Kristin Goodwillie, WHAS11 News

Kristin Goodwillie

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Kristin:

After almost dying from COVID, pregnant mom wakes up weeks later to meet new daughter

It has been a five-month recovery, now an Elizabethtown mother is home with her baby after an emergency C-section and one month on ECMO. → Read More

Man charged with gruesome death of Clarksville woman will stand trial, prosecutor says

Brian Williams, accused of killing 67-year-old Melody Gambetty, underwent a psychological examination to determine if he had any intellectual disabilities. → Read More

Breaking the Cycle | Counselors see an increase in need for mental health resources as teen violence grows

As we've been reporting, this is an unprecedented year for youth violence in Louisville. JCPS teens say they're being affected by the death of their peers. → Read More

How Louisville health officials are able to detect new variants of COVID-19

Kentucky is only able to sequence 3-5% of weekly cases, but Louisville public health officials have the technology to detect variants much quicker. → Read More

VERIFY: No. There is not a test that specifically determines the different variants

With all these variants circulating, will your test reveal if you have the Omicron or any variant? → Read More

Kentucky, Indiana ranked in bottom 20 of fully vaccinated states

Our FOCUS team has been tracking all things coronavirus since the start. We're looking at vaccine rates as the Omicron variant reaches the US. → Read More

'Connect Louisville to Louisville': Here's how Waterfront Park development started, here's where it's going

The monies would be used over two years to support the expansion between 10th and 14th Street in downtown Louisville. → Read More

'I feel prisoner to my own body' | The fight to understand long-lasting COVID-19 symptoms

People still feeling the effects of COVID-19 are known as long-haulers and their symptoms can last weeks, months and sometimes over a year after getting the virus. → Read More

Community members overlook passing procession in honor of fallen deputy Brandon Shirley

People lined the bridges overlooking I-64 West as the procession moved to Cave Hill Cemetery. → Read More

COVID-19 testing sites begin to close as demand decreases

Kentucky has seen a 40% decline in testing since November 2020. → Read More

New developments headed to Nulu neighborhood

The property on East Market Street is called Joe Ley Hotel, according to Campisano Capital's website and will be part of the Urban Cowboy Hotel chain. → Read More

Louisville woman finally home after losing legs in COVID-19 battle

A 40-year-old woman is out of the hospital today after being admitted last year for Covid like symptoms. → Read More

Signs that your child is experiencing back-to-school anxiety

As students are going back to school for the first time in a year, many may be showing signs of anxiety or fear. How to notice the signs. → Read More

'Emotional roller coaster': UofL doctors and staff reflect on one year since opening COVID units

It's been one year today since Covid units were opened at UofL Health- Jewish Hospital. Staff recount this past year as they provided non-stop care in a crisis. → Read More

Louisville cab driver shot in 2020 finally released from hospital

Khatri Abdhalli was critically injured in a shooting in June 2020. Now he's using his voice to speak out against rising violence in Louisville. → Read More

Ethan says goodbye to KHS, hello to new family in special celebration

The emaciated dog that was scooped up and rushed into the Kentucky Humane Society in late January is excitedly walking out, with new family in tow. → Read More

JCPS releases updated meal plans for in-person and curbside pickup

With some students coming into the classroom and others sticking with NTI, making sure everyone gets meals during school time will look different. → Read More

Ethan's journey sheds light on animal cruelty in Kentucky

According to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Kentucky ranks in the bottom tier for animal welfare. → Read More

'You're supporting another life': CDC data shows promising news for pregnant women to get COVID vaccine

Moderna and Pfizer didn't include pregnant women in their trials and that's why there has been little information published on the topic. → Read More

What's being done to fix potholes in Louisville

Louisville Metro Public Works crews respond to between 60 and 80 calls a day, but it's hard to say exactly how many have been filled. → Read More