MORE KENTUCKY NEWS

Jury recommends death penalty in 1983 rape-murder
Kentucky schools collaborating on space project
Bridge lanes to be restricted during inspection
Senate panel to hold hearing for Kentucky nominees
Items belonging to Morgan being displayed
Clinton to make 2 appearances with Grimes
Congressman: Wife didn't lobby on horse bill
Not in my backyard: US sending dirty coal abroad
1 dead, 2 injured in motorcycle club shooting
Suburban Boston tornado modest EF-2 on 0-5 scale
Tornado confirmed in southeastern Kentucky
Kentucky basketball legend Wah Wah Jones, 88, dies
Postal Service issues hot rod envelope
Wal-Mart employees collect for Guard memorial
Kentucky education chief recognized for leadership
Treasurer says suspicious mail making rounds
Official: Storms destroy E. Tenn homes, no deaths
Group seeks tax incentives for ark park
3 firefighters receive minor injuries in fire
Authorities investigating death of veteran
Kentucky youth works his way into showbiz
Kentucky hospital live streaming video from NICU
Del Mar to move 2 turf races after horse deaths
Bill Clinton to join Grimes at Ky. campaign rally
Police investigate boy's fatal fall from bleachers
A press with a purpose
Man convicted in 1983 rape-murder in Louisville
Gay soldiers relaxed after restrictions lifted



Kentucky News
News from the region's first prime-time newscast. You'll find it First On Fox!


TOBACCO-FREE EKU
Eastern Kentucky goes tobacco free across entire campus, offers smoking cessation help

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Saturday, June 7, 2014 5:31 PM EDT
RICHMOND, Ky.


Eastern Kentucky University has gone tobacco free across the entire campus.

Jack Rutherford is co-chair of the campus tobacco-ban task force. He told the Richmond Register changes on campus include banners and sandwich boards reminding people not to use tobacco products.

The school also is removing or repurposing the outdoor boxes that previously served as smoking areas.

Members of a new ambassador program will remind people on campus about the tobacco ban, although they won't be expected to enforce the ban. And the campus sponsoring a competition for picking up discarded cigarette butts with a gym membership as the prize.

EKU President Michael Benson said Eastern is committed to helping its students, faculty and staff to quit smoking. The school offers smoking cessation classes and free nicotine replacements.

Information from: Richmond Register, http://www.richmondregister.com










PRIME PICKS

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE
Tonight at 8:30 PM

Full Boyle
Jake intervenes in Detective Boyle's relationship; Rosa and Amy contend with a citizen who is a costumed crime-fighter; Capt. Holt has a new opponent



Get 1/2 price gift certificates

Find us on Facebook

Advertisement