Dennis Ting, WHAS11 News

Dennis Ting

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Dennis:

Dainty Fest returns to George Hauck Way

The competition usually takes place on George Hauck Way outside the old Hauck's handy store off Goss Avenue, with the street blocked off and filled with onlookers. → Read More

Former swim coach remembers diver killed at LG&E plant as 'hero'

Jaxxyn Wood's coach remembered his 'effort and energy' and for saving his family from a fire in 2013. → Read More

JCPS opens three vaccine sites this week, encourage students to get their shots

Jefferson County Public Schools is opening three vaccine clinics this week in an effort to get students and the community vaccinated. → Read More

A blank slate: How expunging past convictions help give new life to Kentuckians

Old convictions can prevent Kentuckians who have turned a new leaf in finding new possibilities. Years after being convicted, a woman shares her journey of hope. → Read More

Fern Creek firefighter Sgt. Kyle Adams laid to rest

Surrounded by hundreds of firefighters and loved ones, Fern Creek Fire Department Sgt. Kyle Adams was laid to rest Thursday morning. → Read More

Cicadas bring out enthusiasts looking to learn more about intriguing bugs

The students at the Swallowtail Forest School are receiving a hands-on lesson that comes just once every 17 years as the Brood X cicadas have started popping up. → Read More

FOP: Metro Corrections officers falling behind on mandatory training

This comes after the Department Metro Corrections reported an inmate, identified as 37-year-old David Dahms, died Sunday. → Read More

Louisville man keeps hands ticking through time with passion of watch repair

Charlie Wang opened Wang's Watch Repair after several years of going to local repairmen to get his favorite pieces fixed. → Read More

Health experts: Without more vaccinations, herd immunity unlikely

Herd immunity has been achieved with other viruses, but Moyer said in the race to stop the coronavirus, the slower demand for vaccines is not a good sign. → Read More

Louisville leaders react to Department of Justice investigation into Metro Police

Hours after US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced a investigation into the policing practices of LMPD, leaders are reacting to the news. → Read More

Unable to walk, Boone the Raccoon gets his wheels

The adorable raccoon suffers from a brain disease that impairs his ability to walk. → Read More

Sullivan University chefs team up with students in NASA contest creating meals for astronauts

A group of chefs from Sullivan University are working with high school students from around the country in a cooking contest to create meals for astronauts. → Read More

502 Kids Biz Week showcases young entrepreneurs in Louisville

The week-long event showcases 21 child business owners and their businesses, which range from beauty products, to fashion accessories, to desserts. → Read More

Louisville Metro gives notice of intention to clear out homeless camps

The last day to move out is two weeks before the Kentucky Derby. Advocates say a more permanent solution needs to be made available. → Read More

Downtown Louisville hotels seeing largest turnouts since pandemic, hiring more employees

Louisville Tourism reported downtown hotel occupancy at 75% the weekend of March 6, which at the time was the highest since March 2020 before the shutdown. → Read More

Louisville bars welcome fans to watch basketball tournament as curfew extended

While Kentucky, Louisville and Indiana are all watching the tournament from home, their fans are still going out in hopes of catching a Cinderella story. → Read More

JCPS ready to welcome students back in-person on Wednesday

It's been one year since schools closed down because of the coronavirus pandemic and teachers and staff are looking forward to welcoming students back. → Read More

'To lose my son in the same community I grew up in, it's tough.'

Allen Powell is making an emotional plea after his son was shot and killed in west Louisville. → Read More

Vandalism leads to business owners decision to close after almost 50 years in Louisville

After almost 50 years, Batt-N-Putt off Dixie Highway is closing after several break-ins over the last few weeks. → Read More

Kentucky bill seeking to protect referees one step closer to becoming law

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 7-0-2 on House Bill 89, which would strengthen criminal penalties for people who threaten and assault sports officials. → Read More