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Kentucky teacher accused of bullying again under probe

Kentucky high school teacher previously suspended for bullying and harassing students has been reassigned.

Menifee Co. high school to see increased law enforcement Monday

Deputies say it's in reference to alleged school bullying.

Facebook removes Alex Jones pages for hate, bullying

Facebook says it has taken down four pages belonging to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

WATCH: “It’s over now, stop the bullying” kick-off rally

People in Lexington have started a new movement, called "It's over now, stop the bullying," as part of the effort to do just that.

Kentucky school board sued over student’s beating

A lawyer for a student who was beaten at a Kentucky high school has filed a lawsuit seeking to raise awareness about bullying.

Day of Silence aims to raise awareness of LGBTQ bullying

Thousands of students around the country, including here in Central Kentucky, are expected to participate in the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)'s Day of Silence on Friday, April 21, 2017.

Many principals receive no training on anti-bullying polices

A new statewide survey shows that many school principals in Kentucky have received no training on how to carry out policies to prevent student bullying.

New allegations of sex-based bullying at LCHS

Amos Jones, the attorney representing two African-American students at Lexington Catholic High School who say they were subjected to racial discrimination, now says that four young women are also alleging civil rights violations at the school, including sexual bullying.

House passes bill to create statewide definition of bullying

A bill aimed at establishing a statewide definition of bullying in Kentucky's public schools is headed to Gov. Matt Bevin after clearing the state General Assembly.

Bill advances to create statewide definition of bullying

A bill aimed at establishing a statewide definition of bullying in Kentucky's public schools is headed toward the state House after clearing a committee.

Kentucky court rules in school bullying case

A Kentucky family that sued to hold teachers and school administrators liable for a student's suicide over alleged bullying has lost its appeal to the state Supreme Court.

Lincoln Co. BOE attorney: Bullying lawsuit should be dismissed

A Lexington attorney representing the Lincoln Co. Board of Education says a lawsuit accusing the school system of failing to adequately protect a bullied middle school student should be dismissed.

Scott Co. students “Mojo Up” to take on bullying

Scott Co. students are staying serious about preventing bullying, thanks to some inspiration from a nationally known speaker.

Parents of slain Wyoming student to participate in forum

The parents of a 21-year-old gay Wyoming college student who was tortured and killed nearly 20 years ago visited with high school students in Lexington.

Students recognized for videos against bullying

Two Eastside Technical Center students in Lexington picked up honorable mentions for their video productions against bullying.

Kentucky Supreme Court reviews school bullying case

The Kentucky Supreme Court has heard arguments in a case delving into whether teachers and school administrators can be found negligent for the suicide of a bullied student.

School bullying task force ready for first meeting

A state task force designed to address bullying in schools will hold its first meeting this week.

October Designated as Anti-Bullying Month

October has been chosen as Anti-Bullying Month, as passed by the Kentucky Senate. However, it wasn't lawmakers who came up with the bill.

Third Arrest Made In Bullying Case

Christian Greenlee has been arrested in connection to a bullying case that police say led a Tates Creek High School student to attempt suicide.

Reported Bullying Incident Sparks Discussion

A reported bullying incident that police say lead a student to attempt suicide incited Fayette County School administrators to speak out against harassment.

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