Updated: 12:09 AM With Halloween just days away you may be tempted to pick up a pair of decorative contact lenses to go with your costume.
Many people don't know its against the law to sell the lenses without a prescription, while they may look cool they can do serious damage.
Good Question: Just how harmful can decorative contact lenses be to my eyes?
Updated: 10:43 PM The Secretary of State's office predicts a 48% voter turnout come next Tuesday, but with many calling this campaign season one of the most negative on record, will voters even want to head to the polls?
Good Question: Do those negative ads really have an impact on voters?
Posted: 9:40 PM Monday night's scuffle caught on tape before the start of the final senate debate made national headlines all day Tuesday, but it seems to be connected to a grassroots organization many know nothing about.
Good Question: What is MoveOn.org?
Updated: 9:47 AM One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and this year marks the 25th year in the effort to find a cure.
We often associate the color pink and one woman's name with the fight.
Good Question: Who is Susan G. Komen?
Updated: 10:06 AM This month several Kentucky universities will hold their annual homecoming events.
This weekend the University of Kentucky will do the same, with hundreds of alumni returning to re-live their glory days.
Good Question.: Where and how did the celebration of homecoming start?
Updated: 12:31 AM It seems now a days there is an App for just about everything.
Now a new piece of technology could keep your kids safe this Halloween.
Good Question: How can a phone app keep my children safe, trick or treating?
Posted: 9:23 PM This time of year Kentucky is bursting with the colors of red, yellow and orange as trees across the state change color for the fall.
Good Question: Donald in Lawrenceburg writes: Since every year is different when will be a good time to visit Slade to see the beautiful leaves?
Posted: 9:45 PM The scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz may be the most iconic scarecrow we know.
This time of year there are a few things that are synonymous with fall, pumpkins, apples, the changing of the leaves and the scarecrow.
Good Question: What's the history of the scarecrow?
Updated: 9:47 AM This weekend WKYT will host a telethon for Bluegrass Crime Stoppers.
The program offers cash rewards to people who come forward with information that helps police solve crimes.
Good Question: Wolford in Rockholds: Crime Stoppers asks for your information, but not your name. How do you get the reward?
Updated: 9:29 AM To bring you the most accurate forecast each night we have Chief Meteorologist TG Shuck and the First Alert Defender, but some people think you should rely on a creepy crawler for the job.
Good Question: Can the woolly worm really predict the weather and what if you find a white one?
Updated: 12:03 AM There are eleven federal holidays when the banks are closed and mail service is halted for the day.
One of those took place Monday.
Good Question: Why is Columbus Day a national holiday?
Updated: 9:56 AM The Kentucky Horse Park has always been a key attraction for people visiting the state.
Now with new improvements because of the World Equestrian Games, it has more to offer in the future.
Good Question: What's next for the Horse Park once WEG has moved on?
Updated: 11:21 AM We all know that the University of Kentucky is known for its championship basketball teams, but chances are you've never heard of one team that competes at the top level each year and wins.
Good Question: Does UK's Equestrian team think WEG will boost their sport?
Posted: 10:25 PM If you host it, will they come?
Its a question many have been wondering leading up to the World Equestrian Games and it seems the answer is yes.
When Lexington first learned it would host the 2010 world Equestrian Games no one really knew just how many people would actually attend.
Good Question: How does WEG attendance stack up to the games in 2006?
Updated: 10:00 AM Car crashes are the number one cause of death in teenagers according to State Farm.
Add in experience, cell phones and texting and it makes for a dangerous combination.
A new study may surprise you about what teenagers think is really more dangerous when it comes to being behind the wheel.
Good Question: Which is more dangerous texting behind the wheel or drinking and driving?
Updated: 10:32 PM We all need a certain amount of exercise each day and as you might imagine competition horses for the World Equestrian Games are in great shape and need quite a bit to stay that way.
Good Question: What kind of exercises do competition horses need?
Updated: 10:17 AM The Horse Park has been a Kentucky landmark for years, but with the World Equestrian Games now calling it home, many of us are learning more about the park than we ever knew.
We are breaking down some of the facts and figures of the park.
Good Question: How big are the World Equestrian Games?
Posted: 11:38 PM Nearly 700 horses are here in central Kentucky for the World Equestrian Games and all of them are considered top notch athletes, that means just like their riders they have to be in great shape and eat a well balanced diet.
Good Question: What does a world championship horse eat?
Posted: 9:39 PM Lexington has certainly rolled out the red carpet for the thousands of spectators and athletes here in town for the World Equestrian Games.
This year there are a lot of firsts for the games?
Good Question: What sets this year's World Equestrian Games apart from years past?
Updated: 9:22 AM As we approach the start of the World Equestrian Games, tickets are already sold out for three of the events.
For some of us those events are unfamiliar.
Good Question: What are each of the events for WEG?
Updated: 10:51 AM When the World Equestrian Games kick off this weekend, 58 different countries will be represented with all of them vying for the title of best in the world in their discipline.
For many of us unfamiliar to the games we liken it to the Olympics.
Good Question: How do athletes make it to the World Equestrian Games?
Posted: 10:04 PM Hundreds of athletes, both of the two legged and four legged kind are expected here in Lexington over the next 16 days.
Being right in the middle of horse country you would expect many of our fine horses to be right in the middle of it all.
Good Question: Katie in Winchester: How many horses from Kentucky will be competing in the World Equestrian Games?
Updated: 10:51 AM Its been years in the making and for two weeks starting Saturday Lexington will host the world.
All this week we are answering your good questions about the World Equestrian Games.
Good Question: What's the history behind the games?
Posted: 10:18 PM You've seen the headlines, it seems bed bugs are becoming main stream news these days.
Recently a school in Russell County had to deal with the problem.
Good Question: Why the recent explosion in the number of bed bug cases?