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Past articles by Tre:

Louisville business owner offers cash reward to help find alleged theft suspects

A local business owner is offering a cash reward to help find the two people who were caught on camera stealing out of his truck. → Read More

Multiple storage units in New Albany hit during overnight thefts

Police say someone broke into Red Dot Storage on Unruh Court in New Albany sometime between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. → Read More

Man sues LMPD claiming racial bias following traffic stop in west Louisville

A Louisville man is suing the Louisville Metro Police Department claiming racial bias following a traffic stop in west Louisville. → Read More

LMPD's Chief Conrad apologizes after controversial comments about department's morale

During a Metro Council meeting Conrad addressed the trend of officers leaving his department. → Read More

Families return to apartment complex after fire left 30 people displaced

Families are being allowed to return to their apartments after a fire left dozens displaced. → Read More

7th annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards honors life, legacy of 'The Greatest'

An annual event celebrates people from around the world while also remembering the legacy of the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali. → Read More

9-year-old, mother struck by car during drive-by shooting, LMPD says

Police told WLKY that the incident happened on Wilson Avenue and 21st Street in the Park Hill neighborhood around 12:30 p.m. Sunday. → Read More

Family of man found killed in Parkland travels hundreds of miles for answers

A heartbreaking reunion was made as the family of Louisville's latest homicide was brought together from hundreds of miles away to search for answers in his case. → Read More

Survivor of deadly mass shooting in Cincinnati hosts event to address gun violence

A Louisville woman hosted an event aimed at fighting against gun violence, exactly one-year after surviving a mass shooting in Cincinnati. → Read More

Residents plan to take action after string of car break-ins happens in Iroquois Heights

Residents are planning to take action after a string of car break-ins happened in their neighborhood. → Read More

Clarksville house fire sends firefighter to the hospital, displaces family

A house fire in southern Indiana sent a firefighter to the hospital and displaced a family. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian impacts travel plans at Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport

Hurricane Dorian is causing travel delays, but flights to and from Miami were still scheduled when WLKY visited the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport on Monday. → Read More

Authorities searching for men caught on camera breaking into Bullitt County home

Authorities in Bullitt County are looking for two men who broke into a home. → Read More

Homeless shelter at Scottsburg Church closes due to code violations

A church that operated the only shelter in Scott County will close its doors to the homeless Friday morning. → Read More

Pregnant woman forced to shoot ex-lover during violent ride with toddler in car, police say

A pregnant mother described the moments leading up to when police say she was forced to shoot her ex-boyfriend during a frightening ride through Louisville with their 1-year-old son in the car. → Read More

JCPS board gives update on security measures, search for security resource officers

The JCPS board gave an update at Tuesday's meeting on its plans to create its own security team to keep its schools safe. → Read More

Suspicious trailer fire in Scott County leaves mother of 2 without home

A Scott County trailer under construction was burned to the ground under what Indiana authorities believe were suspicious circumstances. → Read More

Gun control advocates put senate members on hot seat during rally in Louisville

A local group is calling for changes in gun laws following recent mass shootings. → Read More

Teenager accused of setting fire to home in Floyds Knobs, leaving family with severe burns

A Floyd County teenager will be charged as an adult after he allegedly set fire to his family's home, leaving his parents severely burned. → Read More

Arson suspected at home owned by sole suspect in Crystal Rogers' disappearance

Bardstown fire officials are conducting an arson investigation after a house owned by a man who was once connected to a high-profile disappearance case was burned to the ground. → Read More