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News reporter at @WLKY. Gamecock. Wife of @photogratom. Mom to a puggle. New England native. Love the beach, turtles, & ice cream! RT not endorsement.

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Investigation into Shelby Park homicide continues

wlky.com — Homicide detectives continue to investigate a deadly shooting on Camp Street near Shelby Park. Police said they have not made any arrests in the case and don't know how many people they are looking for. The shooting was reported around 7 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Clay and Camp streets.

Results of GE fire investigation released, to be discussed at 1 p.m.

wlky.com — Nearly four months after the fire at GE's Appliance Park, fire officials release the results from the investigation into what went wrong. GE disputes the findings. Watch the 1 p.m. press conference live here The fire, which cause more than $50 million damage, is the largest-ever structure fire in Jefferson County, according to investigators.

Toddler hit by car in Valley Station making quick recovery

wlky.com — 2-year-old Renesmee Dale continues her recovery Monday after being run over by her grandmother's car. The child was rushed to Kosair Children's Hospital Friday night, after the accident on Horncastle Way in Valley Station. App users: tap here to watch video Family members said the 2-year-old is quickly recovering.
Jul 27, 2015

ICYMI: Two-year-old girl recovering after being run over by grandmother's car. wlky.com/news/toddler-h…

LMPD called to JCC after threatening note found

wlky.com — Video Transcript CONDUCT WAS UNPROFESSIONAL AND INAPPROPRIATE, SO PRICE WAS TE VICKI: IT WAS A TENSE AFTERNOON FOR PARENTS OF CAMPERS AT THE BOMB TECHNICIANS AND DOGS TOOK OVER THE BUILDING AFTER A THREAT WAS FOUND BY AN EMPLOYEE.
Jul 21, 2015

RT @WLKY: Video: LMPD called to JCC after threatening note found on.wlky.com/1LrCOV1

Police investigating shooting at 26th, Duncan streets

wlky.com — Police remain at the scene of a shooting at 26th and Duncan streets in Portland more than 12 hours after it was reported. MetroSafe confirms emergency crews were called to a report of a shooting around 11:40 p.m. Sunday. A friend of the victim said she heard three gunshots and saw a man running from the area.

Settlement reached after Army veteran says Metro Police harassed, wrongfully detained him

wlky.com — A settlement has been reached in the case of an Army veteran suing the Louisville Metro Police Department. The veteran said officers wrongfully detained and harassed him. Lt. Colonel Blake Settle was in mediation Friday, when the county attorney and Settle's lawyer came to an agreement in the case.

After a fire on Whiskey Row businesses getting back to normal

wlky.com — More than a week after flames destroyed three historic buildings on Whiskey Row, area businesses are getting back to normal. No one was hurt in the fire, and investigators say the fire was accidentally sparked by a blow-torch, being used by construction crews. The three buildings damaged in the fire are still filled with debris.

Neighbors on edge after shots fired at home

wlky.com — Neighbors in the Glen Hill Manor Drive area of Louisville are on edge after someone shot at a house several times Sunday night. No one was hurt, but neighbors say that doesn't ease their concerns. "It was just boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.

New information released in Old Louisville fire investigation

wlky.com — One week after flames tore through a building in Old Louisville, more information on the investigation has been released. Arson investigator Maj. Henry Ott said that the sister of a man who was pulled from the second floor by firefighters said the man has died from his injuries.
Jul 09, 2015

A third person has died after last week's deadly fire in #OldLouisville. Here's my report from 5pm m.wlky.com/news/new-infor…

New Indiana driving laws aim to keep drivers safe

wlky.com — There are several new laws in Indiana, and many of them have to do with driving. Police say the changes are intended to keep people safe on the roads. One of the changes is that drivers younger than 21 cannot use their phone while driving, unless they are dialing 911.
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Jul 30, 2015

Coroner says Garfield Webb Jr. died of multiple gunshot wounds.

Jul 30, 2015

JUST IN: Coroner has identified the victim of last night's shooting on Camp St as Garfield Webb Jr., 24.

Jul 30, 2015

RT @StephanieOnWLKY: SWAT stand off on the 18000 block of Waycross Ave. in Jeff. Cty. Started after a robbery in Bullitt Cty. @WLKY pic.twitter.com/fUiSbNrLAG

Jul 30, 2015

The coroner has not told us the name of the victim. Police say the man was shot multiple times and died at the scene.

Jul 30, 2015

Police say they have not made any arrests in last night's deadly shooting on Camp St. Still working to determine how many people involved.

Jul 30, 2015

RT @WLKYLexyScheen: Tyson is a lost dog from Florida who was found in Ky! Can you help him get home? The whole story on @WLKY at 5:30! pic.twitter.com/IOrCxgKQft

Jul 30, 2015

At noon on @WLKY: I'll have an update on last night's deadly #shooting at the intersection of Camp and Clay Streets.

Jul 30, 2015

@shrugs2u Can you give me some more info on Dorian? Where was he last seen?



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