Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
Officials at the University of Kentucky are warning students and staff to be on the lookout after a rape was reported on campus. The Emergency Management department issued an advisory on Thursday.
UK officials say police are investigating a rape that's reported to have happened at 410 Rose Lane. It reportedly happened between 1:30 and 4:00, Sunday morning.
Campus police tell students to call 911 if they notice anything suspicious.
Here are some tips for students:
-Always be aware of your surroundings and of the activities of people around you.
-If you choose to drink, be responsible! Alcohol clouds decision making and increases confidence, a combination that often leads to risky situations.
-Do not travel alone after dark; always walk with a friend or with a group.
-Make statements with authority -- BACK-OFF! STOP! NO WAY! Never comply with being moved to another location, FIGHT BACK!
-Carry a cell phone or other personal safety device.
-Request a FREE escort by calling the "Safe Cats" at 323-FREE (3733) or UK Police at 257-1616.
-Request taxi service through UK Genesis "Taxicats" at 381-1010.
-Park only in well lit areas.