Rob Harris, WHAS11 News

Rob Harris

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Rob:

Louisville CEO going on 125-mile bike ride to raise money for Ronald McDonald House of Kentuckiana

John Allgeier, the CEO of Southern Vintage, will be up before the sun and hopping on his bike for a good cause. → Read More

Louisville family finds connection with animals and humans through KHS foster program

A Louisville family shares their foster family journey, and the joy that it brings them to take care of animals at the shelter. → Read More

Kentucky Humane Society veterinarian living childhood dream by saving animals

Dr. Emily Bewley and her team help bring animals from Louisville and beyond back to health so they can go to loving families. → Read More

'20 paddlers, paddling as one.' | Dragon boat team of breast cancer patients, survivors returns to racing

Breast cancer patients and survivors make up the Louisville dragon boat racing team. After taking a year off during the pandemic, the women are back on the water. → Read More

Louisville organization offering suicide prevention training courses

A Louisville mental health services organization is offering a free, virtual training course on suicide prevention. → Read More

Has Kentucky's vaccine lottery impacted vaccination rates?

While there has been a steady increase in vaccinations since May, it's hard to say whether the increase is due to the lottery or the delta variant. → Read More

Ready for takeoff? How to save money on your next flight

Planning a trip? Buying your plane tickets on certain days and different times could save you money before takeoff. → Read More

Kentucky teachers, education advocates hoping for increased salaries in next legislative session

Kentucky ranks 42nd in the nation for teacher starting pay, something that could keep new teachers from coming to a state that desperately needs them. → Read More

Indiana teacher pay: How will raises affect the shortage?

Indiana is going through a teacher shortage. State legislators just raised pay, but will it be enough to keep them in classrooms? → Read More

Free meals will be available for students and families again this year

Many schools in Kentucky and Indiana will participate in the program, but some need parents to sign their students up ahead of time. → Read More

Health department data highlights differences in Indiana vaccination rate based on ZIP code

The data highlights a disparity between different socioeconomic and education levels across the state. Areas with higher incomes had higher vaccine rates. → Read More

ILEARN tests show decline in Indiana student performance during pandemic

The initial results from the test show that 40% of Indiana students were at or above proficiency in language arts, and 37% at or above proficiency in math. → Read More

Kentucky health officials closely watching increase in COVID-19 case numbers, positivity rate

Dr. Steven Stack said the COVID-19 vaccine is still "wildly protective" against the virus and will be key in keeping case numbers low. → Read More

University of Kentucky asking families with young children to participate in vaccine trial

UK is recruiting families to participate in the KidsCOVE trial, which studies the efficacy and dosage of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in young children. → Read More

'It's been an enormous transformation': Louisville law professor reflects on fight for LGBTQ equality

Over Sam Marcosson's adult life, LGBTQ relationships went from criminalized to legal. → Read More

JCPS will receive more $600 million in COVID federal relief funding. What will they do with it?

The federal government has been providing stimulus funds for schools, including a Louisville school district. → Read More

Yes, vaccine lotteries can increase vaccinations

In the race towards herd immunity, cold hard cash seems to be a convincing factor - but it hasn't worked for everyone. → Read More

West Louisville's 'food desert' is one of many

A new grocery store is hopefully coming to West Louisville, in a state where one in four children don't have reliable access to fresh food. → Read More

9 Super League clubs accept UEFA fines, 3 rebels face bans

The Super League imploded after the English clubs backed out less than 48 hours after it was announced following a backlash from fans and British government. → Read More

9 Super League clubs accept UEFA fines, 3 rebels face bans

The Super League imploded after the English clubs backed out less than 48 hours after it was announced following a backlash from fans and British government. → Read More