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Tonight at 11: Popular house, worried parents

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Jefferson County Public Schools sent a letter home with Brandeis Elementary School students today concerning a WAVE 3 News investigation airing tonight at 11:00.

After a man was shot to death in December a half-block from Brandeis in the middle of West Kentucky Street, WAVE 3 News anchor John Boel began taking a closer look at what's going on in that neighborhood. What John recorded is disturbing. Police say it appears to be a dangerous drug house that's already been busted once this year for felony drug trafficking. John also confronted the man at the center of busy activity at the home.

Parents of Brandeis students know what's in John's investigation because they just received a letter about it from JCPS.

When a drug dealer is repeatedly busted -- most recently in a house close to a public school -- when do things stop?

Tonight at 11:00, see John's hidden camera video and reaction from everyone affected by it.

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