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Teens across the country spend week volunteering in Winchester

Nearly 300 teens a part of ‘Group Mission Trips' volunteered in Winchester

PICS: Reports of high water, flooding across Central Kentucky

Heavy rain Thursday led to high water and flooding in several areas

Winchester celebrates new park designed for accessible, sensory-play

People in Winchester are celebrating the opening of a park designed with accessibility in mind.

UPDATE: Hearing delayed until June 2 in Winchester slaying case

Steven McGuire is accused of shooting and killing 34-year old Sheila Smith at an apartment on Main Street, according to Winchester Police.

Winchester group raising money for veteran foot markers

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Winchester organization is encouraging the community to participate in a special project in honor of Memorial Day. There are currently...

Volunteers work on improving facility for homeless female veterans

Serving those who have served our country, is the purpose of a facility in Winchester.

‘Last’ ticket pays off $500,000 for Winchester man

Man bought ticket, didn't win, then bought the last ticket.

UPDATE: Winchester selling location of Mega Millions winning ticket released

Ticket had five of the six numbers, not the Mega Ball

Police investigate possible murder-suicide in Winchester

Police think man shot his estranged wife, then himself

Local church doubles down on Kentucky flood relief efforts

Crossroads Church have been in the trenches trying to help families bounce back..

Winchester man held on $207,000 bond in child sex abuse case

Alleged incident happened last May, reported in June.

Home for Lady Veterans open, accepting applications

Home gives traumatized women veterans a chance to restore themsleves.

‘Leaders’ celebrated at Justice Elementary in Winchester

Elementary school celebrates the Leder in Me.

Winchester, Georgetown, Versailles hospitals start COVID antibody treatment

New therapies designed to lessen severity of virus for non-hospitalized patients

Winchester demonstrators make point, state says it’s working on crosswalk safety

They've been trying to add them for a year, after a Bob Tabor was hit crossing the road, nearly killing him.

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New outreach program serving in local communities

Community outreach programs have teamed up to bring resources and hope directly into communities in need.

Hops and Vine Festival celebrates local business

Apollo Pizza turns 40 this year and held it's birthday celebration during the annual Hops and Vine Festival.

Music comes to Midway with first local music festival

Local sponsors put on the first music festival in Midway on Saturday.

The Nest hosts first in-person event of the year

This year's annual Family Fun Day by The Nest was themed "safety".