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Kentucky lawmakers pass coronavirus-relief measure

Kentucky lawmakers passed a coronavirus-relief bill to help workers and employers suffering economic damage from the pandemic.

Bourbon makers want equal treatment on wine bill in Kentucky

Kentucky's bourbon industry has a bracing message for its lawmakers, who are considering a bill to allow out-of-state shipments of wine shipments to Kentucky consumers.

First Vineyard, A Historic Bluegrass Winery and Venue

What should you expect from your first visit to First Vineyard? An atmosphere that delivers not only fine wine, but exceptional customer service.

Chenault Vineyards – Hometown Tours

A vineyard ripe with people who love people and love what they do—ready to welcome you.

Frankfort/Franklin County debate Sunday alcohol sales

Franklin County will vote this week on whether or not to allow alcohol sales on Sunday's.

2017 River Blast at First Vineyard

The 2017 River Blast at First vineyard is Saturday, August 26th, from 6:00-10:00 p.m.

University of Kentucky program to begin selling its wine

The limited sales would involve no commercial sales at liquor stores or restaurants.

Wine, Women, & Shoes – Kids Cancer Alliance

Katie Solove sits down with Shelby Russell, with the Kids Cancer Alliance to learn more about the organization, and hear about their upcoming "Wine, Women, and Shoes" fundraiser.

Lexington Police Arrest Man in Connection with October Wine Store Robbery

Police have arrested Gregory Richardson for robbery. According to court documents, Richardson allegedly robbed a wine and spirits store on North Limestone at the end of October.

Williamsburg to expand alcohol sales

Voters in Williamsburg on Tuesday cast their ballots to expand alcohol sales.

Nicholasville Vineyard added to National Register of Historic Places

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky (WTVQ) When you think of Kentucky you think of horses, the Kentucky Derby, maybe Kentucky bourbon. But wine isn't usually the first thing that comes to mind....

Judge accused of racially charged comments toward prosecutor

The Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission has charged a black circuit judge with six counts of misconduct for a series of racially charged public comments.

Judge removed from criminal case at request of attorney

Kentucky's chief justice has disqualified a judge from a criminal trial at the request of Jefferson Commonwealth's attorney.

Kentucky wines recognized at gala

Wineries from Burkesville, Frankfort, and Paducah received Commissioner’s Cup honors at the Celebration of Kentucky Wines gala.

UPDATE: New Stores & Restaurant Coming To Fayette Mall

Fayette Mall announced Friday that a new restaurant and two new stores were scheduled open over the next several months.

Wine Shortage a Possibility says Local Vineyard

According to a report from Morgan Stanley Research, the world is headed for a wine shortage. The report says poor production in Europe and wine drinking demand in China are draining bottles.

Wine Shortage a Possibility says Local Vineyard

According to a report from Morgan Stanley Research, the world is headed for a wine shortage. The report says poor production in Europe and wine drinking demand in China are draining bottles.

Bottle Candle Designs

An easy outdoor and indoor design for summer get togethers.

Clerk Robbed At Knifepoint At Liquor Store In Lexington

Lexington Police said a man robbed a clerk at knifepoint at the Liquor Barn on Richmond Road Thursday afternoon.

Dry Season Creating Better Wines

The dry hot summer is producing grapes with more sugar and fewer chances of disease.

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UPDATE: 38-year-old New Circle victim identified

Two vehicle crash has raod still closed.

City at crossroads, should rename Cheapside, business owners say

Time to recognize the "atrocities perpetrated there."
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Lexington gears up to light the sky while social distancing

For those who decide to get a closer view of the fireworks downtown, the city says to stay in your car.