Students rooting for Pleasure Ridge Park High at Friday's playoff football game at St. Xavier won't be wearing their school's red and black colors. Instead, the school is encouraging its cheering section to have a "pink out" in honor of teacher Amanda Williams, who unexpectedly died earlier this week from complications while giving birth to twin girls. Williams, 33, had taught in Jefferson County Public Schools since 2008, and was herself a 2002 graduate of Pleasure Ridge Park High.
One of Pleasure Ridge Park High's loudest cheerleaders wasn't on the sidelines for Friday's playoff football game against St. Xavier. But the spirit of teacher Amanda Williams, who died unexpectedly this week from complications related to giving birth to twin girls, was clearly felt in the stands and on the field. Williams, 33, had worked at PRP High since 2008 and was a 2002 graduate of the school.
This story will be updated. A federal judge has ordered Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's office to pay Planned Parenthood's lawyers after no one showed up for a deposition in a federal lawsuit over the organization's effort to get a license to provide abortions in Louisville. U.S. Magistrate Judge Dave Whalin on Monday ordered Bevin's office to reimburse lawyers for Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky for their legal fees and travel costs from San Francisco for an Aug. 18 deposition.
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