Adam Burniston, WKYT

Adam Burniston

WKYT

Lexington, KY, United States

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  • WKYT
Past:
  • wave3news
  • FOX19

Recent articles by Adam:

Law enforcement officers hand out Thanksgiving meals in Lexington

Law enforcement officers are out in Lexington Monday handing out Thanksgiving meals ahead of the holidays. → Read More

Dedication ceremony held for new veterans shelter in Lexington

A dedication ceremony was held Wednesday morning for a new shelter in Lexington aimed at helping veterans in need. → Read More

Lexington Christmas tree farms suggest planning now if you want a tree for the holidays

Nieman's and Barker's Christmas Tree Farms began a reservation system for their Christmas trees to help people be safe during the pandemic last year. → Read More

UK researchers working to improve tech to remove CO2 from atmosphere

Researchers at UK’s Center for Applied Energy Research are partnering with Vanderbilt University, LG&E and KU, and other institutions to improve technology to capture carbon directly from the atmosphere. → Read More

‘Unbelievable:’ Dog survives 170-foot fall in Red River Gorge

The Wolfe County Search and Rescue Team said it’s nothing short of a miracle after they got a call to rescue a dog that fell off a cliff in the Red River Gorge. → Read More

‘Unbelievable:’ Dog survives 170-foot fall in Red River Gorge

The Wolfe County Search and Rescue Team said it’s nothing short of a miracle after they got a call to rescue a dog that fell off a cliff in the Red River Gorge. → Read More

Real estate companies step in to help Kentucky families devastated by flooding

Nearly a dozen families are receiving more aid in Nicholas County. This comes after devastating flash flooding swept through the region over two months ago. → Read More

Heavy rain causing high water issues in Kentucky

Officials in Bath County says several roads are underwater. They say most of the flooding is north of I-64. → Read More

WKYT Team Coverage: County leaders on high alert ahead of potential flooding

What’s left of now tropical depression Ida is making its way through Kentucky and is dumping a lot of rain in the region over the next 24 hours. Our WKYT team is tracking everything you need to know. → Read More

Lexington Humane Society hopes to find more forever homes with ‘Empty the Shelters’ event

While the Lexington Human Society has seen steady adoption rates throughout the pandemic, they have seen a slight increase in animals being surrendered to their shelter over the past few months. → Read More

Kentucky wildlife rehab center needs your help so they can help more animals

A wildlife rehabilitation center in Harrison County cares for hundreds of animals every year, but they’re hoping to increase that number with an expansion to the center. → Read More

Clean-up continues after devastating flooding in Carlisle, Ky.

People in Carlisle are still cleaning up after devastating flash flooding swept through the community last week. → Read More

ATF holding training, testing in Lexington for law enforcement K-9 teams

The three day event includes K-9 teams from both the local, state, and even federal agencies, they’re here to not only train and learn, but also possibly receive their official certification. → Read More

Smoke from western wildfires brings thick haze to Kentucky skies

As we’ve noticed over the last few days, hazy skies have increased across the Commonwealth. It’s due to wildfire smoke traveling from parts of Canada and from western states. → Read More

Smoke from western wildfires brings thick haze to Kentucky skies

As we’ve noticed over the last few days, hazy skies have increased across the Commonwealth. It’s due to wildfire smoke traveling from parts of Canada and from western states. → Read More

Madison Co. man picks up trash along creeks, turns some of it into art

A man in Madison County is making creeks cleaner by picking up trash, and has already collected thousands of pounds. He's turning some of it into art while trying to spread more awareness about the problems of littering. → Read More

Ky. Fish & Wildlife receives hundreds of reports about mystery illness affecting birds

According to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, several states are involved in this unknown illness impacting birds and, in Kentucky, it appears to be worse in northern and central regions. → Read More

Bluegrass Fair opens Thursday with first roller coaster in 20 years

The Bluegrass Fair is back this year with new rides and entertainment after having to cancel last year due to the pandemic. → Read More

UK researchers working with NASA to improve heat shield technology

Every few years, NASA creates Space Technology Research Institutes and UK was selected, along with a handful of other colleges, to be a part of it. Their goal is to research and improve heat shield technology. → Read More

Appreciation celebration held for emergency crews who helped during historic flooding in Lee County

It’s been just over two and a half months since devastating flooding struck Lee County in early March. → Read More