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Jim and Mary Nottingham are lobbying legislators for a bill that would require immediate notification of local police for any death or rape on campus. Called the Robert ‘Robbie Nottingham Campus Crime Scene Investigation Act of 2004, the bill is named in honor of the couples 22-year-old son, who was found dead a year ago on the sidewalk in front of his on-campus apartment at East Tennessee State University. (The Leaf-Chronicle, 3/11/04)
Jim and Mary Nottingham are lobbying legislators for a bill that would require immediate notification of local police for any death or rape on campus. Called the “Robert ‘Robbie' Nottingham Campus Crime Scene Investigation Act of 2004,” the bill is named in honor of the couple's 22-year-old son, who was found dead a year ago on the sidewalk in front of his on-campus apartment at East Tennessee State University. (The Leaf-Chronicle, 3/11/04)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded a $760,000 Rural Public Television Digital Transition Grant to Western Kentucky University to expand the digital broadcasting service of WKYU-PBS. The project will make WKYU-DT/18 a full-power digital TV station and enable WKU to broadcast and provide high-definition TV broadcasting to an 11-county area. (WKU.edu)