • 21 hours, 29 minutes ago
Nation

How one man is terrorizing neighbors with a hostile holiday decoration display

How one man is terrorizing neighbors with a hostile holiday decoration displayHomeowners on Fairley Road in Ross Township, Pennsylvania, say their neighbor Bill Ansell is terrorizing them year round with his hostile anti-Christmas spirit.
  • Nation
  • 21 hours, 47 minutes ago
Local

KSP collects 232,011 pounds of food statewide

KSP collects 232,011 pounds of food statewideState police Commissioner Rodney Brewer started the "Cram the Cruiser" program in 2010 to assist needy families. Since that time, he says the state's lead police agency has contributed more than 500,000 pounds of food to shelters, food banks and churches...
  • Local
  • 21 hours, 48 minutes ago