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American farmers prepare for beefed-up prices amid Ukrainian crisis

We've already seen how the war in Ukraine is hitting home at the gas pumps. But we're also expecting to feel the pinch in our pocketbooks with what we eat. → Read More

Ann Gotlib's disappearance | WHAS11 FOCUS team gives you the first glimpse into never-before-released police files

It is a story that shook our community to the core. A young girl vanishes from a shopping mall in the summer of 1983. Her name was Ann Gotlib. She was 12-years-old. → Read More

What you need to know: How to search the sex offender registry in Kentucky, Indiana

The FOCUS investigative team found dozens of sex offenders with addresses matching long-term care facilities. Here is a guide to show you how to search your area. → Read More

Unprecedented COVID case growth this week in Kentucky and Indiana

COVID cases in Kentuckiana hit record highs as weekly counts climb faster than ever before. → Read More

Kentucky cases nearly double, COVID spreads at rapid rate

Positivity rates and case counts are hitting all-time highs. WHAS 11 has been watching the rise and have put some graphs together to put it all in perspective. → Read More

Poultry farmer loses entire flock, estimated $2 million in damages after a tornado

Brittnay and Justin Dorris have a 177-acre chicken farm in Logan County, Kentucky. They suffered around $2 million in damage after devastating storms. → Read More

Kentucky is in the slow lane when it comes to distracted driving laws

The FOCUS team dug into distracted driving laws and found in Kentucky they're pretty lax. Critics fear it's endangering lives. Our cameras caught drivers in the act. → Read More

Health inspectors found mouse poop, safety issues in these Hardin County schools

Here's a look at some of the lowest scores recorded in Hardin County over the past three years - and why the schools received those scores. → Read More

Health inspectors found dirty water fountains, broken sinks, and mouse poop at Oldham County Schools

We've rounded up and broken down some of the lowest scores schools received from health inspectors in Oldham County between 2019 and 2021. → Read More

Inspectors found expired and improperly stored food at these Jefferson County schools

St. Raphael and Moore High School both had priority violations in their school cafeterias. → Read More

What the health inspectors found at the Kentucky State Fair

The results are in: Here are the vendors with the lowest food safety scores at this year's state fair. → Read More

Data shows two Bullitt County schools failed their health inspections in 2019

Two schools had to fix major problems in 2019, according to data from the Bullitt County Health Department. → Read More

More than a dozen Clark County schools had health code violations within the last 3 years

The WHAS11 FOCUS team looked at 200 inspections from the Clark County Health Department to see how schools scored on food safety. → Read More

FOCUS | Running a clean horse race

The WHAS11 FOCUS team is taking a look at numbers behind the use of performance enhancing drugs within the horse racing industry and the impact it has. → Read More

Students at 'economically disadvantaged' JCPS schools were twice as likely not to log onto online learning

Our FOCUS team turns to the numbers to reveal what role economics played when it came to learning online during the Pandemic. → Read More

Unbroken spirit of Appalachia: Volunteers become guardian angels to wild horses in eastern Kentucky

Among abandoned coal mines in the mountains of Kentucky, horses roam free in horse heaven - with a group of volunteers acting as their guardian angels. → Read More

Weekly coronavirus case counts in Kentucky, Indiana catch up after Thanksgiving

It's been nearly 40 weeks since the first local case of the Coronavirus was confirmed. The FOCUS team has been tracking the trends and has a breakdown weekly cases. → Read More

What happened to Julie Boyd?

Fifteen years ago, 26-year old Julie Boyd was beaten to death. The man who drove her to the hospital that night is now in prison for her murder—convicted by a jury. → Read More

Hospitals are making room for a rise in COVID-19 patients

UK HealthCare is closing five of 32 operating rooms to accommodate increasing COVID-19 patients admissions. → Read More

COVID-19 hospitalizations more than double in past months

The reality is roughly 10% of those infected with the coronavirus need hospital treatment to recover but as cases climb, hospitalizations multiply. → Read More