Ana Rivera, WHAS11 News

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WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Ana:

Big wins for Kentucky women following primary elections

Across party lines, there were big wins for women who were running for office in Kentucky. → Read More

Opioid forum brings community together

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear says Kentucky is one of the hardest hit states in the country--with the third highest mortality rate. 11 at 11's Ana Rivera spoke with Beshear and those affected by the epidemic. → Read More

Teachers and principals stand up for JCPS

Parents, teachers, and principals are standing up for Jefferson County Public Schools. Just days before a year-long state audit is set to be released. → Read More

Nearby residents unhappy with proposed Topgolf site

Residents who live near Oxmoor Center aren't too happy with plans of a proposed Topgolf site. → Read More

Metro Council supports medical cannabis

In a 20-4 vote, Metro Council passed a resolution in support of the legalization of medical cannabis in Kentucky. This comes after a series of town hall events allowed for public input. → Read More

Bevin, Trump advisers hold West Louisville meeting

Dr. Scott and some of President Trump's Urban Revitalization Coalition visited Caudill Seed on 15th street to present a 13-point urban revitalization plan. → Read More

'Most Outstanding Player' reacts to NCAA decision

Luke says they are memories he'll cherish forever, whether there's a banner hanging at the Yum! Center or not. → Read More

Police: 1 dead, another injured in S. Barbee Way shooting

Police say one man is dead with another transported to the hospital after a shooting in the 700 block of S. Barbee Way Monday. → Read More

Public Art Committee meets after recent vandalism

"No matter what side of the issue you're on, your voice will be heard. That's why we're here," said Cathy Shannon, Public Art and Monuments Advisory Committee. → Read More

Charlestown residents protest at City Council meeting

“The group that's here has protested everything we've done and the lack of transparency is always used if they don't get their way,” Mayor Bob Hall said. → Read More

Residents call for club in Parkland neighborhood to be shut down

“It's kind of intimidating, you know. Motorcycle men are kind of intimidating with all the leather and chaps and stuff like that." → Read More

Proposed development near the Parklands upsets homeowners

The Oakland Hills Subdivision is surrounded by the Parklands of Floyds Fork. → Read More

Preps for winter weather already underway

Ready or not, the winter weather is coming and experts say now is the time to prepare. → Read More

Radcliff police looking for help after 20 business burglaries

Radcliff Police Chief Jeff Cross and investigators have been pouring over surveillance videos from each of the businesses. → Read More

LMPD cuts training time for new officers

In the past, once officers graduated from the academy they would spend 24 weeks shadowing an experienced officer. The department has now cut that to only 16 weeks. → Read More

Stolen LMPD cruiser recovered

Police said the black Ford Taurus was stolen from an officer's home on Tuesday. Police would not get into specifics but tell us there was police equipment in the vehicle. → Read More

What to expect in Kentucky's 2018 legislative session

I think we're at a crossroads in our state. This current 2018 session is probably one of the more significant sessions that I can remember in my lifetime, said Rep. James Tipton. → Read More

Two widows running for same House seat, once held by late husbands

Since Linda and Rebecca have already been chosen by their respective parties, they can now start fundraising and campaigning. → Read More

Goodwill Plans to demolish apartments, build new store on Shelbyville Rd

On Wednesday, Goodwill closed the deal on this property, 103 Marshall Drive. → Read More

Popular Bardstown amphitheater closes, receives community support

“We're deeply saddened and very angry to be in this situation. We feel like we've worked very hard to avoid this day,” said Warren, Stephen Foster Drama Association. → Read More