LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Here are five things to know before you go to bed on Jan. 16, 2022.

Baby Shark

If you’re a parent, especially with young kids you definitely know this song. I don’t even think we need to turn up the volume for you to know what this song is.
But you should feel proud because you’ve contributed to the fact that “Baby Shark” has now reached 10 billion views on youtube, making it the site’s most-watched video of all time.
The song was released back in 2016 in Japan. It didn’t become popular in the U.S. until 2019.
“Baby Shark” has been turned into a Nickelodeon show and has even made the Billboard Top 40.

Free Park Days

If your new year’s resolution is to travel more and save money–well I have the perfect solution.
The national parks just released their five free visit days for 2022.
And the very first one is tomorrow.

That’s right you can visit Yellowstone, Zion National Park, and even the Grand Canyon for free on these five designated days.
Head to our website to find out which days.

Novak Djokovic

World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic (joke-a vich) will not be defending his Australian Open title.
This morning judges ruled that Australia’s Immigration Minister was within his rights to cancel the unvaccinated tennis star’s visa–marking the second time it’s been canceled. Because Djokovic can’t appeal the decision a second time he will be deported.

The FAA

The Federal Aviation Administration is setting new landing rules for specific planes as the new 5G cell service goes online near airports.
The FAA said Boeing’s 787 planes will have to adopt new procedures for landing in wet or snowy weather,
because possible interference from the cell towers could delay the deployment of braking equipment.

Walmart

And a female Walmart driver is suing the company for discrimination–over her work uniform.
That’s right Dana Webb alleges her issued work uniform doesn’t fit women right and that the pants only come in men’s sizes and designs.

Her lawsuit said Walmart delivery drivers must wear a uniform or face termination.