Meteorologist T.G. Shuck discusses the chance for storms on Sunday in his latest forecast.
Updated: 11:42 PM EDT June 12, 2021
One of out of every 6 American adults loses money every year from phone scams, costing victims a total of $10 billion, according to Hiya State of the Calls Report.
Updated: 6:35 PM EDT May 14, 2021
Officials are still asking the unvaccinated to wear masks and the new protocols apply to their summer programming.
Published: 11:31 PM EDT June 12, 2021
It's unclear who did the damage but what appear to be tire marks were discovered on the mural one week after it was unveiled.
Officials said Master Sgt. Daniel Keller, a combat controller in the Kentucky Air Guard's 123rd Special Tactics Squadron, was recognized for his life-saving actions.
Published: 7:05 PM EDT June 12, 2021
Some members of the team came together to help a longtime Portland family with home repairs.
Published: 7:00 PM EDT June 12, 2021
Labanon firefighters kicked into high gear on Thursday, to rescue the two men after getting calls of people trapped down in the hole.
Published: 6:54 PM EDT June 12, 2021
On Friday, June 11, 2021 Gov. Beshear signed a new executive order officially rescinding Kentucky's mask mandate in most settings and capacity restrictions.
Published: 2:04 PM EDT June 12, 2021
The 411's Sherlene Shanklin previews the reopening of the Speed Art Museum and the WWE show coming to the Yum! Center July 25.
Published: 9:44 AM EDT June 12, 2021
DCorey Johnson performed the National Anthem Friday as the Reds played the Rockies.
Published: 11:32 PM EDT June 11, 2021
In a year-long project, Prosecutor Otto Schalk is signing himself up for the probation programs he has been handing out in order to expose breakdowns in the system.
Published: 11:21 PM EDT June 11, 2021
As part of a year-long project, a Southern Indiana prosecutor is signing himself up for the probation programs he has been handing out in order to expose breakdowns.
Published: 6:50 PM EDT June 11, 2021
Police across the country say hate crimes are a problem that's only getting worse. LMPD discusses the mishandling of family's encounter with a hate crime.
Published: 11:27 PM EDT June 8, 2021
LMPD’s public information officer said the late response was a mistake and the person reporting should specify it as a possible hate crime.
Published: 6:55 PM EDT June 8, 2021
We asked LMPD what they're doing to address hate crime in our community.
Published: 6:28 AM EDT June 8, 2021
Advocates are campaigning for change and hope a proposed bill will expose more animal cruelty cases.
Published: 11:31 PM EDT June 7, 2021
"We're not going to stop trying to make the world a better place for animals in Kentucky,” Mychell Lawson, founder and president of Kentucky Animal Action, said.
Published: 6:31 PM EDT June 7, 2021
In Kentucky, there have been at least five significant animal rescues in the last two months, including an alleged puppy mill bust.
Published: 6:44 AM EDT June 7, 2021
It’s a question that's evoked a lot of reactions. Should transgender athletes be allowed to play on the team of their gender identity?
Published: 9:06 PM EDT June 11, 2021
The Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a lawsuit challenging new laws aimed at limiting Gov. Beshear’s authority to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published: 6:11 PM EDT June 10, 2021
The Crown Act is a law that bans discrimination against natural hairstyles. Real Young Prodigys create a music video to promote the need for the law.
Published: 5:41 PM EDT June 10, 2021
Our argument is that there is no justiciability anywhere at all in this case and because there is no justiciability; Franklin Circuit Court had no jurisdiction.
Published: 5:26 PM EDT June 10, 2021
Several businesses sued the governor earlier this year, saying that he had overstepped with his emergency orders during the pandemic.
Published: 7:28 AM EDT June 10, 2021
President Joe Biden proposed an infrastructure package worth $1 trillion in new spending that would be funded without raising the corporate tax rate.
Published: 10:15 PM EDT June 7, 2021
The pre-filed bills will make it illegal for teachers to discuss critical race theory or systemic racism.
