Hundreds of people ran out of the stadium in a panic, others hid under bleachers and the game was stopped after a middle school student shouted someone had a gun at the Frederick Douglass game in Lexington on Friday night.
Believe it or not, school in Fayette County starts in just under three weeks. With that comes a new milestone for the district, the opening of the county's sixth public high school and for the first time Friday, journalists got a tour.
Lexington's new public high school has a name. The Fayette County school board voted Monday to name it after Frederick Douglass, the former slave who became a crusader against slavery, before and during the Civil War.