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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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Gilda's Club had a celebration for those impacted by cancer on Saturday. The organization has helped more than 10,000 people living with 60 types of cancer.
Published: 11:34 PM EDT June 25, 2022
Charvonte Reed, 21, has been arrested in the shooting death of 34-year-old Vincent Crutcher on Heatherview Road Thursday. Crutcher died Friday night.
Published: 11:29 PM EDT June 25, 2022
Police said a man was found shot near South Shelby Street near Muhammad Ali Boulevard Saturday afternoon. He later died from his injuries.
Published: 11:26 PM EDT June 25, 2022
Democratic leaders met in Louisville on Saturday and many are still gripping with the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Published: 11:06 PM EDT June 25, 2022
Right to Life Louisville had a rally planned weeks before the SCOTUS ruling. They said they are glad to have measures where there are less abortions.
Published: 11:23 PM EDT June 25, 2022
With Friday's decision, many wonder if abortions in Kentucky will ever be legal again.
Published: 7:05 PM EDT June 25, 2022
In Kentucky, a 2019 trigger law banning abortions across the commonwealth immediately went into effect. While abortion is legal in Indiana, changes may come soon.
Published: 6:51 AM EDT June 25, 2022
Following SCOTUS' overturn of Roe v. Wade, ACLU of Kentucky led a large rally in downtown Louisville. The ruling makes most cases of abortion illegal in the state.
Published: 12:29 AM EDT June 25, 2022
The Future Healers went to Washington, D.C. to present to the FBI in the hopes of what they're doing here in Louisville could help other communities.
Published: 11:40 PM EDT June 24, 2022
In an order, Judge Mitch Perry affirmed the Louisville Metro Police Merit Board's decision which upheld Joshua Jaynes' termination.
Published: 11:35 PM EDT June 24, 2022
Friday morning, Norton Healthcare started offering shots to children as young as six months old.
Published: 11:32 PM EDT June 24, 2022
Addia Wuchner with Kentucky Right to Life says today's decision corrects what she calls a terrible act of judicial activism by the Supreme Court with Roe v Wade.
Published: 11:14 PM EDT June 24, 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
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
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
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
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
A deal for Drug Free Sport International to police medication in horse racing was announced Tuesday.
Published: 4:43 PM EDT May 3, 2022
Rex Burton originally filed for unemployment at the start of the pandemic. Now he is expected to get around $48,000 in back pay.
Published: 5:35 PM EDT April 22, 2022
State Auditor Mike Harmon (R) said even though his office found fraud in its latest audit of Unemployment Insurance, a big concern still exists.
Published: 11:37 PM EDT April 14, 2022
Cases legalizing gay marriage and interracial marriage, like Roe v. Wade, rest on the 14th Amendment which gives every American the right to privacy.
Published: 4:20 PM EDT June 24, 2022
The price of a 23-ounce can of AriZona Iced Tea hasn’t changed. The cans are sold for $1.29 in Canadian dollars, which is equivalent to 99 cents in the U.S.
Published: 1:39 PM EDT June 24, 2022
Production of Sriracha hot chili sauce has been suspended until further notice due to a “severe” chili pepper shortage, Huy Fong Foods, Inc. says.
Published: 3:02 PM EDT June 23, 2022
Is Sudden Adult Death Syndrome linked to vaccines? The VERIFY team confirms this is false.
Published: 10:42 AM EDT June 23, 2022
CDC guidelines require that when a vial of the vaccine is opened, which can contain up to 15 doses, it must be used within 2-12 hours of opening.
Published: 5:30 PM EDT June 22, 2022
The VERIFY Team looks at some popular myths about how to cool off when it's hot and what is actually safe to do.
Published: 4:53 PM EDT June 22, 2022
Claims the Supreme Court allowed warrantless home searches within 100 miles of the U.S. border are false. Here’s what the court actually did.
Published: 2:21 PM EDT June 22, 2022
Target told investors in May 2022 that its shelves were overstocked in the wrong areas during the first half of the year, leading to markdowns.
Published: 12:32 PM EDT June 22, 2022
Did heat lead to the deaths of thousands of cattle in Kansas? The VERIFY team confirms this is true.
Published: 5:54 PM EDT June 21, 2022
As of June 9, CDC data show over 87 million COVID-19 vaccine doses were thrown out in the U.S., due to a variety of reasons, including vaccine vial expiration.
