Christmas is the season of giving, but some less scrupulous organizations make it their business to pocket the money you thought was going for a good cause. Heather Clary has some tips to make sure your donation gets to the right people, as the BBB Holiday Helper series continues.
Show regular Heather Clary, with the Better Business Bureau, kicks off the BBB Holiday Helper series talking about those "free gift card" emails that pop up as Christmas approaches. Are they as good as they sound? Katie Solove learns the warning signs to look for.
Devine Carama, hip-hop artist and owner of the children's non-profit "Believing in Forever, Inc.," comes by the studio to tell Meteorologist Eric Burke about the 3rd Annual "A Coat to Keep the Cold Away" clothing drive that aims to keep children warm this winter.
ABC 36's Matt Groves sits down with Sara Weir and Traci Brewer to talk about an upcoming "coffee chat" hosted by the Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky where Weir will be speaking about the latest research into Down Syndrome.
Winter is coming up fast, and wearing the right things, can do wonders for getting through the colder months in good health. Nicole Perritore, from UK Extension, has a refresher course for Meteorologist Eric Burke.
ABC 36's Matt Groves welcomes Jeniffer Myatt and Lauren Monahan, with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, to the studio, where they talk about an upcoming paper shred event aimed at improving a person's security while making the environment a greener and cleaner place to live.
Who doesn't want a cute, friendly, and talented french bulldog mix? Yeah, that's what I thought. Check out the amazing Pierre, brought in by Marcia Taylor, with the Woodford Humane Society, in this edition of "Pets Need Pals."
Hydee Hawkins and Coach Daniel Johnson come to the studio to tell Matt Groves about the upcoming Celebrate Basketball event that aims to honor veterans by helping them access important information on housing and employment.