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Roundtable discussion with local restaurants

Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles was in Lexington Tuesday, talking to restaurant owners and chefs about the challenges they're facing.

Business owners, chefs talk pandemic challenges, value of buying local products

“Restaurant Roundtables” series to thank Kentucky business owners and chefs for sourcing food from Kentucky farms

Hospitality workers, others team up to help needy

An initiative to use hospitality workers recently unemployed and other community food assets to provide prepared meals to those who need immediate access to food.

Chefs and truck drivers beware: AI is coming for your jobs

Robots aren’t replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S. jobs will be severely disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the automation of existing work, according to a new Brookings Institution report.

Chef’s Cuisine at the Hilary J. Boone Center

Doug High sits down with Seth Russell and Holly Jones Clark to talk about the amazing cuisine, including their signature shrimp and grits, available at the Hilary J. Boone Center.

Chefs to help prepare meals in some Kentucky schools

Chefs will help schools in eight Kentucky counties start preparing meals using fresh, local foods as part of two farm-to-school pilot projects.

The Incredible Food Show In Lexington

Local taste buds were getting a workout today at the annual Kentucky Proud Incredible Food Show.

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HIGHLIGHTS: KHSAA State Baseball and Softball Tournaments take over Lexington

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Juvenile shot, vehicles also hit by bullets in Lexington

The shooting happened in the 600 block of Woodchuck Way just after 8:30 p.m., according to Lexington Police.

Two people killed, three injured in Todd County crash

The deadly accident happened on US 79 early Friday afternoon, according to KSP.

Grayson Chamber of Commerce warns of counterfeit money in circulation

Counterfeit detection pens won't turn the bogus $100 bills black, but will discolor them, according to officials.