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UPDATE: FDA OKs vaccine for younger age group; State easing more bar restrictions

Gov. Beshear: More Than 80% of Kentuckians 65 and Older Have Received at Least One COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

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

Downtown Lexington restaurants arrange New Year’s “do over” after Thursday evacuation

The owner of one of the city's newest bars says his restaurant was getting lots of business on New Year's Eve before police told him about a suspicious camper parked close by.

Old Vine Bistro Owner says he’s worried about making it through the winter, GoFundMe trying to help

"Stress, doubt, just trying to figure out a way to keep everybody working." Dean said.

Public hearing set for alcohol sale request at Shelby County marina

Dine-in restaurant sales sought at Guist Creek Lake Marina in Shelby County

Fazoli’s Day in Lexington: Restaurant industry continues to change

Starting a restaurant is hard enough keeping it going is even tougher and starting a franchise, well, there aren't many of those that really are successful but Lexington is home to one success story.

Man accused of pulling a gun outside restaurant

William Kairn is accused of pulling a handgun on another man outside a restaurant in Danville, according to the Boyle County Sheriff's Office.

Restaurants respond to mask mandate; survey finds seniors agree

New survey of senior adults back mask orders.

Mercer, other counties warned about coronavirus food service scam

As expected the COVID-19 and related scams continue to come out of the woodwork.

Relief program helps out-of-work restaurant employees

The restaurant workers relief program, gives former and furloughed employees a to-go dinner nightly, as well as other supplies such as diapers, cleaning products, toiletries and more.

‘Kentucky Proud’ web site lists takeout options

State Department of Agriculture sets up site to hook consumers up with Kentucky Proud certified businesses, farms.

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...

Frankfort brothers plead guilty in wage theft case

Two Frankfort brothers pleaded guilty Thursday in a wage theft case and one of the two also pleaded guilty in a separate child pornography case, according to federal prosecutors. 

The Kentucky Castle, Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa

Opening in 1969, the Kentucky Castle has undergone many changes. Today the Kentucky Castle acts as a hotel, restaurant, event center, and spa.

Kentucky restaurants: hepatitis A publicity hurting business

It seems almost every week, we tell you about a new hepatitis A case. Kentucky restaurants say they're losing business because of all that reporting. They think health departments are treating them unfairly. 

The Dixie Grill, New Changes Coming to Corbin

Beginning November 15, new ownership is renaming The Dixie Grill as In The Circle Family Restaurant. There will be lots of exciting changes taking place!

Boone Tavern, Kentucky’s First LEED Certified Green Hotel

What was originally built in 1909 to be a guesthouse for Berea College has grown to be the bustling Historic Boone Tavern Hotel and Restaurant.

WATCH: Flooding closes Cynthiana businesses

Flood waters took over a shopping center along U.S. 27 South in Cynthiana, closing several businesses.

McConnell leaves Kentucky dinner amid more heckling over ICE

Faced with chants of "no justice, no peace" and a blaring recording of "Fight the Power," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell abandoned his dinner at Kentucky restaurant.

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UPDATE: Power has been restored to Berea after large outage

Berea Utilities lost one phase of the transmission line feeding the city, resulting in the power outage.

Early morning Lexington car theft turns into shooting

The robbery happened at Kenesaw Drive around 1:30 a.m. Monday morning

Three African American historic sites receive $150,000 to help with preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that 40 grants totaling over $3 million will be distributed nationally.

Highway 127 Yard Sale kicking off early

Vendors at the nearly 700-mile long sale begin setting up and selling on July 29 and will sell until Sunday, August 8.