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The latest local, regional and national news events are presented by the WHAS11 News Team, along with updated sports, weather and traffic.
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The device, made of pipes and various protruding wires, was found behind a bus stop on 5th Street near Jefferson and Market.
Published: 7:36 AM EDT August 14, 2022
Below average temperatures continue this week; but start of Kentucky State Fair looks good.
Published: 7:28 AM EDT August 14, 2022
The Louisville Fire Department said they were called Saturday morning for a fire against a fence. After it was put out, the found a body under some brush.
Published: 11:22 PM EDT August 13, 2022
The family of Andrea Knabel walked the path she may have taken when she was last seen in 2019.
Published: 11:18 PM EDT August 13, 2022
Neighbors said someone walked through the neighborhood, keying several cars on Saturday.
Published: 7:00 PM EDT August 13, 2022
The man is the husband of a WHAS11 employee and chose to remain unnamed for safety reasons.
Published: 11:34 PM EDT August 12, 2022
The club also had a basketball tournament and an inflatable at the bash.
Published: 11:47 PM EDT August 12, 2022
Jeffersontown Police Chief Rick Sanders said they've arrested 18-year-old David Horsmann for terroristic threatening.
Published: 11:40 PM EDT August 12, 2022
Around 5 p.m. police said they responded to the call of a robbery in the 7800 block of Bramble Lane in the PRP neighborhood.
Published: 11:38 PM EDT August 12, 2022
Al Gorman goes to the falls of the Ohio River to collect litter, so he can later create something of value.
Published: 11:24 PM EDT August 12, 2022
Sugar High Louisville's Owner Ashley Bender suffered a terrible accident that resulted in her needing emergency surgery to try and save her eye.
Published: 11:22 PM EDT August 12, 2022
"Hymns For The Holler" featured artists like Ben Sollee, Daniel Martin Moore, and Joan Shelley.
Published: 11:16 PM EDT August 12, 2022
FOCUS investigative reporter John Charlton explains why many districts won't meet that mandate ahead of the first day of school, including JCPS.
Published: 6:35 PM EDT August 9, 2022
12-year-old Ann Gotlib disappeared in 1983. WHAS11 FOCUS team has exclusive never-before-released police files after a 3-year legal battle.
Published: 6:26 PM EDT March 14, 2022
"I would tell parents, with me being a parent, I would do everything it takes, even if my life depends on it, to make sure that their children are safe."
Published: 11:32 PM EDT July 28, 2022
Last week, our FOCUS team uncovered a solar power company that is getting the attention of Attorney Generals in several states. This week the company responds.
Published: 4:57 PM EDT May 26, 2022
FOCUS investigator John Charlton explains how complaints against one solar panel company have grown since our reports first aired.
Published: 11:29 PM EDT June 30, 2022
Part of the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act focuses on truck safety, which Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg told FOCUS needs improvement.
Published: 11:23 PM EDT June 17, 2022
In 2008 police accused Gregory Oakley of abducting and killing Ann Gotlib. But documents reveal police suspected him as early as seven months after she disappeared.
Published: 6:27 PM EDT June 16, 2022
Survivors of the deadly western Kentucky tornadoes last year told WHAS11 investigators it's been hard to recover when the housing market has put up so many hurdles.
Published: 12:09 AM EDT June 11, 2022
Louisville has partnered with "Solar Energy Solutions" to offer incentives for homeowners to go solar.
Published: 6:31 PM EDT June 3, 2022
Customers spent thousands, waiting months for solar systems to generate power, some are still waiting. Watch the company's response and the full FOCUS investigation.
Published: 6:06 PM EDT May 20, 2022
Anna Crowley found out the insulin her doctor prescribed to control her diabetes isn’t an option even though it is available at her local pharmacy.
Published: 11:12 PM EDT May 12, 2022
The Run For The Roses is anticipating a fresh start with changes coming to help protect horse racing's future, which is so valuable to Kentucky.
Published: 11:30 PM EDT May 5, 2022
The Consumer Price Index, the most widely used measure of inflation, was unchanged in July, as President Biden claimed. But annual inflation remains high.
Published: 6:51 PM EDT August 12, 2022
The Inflation Reduction Act includes about $80 billion in funding for the IRS. The agency isn’t using that money to hire 87,000 new auditors.
Published: 5:42 PM EDT August 12, 2022
Immunologist Mark Slifka, Ph.D., talks about chickenpox and monkeypox. As well as mortality rate, people who could be most at risk and the greatest
Published: 2:14 PM EDT August 12, 2022
The myth that pitbulls are naturally aggressive dogs needs context and clarity. Lori Teller, D.V.M. talks about the myth of aggressive dogs.
Published: 4:11 PM EDT August 11, 2022
People have questions about how monkeypox affects kids. Pediatric infectious disease specialist, Allison Messina, M.D., speaks on the topic.
Published: 4:35 PM EDT August 10, 2022
Warner Bros. plans to merge HBO Max with discovery+, but the new service will still have scripted series in addition to reality shows.
Published: 6:19 PM EDT August 11, 2022
While it is possible for the monkeypox virus to spread by touching contaminated surfaces, health officials say the current risk to the public is low.
Published: 5:48 PM EDT August 11, 2022
Will there be a booster shot specifically targeted at the Omicron variant? The VERIFY team confirms this is true.
Published: 2:44 PM EDT August 10, 2022
Does the dial on the side of a toaster indicate minutes of toast time? The VERIFY team confirms this is false.
Published: 12:34 PM EDT August 10, 2022
The original text included provisions that would cap insulin prices for Medicare patients and people privately insured, but the latter failed to get enough support.
Published: 6:55 PM EDT August 9, 2022
Monkeypox and chickenpox are caused by different viruses. That means that previous chickenpox vaccination or infection does not offer protection against monkeypox.
