‘People are hungry’: Indiana prosecutor puts food pantry in courthouse building Tuesday, Oct 19 2021 

Harrison County Prosecutor Otto Schalk found reform and recovery was too much to ask for, when many defendants don't know where they'll find their next meal.


‘Helpless’ Regis Woods residents left in limbo after violations cost facility its Medicare and Medicaid Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services terminated its agreement with the facility, citing non-compliance with federal requirements.


‘This whole property got forgotten’ | Mold, water damage, bed bugs and more at Louisville Public Housing complex Saturday, Oct 16 2021 

Residents of H. Temple Spears gave WHAS11 a tour of the unsanitary conditions at the public housing complex managed by Louisville Housing Authority.


Tim Stark absent from court hearing; held in contempt of court Tuesday, Oct 12 2021 

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


Closing the lifespan gap: How access to healthy food could impact life expectancy Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

It’s that absence of grocery stores in west Louisville that made Shauntrice Martin get her hands dirty, to give her community what she said it's needed for decades.


NCAA accuses Louisville, Mack of additional allegations Friday, Oct 1 2021 

University of Louisville said in a statement that it will respond to the new amendment after a thorough review.


‘His actions were unconscionable and depraved’: Woman finds out Louisville doctor inseminated her with his own sperm Thursday, Sep 30 2021 

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.


Girl dragged by school bus in 2015 demands safety upgrades Monday, Sep 27 2021 

Ally Rednour and her mother spoke with FOCUS about the incident in 2015 when the school bus door closed on her backpack and she was dragged.


FOCUS helps Louisville man save his home, get a job Friday, Sep 24 2021 

FOCUS brought the unemployment story of David Timmons in August and now after community support he started his first day at a local landscaping company.


Breonna Taylor case | Community members to rally one year after grand jury decision Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

A rally is scheduled at Jefferson Square Park to renew calls for justice for Breonna Taylor.


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