Updated: 9:30 AM Its that time of year when pop up storms can happen daily.
Just last week a teenager in Western Kentucky was hit by lightning while playing with friends outside, he survived, but some are not so lucky.
Good Question: What are the odds of being struck by lightning?
Posted: 10:22 PM Memorial Day, it use to be known as Decoration Day, simply because that's what you did you decorated the graves of those men and women who died serving our country.
Good Question: Louisa in Lexington writes: How many people really know why we celebrate Memorial Day?
Updated: 12:17 AM Just this week a terrible tragedy, a two year old Laurel County girl died after drowning in her grandmother's pool.
Investigators say the child accidentally got into the above-ground pool through a gate that had the lock off for repair.
Posted: 10:17 PM This time of year many of us spend hours planting and tending to our yards, but knowing what to plant and what not to is key.
Good Question: Could what I plant in my yard be harmful to the environment?
Updated: 12:04 AM Kentucky Cave Shrimp, the Virginia Big Eared Bat and the Cumberland Bean.
What do they all have in common?
They are all species native to the state and in danger of not being around much longer.
Posted: 9:26 PM Believe it or not over two billion text messages are sent each day.
Just recently Kentucky passed a law banning texting while driving.
Good Question: Rachel in Owingsville writes: What are the consequences of texting too much?
Updated: 12:07 AM Tuesday night's convincing win by Rand Paul over Trey Grayson for the Republican nod in Kentucky's U.S. Senate race is making news all over the country.
The win is being seen as momentum for the Tea Party Movement.
Good Question: What exactly is the Tea Party?
Updated: 10:20 AM Tuesday all the candidates hard work trying to get your vote will be put to the test and so will all the hard work of county clerks across the state who make sure the voting process runs smoothly.
Good Question: What does it take to have an election in Fayette County?
Updated: 9:13 AM The Farmers Market Coalition says there are some 5,000 farmers markets across the country, double the number from just ten years ago.
Good Question: How local is your local farmers market?
Updated: 12:40 AM It is amazing that a ten year old boy could survive such an accident like the one Wednesday in Libya, but its not unheard of.
In fact, this case is the fifteenth time since 1970 there has been a single survivor in an airliner crash, twelve of those have either been children or crew members.
Updated: 12:15 PM On May 18th, folks across the Bluegrass will head to the polls for the primary election.
Right now that means efforts to get your vote are ramping up.
Good Question: Do people really listen to all those political ads?
Updated: 9:06 AM Many Kentuckians choose the Gulf Coast region of Florida and Alabama as their summer travel destination sites, but with 200,000 gallons of oil spilling into the ocean per day that may have them re-thinking where they go.
Updated: 8:27 AM In case you've let the calendar sneak up on you, this weekend is Mother's Day.
The National Retail Federation says nearly $15 billion dollars will be spent on the day.
Flowers for mom will top the list.
Updated: 8:31 AM For many people living along the Kentucky River in Frankfort, its been a waiting game.
Since Sunday people have been watching the water rise, and wondering how long it would take it to go back down before assessing the damage.
Updated: 8:52 AM There are 144 days left until all eyes are on the Bluegrass for the World Equestrian Games.
Thousands are expected to attend and all those folks will need a place to stay when they arrive.
Updated: 10:01 PM Preparations are underway for Derby 136 and that means making sure Churchill Downs looks its best.
Good Question: Just how many plants does it take to make Churchill downs look beautiful on derby weekend?
Updated: 9:01 AM Recycling is big business in Fayette County, last year the city was able to sell $2 million worth of recycled material.
Now, with a new plan in place to make it easier for people to recycle, that could mean more revenue from going green.
Updated: 11:38 AM This week marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
You probably know that conserving energy is good for the planet, but you may not realize just how good it can be for your bank account.