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Hayden Ristevski

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Transplant recipient, bone marrow donor raise awareness on National Donor Day

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A selfless act gave a Kentucky man with blood cancer a second chance at life. → Read More

From Louisville to Dawson Springs, donations making major impact on storm victims

The volume of the donations coming in from Louisville was so large, they've filled up two buildings at a local church. → Read More

Frankie's Family raises more than $53,000 to help local kids this Christmas

More than $53,000 has been raised so far and that means a brighter Christmas for more than 400 children and 100 senior citizens. → Read More

Louisville family spends Thanksgiving giving back to families with sick children

"To me this is one of the best ways to show how thankful we are for all the blessings in our lives." → Read More

Thanksgiving is the busiest day of the year for Louisville firefighters

Thanksgiving is the busiest day of the year for Louisville firefighters. → Read More

Southern Indiana family holding pajama drive for sick children

The family is collecting pajamas through the end of November and says they're always humbled by the support they receive. → Read More

Elizabethtown World War II veteran fundraising for trip to Pearl Harbor

Stanley Parnell is a decorated Marine who proudly served during World War II. → Read More

Q&A: White House Vaccinations coordinator explains COVID-19 booster shots

Big news about COVID-19 vaccine boosters leads to lots of confusion and questions, so WDRB News went straight to one of the White House's top doctors to get some answers. → Read More

New Middletown Library location begins to take shape

Construction crews are putting the final touches on a new location for the library branch. → Read More

Big crowds make for 'amazing atmosphere' as Louder Than Life kicks off in Louisville

Tens of thousands of fans are in Louisville this weekend rocking out at Louder than Life. → Read More

Small businesses struggling on Frankfort Avenue amid construction projects

Business owners on Frankfort Avenue fear customers will be deterred from coming to their shops and restaurants amid construction and traffic concerns. → Read More

Belle of Louisville calliopist plays her way to viral fame

If you spend time in downtown Louisville, you've probably heard the Belle of Louisville's calliope. → Read More

Shelbyville councilman looks to create new entertainment destination center

A plan is brewing in Shelbyville to attract more visitors and business long into the future. → Read More

Food insecurity remains a local issue despite economic recovery

When COVID-19 hit, and the country shut down, Louisville's food bank saw demand skyrocket. → Read More

Louisville Seminary signs contract to sell 25.5 acres of property next to Cherokee Park

The school won't disclose the price, the potential buyer, or their intentions for the property, because the sale isn't final just yet. → Read More

Cherokee Parkway to close for MSD sewer project

Starting April 12, drivers will be dealing with road closures on the access road near the roundabout down to Willow Drive. → Read More

Louisville man finds Jennifer Lawrence’s dad’s missing UofL class ring

They say one man's trash is another man's treasure, but when a Louisville man found an old ring in his attic, he never imagined it would connect with him with → Read More

Family, friends honor crash victims' legacies with foundation, scholarship

Loved ones are working to show it's possible something positive can come from such deep loss. → Read More

Kentucky leaders express outrage over treatment of National Guard in Washington

Lt. Col. Stephen Martin with the Kentucky National Guard said he believes most Kentucky guardsmen slept in hotels when they were off duty. → Read More

Shelbyville offering incentives for businesses to open downtown

The city is looking to create an occupational tax rebate program to stimulate job growth. → Read More