Bowling Green police Sgt. Shawn Helbig subdues a female student after she refused to cooperate during an incident involving suspected gunmen on Western Kentucky University's campus. Officials put the university under lockdown during the incident, a policy enacted with the memory of the Virginia Tech massacre still fresh in their minds. There were no deaths or injuries, but classes were canceled for the rest of the day and several people were detained for questioning.
Students mourn outside of Barnes-Campbell Hall on Western Kentucky University's campus after learning that Lank Graves, 20, a campus visitor, had died earlier that morning in the dorm. Graves was visiting a friend in the dorm when he overdosed on a mixture of sleep aids, alcohol and cough medicine. His death was ruled an accident by the Warren County Coroner's Office.
Members of the ??WKU volleyball team celebrate after scoring a point in their fourth game against Middle Tennessee State University in Diddle Arena at Western Kentucky University. The Lady Toppers went on to beat the MTSU Raiders 3-1 in ??their first match of the conference season. The win marked the Lady Topper's first win over a nationally-ranked team in the university's history.
Left to right, Nathan Williams, of Bowling Green High School, Zack ??Fairfaz, of Bethlehem High School and Jordan Price, of Bowling Green High School, compete for the ball during a game at Lovers Lane Recreation Complex in Bowling Green, Ky. ??The Bethlehem Eagles went on to beat the Bowling Green Purples 1-0.