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Heater blamed for explosion and fire at asphalt plant in Berea

Quick action by an off-duty firefighter and the Berea Fire Department averted a potential disaster Sunday evening at an asphalt plant in Madison County.

Madison Southern HS student speaks out about reported racism

A sophomore student says she was the target of reported racial harassment.

UPDATE: KI USA Corporation in Berea extends shutdown

KI USA Corporation in Berea is extending its shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak to Sunday, May 3.

KI Corp. in Berea extends shutdown

KI Corporation, an automotive parts stamping, weld assembly, and ED coat paint facility in Berea is extending its shutdown because of the coronavirus outbreak until April 26.

Community turns out for man’s 101st

A Berea, Ky. man who wants to get 101,000 social media likes as part of celebrating his 101st birthday also will get a parade.

Red Lick Volunteer Fire Department raises over $1,000 at Chili supper

The Red Lick Volunteer Fire Department hosted a chili supper fundraiser Saturday that raised $1,100.

UPDATE: Victim identified in suspected dog attack

Melissa Wolke is accused of beating a man and commanding her pit bull to join in the deadly attack in Rockcastle County, according to KSP.

Berea schools go on brief lockdown following threat

Berea schools were on lockdown Friday after police say a man made threats against a school outside of Madison County.

Madison County lifts countywide burn ban

Madison countywide burn ban that was put into effect by Executive Order on August 9 has been lifted.

Berea man charged with rape in Laurel County

A Berea man is charged with rape in Laurel County.

Traffic Alert: Delays on US 25 in Madison Co. due to construction

State transportation officials tell drivers to expect delays on US 25 in Madison County as it undergoes construction.

Man taken to hospital after being cut at gas station in Berea

Berea Police say a man was cut in the parking lot of the Circle K on Richmond Road in Berea Friday night.

Madison County Health Department investigating hepatitis A case in a food handler

The Madison County Health Department says they are investigating a case of hepatitis A after a food handler who worked at a pizza place in Berea was diagnosed.

Organic Produce & More at the Berea College Farm Store

Today, we travel to Berea Kentucky to experience the Berea College Farm and Farm Store.

Detours scheduled for Wednesday in Berea

According to KYTC, a traffic switch will be in place in Berea Wednesday, as part of a widening project.

Copperas Mountain Candles, More Than Just Candles

Copperas Mountain Candle Company is an artisan candle company and art gallery in Berea, Kentucky.

Berea, Experience the Art of Kentucky

Berea, Kentucky has an artisan village and a variety of working artists. This draws regional and national attention to the unique town of Berea.

Councilman faces critics after controversial Facebook posts

BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Madison County town is divided over photos supposedly posted on Facebook by Berea City Councilman Jerry Little's wife. The photo...

Berea Police investigating vehicle break-ins

BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) - Several vehicles were broken into in Berea last week, according to police. Officials say 5-6 vehicles were broken into in the...

Book discussion in Berea presents “All the King’s Men”

The Kentucky Artisan Center invites the public to read the book “All the King’s Men” by Robert Penn Warren, and join a book discussion with poet and author Richard Taylor.

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New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.