Heather Fountaine, WHAS11 News

Heather Fountaine

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Heather:

Health inspectors found mouse poop, safety issues in these Hardin County schools

Here's a look at some of the lowest scores recorded in Hardin County over the past three years - and why the schools received those scores. → Read More

Health inspectors found dirty water fountains, broken sinks, and mouse poop at Oldham County Schools

We've rounded up and broken down some of the lowest scores schools received from health inspectors in Oldham County between 2019 and 2021. → Read More

Inspectors found expired and improperly stored food at these Jefferson County schools

St. Raphael and Moore High School both had priority violations in their school cafeterias. → Read More

What the health inspectors found at the Kentucky State Fair

The results are in: Here are the vendors with the lowest food safety scores at this year's state fair. → Read More

Delta-8 debate: Is it legal? Depends who you ask

the hemp-based product is not without controversy. The legality of Delta-8 might depend on who you ask. → Read More

Data shows two Bullitt County schools failed their health inspections in 2019

Two schools had to fix major problems in 2019, according to data from the Bullitt County Health Department. → Read More

More than a dozen Clark County schools had health code violations within the last 3 years

The WHAS11 FOCUS team looked at 200 inspections from the Clark County Health Department to see how schools scored on food safety. → Read More

Shively Police still looking for suspects in April parking lot shooting

Shively Police say they still don't have suspects from a shooting that happened on April 24 around 3 a.m. → Read More

Police divers, search crews stress caution to boaters on Ohio River

The LMPD dive team most often searches the Ohio for evidence, but every so often, their search is for someone instead of something. → Read More

Police looking for Nelson County forged check thief

The Nelson County Sheriff's Office says more than $12,000 was stolen from a woman's bank account after her car was broken into. → Read More

Shively Police Department hiring new officers

If you're interested in a career in law enforcement, the Shively Police Department is looking for officers. → Read More

'If the Army does away with this...who would accept me?' Budget cuts impact veterans employed at Fort Knox

Custodial services at Army installations like Fort Knox were recently reduced, raising some concerns for nonprofits like Global Connections to Employment. → Read More

Louisville officer under investigation after video appears to show him repeatedly punching man during arrest

Chief Erika Shields has called a professional standards investigation after video appears to show an officer punching a protester at Jefferson Square Park → Read More

Homeless camps to be cleaned, no longer cleared next month

Homeless camps near Wayside Christian Mission and Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport will no longer be cleared, but instead cleaned. → Read More

Radcliff police investigate month long robbery spree

The Radcliff Police Department are looking for two men caught on surveillance video robbing a number of businesses in the Radcliff area for over a month. → Read More

Kelsie Small's mother seeks answers 10 months after her murder

Kelsie Small, 19, was shot and killed on May 9, 2020. Her mother said she was driving her friends home. Small is believed to have been hit by stray bullets. → Read More

Protesters stand by actions after conflict outside of cheer competition downtown

Some protesters calling for justice in the Breonna Taylor case are being criticized after they allegedly chided young cheerleaders competing downtown. → Read More

Fatigue, muscle pains and cough: Norton Healthcare talks lingering symptoms after COVID-19

Robert Moss said he has had kidney failure since testing positive for COVID-19, and is now on dialysis daily. → Read More

LMPD 'close' to solving 2003 murder of pregnant young mother, asks for community's help

Jackson was brutally murdered inside her home. Seventeen years later, the family of the 22-year-old is still searching for answers. → Read More

'Louisville is not exempt from the gang problem.'

After a Kentucky man was charged in connection with notorious Gangster Disciples, FOCUS sat down with Louisville FBI to see how they're combating gang violence. → Read More