Pop-up COVID-19 test sites run by known fraudsters in Louisville Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

The group has been seen selling cell-phones and DNA testing to low-income populations in the past.


GE Appliance Park factory workers fear COVID-19 is spreading Wednesday, Apr 1 2020 

Factory workers we interviewed tell WHAS11 News they believe every building should be closed, because their lives are more important than appliances.


GE Appliance Park reopens Monday, Mar 30 2020 

Workers at GE's Appliance Park facility are back at work, but say they still don’t feel safe.


‘This is something that none of us have ever faced’: Local businesses impacted by pandemic Thursday, Mar 19 2020 

Kentuckians want to know how to get unemployment benefits and how to get small business loans amidst coronavirus pandemic.


‘Let’s celebrate!’ Healthcare workers applaud efforts to protect them from violence Friday, Mar 13 2020 

For months, FOCUS has been investigating how healthcare workers in Kentucky are demanding help, saying they’re getting attacked by their own patients.


State officials access Wildlife in Need property for first in inspection in 3 years Friday, Mar 6 2020 

The Indiana Attorney General’s Office was granted access to inspect the animals, their habitats, documents and any locations related to animal care.


‘I am not an animal abuser’ Wildlife In Need owner Tim Stark takes on AG office, former volunteers in court Friday, Feb 28 2020 

The court documents say the State believes Stark will continue to abuse and dispose of animals and misappropriate assets if a preliminary injunction is not entered.


Is there radon in Louisville’s public housing? FOCUS tested for the radioactive gas Thursday, Feb 20 2020 

“Here in Kentucky we’re over a cave system,” Kyle Hoylman, managing partner of Protect Environmental, said. “This is a radon hotbed.”


Offenders have died, re-offended in the first 60 days since their release by former Gov. Bevin Tuesday, Feb 18 2020 

More than half of the inmates released by Matt Bevin were low-level drug offenders.


60 days out | A look into the lives of those pardoned by former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin Monday, Feb 17 2020 

Before he left office, former Republican Governor Bevin handed out about 600 commutations and pardons.


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