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The district says the Frederick Douglass incident led the six high schools agreeing to safety changes.
Principal Lester Diaz sent out an email to school parents late Friday afternoon with a list of new security rules, effectively immediately, ahead of that night's game.
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.
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Paul Miller Ford is bringing Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program to Lexington in an effort to raise up to a maximum donation of $8,000 for Frederick Douglass High School.
A look at the action from tonight's pair of games in Lexington plus a look ahead to Friday night's game of the week!
A young woman in Lexington is facing assault charges after she reportedly fought another girl at a high school football game.
Frederick Douglass' "big ole fat butt whoopin" good for team ego.
Frederick Douglass head coach Brian Landis weighs in on program's first home game coming off season-opening loss.
Alex Risen has the preview ahead of the program opener vs. Danville.
For some students in Fayette County today's first day of classes meant walking through the doors of the brand new Frederick Douglass High School for the very first time.
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.
Brian Landis says new Frederick Douglass Stallions will be tough defensively and offensively.
Brian Landis talks about the mentality his football program will have at Frederick Douglass High School.
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.