Gilbert Corsey, WDRB News

Gilbert Corsey


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Gilbert:

Ky. firefighters outraged over man's claim of being firefighter at Ground Zero on Sept. 11

He claims he pulled bodies from the rubble -- but Kentucky firefighters say it's all a lie. → Read More

Centerstone opens new community center for addicts in recovery

It's funded in part with a federal grant in which eight organizations are splitting $1.4 million through Kentucky Opioid Response Effor,t or KORE, dollars. Volunteers of America and Centerstone are → Read More

GRAPHIC | Family of pedestrian hit and killed on Cane Run Road says there's more to the story

WDRB News obtained video showing the crash that killed a 56-year-old man as he was walking on Cane Run Road. → Read More

JCPS prepares to begin school year short more than 100 teachers

School leaders said they're at a better place in terms of hiring than they were this time last year, and contingency plans are already in place at schools to fill → Read More

Pregnant woman in critical condition after double shooting near Churchill Downs

The shooting happened about 6 a.m. Friday. → Read More

Heartache of weekend's mass shootings shared in Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The mass shootings that killed 31 people in the United States and injured roughly 50 more over the weekend touched lives in Louisville despite the city's location hundreds and even thousands of miles from the tragedy. The attacks in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, brought a familiar raw feeling to Whitney Austin. "It's a really hard day, and it's even more hard for… → Read More

Nearly 400 positions remain open in JCPS as the first day of school approaches

According to the district's website, nearly 400 jobs are up for grabs, and 150 of them are teaching jobs. → Read More

Patient feels 'thrown away' as Jewish Hospital suspends heart transplants

It's another blow for a hospital group bleeding money and up for sale amid fears of a closure. → Read More

Security and privacy concerns prompt Louisville residents to delete 'FaceApp'

Reports say 150 million people download the FaceApp and, at the same time, gave away their pictures and names to be used in any way the company sees fit. → Read More

Doctor trying to relocate Jeffersonville practice facing zoning fight

A doctor trying to relocate his practice reopened old wounds from a community’s fight to close a pill mill. → Read More

Louisville teenager convicted in savage 2016 murders released from jail

A young man who was 15 years old when he was tied to a savage murder is getting out of jail with a windfall of cash. → Read More

Feds now investigating recent gun violence in Louisville

ATF investigators are looking into recent series of shootings. → Read More

Family of 17-year-old shot and killed in Smoketown begs public for answers

Devin Sesay's family came to Louisville after fleeing war-torn Liberia. Now, they say they feel like they're back in a war zone all over again. → Read More

Friends find body of missing boater in Ohio River after 3-day search

Conservation officers confirmed 26-year-old Donald Watson was located in the Ohio River around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday by friends who were searching for him. → Read More

2 people hit by train while pulling out of southern Indiana driveway

Crews responded to the scene on US Highway 31 in Henryville just after 6 p.m. Monday. → Read More

Social Security phone scam sweeping through Louisville

The scam begins when the victim receives a phone call. On the other end is an automated robotic voice that relays a chilling message. → Read More

Closing of the Jefferson Co. Youth Detention Center about more than money

Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Secretary John Tilley says there are challenges with pay, staffing and caring for those in juvenile jail. → Read More

Louisville's most troubled and poor to feel the first blows of new Louisville budget

Services for troubled teenagers, the mentally ill, addicted and financially insecure will disappear or be greatly reduced. → Read More

New law creates more opportunities to clear criminal records through expungement in Kentucky

The bill does not apply to sexual offenses, crimes involving children or official misconduct. → Read More

Stakeholders beg Louisville Metro Council not to cut services ahead of budget vote

It's made for contentious hearings as groups gobble for a piece of the $620 million taxpayer pie. → Read More