Posted: 11:38 PM In my home you will find six Christmas trees this time of year.
No matter how many you have up there are some who feel very strongly about their trees.
Good Question: Why the debate over real or fake when it comes to Christmas trees?
Updated: 9:36 PM The recession last year put a real damper on holiday spending for some, but it seems this year shoppers are willing to spend more.
In fact, retailers are pulling out all the stops to get them in the door.
Good Question: Are holiday shoppers still in a recession depression?
Posted: 8:09 PM The US Fire Administration says one third of all house fires happen in the winter.
Couple that statistic with the fact that this time of year the halls are decked and many people are in the holiday spirit with lights, trees and wreaths and you could have a problem.
Good Question: Can all those holiday decorations be dangerous to my home?
Updated: 8:00 PM So what's at the top of many people's wish list this holiday season?
Not cashmere sweaters or iPods, but something that fits right in your wallet, a gift card!
Good Question: What do new regulations mean for spending that plastic?
Posted: 10:35 PM This time of year we are focused on buying gifts and giving, but for some that isn't so easy.
Good Question: Stephanie, Mt. Sterling: My children have way too many toys, is there somewhere that I can donate them for children who have none?
Posted: 3:33 PM Chances are many of you have asked for new electronics this year for Christmas and that means finding a place for your old ones.
Good Question: Where can I take old computer monitors and cell phones to dispose of?
Posted: 10:34 PM Chances are many of you have used a credit card this holiday season to make a purchase for someone on your list, but did you know there are some credit card gotchas that may be bleeding your budget dry?
Good Question: What are some loopholes I should look out for with my credit card?
Posted: 10:05 PM A new Zogby poll released Wednesday says 58% of Americans will make a donation to a charity this holiday season, but while so many of them need your money, some are looking to scam you out of cash.
Good Question: How do I give and give safely?
Posted: 9:38 PM Most all of us have one a cell phone and most all of us hate getting telemarketing calls.
What if your phone was free game for those sales calls?
A recent an email may lead you to believe that could happen.
Good Question: Is there any truth to the rumor that your cell phone number will be made public?
Updated: 11:52 PM We've always heard to have strong bones drink plenty of milk, vitamin D is important and we can get it in several different ways, pill form, milk even sunlight.
A new report suggests despite what some doctors claim, high does of it are not necessary.
Good Question: How much vitamin D do I really need?
Posted: 10:23 PM The typical flu season runs from early October to February, right now the numbers are up and its still early.
A warning Tuesday from health officials- get your flu shot and get it now.
Good Question: Why does it seem there are so many cases so early this year?
Posted: 10:05 PM Online shoppers are expected to spend more this holiday season.
In fact, a recent survey of consumers found that 106 million Americans were planning to shop online on Cyber Monday.
Good Question: How do I find the best deals online?
Posted: 9:59 PM Thanksgiving is about giving thanks and we do so many times sitting around the table with a meal.
At the center of it all a turkey, the symbol of the holiday.
Good Question: Reply All- Your most asked turkey day questions.
Posted: 10:35 PM For some Black Friday shopping is a competition and should be an Olympic sport.
Some shoppers have it down to a science.
Good Question: How do you get the most out of Black Friday shopping?
Posted: 10:31 PM Come Thursday many of us will sit down to a Thanksgiving dinner, and that means the beginning to a season of eating some of our holiday favorites.
Holiday eating can also mean that we can easily pack on the pounds if not careful.
Good Question: What are the worst Thanksgiving diet busters?
Posted: 10:44 PM
The National Retail Federation says 138 million people will shop this Black Friday weekend.
As the economy continues to recover many shoppers will be looking to get the most for their money.
Good Question: Will it be a hit or miss for retailers this holiday shopping season?
Posted: 10:37 PM A national lenders association says nearly 13 million Americans 65 and over, own their homes and sit on $4 trillion dollars of equity, but the cost of rising health care and living is leading them to become part of a growing trend.
Good Question-Mary in Mt.Sterling: You hear about actors on television telling you about reverse home mortgages, what is it and how safe is it?
Posted: 10:24 PM The World Health Organization says Tuberculosis continues to be a major health threat world wide.
Thursday morning health leaders with five organizations including the Fayette County and Madison County Health Departments will hold a conference call concerning a recent case of Tuberculosis.
Good Question-Jessica in Berea: Since an EKU student tested positive for TB, what's being done to protect the community?
Updated: 10:57 AM Since 1986 the American Farm Bureau Federation has been helping shoppers plan ahead for their Thanksgiving meals by looking at the cost of food.
With prices on the rise it can get expensive to put that turkey dinner on the table.
Good Question: Will it cost me more this year to serve Thanksgiving dinner?
Updated: 12:19 AM All across the country Thursday people paused to honor those men and women who bravely served our country and those still fighting today.
Good Question: What does Veterans day really mean to those who served?
Updated: 10:13 AM In Kentucky, basketball is king.
In Lexington it's the Wildcats, in Louisville it's the Cards, but could there be a new mix to the b-ball madness?
Good Question-Phil in Lexington: Is there going to be an NBA team in Louisville?
Updated: 4:03 PM Just this week health officials in Northern Kentucky say they've seen a 226% rise in the number of cases of one illness in their area.
Its an illness where there are usually only 18-34 reported all year.
Good Question: Why does it seem whooping cough is on the rise?
Posted: 3:36 PM This weekend we turned back the clock and this week it seems we are turning back the clock in the weather department, with warmer temperatures returning.
This particular weather pattern sets up what many of us know as Indian Summer.
Good Question-Chub in Louisa: Where did the term Indian Summer come from?