Kyle Mitchell, WDRB News

Kyle Mitchell


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Kyle:

JCPS preparing for first day of school on Aug. 15

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The first day of school is about three weeks away for JCPS, and the district said it is prepared for students. Chief Operations Officer Dr. Michael Raisor outlined plans on how the district is preparing at the board meeting Tuesday night. JCPS said enrollment numbers are strong so far this year and will continue to grow as the district gets closer to the first day. The… → Read More

Cleanup continues after Indiana tornado tears through community

A tornado tore a path of destruction through southern Indiana and the New Middletown area is still cleaning up. → Read More

Protesters return to Louisville to speak out against Occupy ICE

Barricades in place on Seventh Street kept the two groups about a block apart on Saturday. → Read More

Music fans flock to Forecastle despite sweltering temperatures

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Forecastle Festival kicked off with a hot start on Friday at Waterfront Park. Even with the scorching temperatures, crowds flooded into the event and found a variety of ways to stay cool. Music fans like Dalton Bordelon drove from out of state to see the performances and were not scared away by the forecast. “You kind of learn how to deal with the heat," Bordelon… → Read More

LMPD says Saturday protest downtown brings 'potential for violence'

LMPD is preparing for massive protests in downtown Louisville on Saturday morning, where both sides of the immigration debate are planning to be. → Read More

10 Kentucky residents charged in nationwide health care fraud investigation

Six of the 10 suspects charged come from Louisville. → Read More

Advisory group creating plan to evaluate controversial artwork in Louisville

The Public Arts Monuments Advisory Committee had its final meeting Wednesday night after spending months coming up with procedures to help evaluate public art. → Read More

Louisville Metro Council passes 2019 budget

Louisville Metro Council overwhelmingly approved a budget Tuesday night for next year, but some say it falls short of addressing what's needed. → Read More

Councilman hoping Dixie Highway project can save lives following fatal crash

The plan includes widening sidewalks, adding new raised medians, and improving lighting. → Read More

2 men wanted for breaking into Jeffersonville home in tactical gear and robbing residents

Police are asking for the public's help to find the perpetrators. → Read More

Lawn equipment and truck stolen from Fern Creek mowing company

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Tens of thousands of dollars in lawn equipment was stolen from behind a Louisville church. Bladerunners Lawn Service said thieves took several mowers, a trailer and a pickup truck overnight Saturday in Fern Creek. Jeff Winter, the owner of the company, estimates the loss to be between $30,000 to $45,000, but he believes the number could be even higher. "It was parked… → Read More

Safe Haven Baby Box planned for North Vernon Fire Station

NORTH VERNON, Ind. (WDRB) -- A baby abandoned at Christ's Way Christ Church in southern Indiana in 2015 has inspired has a community. Looking to create a new way to safely accept infants, a new Safe Haven Baby Box would allow someone to anonymously drop off a baby at the North Vernon Fire Station. Fire Chief Michael Cole said the system would cost about $10,000, which would be raised through… → Read More

Indiana DNR officials reassuring swimmers after failed E. coli t

The beach at Deam Lake has reopened after it was shut down because of high E. coli levels. → Read More

Korean Americans in Kentucky hopeful for peace following Singapo

President Donald Trump's historic meeting with Kim Jong Un has people in Kentuckiana watching the latest developments on relations with the elusive regime. → Read More

7 people arrested in shoplifting sting across Louisville and St.

A shoplifting sting from LMPD and the St. Matthews Police Department led to several arrests. → Read More

New Kentucky law increases penalties for repeat gun offenders

If a convicted felon in Kentucky is caught with a gun, the punishment is about to become more severe. → Read More

Skimmer device discovered on Elizabethtown bank ATM

According to the Elizabethtown Police Department, a customer found a skimmer device attached to the Magnolia Bank ATM on Sunday. → Read More

Skateboarding community rallies against violence after attack on

A mother and her teenage son were attacked at a Louisville skate park and the skateboarding community is standing with the victims. → Read More

Unemployment low as new graduates enter strong job market

The unemployment rate is at the lowest level in 18 years, 3.4 percent in the Louisville area, which is below the 3.8 percent national average. → Read More

Woman accused of stealing more than $57,000 from southern Indian

A Harrison County woman is accused of stealing more than $57,000 from an elementary school PTO. → Read More