Updated: 3:03 PM When Fayette County fell behind in water quality standards, the city made a major push to educate the public about the importance of storm drains and pollution.
Now a very visual push is being made to bring awareness to the problem.
Good Question: Why are some storm drains being jazzed up in downtown Lexington?
Updated: 10:22 AM This month is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
Ovarian cancer is the eighth most common cancer among women and it will kill thousands this year.
Good Question: Why is ovarian cancer such a silent killer in women?
Updated: 9:07 AM For many of us our grandparents have been very special people in our lives.
If you didn't know it, this Sunday is your day to tell them how much they mean, its Grandparents Day!
Good Question: How did Grandparents Day originate?
Updated: 9:44 AM It seems everyone is texting these days.
In the past three years its shot up 600% with the average teen sending more than 3,000 a month.
Good Question: Can texting become an addiction?
Updated: 9:08 AM A few months ago when the Apple iPad hit stores it was touted as the newest tech gadget.
We use it everyday here on NewsFirst.
Now we've learned its more than just a gadget.
Good Question: How can an iPad help children with autism?
Posted: 9:31 PM Last fall many of you sent in Good Questions about trees that went missing along a busy Lexington road.
This spring new trees were planted in their place, but why?
Good Question: Jo Ell-Lexington: What type of tree has been planted along Man O War near the airport?
Updated: 9:51 AM From financial struggles to rising unemployment, every day seems to bring more stress to our lives.
Now, more than ever a new study says you may want to reach out and make a few friends.
Good Question: Could my friends really help me live longer?
Updated: 9:27 AM It's a question many of you have been waiting to hear the answer to.
Since the government-mandated a switch to all digital t-v, some viewers had trouble seeing WKYT.
Now, the answer is just days away.
Good Question: Buddy in Richmond: When is the signal going to be updated for the digital box?. We can't watch in Richmond.
Posted: 10:18 PM The population in cities like Lexington and Richmond swell this time of year when college students return for the start of another school year.
Richmond is one city that embraces those students and the dollars they bring with them.
Good Question: How much do college students pump into a local economy?
Updated: 9:32 AM Thousands of college students will hit the books for another semester at the University of Kentucky this week.
Many of them will be wondering where they will find the money to shell out for books this year.
Good Question: To rent or buy? Which could save my college student the most money?
Updated: 10:25 AM Freshman move in day is Friday at the University of Kentucky.
Between books, food and other supplies money can be tight and debt can add up fast.
Good Question: How do I keep my college student from going broke?
Updated: 12:14 AM In Kentucky domestic violence is real and happens every day.
Experts say that one in three Kentuckians will be victimized by an intimate partner at some point.
A new song sitting atop the Billboard Hot 100 has some worried its message centered around domestic violence only adds to the fear.
Good Question: Does Eminem's new song glorify domestic violence?
Updated: 9:50 AM If you suffer from indoor allergies a new study finds you're likely to have a more severe reaction to outdoor allergies, especially during ragweed season, which is just starting.
Good Question: Why does it seem my allergies are so bad this time of year?
Posted: 10:33 PM Normally this time of year UK fans are gearing up for the start of football, but with the basketball Cats hitting the hardwood in Canada for three games life is good for fans!
The official start of the basketball practice season begins at Midnight Madness in October.
Good Question: How is it that the Cat's are getting to play this early?
Posted: 10:25 PM
School is back in session here in Fayette County and that means thousands of students will spend part of their day riding the bus.
Most of us are use to air conditioning in our cars, but that's not the case for many buses.
Good Question: Why are school buses not equipped with air conditioners?
Updated: 9:10 AM For weeks no story dominated the headlines more than the outbreak of H1N1across the country and the world.
It seems now we hardly hearing anything about it.
Good Question: Should we still be concerned about H1N1?
Updated: 9:56 AM This summer has been one of constant construction in and around Lexington.
For many drivers its left them dodging a lot of obstacles.
Good Question: Michele in Lexington-Does a construction worker have the right to direct traffic?
Updated: 9:15 AM If you have a child going back to school, you know all those supplies can be expensive.
What if you didn't have to pay any taxes on the things your child needs on the first day of school?
In some states that's the case every year!
Good Question: John in Martin-Why doesn't Kentucky have a free tax weekend?
Updated: 9:09 AM Its back to school time and that means getting all the essential supplies and one of those is a backpack.
A recent study by the American Physical Therapy Association found that 55% of children carry loads heavier than they should.
Good Question: Could your child's backpack pose a dangerous health risk?
Posted: 3:26 PM Many times here on NewsFirst we will report on various phone or internet scams, people looking for a way to take advantage of others.
Good Question: Brandon in Lexington: Who do you call if you suspect a phone scam?
Updated: 11:51 PM Just today we've seen how dangerous the heat can be, six high school football players were rushed to the hospital for heat exhaustion.
We know it can dangerous for anyone that has to be outside for long periods of time, but it can also be harmful to our pets.
Good Question: How do I know if my pet is suffering from heat exhaustion?
Updated: 10:41 AM Lexington is the so called Horse Capital and recently dozens of the artistic version of the animal have galloped into downtown.
Good Question: John in Lexington: I'm happy to see Horse Mania back! Who decides where the horses go?
Updated: 9:47 AM Company is coming in 53 days, that's when the world will come to Lexington for the World Equestrian Games
After hearing about it for so many years, many of us have no idea on what to expect.
Good Question: What are some of the myths surrounding hotels, parking and tickets?
Updated: 12:22 AM When many of us head to the grocery we often have a list.
We get what we need, but do you ever take notice of the aisles you frequent more often than others?
An easy shopping strategy could help you eat better.
Good Question: Why could grocery store layout be bad for your health?
Updated: 12:33 AM I am quite the advocate for using reusable grocery bags, but while many claim to use them only 12% say they do it every time they shop.
Now here's something to think about, while they may be helping the environment are they really safe?
Good Question: How dirty are your reusable grocery bags?