Posted: 10:40 PM The fight to find a cure for breast cancer is synonymous with the Susan G. Komen Foundation, but recently the 30 year organization has found itself in the spotlight for something else.
Good Question: Is it true that the Susan G. Komen Foundation is suing other organizations?
Posted: 10:09 PM Last week the owner of a western Kentucky convenience store was charged with selling bath salts containing a banned chemical.
The substance is making headlines across the country even being blamed for causing some deaths.
Good Question: What are bath salts and why are they so dangerous?
Posted: 10:07 PM
An influential study that suggested Autism is caused by vaccines is being called an elaborate fraud and now much of the world's medical community is coming down hard on the British doctor who did the study.
Good Question: Do vaccines really cause Autism?
Posted: 10:07 PM Do you really know what your eating when you order at a fast food restaurant?
A class action lawsuit recently filed against Taco Bell has many asking where's the beef?
Good Question: How much of meat is really meat?
Posted: 9:57 PM In September of last year a new runway was opened at Blue Grass Airport, it drew a lot of questions then and now.
Good Question: Tom in Versailles- How many takeoffs and landings is the new runway at Blue Grass Airport being used for per day? How much did it cost?
Posted: 9:50 PM
In the new year many people are looking to shed some unwanted weight.
There's always hitting the gym and dieting.
In fact, Americans spend over 40 billion dollars a year on dieting and dieting products, but what if you could sniff out a different way to help you?
Good Question: How can my nose help me lose weight?
Posted: 9:42 PM Its been a long winter so far and there are still sixty- days till spring.
Snow seems to be one topic that many of you always find interesting and want to know about.
Good Question: Reply All Snow Questions
Updated: 10:42 PM The story of a couple being rushed to the hospital Tuesday reminds all of us of the danger of carbon monoxide and how how quickly it can make us sick.
While Tuesday's outcome wasn't tragic, it certainly could have been.
Good Question: How many people die from carbon monoxide poisoning each year?
Posted: 10:26 PM At one time or another we've all dreaded Monday morning rolling around, but it seems if you were feeling down a little today, there may be a reason.
Good Question: What is Blue Monday?
Posted: 9:38 PM A year ago an earthquake plunged one of the world's poorest countries into chaos.
Haiti was rocked by an earthquake that killed nearly a quarter million people.
Shortly after that disaster, Kentuckians pulled together for the Hoops for Haiti telethon here at WKYT and opened their wallets to give.
Good Question: How did the Red Cross use my money in Haiti?
Updated: 11:55 PM Every American creates nearly five pounds of waste each day.
Here in Lexington efforts to get more people recycling seem to be working.
Over the last two years the amount of material recycled has been rapidly increasing.
Good Question: How do I know what I should and shouldn't recycle?
Updated: 9:23 PM Its called the Affordable Care Act and it was signed into law last spring, but many Republicans want to see it repealed.
Good Question: Who can help me understand the new Health Care Reform law?
Posted: 10:07 PM
He was elected on a promise of making government more transparent.
In his first week in office, Mayor Jim Gray has been quite visible.
Good Question: Linda in Lexington: How much did the computers and desks cost, how much did the city pay to move the mayor's office to the ballroom?
Posted: 9:57 PM News that someone in Georgetown won a million dollars in Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing has all of us dreaming of hitting it big!
It also has many of you wandering about other jackpots in Kentucky.
Good Question-Ronnie in McKee: What is the largest winning Powerball ticket ever sold in Kentucky.
Posted: 4:11 PM Travelers, listen up!
Are you fed up with TSA's intrusive full body scanners and body searches?
Well you may be in luck!
A man in Erlanger in Northern Kentucky says he's invented underclothes that block out private areas when going through scanners!
Updated: 12:24 AM The Wildcats recent win over Louisville on their new home court at the Yum Center has fans buzzing about a new arena here and the possibility of more seats for more fans.
Good Question: Candy in London-What is the smallest attendance for a UK game, who did the Cats play that day?
Updated: 12:30 AM It's less than an acre in size and was built in 1981.
For three decades Triangle Park has been a focal point of downtown Lexington.
Recently some changes to the park have many of our viewers curious.
Good Question: Cindy in Lexington: What happened to all the trees in Triangle Park?
Posted: 10:24 PM Its that time of year, time to ring in the new year and with that comes making all those new year's resolutions.
Good Question: How many people really stick to their New Year's resolutions?
Posted: 10:31 PM It might be your New Year's resolution, to start using reusable grocery bags.
In some areas of the country full page newspaper ads are being taken out warning people about the dangers of them.
Good Question: Are reusable bags really dangerous?
Posted: 10:13 PM Its estimated that one out of three shoppers will head to the mall this week to return a holiday gift.
All that returning could end up totaling nearly $50 billion in rejected merchandise.
Good Question: What are some tips for making the return process easier?
Updated: 11:48 PM Whether you call him Santa, Kris Kringle or Father Time he's busy on Christmas Eve visiting children all around the world.
Good Question: We are hitting the Reply All button to your Santa questions.
Posted: 9:19 PM The forecast for this holiday weekend has some serious snow in it. That means for many the chance of a white Christmas is looking good and that has some quite happy.
Good Question: Doyle in Parkers Lake-When was the last white Christmas?
Posted: 10:27 PM While retail stores are extra busy this time of year with shoppers looking for the perfect gift, there is one place you are sure to find the holiday rush in high gear, bakeries.
Good Question: Why do people buy so many baked goods at Christmas?