Everybody gets a flat from time to time, and usually a quick patch will get you back on the road, but what do you do when one of your tires goes completely kaput? Sure, you can fix the one, but James O'Daniel, with S & S Tire, has a list of reasons why you should seriously consider replacing all four tires at the same time.
Your coolant system affects multiple mechanical operations in your car and, especially if you're driving a vehicle with higher mileage, it's important to make sure it gets inspected. James O'Daniel with S & S tire at Brannon Crossing takes a closer look in this week's "Under the Hood."
Mom to Mom travels to Kort in Brannon Crossing. She is there to talk with physical therapists about their POWR program. POWR stands for Personalized Orthopedic Weight Reduction, and it’s a way for us to incorporate healthy weight loss into our physical therapy treatment plan. Go to Kort.com for more information on the POWR program.
We have had plenty of warm weather and sun the last several months and it has also produced several emergency department presentations for an under recognized source of rashes. There are countless sources of rashes out there, from infection to irritants and allergic reactions. One that most don't consider is the medications they are taking
Katie Solove sat down with Ashley from Lexington Humane Society and Macy. Macy is a sweet terrier mix who’s up for adoption. If you’re interested in Macy or any other dog visit Lexington Humane’s website lexingtonhumanesociety.org or call (859) 233-0044.
It's now time to get your vegetables in the garden. Get them out there. Whether you do a container garden or whether you put them in the ground, and you till them, and you sweat your behind off, and you're weeding like nothing
The Summer Gala is the keystone of Woodford Humane's annual event calendar, and replaces Freedom Fest, which was retired last summer after 17 years. The Summer Gala will take place on Saturday, July 22nd at the Keeneland Entertainment Center and features a catered dinner and passed hors d'oeuvres, live and silent auctions, live music and dancing, and big-ticket raffles.
Ray the D.A. takes us back to the Fayette Country Detention Center, where ABC 36’s Amber Freeman experiences the fingerprinting process, getting her mugshot, and trying on the world-famous orange jumpsuits.
People will be out and about this Memorial Day, but whether you're boating, biking, camping, or grilling, be sure to you're doing it safely! Dr. Ryan Stanton breaks down the basics for avoiding injury during the holiday in this week's "What's Going Around."
Show favorite Beth Oleson, with the Woodford Humane Society, returns to the studio for another edition of "Pets Need Pals," this time bringing "Gravy," a 3-month old hound mix, to introduce to Meteorologist Eric Burke.
If your green thumb wishes don't quite become green thumb reality, Mike O'Rourke has a solution. In this week's "The Garden Guy," he introduces the Mandevilla plant, which will make you look like a gardening master without much in the way of upkeep!
Memorial Day is just around the corner, and the rest of the summer is right behind! ABC 36's Sarah Enlow heads to Kinnucan's to check out their gear, perfect for your outdoor adventures in hiking, camping, or tubing this season!
What's it like being booked into the Fayette County Detention Center? Retired Commonwealth's Attorney, Ray Larson, puts ABC 36's Amber Freeman through the paces of being booked in this week's "Straight Talk with Ray the D.A."
How many couch pillows have you had to turn over because of a stain on one side? ABC 36's Sarah Pannell heads over to Market on National to look at some fabrics that will put those days in the rear view mirror in this week's "Mom to Mom."
If your fuel mileage is dropping, your sputtering at a traffic light, or you hear a pinging in your engine, it might be time for a fuel injection service. James O'Daniel, with S & S Tire, takes a closer look in this week's "Under the Hood."
A day of shopping at the mall usually also means spending some time finding a parking spot. Thanks to Fayette Mall's valet parking service, however, you can simply drop your car off, and get straight to your shopping spree! Sarah Enlow takes a closer look in this week's "Savvy Shopper."
Dr. Ryan Stanton takes a look at a recent spike of strep throat cases in emergency rooms around the region. He goes over how strep spreads, and what you can do to protect yourself in this week's "What's Going Around."
Now that we've left the cooler weather behind, it's time to bring light, spring flavors to the dinner table. ABC 36's Sarah Pannell meets up with Kate Horning at the Jimmy Nash Design Center to learn how to make a healthy, light, and refreshing lemony lentil soup in this week's "Mom to Mom."
