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Man Shot In Arm After Road Rage
A man was hospitalized after being shot in the Valley Station neighborhood following an earlier road rage incident, according to Louisville Metro Police Department spokesperson. Officers responded to a call of a shooting near the intersection of Dixie Highway and East Pages Lane, near the Thornton’s. There, they found a...
JCPS 1st grader, family go on shopping spree after JCPS bus driver gives PJs for Pajama Day
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A first grader at Jefferson County Public Schools got a Spider-Man-themed shopping spree on Saturday. JCPS bus driver Larry Farrish Jr. was driving Levi, a first grader, to Engelhard Elementary School when he noticed his drastic behavioral change. The usual happy boy was sad and tearfully told Farrish he didn't have pajamas for Pajama Day at school.
28-year-old man arrested after shooting woman in Okolona, Louisville police say
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A 28-year-old man was arrested after shooting a woman in Okolona on Saturday, according to Louisville Metro Police. LMPD spokesperson Aaron Ellis said police responded to a shooting in the 2000 block of Greenhaven Drive, near Outer Loop, around 9 a.m. Police found a woman who had been shot in the leg during an altercation inside a home.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Cats Up for Adoption in Louisville, KY
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around louisville..
Man tries to buy Porsche with $78 million dollar check
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Indiana University business major was arrested after he tried to buy a high-performance sports car with a multi-million-dollar check. According to NBC affiliate WAVY, the incident occurred on Wednesday, February 21.
State Police investigate officer-involved shooting
CHARLESTOWN, Ind. – Detectives from the Indiana State Police (ISP)-Sellersburg Post are investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred in rural southern Indiana, near Louisville, on Saturday evening. The Charlestown Police Department received a request for a welfare check on an adult male at around 4:30 p.m. The man’s vehicle...
One year later: Family still searching for answers after 19-year-old shot and killed in Smoketown
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — It’s been one year since 19-year-old Carlos Vera Valdes was shot and killed, an agonizing year for his family as they still search for answers. Through her pain, his mom is asking for justice for her son. “There needs to be justice,” said Karla Valdes....
Luxurious Louisville Estate Sells for $2.3M
Nestled in the prestigious cul-de-sac known as "The Enclave of Lake Forest" near Louisville, Kentucky, a remarkable 2-story house recently changed ownership for a staggering $2,300,000 on February 20. Located at 3016 Long Creek Way, Louisville, KY, 40245, this luxurious property boasts an impressive 11,262 square feet of living space on a sprawling lot spanning 1.01 acres. With 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, this residence offers a lifestyle of unrivaled elegance within the sought-after Lake Forest subdivision.
‘Paying homage’: Town Clock Church remembers Underground Railroad history
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (WAVE) - Town Clock Church in New Albany held a prayer vigil Saturday to honor the important role the site played in the Underground Railroad. Completed in 1852, the church became a beacon of hope for runaway slaves. Church members would hide escaped slaves in the undercroft of the building and help them travel farther North.
1,630 enslaved people buried in unmarked graves in Louisville to be named
Deacon Ned Berghausen and nationally recognized poet Hannah Drake will restore some of the dignity on Saturday that was denied to the people buried there.
Two Arrested After Major Drug Investigation
Two men have been arrested after officials seized cocaine, handguns and $37,000 during an investigation on Thursday and Friday. On February 22 and 23, the Bardstown Police Department’s Narcotics Unit, alongside Kentucky State Police and Homeland Security, carried out search warrants in Lebanon, Danville and Campbellsville after a months-long investigation, according to a release.
A Slice of Heaven: The 4 Must-Try Pizzas in Floyds Knobs
This article presents a tour of four exceptional pizzerias in Floyds Knobs. Have you had the chance to taste their pizzas yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Leaked report reveals where ShotSpotter's hidden microphones are placed in Louisville
A gunshot-detection system used by Louisville and more than 100 other U.S. cities faces sharp criticism of targeting low-income communities of color after a detailed list of where the company's hidden microphones are located was leaked to the public. As released in an analysis by WIRED magazine, a majority of...
Thousands of items auctioned from Joe Ley Antiques in Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Thousands of items from one of Louisville's most famous antique shops were up for auction on Saturday. Items from Joe Ley Antiques off-site warehouse were auctioned off throughout the day. Many of the items had never been offered to the public before. The Harritt Group led...
🚨 Traffic Alert: Lane Closures Due to Crash on I-264 East in Jefferson County
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Louisville, KY. A traffic collision has occurred on the I-264 East collector ramp leading to Shelbyville Rd. in Jefferson County. The incident has resulted in the left and center lanes being blocked. Motorists are advised to exercise caution when approaching the affected area and to seek alternative routes if possible. Emergency services are on the scene, and efforts are underway to clear the lanes for traffic. The impact on local traffic flow is significant, and updates will follow as more information becomes available. Drivers are urged to stay alert for any changes to road conditions and to adhere to the instructions of traffic management personnel.
Demolition Begins On Burned Out Apartment Complex
Demolition has begun on an apartment complex deemed a “total loss” after a massive fire earlier this week. More than 100 firefighters responded to the massive inferno at the 310 @ NULU apartment complex on Monday. The blaze caused the interior of the building to collapse. Louisville Fire...
Chain link fence now surrounds downtown Louisville gas station ahead of its permanent closure
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Thorntons at Broadway and 1st Street in downtown Louisville is now fenced off in preparation for its permanent closure Monday. Caution tape is already going up around the gas station. Thorntons has never given a reason for the closure, and there are no details on what will become of the property.
Heavy rain and gusty winds possible next week. Here's what's in store for Louisville
Heavy rain and gusty winds could be coming to the Louisville area next week, beginning on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters say a strong storm system will move through the middle of the nation mid-week, which could bring severe weather. "Heavy rainfall could lead to some flooding...
Jelly Roll announces tour stop in Ohio, Kentucky
CINCINNATI (WKRC/WSYX) - Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Jelly Roll will perform in Ohio and Kentucky this year. Jelly Roll's "Beautifully Broken" tour was announced Thursday, his biggest tour to date, according to a statement from Live Nation. He will play in Columbus on Oct. 9 at Nationwide Arena and three days later...
WHAS11 anchor, meteorologist share why they're wearing all black
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — If you've noticed some of the anchors and meteorologists at WHAS11 News wearing black all week, there's a reason. The Junior League of Louisville is running a campaign where members of the media will wear either the same black dress or black outfit for five consecutive days as part of the Little Black Dress Initiative.