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Past articles by Tabnie:

Mother fights to receive son's missing college scholarship funds

A concerned mother reached out to WHAS11 News after getting the runaround from a local foundation who awarded her son, now in college, a scholarship before he graduated high school in May. → Read More

Norton Children's treated nearly 2 dozen young gunshot victims in 2017

Norton Children's Hospital says 19 cases is 19 too many. → Read More

More than a dozen Louisville youth charged with murder in 2017

Young people in Louisville are being charged with murder more often. → Read More

Family, friends react to Ricky Kelly plea deal

The court sentenced Kelly to 10 years, he must serve 85 percent of that before he's eligible for parole. → Read More

Authorities nab 11 suspects in Scott Co. drug bust

The Scottsburg police department shared a picture of what allegedly was recovered, showing more than 300 grams of meth, handguns, cash and other drugs. → Read More

Twins take part in rare medical procedure

The technique to reconstruct a woman's breast from a patients own stomach is common, but using a twin's stomach skin and fat to create a breast for their sibling has only happened five other times around the world. → Read More

JCPS responds to alleged bus driver assault

The incident is bringing safety to the forefront, with questions about how that driver is doing. → Read More

Bus driver assaulted while dropping off kids at Okolona elementary school

A Jefferson County Public Schools bus driver was assaulted while dropping kids off at a school Monday morning. → Read More

Hundreds of witnesses, still no answers 5 years after student's violent murder

On November 25, 2012, Cheryl arranged a trip to Louisville from Bowling Green for the Thanksgiving Holiday. But the day of celebration would turn to tragedy. → Read More

Fear is not the way to live: Council members respond to violent night

It was a wild night for LMPD on Monday, responding to a handful of shootings where no arrests have been made. → Read More

Demand grows for police removal from Jefferson County Public Schools

Calls are growing from Louisville social and racial justice groups that say police officers do not belong in Jefferson County Public Schools, this comes after multiple videos surfaced showing fights in Jeffersontown High School between students and three J-Town police officers. → Read More

The law behind sexual harassment

WHAS11 News wanted to know what exactly is sexual harassment, and what recourse do you have if you're a victim of it. → Read More

Louisville producer pens pain after violent home invasion

Sometimes music is a therapeutic outlet. That's exactly the case for a Louisville man who says as he was entering his home with his 14-year-old daughter they were pistol-whipped and robbed. → Read More

Grassroots organization working to end food deserts

A grassroots organization is giving fresh food options to an area of Louisville that doesn't have many, thanks in part to a $100,000 grant from the Humana Foundation. → Read More

Police looking to ID driver in deadly Dixie Highway hit-and-run

Shively Police are releasing surveillance footage, hoping to the catch the driver in a deadly hit and run. Rodrick Grinstead was hit and killed on Dixie Highway near Garrs Lane on Oct. 26. → Read More

Oberhansley not competent to stand trial

Joseph Oberhansley remains in Clark County Jail, charged with murder, rape and abuse of corpse regarding the death of his former girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton in 2014. Detectives say Oberhansley admitted to eating parts of Blanton's body. → Read More

We The Future: UofL men's basketball brand looking ahead

After yet another scandal rocks the University of Louisville's Men's Basketball Team, the marketing for this year is even more fitting, "We The Future." Officials discuss how this branding decision, although made in August has a whole new meaning and mantra for the 2017-2018 season. → Read More

Will Tom Jurich remain UofL's athletic director?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Tom Jurich's legacy is heralded in a new letter from several of the coaches he hired. → Read More

Muhammad Ali childhood home museum may be heading to Philadelphia

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – It was a scene so many of us will never forget, the day The Champ took one final ride through his hometown. → Read More

Nurse, singer recount time in Las Vegas during shooting

LOUISVILLE (WHAS11) -- Thanks to many of our viewers, we've learned there are some Kentuckiana natives that either were or still are in Las Vegas. → Read More