Kristin Pierce, WHAS11 News

Kristin Pierce

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent:
  • WHAS11 News
Past:
  • KHOU
  • WBIR Channel 10
  • WWL-TV

Recent articles by Kristin:

Domestic violence survivor turns her story into advocacy

When Alison needed help processing her abusive relationship, she turned to The Center for Women and Families. Now, she's an advocate for them. → Read More

How you can support domestic violence survivors during Give Week

How you can donate or fundraise for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through the Louisville organization's Give Week. → Read More

More than 20 colleges expected to attend application fair

The Black Student Union at JCPS is hosting a free college application fair on Saturday, Oct. 16. → Read More

'I'm so glad I can do it.' | Retired foster dad donates suitcases to foster children

The 77-year-old was a foster parent for 20 years and saw a lot of children show up to his home with their personal belongings in garbage bags. → Read More

Poet shares messages of encouragement through street art

Boots says her poetry is intended to help others feel and process their pain. In a time filled with heartbreak and anxiety, she wants to share hope. → Read More

Jeffersontown food pantry feeding families through pandemic

The organization has a food pantry stocked with food, toiletries and other items to make sure Louisville and Kentucky residents stay fed and safe. → Read More

Help clean up downtown Louisville, get rewarded with free beer

Brightside is hosting community cleanup events in downtown Louisville and volunteers are rewarded with free beer. → Read More

Zoneton Fire to honor fallen fire chief at annual fishing tournament

This is the 15th year of the Bass Tournament, which benefits the WHAS Crusade for Children. The department plans to honor Chief Rob Orkies this year. → Read More

Local non-profit looks to engage youth with STEM program

Children in the program learn how to create their own app and in turn build their confidence through their work. → Read More

New school community center to help meet basic needs for Louisville students

The Student Achievement Community Center at Newburg Middle School is filled with school supplies, clothes and food for students in need. → Read More

Louisville restaurant, community organizations host back-to-school supply drive

Louisville organizations have put together a school supply drive to collect backpacks and other items for students in the area. → Read More

Misters for MS raises money, awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research

The event is returning to the Marriott hotel in Downtown Louisville on July 17, 2021. Money raised at the event will raise awareness for MS. → Read More

College student collects, donates more than 300 pairs of shoes to Louisville organizations

Ballard High School alum Trevon Davidson donated more than 300 shoes to community organizations in Louisville, Kentucky. → Read More

Louisville organization brings fresh produce to families in food-insecure areas

A Kentucky nonprofit is taking healthy produce from local farmers and passing it onto families in food-insecure areas. → Read More

Community clean-up at Hal Warheim Park set for Saturday

The Louisville community is invited to help beautify the Hal Warheim Park in the Belknap neighborhood on Saturday. → Read More

Counseling center hosting garden tours to help pay for mental health therapy

A Louisville counseling center is hosting a house and garden tour to raise money for those who suffer from mental health challenges. → Read More

Wear Orange Community Peace Walk in Louisville June 5

After Louisville's deadliest year on record, the ACE Project will join several other groups and walk for peace on June 5. → Read More

'The system fails families': Chief Shields discusses low homicide clearance rate as families grieve

This year, Louisville Metro Police has had 60 criminal homicides. Only 19 have been closed. → Read More

Louisville organization helps children with trauma through literacy intervention

The nonprofit I Would Rather Be Reading provides mental health support for children who have experienced violence, abuse or other trauma. → Read More

Louisville nonprofit able to provide clean drinking water thanks to shoe donations

After selling the shoes, WaterStep uses the money to buy tools to disinfect water for people in Central America, South America, India and Africa. → Read More