Published: 5:24 PM EDT August 8, 2022
The FCC determines which companies and services are allowed to use geolocation.
Published: 4:56 PM EDT August 8, 2022
The bill allocates $375B over ten years to combat climate change and has the largest investment in clean energy in U.S. history.
Published: 6:46 PM EDT August 13, 2022
The search warrant revealed agents took 27 boxes of government records from Former President Donald Trump's primary residence.
Published: 11:44 PM EDT August 12, 2022
A UPS spokesperson told Verify the company's delivery trucks make frequent stops, and said this would cause the AC to be ineffective.
Published: 5:53 PM EDT August 12, 2022
42-year-old Ricky Shiffler was killed by police after a standoff off I-71 that lasted hours.
Published: 5:33 PM EDT August 12, 2022
CDC still recommends masking up for 10 days and testing at day five if you have no fever for 24 hours.
Published: 5:20 PM EDT August 12, 2022
Veterans diagnosed with certain respiratory illnesses or cancers will no longer have to prove they got sick from burn pits or exposure to toxins to get care.
Published: 12:38 AM EDT August 12, 2022
"I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked," Attorney General Merrick Garland said when talking about the FBI and Justice Department.
Published: 11:38 PM EDT August 11, 2022
"I personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant in this matter," said Garland.
Published: 5:19 PM EDT August 11, 2022
Officers have the suspect contained in a cornfield as of right now, but he is still on the loose.
Published: 4:28 PM EDT August 11, 2022
The statement from Attorney General Garland was the first remarks since the FBI’s unprecedented search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence.
Published: 3:13 PM EDT August 11, 2022
Doctors can give one-fifth of the vaccine in a shot under the skin, and say this is enough to protect you and allow for more people to get vaccinated.
Published: 1:07 PM EDT August 11, 2022
Trump refused to answer any questions except for his name, invoking the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Published: 12:47 PM EDT August 11, 2022
Fontaine Ferry Park sat on 64-acres of land in west Louisville on the Ohio River. It's complicated history was rooted in segregation and eventually closed in 1969.
Published: 6:54 PM EDT August 7, 2022
Watch a curated selection of Vault episodes with Shay McAlister.
Published: 12:49 PM EDT August 2, 2022
The trailblazers behind the broadcast would become fixtures in Louisville's journalism history and the radio would overcome serious obstacles to stay on the air.
Published: 7:48 PM EDT July 31, 2022
It was marred in controversy. The smiley face plate debuted in 2002 but many drivers didn't buy in and state laws were changed to turn the frowns upside down.
Published: 7:11 PM EDT July 24, 2022
We've seen spikes in gas prices throughout history. The Vault takes a look at pump prices and how it affected Kentuckiana.
Published: 7:06 PM EDT July 17, 2022
The prank caller convinced a Mt. Washington, Kentucky McDonald's manager to strip-search her employee in 2004. The incident led to court cases and lawsuits.
Published: 6:53 PM EDT July 10, 2022
WHAS11's The Vault is looking back at Mother Teresa's 1982 journey across Kentucky with a stop in Louisville.
Published: 7:02 PM EDT June 26, 2022
Twenty years ago, former Governor Paul Patton was accused of giving a nursing home owner preferential treatment during their affair which made national headlines.
Published: 6:56 PM EDT June 19, 2022
August 1975 -- before the first school bell rang -- demonstrators were in the streets.
Published: 6:51 PM EDT June 12, 2022
The Foster Brooks Pro-Celebrity Golf and Tennis Tournament was a star-spangled event and a highlight on the Louisville Memorial Day calendar.
Published: 7:11 PM EDT May 29, 2022
Nearly 20 years after it began in Tyler Park, the Forecastle Festival has become one of the largest festivals across the U.S.
Published: 6:50 PM EDT May 22, 2022
WHAS11 News looks back at hometown visits of Naomi Judd, just two weeks after her passing due to mental illness.
Published: 6:45 PM EDT May 15, 2022
Psychotherapist Gail Bibb, co-owner of Revive Counseling, works to get rid of the stigma of seeking help.
Published: 6:48 PM EDT July 29, 2022
WHAS11 staff shared their coming out stories and how they learned to accept themselves both inside and outside the newsroom.
Published: 12:41 PM EDT July 4, 2022
When a photographer took a photo of Alicia Pedreira and her then girlfriend at the 1998 Kentucky State Fair, she had no idea the repercussions that would follow.
Published: 6:46 PM EDT June 30, 2022
Jonathan Raley says he will never forget the day his husband said he was going to be deployed overseas for a year. "I thought he was joking."
Published: 10:54 AM EDT June 30, 2022
"I had somehow became a part of their transformation," Surekha Kulkarni said. "From diffident to confident, and dependent to independent."
Published: 6:30 PM EDT May 12, 2022
With his bag of candy, Caleb helps boost morale and hopes to sweeten the days of the staff passing through the halls of Norton Children's Hospital.
Published: 6:23 PM EDT April 29, 2022
Rose Will Monroe was a woman who got things done. She appeared in World War II films and was one of the original inspiration for "Rosie the Riveter."
Published: 7:49 AM EDT April 17, 2022
Jamey Aebersold calls his New Albany jazz music store, "the Smithsonian Jazz Institute of the Midwest."
Published: 6:19 PM EDT April 14, 2022
Tori Murden McClure was the first woman, and American, to ever solo row across the Atlantic Ocean. She currently serves as Spalding University's president.
Published: 8:42 AM EDT March 27, 2022
Sylvia Gardner was one of two women who started at the New Albany Fire Department almost 24 years ago.
Published: 11:19 PM EDT March 24, 2022