UofL researchers track delta variant with wastewater testing Friday, Jul 30 2021 

Our cameras are the first to go inside a University of Louisville lab using wastewater to track the spread of one of the most contagious strands of COVID-19.

        

Louisville therapist inspired by man’s story offers free help Wednesday, Jul 21 2021 

“It spoke to me, it really did," said Louisville therapist David Ianke, who watched Kevin Burch's interview on WHAS11.

        

Kentucky’s incarcerated population held hostage by identity theft Friday, Jul 16 2021 

More than 4,500 false tax returns were filed in the U.S. in 2019, using inmates' Social Security numbers to claim more than $14 million in refunds.

        

Why are lawmakers trying to prevent transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports? Tuesday, Jul 13 2021 

A record number of anti-transgender bills relating to school sports were filed in 36 states in 2021.

        

Suicide crisis call line stretched thin in Kentucky Tuesday, Jun 22 2021 

Experts say crisis call centers are critically important, helping people connect with potentially life-saving resources.

        

‘It’s no kids game’: Law enforcement cracks down on laser pointing Thursday, Jun 17 2021 

Kentucky had 181 laser strikes in 2020, with 73 of them reported in Louisville.

        

How driver’s license suspensions hurt people trying to turn life around Friday, Jun 11 2021 

"That is the closest I have come to not having my freedom,” Harrison County Prosecutor Otto Schalk said, "It just wasn't practical."

        

‘I think it needs to be made a higher priority’: LMPD officer talks hate crimes and biggest investigation barriers Tuesday, Jun 8 2021 

Paula Vasan speaks exclusively to LMPD’s public information officer about how they’re addressing hate crimes, and what they see as their biggest barriers.

        

‘There’s a lot we can do better’ | Animal advocates hope proposed bill will expose more animal cruelty cases Monday, Jun 7 2021 

"We're not going to stop trying to make the world a better place for animals in Kentucky,” Mychell Lawson, founder and president of Kentucky Animal Action, said.

        

‘I didn’t know what I was signing’ | The fight for transparency among nursing homes Thursday, Jun 3 2021 

Nursing home residents and their families say there’s a document they received during the admissions process they wish they hadn't signed—an arbitration agreement.

        

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