Police in eastern Kentucky say they are investigating after the same graffiti---the letters "KKK"-- were found on all of the stop signs in one Bell County neighborhood. Police Chief Charles Matthews says officers are searching for the people responsible.
Chief Matthews told WYMT television that the letters are usually associated with the Ku Klux Klan, but authorities aren't sure whether that group is responsible. He says the letters may have been put on the signs by vandals.
Pregnant women considering inducing labor to have a New Year's Day baby may want to reconsider. The Tennessee Department of Health warns that inducing labor to make the delivery date arrive more quickly for special days, such as holidays or birthdays, can cause birth defects.
A new program in Louisville aims to help teens have healthy relationships. National statistics show one in three teens will experience emotional or physical violence while dating. And according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, teens that experience dating violence are more likely to do poorly in school, binge drink, attempt suicide and get into fights.
Officials at Western Kentucky University say a student who jumped from a sixth-floor window of a residence hall has died.
WKU officials told WBKO-TV that 19-year-old Benjamin Gogins of Illinois died Tuesday at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville.
The freshman jumped from the window at Pearce Ford Tower early Saturday morning. Emergency crews found him still breathing and he was flown to Vanderbilt.
Campus police are investigating, but have found no evidence that drugs or alcohol were involved.
WKU says the dorm has quarter-inch thick-tempered glass windows and a safety mechanism that only allows them to open three inches. However, police say the glass was broken in the window that the student jumped from.
The last remaining Democrat in Kentucky's congressional delegation says he's willing to take on the gun lobby pushing for legislation aimed at reducing gun violence in a country grieving over the massacre in a Connecticut school.
An emotion-choked U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth apologized Monday for being mostly silent about gun violence.