Published: 5:34 PM EDT June 7, 2021
A Kentucky lawmaker has pre-filed a bill that would limit how teachers can talk about issues like systemic racism and privilege in the classroom.
Published: 5:59 PM EDT June 2, 2021
Journalists around the country explore the history of anti-Asian hate in the U.S., stereotypes and microaggressions we're still fighting, and where to go from here.
Published: 8:31 PM EDT May 18, 2021
Asian Americans have used COVID pandemic-fueled hate to spread more awareness around hate crimes.
Published: 10:48 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world, but it's often misunderstood or disregarded in the U.S.
Published: 9:51 PM EDT May 17, 2021
What is the 'model minority' myth and why is it so harmful for Asian Americans?
Published: 4:58 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Microaggressions are comments with subtly racist undertones. Here's what to respond to them.
Published: 4:40 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Decades of discrimination against Asian Americans in the U.S. included the country’s first immigration ban based on race in the 1800s.
Published: 4:33 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Kyoko Takenaka found a way to reclaim power by turning recordings of racist and sexist comments into a film.
Published: 4:16 PM EDT May 17, 2021
Is there a link between rising anti-Asian hate crimes and the pandemic? Research suggests yes.
Published: 3:30 PM EDT May 17, 2021
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 1:01 PM EST January 12, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 5:34 PM EST January 22, 2021
DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a controversial development: a former prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion.
Published: 8:13 PM EST February 9, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 3:12 PM EST February 2, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 5:27 PM EST January 22, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 12:04 PM EST January 25, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 5:17 PM EST January 25, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 5:36 PM EST February 3, 2021
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 2:22 PM EST February 2, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 11:32 AM EST January 15, 2021
Tammy Grogan's 2006 dream cruise turned into a nightmare when the single mother never returned.
On June 28, 2018, 5 employees of the Annapolis Capital Gazette were killed in a mass shooting. We detail how survivors spent the past year navigating their grief.
Published: 9:25 AM EST January 26, 2021
We set out find out who are the robocallers, who are the victims and what can be done to stop the calls.
Published: 6:33 PM EDT May 14, 2021
Meet the people making positive change in their communities in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Published: 4:38 PM EDT April 30, 2021
The story of the Walker Sisters who continued living in the Great Smoky Mountains after it became a national park still fascinates visitors.
Published: 10:50 AM EST January 26, 2021
American moms are dying from childbirth. Black women are up to four times more at risk. This series examines why.
Published: 3:27 PM EST January 25, 2021
Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a charismatic principal as she sets out to undo history.
Published: 1:43 PM EST February 2, 2021
Sex trafficking is a billion-dollar-a-year industry in the U.S. And traffickers are preying on young girls across the nation — our daughters, sisters and friends — r
Published: 3:53 PM EST January 26, 2021
We follow a Seattle man’s decision to die with dignity following a cancer diagnosis.
Bob Fuller, 75, shares his journey over the last few months of his life.
Published: 4:28 PM EST January 23, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, ABC10 examines the connection between wildfires, PG&E and its influence on California politics.
Published: 11:03 AM EST January 28, 2021
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, the state’s largest power company admitted to the largest corporate homicide in American history.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 28, 2021
As the nation grapples with difficult conversations about race, equity and social justice, we might all be well served to listen to the teachers at Woodlawn Elem.
Published: 12:42 PM EST January 25, 2021
Charlie Foxtrot exposes the trauma of war as soldiers once driven to the brink of suicide open up emotionally and share videos, photos and memories from the warzone.
Published: 12:10 PM EST January 27, 2021
It started a tumultuous time for the town that led to even tougher racial tensions in the area and poverty like no one had ever seen.
Published: 12:00 PM EST January 26, 2021
His grandson, Jacob Ali-Wertheimer, says if he were still here, he'd be on the frontlines of peaceful protests.
Published: 6:29 PM EDT June 10, 2021
A crowd has gathered at the Big Four Lawn to celebrate what would have been Breonna Taylor's 28th birthday.
Published: 7:00 PM EDT June 5, 2021
A brand new mural of Breonna Taylor was unveiled in the newly revitalized Lannan Memorial Park in the portland neighborhood.