Saving lives is all in a day's work for crews on board Lexington Fire Department's ambulances. Ray the D.A., former Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney, talks to Ashley, Jordan, and Mandy about their roles in the event of an overdose call in this week's "Straight Talk with Ray the D.A."
Anita Spreitzer and Lee Shropshine, with the Woodstock Animal Foundation, return to the studio to to talk about the PetSmart National adoption weekend at PetSmart in Hamburg, located at 1945 Pavillion Way in Lexington, on Friday 5/5, Saturday 5/6, and Sunday 5/7 in the big white tent in the parking lot from 11-6 PM.
As your wardrobe shifts to spring and summer styles, don't leave your feet behind! ABC 36's Sarah Enlow heads to Aldo in Fayette Mall for a look at this year's spring shoe fashions in today's "Savvy Shopper."
It's a topic of discussion across the country and right here in the Bluegrass, as Ray the D.A. sits down with Lieutenant Ann Welch to discuss the Lexington Police Department's Special Victims Section about the state's rape kit backlog.
'Tis the season for lawnmowers, weed eaters, trimmers - and the nicks, cuts, and bruises associated with them. Dr. Ryan Stanton has some tips on avoiding injuries while working in the yard in this week's "What's Going Around."
Sarah Pannell heads over to Market on National to soak up some decorating tips from Clare Henson. With the rise of open-concept floor plans, Henson says layering rugs is a great way to cover your floor space. She shares how you can be on top of the trend in this week's "Mom to Mom."
Ray the D.A. visits with Sergeant Jervis Middleton about the procedures police take when making a traffic stop, and takes a look inside a cruiser at the mobile command center officers use to aid them as they keep the roads safe.
As the weather warms up, and more people head outside, asthma sufferers are more likely to face increased stress to their respiratory systems. Dr. Ryan Stanton take a closer look in this week's "What's Going Around."
There's always something new at Fayette Mall's Pop-Up Shop! ABC 36's Sarah Enlow looks at the current offerings from Betty Jeffries, and tells how you can bring your business to the space in this week's "Savvy Shopper."
Retired Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney Ray the D.A., along with Amber Freeman and V.J. Seltzer, continue their profile of Lexington's mounted police units by exploring the training involved for mounted officers, and for the horses themselves.
Eric Burke sat down with Beth Oleson from the Woodford Humane Society to talk with her about their yearly calendar and to meet Kuma the dog. This week, through Sunday, every calendar photo submission is 20% off, whether it’s a calendar square or a full page collage or anything in between. Those funds come right […]
It's square one when it comes to auto maintenance - checking your oil and changing it regularly. James O'Daniel, with S & S Tire at Brannon Crossing shares the basics on this crucial step for extending the life of your car.
Ray the D.A. sits down with Commander Guy Greene with the Lexington Police Department to talk about narcotics investigations in the city, what Commander Greene sees on the streets, and how officers enforce narcotics laws.
Katie Solove sat down with Jan Edelen of the Scott County Humane Society to learn about Odie, the 12 week old Dachshund mix. Odie is the last of his liter and is looking for his forever family and forever home. If you are interested in Odie or any other animals that are up for adoption […]
ABC 36's Sarah Pannell heads to Versailles to visit with Dr. Eric Edwards at KORT Physical Therapy, and learn more about how KORT takes care of runners, and manages running injuries in this week's Mom to Mom.
ABC 36's Doc-On-Call, physician Ryan Stanton, says he's seeing a lot of elderly patients with urinary tract infections showing up in the ER. In this week's "What's Going Around," he looks at the risks involved with UTI's in the elderly, and how families can avoid them.
It's time to put your plants in the ground, but which ones do you pick? Mike O'Rourke tells you a simple rule-of-thumb to keep in mind as you head out to the garden center in this week's "The Garden Guy."
When flu is mentioned, we often discuss the risk it poses to the elderly, but it can be just as perilous for the very young. In this week's "What's Going Around," physician Ryan Stanton examines the risks flu poses to babies, and what you can do to protect them from illness.