Sherlene M. Shanklin, WHAS11 News

Sherlene M. Shanklin

WHAS11 News

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Sherlene:

Erasing the stigma of mental health in the African American community

Psychotherapist Gail Bibb, co-owner of Revive Counseling, works to get rid of the stigma of seeking help. → Read More

Mission to Marzz: Louisville's next R&B sensation is ready to take music by storm

R&B music is taking notice of this Bluegrass-bred songbird's sweet melodies. → Read More

Stargazing: Here's where you can find the celebrities in town for the Kentucky Derby

The greatest two minutes in sports brings everyone to the Derby City for a fun, action-packed weekend. Here are the parties where some of the celebrities will be. → Read More

'I would like to share him with everybody' | Volunteer brings candy, joy to Louisville children's hospital

Staff have coined Caleb Lammert the 'Candy Man' because of the sweets he shares while volunteering at the hospital. → Read More

Louisville writer uses personal story to write children's book about individuality, authenticity

Collins, a writer from Louisville, used his own experience with being bullied to write a children's book about being your true, authentic self. → Read More

Actress Robin Givens directing film in Louisville

Paid extras are needed for the Christmas film shoot scheduled for April 20 through 29. → Read More

How Indiana, Kentucky police used forensic genealogy to identify 'I-65 Killer'

Indiana State Police said Harry Edward Greenwell was responsible for sexually assaulting and killing at least three women at hotels in Kentucky and Indiana. → Read More

FBI, Indiana State Police identify suspected 'I-65 Killer'

The serial killer murdered multiple women in Kentucky and Indiana in the 1980s and 1990s. → Read More

FBI, Elizabethtown Police to make major announcement on 'I-65 Killer' cold cases

Multiple agencies will provide an update on the cold case investigations involving multiple murdered women in Kentucky and Indiana in the '80s and '90s. → Read More

Singer Bryson Tiller, baseball's Ken Griffey Jr. fuse culture, style in new clothing line

The new, limited collection will be called S24 X TRAPSOUL Capsule Collection. → Read More

Real superwomen don't wear capes | How a Louisville woman juggles business while helping others

Despite her long list of career accomplishments, Lynnie Meyer hopes that she is remembered for her passion and kindness for others. → Read More

'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' could spin into a windfall for Barnstable Brown Diabetes Center in Kentucky

Barnstable Brown Diabetes at Kentucky (UK) could be gifted $1M thanks to Celebrity Wheel of Fortune. That's if, celebrity NSYNC member Joey Fatone comes through. → Read More

The 411 | DCorey Johnson previews new music video, back to school events

The Bates Memorial Elementary student wowed with his rendition of the National Anthem and now his new song, “I Wanna Go Back To School” is ready to go. → Read More

JCPS student who went viral with National Anthem rendition wants to go 'Back to School' on new song

WHAS11’s Sherlene Shanklin first introduced Kentuckiana to D’Corey Johnson in April and since then, he’s received national attention for his amazing voice. → Read More

'Go make Louisville better': Adria Johnson becomes first Black president of Metro United Way

The Louisville native and Seneca grad will take over Aug. 1. → Read More

Olympic champion Wilma Rudolph’s family reflects on her legacy

With the Summer Olympics just weeks away, we're looking back at an athlete that changed track and field in the 60s. → Read More

Transitional home for female veterans dealing with PTSD, trauma to open near Lexington

Lady Veterans Connect will open transitional housing for women veterans who have experienced PTSD or any other trauma. → Read More

The Greatest of All Time: Remembering Muhammad Ali on the fifth anniversary of his death

Ali's caregiver shares fond memories of the champ. → Read More

Meet the ESL teacher who helps students transition into JCPS school instruction

Huanmei Wang was born in China and serves as an ESL teacher at Camp Taylor Elementary. → Read More

Meet the Nima Kulkarni, the first Indian American elected to Kentucky Legislature

After graduating from Atherton High School and the University of Louisville, Kulkarni left to attend law school in D.C. — but her time in Kentucky wasn't over yet. → Read More