Robert Bradfield, WHAS11 News

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WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Watch: Woman loses wallet in Jacksonville Walmart, Good Samaritan drives to her Yulee home to return it

Doorbell video shows him approaching the home and ringing the bell saying, "Hey, how are you doing? I found your wallet at Walmart." → Read More

The Humane Society of Oldham County expanding services, looks to continue inmate dog training program

Sampson was trained by Benson and inmates at the Kentucky State Reformatory. The Camp K-9 program pairs dogs with those with physical challenges. → Read More

Budget cuts could affect role of 'interrupters' in fighting crime

Metro Council members faced the task of trimming the city's budget by $25 million. → Read More

Agencies worry about funding as Metro Council vote on budget Tuesday

The budget proposal also calls for the city's Youth Detention Services to be turned over to the state. → Read More

Neighbors voice concerns over restaurant's noise

One woman said the music coming from Parlour is loud enough to shake some of her neighbor's windows. → Read More

Weather, other factors force waterfront attraction operator to shut down business

Captain Brochin says the poor weather over the past several months, including river flooding sped up his decision to close down. → Read More

Prayer walk set for Saturday at weekend shooting scene

A prayer walk is scheduled this weekend at the site of one of 7 shootings over the weekend in Metro Louisville. → Read More

KSP: Man led police through downtown Louisville after shooting, hit and run

Kentucky State Police say it started after a trooper found a man who was wanted earlier this week in the parking lot of Hotel Louisville. → Read More

Neighborhood divided over application to open transitional home for women

Some neighbors are not happy about a non-profit's plan to legally convert a home into a transitional house for women escaping prostitution and human trafficking. → Read More

Recommendations given to solve street homelessness in Louisville

City officials have announced a new study. Will it decrease homelessness through Jefferson County? → Read More

Public doesn't trust LMPD, police chief says

The LMPD chief admits he doesn't have your trust and wants to make things right after several controversial traffic stops caught his attention. → Read More

Fallen LMPD officer's son gifted teddy bear made from her uniform

It was a handmade token of appreciation from the uniform of a fallen LMPD officer. → Read More

Tristan Ballinger set to graduate high school after severe head injury in late 2016

Doctors told his parents early on he had an uncertain future. → Read More

4 will serve prison time for scam targeting veterans

U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler called this one of the most despicable crimes he's seen during his career. → Read More

US Army nurse remembers the sacrifices of Vietnam veterans

"It was a privilege to be able to go," she said. → Read More

Parents worry removing SROs will threaten community programs

Parents are urging council members to back off a proposal that would remove 17 SROs from schools, saying SROs are often more than just an officer to students. → Read More

Victim remembered at prayer service following deadly house explosion

The community came together to remember Billy Phillips and offer prayers for his wife, Janet, who remains in the hospital. → Read More

Women take aim, empowered to learn gun safety

Women are stepping up to learn what it takes to be responsible gun owners. → Read More

Prosecutor: Deadly 1988 Carrollton bus crash paved way for tougher drunk driving laws

Several laws were changed since the deadly crash but more work needs to be done, according to a prosecutor. → Read More

Landmarks Commission approves Castleman statue removal from Cherokee Triangle

An appeal by the city to remove the Castleman statue in Cherokee Triangle was approved on May 9 by the city's landmark commission. → Read More