Kristen Shanahan, WDRB News

Kristen Shanahan


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Kristen:

Report shows link between COVID-19 restrictions and increase in Louisville's violent crime

The report does not pinpoint one reason for the uptick in violent crime. → Read More

Kentucky to expand vaccine eligibility, mass vaccination sites this week

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The coming days are going to be very busy when it comes to administering COVID-19 vaccines in Kentucky. → Read More

Some post-COVID patients dealing with ear and hearing issues

Audiologists in Louisville say they have been treating post-COVID patients who have been battling tinnitus and other ear-related issues like vertigo. → Read More

Cherokee Park's scenic loop could remain closed to vehicle traffic

There's still time to share your opinion on the matter. → Read More

86-year-old COVID-19 survivor reunites with wife after spending a year apart

Denny Moorman lives at Nazareth Home in Louisville, where his wife Ann would visit him at least four times a week before the pandemic hit. → Read More

Weekend violence adds to Louisville's alarming homicide rate

In less than 24 hours over the weekend, three more people were killed by gunfire. → Read More

Kentucky hospitals extending COVID-19 vaccines to those in Phase 1C

There are now more than 560 COVID-19 vaccination sites across the Kentucky, and more are extending appointments to those who are eligible. → Read More

Community members in mourning after historic Old Louisville church damaged in fire

The church was built in the 1920s and initially served as the Keneseth Israel Synagogue. → Read More

'An amazing kid' | Vigil honors Jake Stover, teen who went missing on Ohio River

The Big Four Bridge was lit up in red, Stover's favorite color, while his family and friends shared memories of the North Oldham High School student. → Read More

Controversy over protest held outside of Louisville cheerleading competition

A parent of cheerleaders acknowledged the protesters' right to demonstrate but said the kids did not deserve to be involved. → Read More

MSD working to eliminate sewer odors in west Louisville neighborhoods

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- For years, residents in the Park Duvalle neighborhood have complained about foul odors in the air. → Read More

Road crews prepare for next round of winter weather in Kentuckiana

Nonessential travel is discouraged during winter storms. → Read More

Why Kentucky and Indiana may be seeing a decline in COVID-19 cases

Doctors say the vaccines have shown to work against the new strains and that more vaccines needs to be administered to decrease transmission of the virus. → Read More

I-Move Kentucky construction will prompt closure of I-64 lane, I-71 rest stop next week

You can follow project updates on the I-Move Kentucky Facebook page. → Read More

Doctors cautiously optimistic about early data on new variants of COVID-19

New strains of COVID-19 have been found in the UK, Brazil and South Africa. → Read More

10-month-old Louisville girl recovering after car drives through family's home

Aubriella is in the hospital with a head injury and burns, but her family said she is in good spirits. → Read More

Zanzabar to host 1st concerts since pandemic shutdown

Mama Said String Band will take the stage in front of a sold-out crowd of about 60 people sitting at socially distanced tables. → Read More

Where Kentucky, Indiana are at in their COVID-19 vaccination rollout plans

It is a question a lot of people want to know right now: When can I get my COVID-19 vaccine and where? → Read More

Louisville churches work to curb violence, cut education gap through outreach programs

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- From 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Cherri Lasley helps students stay focused on their NTI courses inside Canaan Christian Church. → Read More

Louisville pastor calls for curse on those who he says have stolen the election

A Louisville pastor is standing by his controversial message during a recent church service. → Read More