"Turn around, don't drown." That flood safety warning will be seen on bright yellow signs around several Eastern Kentucky counties, thanks to a cooperative effort between the National Weather Service and local Emergency Management.
The "Black Lives Matter" club at Bryan Station High School has been around since last fall semester. Fayette County School District parent Matt Dacey says, "It's just a student group, like any other student group. We've got a drama club, a french club, and it's my understanding that they're interested in fostering racial harmony."
It's not the usual panhandling plea that drivers are used to seeing. Laurel County deputies say a man was disrupting traffic Wednesday night with a sign that read, "parents killed by ninjas, I need martial arts lessons, please help".