Kayla Moody, WHAS11 News

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WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Kayla:

Louisville initiative against crime clears the way for public safety

The partnership between Louisville Metro Police department and Metro Public Works targets alleyways in the 1st and 4th mobile division that are overgrown with greenery or littered with debris. → Read More

INDOT: 'Emergency' repairs needed on Hwy 111 near Horseshoe Casino

INDOT spokesman Harry Maginity said the road, which stretches through Floyd and Harrison counties, was badly damaged by winter's freeze and thaw cycles, recent flooding and heavy rains. → Read More

Sellersburg PD seeks to identify 2 pizza parlor robbery suspects

Sellersburg Police are searching for two men in connection with an armed robbery at Sir Dano's Pizza on Monday night. → Read More

Harrison County teacher charged with 36 counts of child molestation

A teacher in the South Harrison School Corporation is facing multiple counts of child molestation. → Read More

Man accused of throwing brick at dog in Clark County also wanted in federal probe

The video shows a man grabbing a brick off a porch, winding up his arm, then forcefully throwing the brick at what appears to be a white and black pit bull mix. → Read More

KYTC working to repair widespread potholes

Potholes have been a major problem across Kentuckiana. → Read More

The Omni effect on downtown Louisville

As the finishing touches happen at the Omni Louisville Hotel, Louisville is getting ready to compete with other big cities for large bookings. → Read More

5 students arrested for Snapchat threat targeting Corydon Central HS

The five students were taken into custody Tuesday night. Sheriff Rod Seelye said officers seized guns and electronic devices from the suspects' homes. → Read More

Homeowners along Ohio River brace for flooding

The swollen river is expected to reach 28 feet in Louisville, which is around 16 feet deeper than normal. → Read More

Louisville woman accused of trafficking two teenagers

"It occurs all throughout Kentucky. What most people don't realize is how to recognize it," Beshear said. "In the Commonwealth of Kentucky there's no such thing as a child prostitute – doesn't exist. That child is a victim of human trafficking that needs our help." → Read More

Standing room only at first meeting on vacant, abandoned properties

There are more than 4,100 vacant or abandoned parcels in Metro Louisville and more than 2,700 vacant structures. → Read More

Former Corydon officer accused of having sex with underage girl

Chris Avis, 31, has ties to the Corydon and Georgetown police departments → Read More

S. Indiana police officer accused of having sex with underage girl

An officer is accused of having sex with an underage female. → Read More

Victims' parents demand justice at accused child molester's court appearance

“It is clear this had become ‘normal’ to them,” says mother of alleged victim → Read More

Man accused of killing estranged wife appears in Jeffersonville court

Just tell them I love them so much. What I did is my mistake! → Read More

How does JCPS decide on snow days?

"Every situation poses its own variables. Every decision is often very difficult, but first and foremost, student safety is our number one concern." → Read More

LMPD detectives went 'straight into dad mode' to shield kids from murder scene

LMPD Lt. Emily McKinley said the children had been alone for “at least 12 hours,” adding that it could have been longer. → Read More

Two teens charged in Altitude Trampoline Park incident

While many teens were respectful and followed officers’ orders, Myers said others became combative when officers asked them to leave. → Read More

St. Matthews Police still searching for homicide suspect

Matthew Upton, 26, was shot just before 9 p.m. Sunday in the 500 block of Quails Run, where he lived. → Read More

Police say deadly Cherokee Triangle shooting was a random act

“Things like that just don’t happen in this neighborhood so it’s very shocking.” → Read More