Shay McAlister, WHAS11 News

Shay McAlister

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent:
  • WHAS11 News
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • WBIR Channel 10
Past:
  • WLTX
  • ksdk.com
  • WFAA TV
  • wusa9
  • WWL-TV
  • KING 5 News

Recent articles by Shay:

Tim Stark absent from court hearing; held in contempt of court

Stark was set to appear before an Indianapolis judge on Tuesday, but he asked for a delay. → Read More

'His actions were unconscionable and depraved': Woman finds out Louisville doctor inseminated her with his own sperm

One woman was shocked to find out her fertility doctor was the biological father of one of her children. Now, she's pushing for laws to make fertility fraud illegal. → Read More

'His actions were unconscionable and depraved': Woman finds out doctor inseminated her with his own sperm

One woman was shocked to find out her fertility doctor was the biological father of one of her children. Now, she's pushing for laws to make fertility fraud illegal. → Read More

Parents raise concerns over proposal to merge Nelson County middle and high schools

While some believe it is the right move for students in smaller schools with fewer resources, others argue the idea is built on serving certain students. → Read More

Sherry Ballard hopes FBI can 'actually find Crystal' amid new searches

FBI Louisville said agents are searching property in the Woodlawn Springs subdivision, a neighborhood where Houck Rentals owns houses. → Read More

Dainty Festival: How a cherished tradition in Schnitzelburg continues more than 50 years

The contest was first introduced to Louisville by German immigrants in the 1800s. → Read More

Embattled Wildlife in Need owner auctions off items on property

Months after Tim Stark's property was seized by the state, he returned to the Charlestown, Indiana property to sell items left at the animal sanctuary. → Read More

The Vault | A quick history of Louisville Slugger Museum's opening

The museum said they have seen more than 4 million guests, including politicians, world famous athletes and even ordinary people marking major milestones. → Read More

FBI continues to uncover new information in Crystal Rogers case

The FBI says they are continuing to uncover information into the disappearance of the Bardstown mom. → Read More

Seeking justice for Ada Doss Campbell 80 years after her death

In 1940 at Central State Hospital, Ada Doss Campbell took her final breath. Nearly eight decades later, a family member is desperate to give Campbell a voice. → Read More

'Our goal is to disrupt the shooting cycle': Inside the ATF, an agency dedicated to stopping gun violence in Louisville

SIC Shawn Morrow said the ATF is being more strategic, relying on crime gun intelligence and utilizing science and technology to guide their investigations. → Read More

The Vault: Traditions live on the day after the Kentucky Derby

What happens the day after the pomp and circumstance of America's greatest two minutes in sports? The Vault takes a look at the post-Derby traditions. → Read More

The Vault: The Royals visits to Kentucky over the years

Queen Elizabeth first visited Kentucky in 1986, checking out the many thoroughbreds the Bluegrass had to offer. → Read More

Kentucky Boy Scout troop asking for help finding stolen trailer

Boy Scout Troop 380, based in Louisville, said someone stole the secured trailer from the parking lot of St. Patrick's Catholic Church overnight. → Read More

The Vault: Decades of Easter traditions in Kentucky and Indiana

Traditional services weren't the only way people in Kentuckiana celebrated the Christian holiday. → Read More

Inside the System: Working to improve addiction recovery programs

FOCUS followed Schalk’s journey as he signed up for probation in January. In February, he worked his way through a system that often comes with a stigma. → Read More

'I'm not losing anything because I'm not getting anything': Sherry Ballard speaks out on fight for grandson

The mother of missing Bardstown woman Crystal Rogers was recently denied visitation with her grandson, who lives with his father Brooks Houck. → Read More

The Vault: Revisiting past St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Kentuckiana

From the blessing of the beer to the wearing of green to the St. Patrick’s Parade – it’s a full-on experience. → Read More

'I want the public to help fight for me': Sherry Ballard plans rally after visitation rights denied

Judge Stephen Hayden denied Ballard visitation rights following a lengthy custody case between Ballard and Brooks Houck, the child's father and primary guardian. → Read More

1971 WHAS-TV documentary exposed corruption in Louisville

It was a bombshell two-hour report airing 50 years ago on WHAS11, exposing allegations of illegal gambling and prostitution with city officials receiving kickback. → Read More