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Shakespeare & Co. – How To Properly Taste Wine

Today on the show, Jordan Spence from Southern Wine's & Spirits taught our audience how to properly taste wine. He gave us an insight...

Barrel Fest- Venues of The Grand Reserve

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Go check out Barrel Fest!

Laurel County woman accused of passing out with baby in car

The Laurel County Sheriff says a woman was found passed out inside a car with a 9-month-old baby in the back. 

Bourbonless distillery coming to Danville

Kentucky will soon be boasting another distillery, but unlike most other distilleries in the state, this one will not offer bourbon.

Man arrested for rape of minor

Police have arrested 19-year-old Dajuan Williams for the rape of a thirteen-year-old girl last September.

Standoff in Scott County ends peacefully with arrest

The Scott County Sheriff's Department say a standoff with a man inside his home ended without incident overnight.

UPDATE: Hiker’s body recovered in Red River Gorge

A hiker from Louisville fell 200-feet to his death overnight in the Red River Gorge, according to Powell County Search & Rescue.

Rally4Recovery celebrates addiction-free life

Hundreds gather in Winchester to celebrate overcoming various addictions.

Man arrested after boating mishap that killed teenager

A man has been arrested after a boating mishap Friday that killed a teenager.

State lawmaker accused of breaking a law he tried to change

A Republican state lawmaker has been charged with breaking a law that he tried to change during the legislative session.

Two arrested in TV theft from former restaurant

The Lexington Police Department say two people are behind bars after they reportedly broke into a former restaurant and took televisions, speakers, and alcohol.

London PD: Man arrested after giving alcohol, having sex with minor

Police in London say a man is behind bars, accused of giving alcohol to two minors, and having sex with one of them.

Allen County Voters Say No to Alcohol Sales

Voters in Allen County have voted down legal alcohol sales.

LPD: Woman Provided Drugs, Alcohol and Sex to Teens

London Police arrested a woman who they say provided drugs and alcohol to three juveniles and had sexual contact with two teenaged boys.

Hartford to Hold Referendum on Alcohol Sales

A third city in western Kentucky's Ohio County plans to hold a referendum on alcohol sales.

2 Arrested After Meth Found During Traffic Stop

A man and a woman are behind bars after Kentucky State Police say they found drugs and open alcohol containers in their vehicle during a traffic stop.

UPDATE: Grand Jury to Hear Case after Police Officer Killed in Oct. Crash

A grand jury will decide whether to indict a woman charged in the deaths of a Louisville police officer and another pedestrian.

Hartford voters to decide whether to allow alcohol sales

Voters in Hartford will be the next Ohio County community to decide whether to allow alcohol sales.

Election Day sales of alcohol OK’d by McCracken County

Residents in wet precincts across McCracken County will no longer be forbidden from buying alcohol on Election Day.

Drink up: More Kentucky communities allowing alcohol sales

Voters in multiple communities around Kentucky have approved alcohol sales.

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Some people at the Bryan Station vs. Lafayette football game Friday night say they're tired of the back and forth.
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Louisville 11 p.m. update: Man charged with aiming laser at chopper, church provides refuge

People remained largely peaceful Friday night on the sidewalk surrounding the First Unitarian Church, with some yelling “say her name, Breonna Taylor.”