States on August 17.British Airways has agreed to take the students from Liberia to Ghana and then on to the United States.According to Tuskegee University spokeswoman Kawana McGough, travel arrangements for the students were delayed because of the Ebola virus outbreak in the region. British Airways temporarily suspended flights to and from Liberia and Sierra Leone until August 31.McGough says the students are in Liberia participating in a study abroad program in the nation capital, Monrovia. The university has been in communication with both the students and their families, McGough says. Each is said to be in good spirits and are not ill.The study abroad program began on June 29 and was scheduled to end on Sunday, July 10. According to the university website, the group was helping develop an educational partnership in the nation and would serve as mentors at African Methodist Episcopal University bridge program to help attract and prepare high school students for college."We are all really grateful for the study abroad experience. We are just ready to be with our Tuskegee family and friends," one of the students said through the university. Saucony Pink
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Campus officials would not identify the student name. Embassy and British Airways to bring the students home. [VIEW HERE].Tuskegee University says it was in contact with parties at the national and international level to help expedite arrangements for the students to leave. While there, the students remain in a safe location and are being supported by local program affiliates, the university said.The university stated that they will make every effort to accommodate the students when they return for the Fall 2014 semester.Police identify person of interest in deadly Lynchburg shootingUPDATE: Police identify person of interest in deadly Lynchburg shootingUPDATE: Police identify person of interest in deadly Lynchburg shootingUpdated: Wednesday, August 27 2014 6:38 AM EDT2014 08 27 10:38:12 GMTDominique Moss, 24, has been identified as a person of interest in the Lynchburg shooting.Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead Tuesday night.Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead Tuesday night.Roanoke Police ramping up enforcement for Labor DayRoanoke Police ramping up enforcement for Labor DayUpdated: Friday, August 29 2014 4:43 AM EDT2014 08 29 08:43:57 GMTPolice across the Roanoke Valley will have extra officers out this weekend looking for signs of drinking and driving.Police across the Roanoke Valley will have extra officers out this weekend looking for signs of drinking and driving.What's News Today, Friday, August 29, 2014What's News TodayHere's a look at some of the stories we'll be following today as they make headlines across the country and Southwest Virginia.
Tuskegee Education Abroad program participants pose with their professor, Dr. Thierno Thiam. (Source: Tuskegee University website)Want to get BREAKING NEWS texts on your phone? Text NEWS to 41212. Up to 5 msg/day. Text HELP for help. Text STOP to cancel. Msg rates may applyWant to get BREAKING NEWS texts on your phone? Text NEWS to 41212. Up to 5 msg/day. Text HELP for help. Text STOP to cancel.Would you like to receive a text message Reebok Grey on your phone when breaking news happens? It a great way to keep up with important news that can impact your day right now!TUSKEGEE, AL (WSFA) The six Tuskegee University students who are stranded in Liberia, after flights to and from the African country became temporarily suspended due to Ebola outbreak fears, will Saucony Dixon Trainer