Some areas have picked up better than a foot of snow. We still have several more inches possible through the afternoon.
Police are investigating a drive-by shooting involving people waiting in line for a video game.
Dozens of people camped out in front the Best Buy store on Nicholasville Road. They're hoping to get their hands on a Sony PlayStation 3 console. But the wait turned serious when someone drove by and fired shots at people waiting in line.
Four people were hit by the BB pellets, including 27 NEWSFIRST reporter Elizabeth Dorsett. She was interviewing someone in line at the time. None of them were seriously hurt.
Police came to the store to investigate. They're still looking for a suspect. Lexington Police say they'll stay at the Best Buy to make sure people in line stay safe.
The PlayStation 3 goes on sale Friday morning at eight. The consoles are selling for more than $600 a piece.
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