Published: 4:33 PM EDT June 20, 2022
Should you call 112 to confirm if an unmarked police car attempting to pull you over is legitimate? The VERIFY team confirms this is false.
Published: 12:14 PM EDT June 17, 2022
The Small Arms Survey found in 2017 there were 393 million civilian-held firearms in the U.S. That same year, the census reported 326 million U.S. citizens.
Published: 5:25 PM EDT June 15, 2022
The bill is a measured compromise that at once illustrates progress on the long-intractable issue and the deep-seated partisan divide that persists.
Published: 8:42 AM EDT June 25, 2022
The decision to overturn Roe v. Wade came down to a five to four vote.
Published: 11:27 PM EDT June 24, 2022
President Biden speaking on Roe v. Wade overturn presser
Published: 1:53 PM EDT June 24, 2022
President Joe Biden pleaded with voters to elect both state and federal representatives that will work to ensure women have safe access to abortion services.
Published: 12:49 PM EDT June 24, 2022
President Joe Biden said that the ruling in Dobbs marks a "sad day for the court and the country."
Published: 1:01 PM EDT June 24, 2022
In his concurring opinion, Justice Clarence Thomas said the Supreme Court should reconsider previous rulings, such as marriage equality and access to contraception.
Published: 1:07 PM EDT June 24, 2022
President Joe Biden warned that "the health and life of women in the nation are now at risk."
Published: 12:43 PM EDT June 24, 2022
The more than a century-old New York law required anyone seeking a license to carry a concealed handgun to show they had proper cause and special need for it.
Published: 11:34 PM EDT June 23, 2022
It is Congress' most far-reaching response in decades to the ongoing mass shootings.
Published: 11:18 PM EDT June 23, 2022
Images of a first responder carrying Jonah Handler, one of three survivors, on his shoulders offered hope as the search and rescue mission extended for 14 days.
Published: 6:04 AM EDT June 23, 2022
Congress would need to approve the measure, and it already faces some push back on Capitol Hill.
Published: 11:55 PM EDT June 22, 2022
WATCH: Biden is urging Congress to suspend federal gasoline and diesel taxes for 3 months, but lawmakers have expressed skepticism.
Published: 7:29 PM EDT June 22, 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
From the race, to the fashion and the mint julep, everything about the Derby has a story associated with it.
Published: 7:02 PM EDT May 8, 2022
The mint julep was adopted as the Kentucky Derby's official drink in 1939. It was a toast to Kentucky's greatest tradition rooted in competition and comradery.
Published: 5:05 PM EDT May 6, 2022
WHAS11 News is taking a look back at one of the prime events of the Kentucky Derby Festival.
Published: 7:27 PM EDT May 1, 2022
We heard from a patron making the best of the weather, a comedian and heard about some of the history of the food served in the past there.
Published: 6:57 PM EDT April 29, 2022
Former WHAS 11 Anchor Jackie Hays, an avid runner herself, helped people get ready for the 9th miniMarathon in 1982.
Published: 6:40 PM EDT April 29, 2022
When the Louisville Zoo opened its doors in 1969, only two dozen people attended the ribbon-cutting. Almost none of the original $6 million went into landscaping.
Published: 7:01 PM EDT April 24, 2022
It was supposed to be a big television event for the Louisville area. For many, it was the first time experiencing a 3D film. Did it live up to the hype?
Published: 6:53 PM EDT April 10, 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
Masters is the most decorated U.S. Winter Paralympian ever. She made the podium in every one of her Paralympic events in Beijing this year.
Published: 7:49 AM EDT March 20, 2022
Lynnie Meyer spent the majority of her life helping others from the Center for Women and Families to her current role at Norton Healthcare.
Published: 6:27 PM EDT March 15, 2022
Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson, founder of MOLO Village, said she was inspired by a mission trip to Africa to create a community resource in the Russell neighborhood.
Published: 6:43 PM EST March 8, 2022
Born in Lexington, Mary Todd Lincoln brought the Bluegrass State to the White House, in a time when it was still considered a frontier.
Published: 9:26 AM EST March 6, 2022
Keith Griffith III started Beeing2gether as a way to connect his mental health journey and his love for beekeeping.
Published: 6:41 PM EST February 28, 2022
Dozens of Black soldiers were killed in an ambush by Confederate guerillas known as the "Simpsonville Massacre" on January 25, 1865.
Published: 10:27 AM EST February 27, 2022