Sara Wagner, WHAS11 News

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WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Sara:

Dream donation leads to marvelous mystery

Joyce Ellis and her quilting club recently received 120 blankets from a stranger and desperately want to find her to say thank you. Can you help? → Read More

Therapy dog becomes Tuesday tradition for New Albany nursing home

Rudy and his mom, Lori, started their service about seven years ago. She wanted a distraction after overcoming cancer, and the rest is history. → Read More

Facebook post inspires sweet surprise for cadet

Stationed overseas, Amy Hayes knew she couldn't make it to her son's graduation. She made a simple request and received quite the result. → Read More

Charlestown teachers spend summer making murals

Several teachers and staff have spent a lot of time turning the halls, walls, and stalls from drab to fab. → Read More

UP celebrates one year serving women & children

From coffee to computers to case management, the nonprofit knows how to serve, and the numbers speak for themselves. → Read More

Backside book shines new light on community cornerstone

It's called 'Better Lucky Than Good: Tall Tales and Straight Talk from the Backside of the Track' and features 33 authors. → Read More

Veterans bring skills, stories to national spotlight

They come from every corner of the country to play in the National Veterans Wheelchair Games, and this week, it's in Louisville. → Read More

Iroquois Park history on display with free walking tours

There are three different tours and each one highlights a unique part of the park. → Read More

LMAS surprised by lower holiday intake

This Fourth of July, the agency picked up nine dogs. Last year, it took in twelve. → Read More

Pekin party holds national record for Fourth of July festivities

The tradition is now 189 years old. Organizers said it started in 1830 as family picnics and eventually moved over to what's now Pekin Park. → Read More

Jeffersonville mayor’s dog becomes City Hall staple

Puddin is a fixture at most meetings and makes her daily rounds to different offices in the building. → Read More

Congress awards highest honor to three Louisville youth

The Congressional Gold Medal Award started in 1979. 538 students from around the country earned the honor this year. → Read More

Table of Plenty fills stomachs & souls

It offers a free lunch to anyone who wants or needs it on the last Wednesday of every month. → Read More

Unique camp helps teens help others

The campers are paired up with four project partners who each have a different disability. → Read More

Fern Creek gives seniors 'Adulting 101' crash course

From financial literacy to food preparation, the team at Fern Creek has really thought of it all. → Read More

Indiana teacher counts down school year with goofy costumes

Charlestown Middle and High School teacher Nate Hayden celebrates the last 10 days of the year with a different silly costume. → Read More

Graduation season brings senior stories of inspiration

Many have overcome all sorts of obstacles to make it to this milestone. → Read More

JCPS seniors surprised with employee-funded scholarships

Dr. Pollio launched the fund this year, and teachers donated nearly $50,000. → Read More

Brotherly bond on full display with soldier surprise

It's been nearly a year since the Cruz brothers have seen each other. → Read More

Jet skis available at Waterfront Park this summer

The Yamaha WaveRunners provided by Brochin Expeditions have 160 horsepower, going from 0 to 70 miles per hour in just four seconds. → Read More