Big Momma’s Soul Kitchen prepares to say goodbye to west Louisville Friday, Oct 15 2021 

Jessie Green opened her restaurant on West Broadway nearly two decades ago. She's fed thousands in the community but said it's time to retire.

        

Where you can get a mammogram for free in Kentucky Thursday, Oct 14 2021 

Mammograms save lives - they help doctors detect problems in breast tissue, often years before a patient has any physical symptoms.

        

WHAS11, KHS raise more than $20,000 for Kentuckiana animals Thursday, Oct 14 2021 

Every penny of those donations will go toward making sure animals get the best care until they find their forever homes.

        

Louisville organization hosts conference focused on identifying, stopping labor trafficking Thursday, Oct 14 2021 

With so many human trafficking efforts focused on sex trafficking, organizers say it's important to make sure everyone knows the signs of labor trafficking, too.

        

Louisville family finds connection with animals and humans through KHS foster program Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

Paige Hagan spent weeks persuading her family to foster pets through the Kentucky Humane Society, so they could share love with animals in need.

        

‘I’m so glad I can do it.’ | Retired foster dad donates suitcases to foster children Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

The 77-year-old was a foster parent for 20 years and saw a lot of children show up to his home with their personal belongings in garbage bags.

        

Gun violence top concern during forums addressing public safety in Louisville Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

On Tuesday night, Metro Council leaders hosted two town hall meetings addressing safety concerns -- one at UofL's Shelby campus and the other in the Highlands.

        

UofL’s campus police warning students, staff to stay alert following incidents of ‘armed and dangerous’ sexual predator Tuesday, Oct 12 2021 

Police are warning the campus community after a woman was physically and sexually assaulted at the Retreat at Louisville apartments over the weekend.

        

Lawsuit: Fired Metro Corrections major sues to get job reinstated Tuesday, Oct 12 2021 

Major William Ashby was suspended and later fired over an email he sent to staff saying jail leadership had failed its officers.

        

Police investigate after carjacking in Oldham County Tuesday, Oct 12 2021 

Police said the incident happened Sunday morning at the Circle K on West Highway 146 in Crestwood.

        

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