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Good Question: What is the BRCA One gene?

Posted: 09/12/2011 - There is some startling new information about the occurrence of breast and ovarian cancer in women who carry a mutated gene. Good Question: What is the BRCA One gene?

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Good Question: Do school crossing guards have the right to direct traffic?

Posted: 08/29/2011 - School has been in session now for several weeks in some districts, and that means in your neighborhood you might notice a school crossing guard helping students across the street. Good Question: Michelle-Lexington: Do school crossing guards have the right to direct traffic?

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Good Question: Why is Kentucky going to Nashville to take on WKU?

Posted: 08/25/2011 - The countdown is on till its football time in the Bluegrass. As of Thursday night we are seven days and counting. Fans will find themselves traveling the Bluegrass Parkway to the Music City to see the Cats open up against the Hilltoppers of Western Kentucky University. Good Question: Chris-Morehead: Why is Kentucky going to Nashville to take on WKU?

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Good Question: What resources are there for collecting child support from a deadbeat dad who lives in another city?

Posted: 08/18/2011 - Just last week Laurel County officials announced something they hoped would get the attention of deadbeat parents. They received permission from the state to start suspending' drivers licenses, concealed weapons permits or professional licenses for parents who are at least $1000 behind in child support. Good Question: Debbie, Corbin -What resources are there for collecting child support from a deadbeat dad who lives in another city?

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Good Question: Does anyone know what those red lights in the sky are?

Posted: 08/11/2011 - August is known to star gazers as Meteor Month. Friday night is peak viewing for the Perseid Meteor shower, but we think some of you have already noticed it going on. Good Question-Debbie, Lexington: On Saturday several of us saw a red light in the sky, then another popped up behind them and they seemed to be coming out of the Western sky. Does anyone have any idea what they were?

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Good Question: How will the U.S. credit downgrade affect Americans?

Posted: 08/08/2011 - Watching a dramatic day on Wall Street can be difficult and stressful for many of us who invest. Until now many were unaware of a AAA rating, much less the country's AA+ rating. Good Question: How will the U.S. credit downgrade affect Americans?

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Good Question: How much money is being spent on school supplies this year?

Posted: 08/03/2011 - Chances are if you have school aged children you've been scouring the latest back to school fliers from your local stores. In an economy where watching pennies counts, back to school supplies can really break the bank. Good Question: How much money is being spent on school supplies this year?

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Good Question: How many times has the debt ceiling been raised?

Posted: 07/27/2011 - The deadline for raising the debt ceiling is just six days away. While sparring on Capital Hill continues its left the rest of us to wonder what will happen if no agreement is met? Good Question: How many times has the debt ceiling been raised?

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Good Question: Should there be a tax on non nutritious foods?

Posted: 07/26/2011 - Health advocates consider soda, french fries and donuts junk food and they want it to come with added cost. Opponents say poor Americans would pay too much and people should have the right to choose what they eat. Good Question: Should there be a tax on non nutritious foods?

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Good Question: How do I know the rides in Kentucky are safe?

Updated: 07/13/2011 - Whether it's a county fair or a trip to an amusement park there are sure to be rides. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says nationwide there are thousands of injuries each year on those rides, but Kentucky works to make sure that's not the case. Good Question: How do I know the rides in Kentucky are safe?

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Good Question: How much sunscreen should I be putting on?

Posted: 07/12/2011 - Tis the season for vacations, time on the beach and the pool. They are all activities that require time out in the summer sun. Studies show that nearly four million Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer this year. Good Question: How much sunscreen should I be putting on?

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Good Question: How common is a peanut allergy?

Posted: 07/11/2011 - The number of people diagnosed with a food allergy is on the rise. One that can be severe is an allergy to peanuts. Tuesday night the Lexington Legends will go peanut free at their park for those who can't have them. Good Question: How common is a peanut allergy?

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Good Question: How early should kids learn to swim?

Updated: 07/07/2011 - This week has been a deadly week in the water, six people have drowned, some in pools, others in open bodies of water. On Thursday a 2 year old was pulled from the water unresponsive at a Lexington public pool. The Centers For Disease control says everyday ten people die from unintentional drowning, many of them children. Good Question: How early should kids learn to swim?

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Good Question: How common are colds in the summer?

Posted: 07/06/2011 - We usually associate getting a cold or the flu with winter weather, but turns out you can catch the sniffles in the summer too! Good Question: How common are colds in the summer?

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Good Question: Why is apple pie so American?

Updated: 06/30/2011 - Fourth of July is right around the corner, that means celebrating our independence, cook outs and fireworks. Friday festivities get underway in downtown Lexington with the Great American Pie Contest. Good Question: Why is apple pie so American?

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Good Question: Why should I know my Body Mass Index?

Posted: 06/27/2011 - The Centers for Disease Control says two out three Americans are overweight, that's roughly 67%. While there are a number of things you should be doing to stay healthy, knowing one number could help save your life. Good Question: Why should I know my Body Mass Index?

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Good Question: Can dogs and cats suffer from heat stroke?

Posted: 06/16/2011 - Summer is just around the corner and with it can come those dreaded ninety degree temperatures. We know what we are supposed to do to take care of ourselves when its hot, but what about our pets? Good Question: Can dogs and cats suffer from heat stroke?

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Good Question: Why are changes being made to sunscreen labels?

Updated: 06/16/2011 - Last year, some 68,000 people in the U.S. were diagnosed with melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. The Food and Drug Administration has unveiled some new guidelines to standardize the sunscreens doctors say we should all be wearing. Good Question: Why are changes being made to sunscreen labels?

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