Tom Lally, WHAS11 News

Tom Lally

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Tom:

After a freak accident halted business, this Louisville sweets shop is back up and running

With a glob of frosting and a spatula, the baker behind Sugar High Louisville can make dreams come true. → Read More

'I wish I had that support': National group brings support, empathy to grieving Black mothers

The group will hold it's kick-off event Saturday at Central Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. → Read More

Fires, break-ins, vandalism, then an arrest in quiet east Louisville neighborhood

While walking through the charred remains of her garage, Katie Boyd pointed to articles of clothes and furniture. → Read More

'We are the land of the misfit toys': JCPS chess club helps students find success beyond the board

Chess clubs at schools like Valley High are helping students to gain much more out of their high school experience. → Read More

The sweet, cheesy story behind Louisville's latest success

It's not often cheesecake can change a life, but for one Louisville couple, it did. → Read More

'Struggling to get more people': Louisville business owners are excited for summer but share common problem

Daniel Passafiume first launched In Season Harvest Kitchen on West Main around Derby time last year. While pandemic restrictions have lessened one problem persists. → Read More

Neighbors share frustration with speeding, group asks Metro Council to invest in speed bumps

Streets for People asked a Public Works committee to invest at least $500,000 annually into making streets safer. → Read More

Family: Jeffersonville teen hit by a car on her way to school is in critical condition

Laqueeta Allen told WHAS11 News her daughter Hannah missed the bus the morning of the crash. → Read More

Shepherdsville lineman restoring power following severe weather loses home in fire

He was out restoring power to those affected by Wednesday's storms only to find out his home was engulfed in flames. → Read More

'This year, it's something really special'

Cardinal fans filled Parlour in downtown Louisville Friday. Some fans were hungry for a win, others were lifelong cheerleaders for their favorite school. → Read More

License plate readers are emerging across Kentuckiana: Why?

The American Civil Liberties Union in Kentucky has been working with Lexington to install these in an equitable way. → Read More

'My inspiration is my dad' | Indiana father, son bond and learn from each other as trading card business grows

Conner McMahan's dad, Matt McMahan, took him to card shows, where he'd negotiate and trade with adults who couldn't believe the teenager called the shots. → Read More

Police investigating deadly shooting on Poplar Level Road in Louisville: LMPD

LMPD officers responded to a reported shooting around 7 p.m. Saturday, in the 4200 Block of Poplar Level Road. → Read More

'All those dreams were just cut down': Family of Ann Gotlib says hope has diminished 39 years after Kentucky girl went missing

Ann Gotlib's parents, Anatoly and Lyudmila Gotlib,, said they didn't have any closure even though authorities said the case had been solved. → Read More

Longtime BB&T CEO Rick Guillaume dies at 78

Rick Guillaume was known for his contributions to communities in Louisville and Kentucky, as well as his dedication to his family. → Read More

'Beyond words': Bellarmine fans storm the court after ASUN Championship win

Bellarmine fans said the energy was "unbelievable," at Freedom Hall Tuesday, as the new Division 1 team secured a championship. → Read More

Organizer says Louisville protests for justice this time will be different, more structured

Protesters in Louisville said they're back. And, they'll continue to protest until they see justice. → Read More

'An unbreakable bond': mother killed in Louisville shooting remembered by family, friends.

In life, Angelica James made her friends feel like part of the family. In her death, she still bonds them together. → Read More

Their weekly prayer night felt his absence

Shively Police are looking for a white Chevy sedan that was allegedly part of the hit-and-run. → Read More

Police find missing Shelbyville Teen

Austin Willett's mother said he went missing Thursday and police found him Sunday night. → Read More