Tyler Emery, Local 24 News

Tyler Emery

Local 24 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Tyler:

WATCH | Police release body cam rescue footage of suspected kidnapping

Body cam footage shows officers rescuing a young girl from a suspected kidnapping. Video also shows the arrest of Robby Wildt, who is being held on a $1M bond. → Read More

NAACP, City holding COVID-19 testing, vaccine clinic in Chickasaw Park

Officials with the NAACP say they will host the event and will also offer testing at the location. → Read More

'We need more people.' LMPD short 241 officers amid rise in violence

LMPD said it isn't just down 241 sworn officers but over 300 also including civilian employees. → Read More

Bullitt County Fair sees large crowds but few vendors

After a year of virtually no events, crowds are filling back up at county fairs. → Read More

Louisville woman, infant lucky to be alive after driver traveling wrong way hits vehicle near Cochran Hill Tunnel

Miranda Cecil was traveling in a vehicle with her daughter on I-64 when another motorist traveling the wrong way on the interstate hit the vehicle. → Read More

Kentucky boy nearly hit by falling tree: Video

Ethan Johnston was almost hit by a tree that fell at a home in South Louisville. His family said he's lucky to be alive. → Read More

JCPS celebrates end of school year, holds in-person graduation ceremonies

After an unprecedented school year amid a pandemic, seniors of JCPS are rounding out their time in high school with in-person graduation ceremonies. → Read More

Protesters march after no charges filed in David McAtee's death

A group of protesters marched Wednesday night from Jefferson Square Park headed towards 26th and Broadway, where David McAtee was killed nearly a year ago. → Read More

Louisville community remembers Sergeant Kyle Adams

A candlelight vigil was held in honor of Sgt. Kyle Adams Monday night outside the Fern Creek fire station. → Read More

LMPD chief breaks down how Louisville's proposed budget would affect police, public safety

Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Erika Shields broke down how the city's budget will impact police and public safety in 2021. → Read More

Louisville venues welcome full capacity announcement

Gov. Andy Beshear announced Friday the state's capacity restrictions on indoor and outdoor events will be lifted June 11. → Read More

Mobile COVID-19 vaccine sites popping up around region to reach more people

“You just fill your name out on a sheet and then you’re good to go. I mean it’s really convenient," said one man who got his vaccine at the mobile clinic. → Read More

Derby weekend filled with violence, as city remains on pace for record-breaking homicides this year

Gun violence in the community didn't stop, despite it being on of the most high-profile weekends for Louisville. → Read More

'It's beginning to come back'

Louisville hotels have been bare since the pandemic, but a surge of business for Derby is bringing them hope. → Read More

DOJ holds first public meeting, officials say investigation into LMPD, city will 'get to the truth'

The Department of Justice held its first public community meeting virtually Wednesday night. → Read More

Cardinal Stadium COVID-19 vaccination site expanding hours this week as thousands of appointments go unfilled

"We'd love to see up to 4,000 to 5,000 people out here every day getting vaccinated," Associate Chief Medical Officer for UofL Health, Dr. Hugh Shoff, said. → Read More

'It was unbelievable honestly': Bullitt County youth football league missing thousands of dollars, warrant issued in the investigation

While kids were hitting the field for the Overdale Chiefs the last few months, money was disappearing from the program, the youth program and Bullitt County. → Read More

Metro Council to consider amending Louisville's homeless ordinance regarding camps near schools, daycare centers

The proposed amendment would allow homeless encampments adjacent to school or daycare property to be removed without the required 21 day notice. → Read More

Staffing struggle: Louisville restaurants face difficulty hiring workers as diners return

Stacy Roof with the Kentucky Restaurant Association said there could be many reasons behind the hiring struggle. → Read More

New video shows moment LMPD officer shot, killed unarmed man during traffic stop in 2019

New video shows the moments an LMPD officer shot and killed an unarmed man, D'Juantez Mitchell, during a traffic stop in May 2019. → Read More