Carolyn Bryant Donham: Will Emmett Till accuser face charges? Friday, Jul 1 2022 

The family of lynched teen, Emmett Till, is demanding an arrest after an unserved warrant was discovered, 66 years later.

        

After losing two children to cancer, family deals with rare childhood condition for third time Sunday, Jun 26 2022 

Thomas John Borja is doing all he can to live the life of a 7-year-old, despite spending a lot of time away from his Salem home while fighting a rare form of cancer.

        

‘This is a safe option’: Fireworks return to Waterfront Park for Fourth of July Wednesday, Jun 22 2022 

Thousands of visitors have enjoyed the fireworks since they started in 1998. Other activities planned include face painting and balloon art.

        

‘Handle the hard conversations’: Doctors urge parents discuss gun safety with kids on National ‘ASK’ Day Tuesday, Jun 21 2022 

Firearms have now passed cars as the most common cause of injury death in children and young people, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

        

Governor’s Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee meets for first time Monday, Jun 20 2022 

The 17-member committee will host four public town halls across the state, then report back to Gov. Andy Beshear with their findings and recommendations.

        

Kentucky Exposition Center welcomes dinosaurs, dragons this summer Friday, Jun 10 2022 

Replicas that stand over 28 feet tall and more than 60 feet long are scheduled to appear at the Kentucky Exposition Center on June 18-19.

        

PHOTOS: 69th Annual WHAS Crusade for Children Sunday, Jun 5 2022 

Here's a look at some of the action during this year's telethon that supports special needs children across Kentucky and southern Indiana.

        

‘Going to a great cause’: Firefighters collect final donations for 69th WHAS Crusade for Children Saturday, Jun 4 2022 

Between drive-through posts, roadblocks and door-to-door fundraising, fire departments across the WHAS11 viewing area made a last push hours ahead of the telethon.

        

‘The Crime Catalyst’: Carjacking criminals are most often Louisville’s youth Thursday, Jun 2 2022 

Many of the criminals in these traumatizing incidents are under the age of 18 and use stolen vehicles as a catalyst for other violent crimes, LMPD data shows.

        

Louisville native’s artwork sold to fund UofL scholarship for women Saturday, May 28 2022 

Mary Craik started working with fiber art in her 60s. Many of her pieces are political, and some are hanging in the U.S. Embassy in Quito, Ecuador.

        

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