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Bar, restaurant service time extended to 11, closing to 12

Governor says change in deference to sporting events, business efforts.

As expected, rules eased on bars, restaurants; feds must act: Beshear

Governor says Trump efforts need some modification.

Bars closing and restaurants reducing capacity, owners agree, it’s going to be hard

Governor Beshear's updated steps include closing bars and reducing indoor seating to 25 percent at restaurants for two weeks.

West 6th Brewing and Whiskey Bear say it was worth the wait to reopen

Two Lexington bars reopen Monday, following Governor Andy Beshear's guidance.

Bars, pools can reopen and in-person visitation at long-term care facilities resume Monday

More coronavirus restrictions will be eased Monday in Kentucky as the next phase of 'Healthy at Work' begins.

Bars can re-open Monday, but not everyone will

The state will be almost completely up and running on Monday, with bars preparing to open its doors.

Coronavirus causes bars and restaurants to close in person business

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Bars and restaurants should all be closed to in person business on the Governor's orders. Carryout and delivery are still available. Business...

Janitor convicted in co-worker’s slaying granted new trial

New evidence has granted a retrial in the case of a janitor serving life behind bars in Kentucky for the murder of his co-worker at a biotech company.

Cheers: Bill would let Kentucky bars buy vintage whiskeys

State lawmakers passed a bill that allows vintage bottles of spirits to be put back into circulation in Kentucky.

5 Lexington bars named in “America’s 80 Best Bourbon Bars” list

Bourbon industry publication, The Bourbon Review, has released its annual list of America’s 80 Best Bourbon Bars.

Apollo Nida Coming To Lexington Prison

A reality show star will be spending time in Lexington behind bars starting Wednesday.

UPDATE: Bill Allowing Concealed Guns in Bars Passes Ky Senate

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill that would allow concealed deadly weapons to be carried into bars and alcohol-serving establishments, so long as the carrier does not drink.

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McGrath slams McConnell on Supreme Court confirmation

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Amy McGrath slammed her Republican opponent, Mitch McConnell who was absent from a Monday forum broadcast on statewide TV while pushing through Amy Coney Barrett's U.S. Supreme Court confirmation.

Social media posts question behavior years ago, teacher suspended

Allegations on social media arose from prior job as youth minister

UK HealthCare says it’s prepared to handle Covid-19 surge

UK HealthCare officials say they are prepared for a Covid-19 surge.