Tag : Kentucky

Stephen Kyle Goodlett

Teens/Young Adults  6 January '17

Kentucky Principal Admits Seizing Students' Phones To Get Nude Photos To Trade Online

A Kentucky principal, who is now fired, admitted that he took the phones of students to get nude photos.

Rash of Violence Plagues Holiday Weekend

Toddler  19 October '16

Abducted 4-Year-Old Girl Rebecca Lewis Rescued Thanks To Heroic Tennessee Hospital Assistant

Kaytlin Brown, a clinical assistant at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, saw Rebecca Lewis and her alleged kidnapper, West Hogs, while she was walking down a hallway at the hospital on Oct. 10. Brown saw Lewis’ photo in an AMBER Alert poster via Facebook moments before seeing the child with Hogs in the hospital.

Snacking Kids

Celebrity Daddy(Soft News)  3 October '16

'Hunger Games' Forcefully Played By Kids: 'Smack For A Snack' Run In A Kentucky Day Care

Children placed under New Creation Child Care are complaining about "Smack For A Snack," a game in which the staff members swat the kids in exchange of yogurt.

Snacking Kids

Early Learning  3 October '16

Would You Care For A Snack? Day Care Center Under Investigation After Making Children Play 'Smack For A Snack' Game

A Kentucky day care is under investigation after employees let children get smacked before they get their snacks.

The Fault In Our Stars

Health/Nutrition  12 September '16

Real-Life 'Fault In Our Stars' Couple: Confined In Different Hospitals, Dalton Tries To Get To Katie As Lung Transplant Did Not Work

"The Fault In Our Stars" real-life couple is reportedly taking a tragic turn in their relationship as Katie might pass away.

The Annual Notting Hill Carnival Celebrations 2013

K-12 Reform  29 July '16

High School Policy Banning Dreadlocks, Other Natural Hair Styles Of Blacks Raises Concern

A Kentucky high school's hair policy has raised eyebrows as it bans hair styles natural to African-Americans.

North Carolina Clashes With U.S. Over New Public Restroom Law

Politics  7 July '16

Thirteen-State Coalition Steps Up The Legal Fight Against Obama’s Transgender Bathroom Policy

The 13-state coalition has asked a federal court in Texas to stop the Obama transgender bathroom policy's enforcement while the lawsuit is ongoing. Texas AG Ken Paxton said the Obama administration is equating the term "sex" with "gender identity" in federal laws.


School  13 June '16

Kentucky's Science Test Undergoes Revision; Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt Wants Feds to Back Off

Kentucky's Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt wants the feds to back off on the changes that are being made in the state's science tests.

Ali's Girls

Sports  10 June '16

Mohammad Ali Burial Service Details Revealed: Will Smith to be One of the Pallbearers

Get a glimpse of Mohammed Ali's funeral details.

Muhammad Ali

Celebrity Dads  6 June '16

Muhamad Ali's Brother Rahaman Photographed Weeping During Memorial Service; Claims His Older Sibling Is An Angel

Muhamad Ali's passing had his brother Rahaman very emtional during his funeral service.

Longines Los Angeles Masters - Day 3

School  24 May '16

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Making Stronger Efforts In Helping Teachers Adapt To Common Core

The Gates Foundation promises to help school districts implement Common Core. The standards are proving to be challenging not just for students, but for teachers as well.

Scotland Prepares For Smoking Ban

Body  19 May '16

Americans Giving Up Smoking Can Cut The Country's Healthcare Spending By $63 Billion

Healthcare spending in the U.S. can be reduced if more people quit smoking. More than $60 billion can be saved from the country's healthcare costs if residents quit cigarettes.

Mentally Ill Continue To Live Under Harsh Conditions In Bali

Health/Nutrition  28 April '16

Mental Illness In The US: 5 States With Highest Rate Of Patients With Serious Mental Disorders

Find out which U.S. states have the biggest rates of residents suffering from serious mental health conditions.

Businessman Matt Bevin Challenges Senate Minority Leader McConnell In Primary Election

School  12 April '16

Kentucky Attorney General Sues Governor Over Education Budget Cuts

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear sued Governor Matt Bevin due to unapproved higher education funding cuts filed by the governor.

88th Annual Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon - Arrivals

News  16 February '16

Christmas Is Not Over For Jennifer Lawrence: Still Giving Away $2 Million To A Children's Hospital

The "Hunger Games" star, Jennifer Lawrence, is bent out on helping children as she is donating $2 million to a children's hospital in Kentucky.

The Silent Pandemic: Tackling Hepatitis C With Policy Innovation

Health/Nutrition  5 June '15

Hepatitis C Epidemic in Appalachia, HIV Threat Looming

It has been revealed by public health officials that rural Appalachia is on the brink of an HIV spread as the region struggles to cope with injection drug abuse and hepatitis C.

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