Natalie Grise, WLKY

Natalie Grise


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Bellarmine's Sam DeVault shapes up, transforms body for upcoming season

Sam DeVault thought he was in pretty good shape when he first arrived at Bellarmine back in July, but after a couple of runs in open gym, the Austin Peay transfer realized he had some work to do. → Read More

Racing Louisville head coach Christy Holly discusses club's expansion draft picks

Racing Louisville FC's haul in the 2020 National Women's Soccer League expansion draft is headlined by selecting the rights two U.S. women's national soccer team members, Tobin Heath and Christen Press. → Read More

Sacred Heart claims KHSAA field hockey state championship with 2-1 overtime win

The Sacred Heart Valkyries claimed the 2020 KHSAA field hockey state championship with a 2-1 overtime win over Christian Academy in front of a sell-out crowd Thursday night. → Read More

How a $6 million investment in robotics is helping UofL Health

UofL Health - Jewish Hospital is making a $6 million investment to bring the latest technology to its operating rooms, including a robotic surgery system that helps patients recover quicker. → Read More

UofL football returns to practice after pause for COVID-19 cases

The University of Louisville football team returned to practice Sunday evening after pausing team activities on Wednesday because of COVID-19 issues. → Read More

Rockerbuilt moves in to former Tim Faulkner Gallery in Portland

A pair of metalworking artists and musicians are moving into the former Tim Faulkner Gallery in Portland. Brad White and Andy Cook have had their eyes on the building at 1512 Portland Ave. and the pair have big plans for it. → Read More

Louisville COVID Rapid Response Group credited for making 140k in PPE items recognized by mayor

One local group, however, took the call for PPE a step further by designing, manufacturing and distributing the equipment themselves. → Read More

CAL moves on to state field hockey semifinals with overtime win against Assumption

The Christian Academy Centurions outlasted the Assumption Rockets 3-2 in an overtime thriller in the quarterfinals of the KHSAA field hockey state tournament Thursday night. → Read More

Voting during COVID: A local doctor gives his tips to stay safe at the polls

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to more voting options than ever this election, but some voters still want to fill out and cast their ballot in-person. → Read More

LouCity prepares for Eastern Conference semifinal against St. Louis FC

The Eastern Conference semifinals of the USL Championship playoffs are bringing a familiar foe to Lynn Family Stadium. → Read More

North Bullitt football player on the road to recovery after emergency brain surgery

North Bullitt senior Zach Vorbrink is showing positive signs in his recovery from emergency brain surgery, according to his mother Angie Vorbrink. → Read More

Mark Stoops delivers game ball from Cats' win over Mississippi State to Chris Oats

Kentucky linebacker Chris Oats was taken to the hospital in May with an undisclosed medical issue, and was just released from his rehab facility Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Strong showing by Kentucky defense helps Cats claim 24-2 win over Mississippi State

The Kentucky Wildcats claimed their first win of the 2020 college football season with a 14-2 win over Mississippi State at Kroger Field in Lexington. → Read More

New Albany VFW keeps Harvest Homecoming tradition alive

For 53 years and counting, volunteers at VFW Post 1693 in New Albany have been rolling out the dough by hand for their famous chicken and dumplings. → Read More

Racing Louisville coach provides instruction, inspiration to girls in youth soccer

Newly-named Racing Louisville FC head coach Christy Holly has been busy building the future of the franchise. → Read More

Cats stunned by Ole Miss in 42-41 overtime loss

The Wildcats let a 14-point third quarter lead slip away, then scored late in the fourth quarter to force overtime, only to see the game decided by an extra point. → Read More

LouCity eyeing first place in Eastern Conference in regular season finale

With a win against Sporting Kansas City II, and a loss or draw by the Tampa Bay Rowdies, LouCity would be in position to take over first place in the conference and host multiple games in the playoffs at Lynn Family Stadium. → Read More

Gridiron Glowup: How Floyd Central's Zen Michalski became a prized college recruit

He committed to the University of Louisville in April, but reopened his recruitment this week, after feeling like he rushed into the decision. → Read More

Home Sweet Home: Ballard Football prepares for first home game since 2018

Since November 2018, the Ballard Bruins have been battle-tested road warriors. → Read More

Athletes react to decision in Breonna Taylor case

Athletes around the country offered their own thoughts on the recent decision in the Breonna Taylor deadly shooting investigation. → Read More