Published: 12:07 AM EDT June 5, 2021
The mural will be located at the newly renovated basketball court at Lannan Park in Louisville.
Published: 6:47 PM EDT June 4, 2021
In honor of Breonna Taylor’s birthday weekend, Maryland artist Comacell Brown unveiled a new mural in Lannan Park.
Published: 6:34 PM EDT June 4, 2021
Maryland-based artist Comacell Brown and his team the Annapolitian Mural Group are here in Louisville to honor Breonna Taylor with the dedication of a mural.
Published: 4:42 PM EDT June 4, 2021
Joshua Jaynes said he verified information through former LMPD officer Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly. Mattingly and his attorney dispute that information.
Published: 7:31 PM EDT June 3, 2021
Jaynes, who was fired for his role in the killing of Breonna Taylor, is fighting to get his job back.
Published: 8:24 AM EDT June 3, 2021
Robocallers are doing everything they can to stay a step ahead of the game. Here's how to reduce them off.
Published: 10:10 PM EDT June 11, 2021
As more people get vaccinated and states ease restrictions, consumers are shopping, traveling, dining out and attending entertainment events.
Published: 10:04 PM EDT June 11, 2021
Dog handlers showed off four new breeds that will compete in this year's Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Published: 1:16 AM EDT June 11, 2021
With more people flying and TSA staffing shortage, travelers are being warned to plan ahead and prepare to stand in line.
Published: 6:23 PM EDT June 10, 2021
As a reminder, DWD WILL NOT send claimants a text message. If you receive a text from someone claiming to be us, do NOT click on the link.
Published: 6:12 PM EDT June 10, 2021
"Being proactive now today can help us for next year which can be extraordinarily grim," leaders push for more conservation amid a continued exceptional drought.
Published: 5:54 PM EDT June 10, 2021
During his final COVID-19 briefing, Governor Andy Beshear asked Kentuckians to remember those we lost to the virus. He's planning for a permanent memorial.
Published: 8:50 PM EDT June 11, 2021
Friday, June 11--Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear held his final regular scheduled COVID-19 briefing as the state ended its mask mandate and capacity restrictions.
Published: 6:35 PM EDT June 11, 2021
Gov. Beshear said he will support any business that wants to continue the requirement and asked that Kentuckians continue to support each business' decision.
Published: 6:27 PM EDT June 11, 2021
Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order officially ending Kentucky's mask mandate and capacity restrictions.
Published: 5:25 PM EDT June 11, 2021
You will no longer be required to wear a mask in Kentucky starting June 11. Businesses will also be able to operate at full capacity.
Published: 5:15 AM EDT June 11, 2021
Taking rants on the latest local news, including changing COVID-19 requirements and accusations against LMPD officers.
Published: 5:57 PM EDT June 11, 2021
People in Kentucky, Southern Indiana sound off about COVID restrictions, including no more mask, and businesses looking for workers
Published: 6:05 PM EDT June 10, 2021
People across Kentucky not happy with COVID vaccine lottery. Some also had words about the zoo selling its passenger trains.
Published: 6:58 PM EDT June 9, 2021
People sound off about Kentucky's shot-at-a-million lottery, racism in school bill and police officer putting teen with autism in chokehold.
Published: 6:10 PM EDT June 8, 2021
WHAS11 News anchor Doug Proffitt reads viewer mail from the hot topics affecting Louisville and southern Indiana.
Published: 6:08 PM EDT June 7, 2021
People sound off about an area on Dixie Highway they say is dangerous and deadly, and the AG's lawsuit against CVS accusing them of fueling opioid crisis in Kentucky
Published: 6:14 PM EDT June 3, 2021
Here's what you're ranting about in Kentuckiana.
Published: 6:04 PM EDT June 2, 2021
Cicadas, David McAtee's death, stolen cars in Highlands and UofL Health requiring employees to get vaccinated are a few subjects firing up Kentuckians and Hoosiers.
Published: 7:09 PM EDT June 1, 2021