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Recent articles by Hayley:

Answering your students questions about school safety

Louisville Doctor of Psychology shares guidance on discussing school shootings with students of all ages. → Read More

'He's kind of famous now', Mr. Man the comfort goat

Oaks day is all about the fillies!... and then, there's Mr. Man. → Read More

Spanish teacher at South Oldham High School wins ExCel Award

Mrs. Brittany Stevenson focuses on relationship building with her high school Spanish students. → Read More

Eighth inmate dies in Louisville Metro jail

A release from the city of Louisville said a man incarcerated at the jail was found unresponsive Sunday night and later died. His death is under investigation. → Read More

Science teacher at J. Graham Brown School wins ExCel Award

For the past 12 years, Dr. Mattingly has taught science at the Brown school. She's aided in building up the school's science department while energizing colleagues. → Read More

Scribner Middle School Orchestra Teacher wins ExCel Award

Emily Gallagher, an orchestra teacher at Scribner Middle School, knows her class offers students the opportunity to come as they are and leave more confident. → Read More

ExCel Award | Newburg Middle School orchestra director honored

For more than 20 years, Lisa Fossett has been a fixture of her Jefferson County Public School community. → Read More

ExCel Award | Okolona Elementary School teacher beloved by students

Laura Neuhauser, a fifth-grade teacher at Okolona Elementary, has created a respectful environment where students feel comfortable sharing their opinions. → Read More

Louisville teacher with lifelong dream to teach honored with ExCel Award

Every step along the way, Sarah Blatz has found ways to further her education. → Read More

An enslaved man became the hero of Springfield. Why don't you know his story?

In 1833, Louis Sansbury was thrown the keys to multiple businesses in Springfield, Ky. as people left in an attempt to escape the cholera epidemic. → Read More

ExCel Award | Newcomer Academy teacher honored

Our first award recipient of 2022 is Mr. Grant Bradfield, a teacher at Newcomer Academy, who always puts his students first. → Read More

Louisville daycare license suspended, under investigation for staffing violations

Police are also conducting a separate investigation into the death of a 13-month-old infant who was sent to the hospital from the facility on Dec. 16. → Read More

Drivers stuck on Clays Ferry Bridge, I-75 for hours due to snow

Brock Corder said he was commuting from Richmond to Lexington when he got stuck in traffic on I-75 due to winter weather. → Read More

Kentucky task force approves recommendations to limit when search warrants can be served

The approved recommendations include the creation of an online portal so people can learn their rights when served and limiting the hours warrants can be served. → Read More

Kentucky chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention receives TEGNA Foundation grant

Kentucky's chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention received a check for $5,000 Tuesday from WHAS11's parent company, TEGNA. → Read More

Louisville will soon be home to a new summer collegiate baseball team

Move over Savannah Bananas! The Louisville Jockeys are ready to dazzle their fans with contests, entertainment and their "Husky Jockey" charity race. → Read More

Kentucky leaders urge vaccinations as omicron variant hits US

During Gov. Beshear's weekly Team Kentucky briefing, the state leaders urged Kentuckians to get vaccinated to defend themselves against the omicron variant. → Read More

Jack Harlow announces five Louisville concert locations

Jack Harlow and his team have announced the locations of FIVE concerts for his 'No Place Like Home' tour. They're all scheduled for December. → Read More

Signs around Louisville hint at Harlow homecoming

Harlow is currently on his Creme de la Creme tour but didn't originally announce any Kentucky shows. Signs around Louisville hint at a homecoming. → Read More

The only National Labor Trafficking Conference in the country kicks off in Louisville

With so many human trafficking efforts focused on sex trafficking, organizers say it's important to make sure everyone knows the signs of labor trafficking, too. → Read More