Brooke Hasch, WHAS11 News

Brooke Hasch

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Brooke:

Family-owned candy store in Indiana holding strong after 130 years

130 years strong: Schimpff's Confectionery is one of the oldest, family-owned candy businesses in America and it's located in the heart of Jeffersonville, Indiana. → Read More

Louisville outdoors show returns to Kentucky Expo Center

"Twiggy" is just one of the many exhibitors at this week's Louisville Boat, RV & Sportshow. → Read More

Why winter coats and car seats don't mix

Bulky clothing can leave just enough space under the harness for a child to slip through the straps and be thrown from the car seat in an accident. → Read More

Why winter coats and car seats don't mix

Bulky clothing, including winter coats and snowsuits, should never be worn underneath the harness of a car seat. → Read More

Experience a Victorian Christmas with the Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour

Walk through the glam of the holidays in Old Louisville, while experiencing the tastes of eggnog and bourbon and a side of shopping. → Read More

'This is better.' | COPD patient able to avoid lung transplant with new treatment

Doctors are now able to insert four tiny valves into a patient's airways that block off the diseased part of the lungs while letting trapped air escape. → Read More

Festival of Trees and Lights returns to Slugger Field

Hundreds of decorated trees, wreaths and decor will be available for purchase. The three-day event benefits the Norton Children's Hospital. → Read More

'This is real freedom' | Man living on the streets says he doesn't need housing

The city of Louisville announced Monday that crews were planning to clear out the encampment at 9th and Market because it had become unsafe. → Read More

Do you know what your child does online? A look into how predators use social media, games to find kids

Children have unlimited access to the internet through social media and gaming - and so do sexual predators. But police are catching them. → Read More

How to protect your kids from online predators

The most important thing parents or guardians can do is talk with their kids about how they spend their time online. → Read More

'No one's ever done this for us before' | LMDC staff treated to free meals from FOP leaders in Illinois, NYC

The Illinois FOP expects to serve between 300 and 400 employees at the jail, who've shown up to work during a critical staffing shortage. → Read More

NoogieFest back in person for annual fall festival

Gilda's Club spends the entire year bringing support to local kids and families affected by cancer and this weekend, it's helping them celebrate the holidays. → Read More

'This is my town' | Meet the LaGrange icon known as 'Porkchop'

His real name is Donald Ray Ross, but everyone knows him as 'Porkchop.' You can usually find him on the corner at Main St. and Walnut Ave. → Read More

'I've been there' | Art therapist making connections with cancer patients beyond the hospital room

Finger painting, crocheting and meditative doodling are some of the outlets Expressive Art Therapist Laura Chamberlain uses with her oncology patients. → Read More

NAFCS shifting to propane powered buses

It's the first question people ask. 'Is it safe?' The short answer? Yes. It's also an environmental plus and a cost savings for the district. → Read More

Greater Clark County Schools offering new incentive to get substitute teachers in the classroom

Greater Clark County Schools is offering an incentive to get back on the job, this time for substitute teachers. → Read More

One more to adore | Wake Up's Brooke Hasch is expecting again!

Hasch's twins, Harper and Logan, are thrilled that the family is planning to welcome a baby girl in 2022. → Read More

'It's not on their radar' | Why colon cancer isn't getting diagnosed as early in younger adults

Younger people aren't getting screened for certain cancers because there's still a misconception that cancer is your parents' or grandparents' disease. → Read More

'It's just nonstop' | Healthcare workers struggle to stay compassionate for the unvaccinated

The staff at the Norton Women's and Children's Hospital ICU are growing weary of dealing with people who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

'It's starting to wear on us, for sure'

The Delta variant is hitting children harder than ever, overwhelming hospitals and nurses across Kentuckiana. → Read More