Content Tagged 'Sandy Hook'

KSP: Driver Crashes Trying To Avoid Pothole
State Police said a 78-year old Sandy Hook woman lost control of her vehicle as she swerved to avoid a pothole in Rowan County.
Law Enforcement Practices School Shooting Response
With students volunteering, local law enforcement practices responding to a school with an active shooter inside Video Video
Sandy Hook Woman Killed In Car Accident
State Police said Charli Wright, 26, of Sandy Hook, was killed Tuesday afternoon when the SUV she was driving left KY 32 east of Morehead and struck a rock embankment.
Silent Alarms Donated To Pulaski County Schools
Modern Systems, a security company in Somerset, donated silent alarms to every school in Pulaski County to help prevent tragedies like the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. Video Video
Lancaster Man Creates T-Shirts In Support Of Sandy Hook Victims
After the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Terry Graves said he wanted to do something to give back. So Graves had 200 T-Shirts printed by “Hands on Originals” with his own money to honor the victims and their families. Video Video
How to Observe a Moment of Silence on Your Website
From webmomentofsilence.org
Could A Bulletproof Backpack Keep Your Kids Safer?
We test out the bulletproof claims of a Kentucky made product Video Video
Kentucky Cutting School Safety Funding
Over the last 5 years, the state cut funding for school safety 58%
Teenager Arrested In Sandy Hook Burglary
State Police said Brian Olson II, 18, of Sandy Hook, is accused of breaking into a woman's home.
Police: 27 Dead At Connecticut Elementary School; 1 Other Dead
Preliminary reports indicate a mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut could be the second deadliest in U.S. history.
Officials Discuss Kentucky Schools' Safety Procedures
In light of the school shooting in Connecticut, officials spoke about how Kentucky schools prepare for similar circumstances. Video Video
Expert: No Link Between Asperger's And Violence
The Newtown, CT shooter reportedly had Asperger's Disorder, but an expert says that did not make him more prone to violence Video Video
US gives $3.1 million for Newtown school recovery
The U.S. Department of Education has announced it's awarding another $3.1 million to Newtown schools to help students and staff in their continuing recovery from the December 2012 shooting deaths of 20 children and six educators.
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