More Videos

SEC's first black football player sees progress in race relations 2:48

SEC's first black football player sees progress in race relations

Elite basketball recruit likes UK, looks up to Anthony Davis 3:00

Elite basketball recruit likes UK, looks up to Anthony Davis

John Wall fights back tears while honoring his mom in Hall of Fame speech 8:14

John Wall fights back tears while honoring his mom in Hall of Fame speech

Official Trailer: Without a net: The Digital Divide In America 0:56

Official Trailer: Without a net: The Digital Divide In America

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism 1:44

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism

Bevin: 'We have a remarkable number of people who have no business being judges' 1:52

Bevin: 'We have a remarkable number of people who have no business being judges'

Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn 2:30

Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn

UK football's C.J. Conrad: We've got to get better from this 1:29

UK football's C.J. Conrad: We've got to get better from this

Bevin 'lost his courage' on pensions, tax reform, Rep. Kelly Flood tells teachers 2:46

Bevin 'lost his courage' on pensions, tax reform, Rep. Kelly Flood tells teachers

New road opens along South Broadway 1:06

New road opens along South Broadway

  • LexGo Eat at Fresh Thyme

    LexGo Eat got the scoop in Fresh Thyme, the newest natural foods grocery in Lexington, which opened last week. Also, a new bar/restaurant opened off South Broadway, Keeneland's Fall Meet starts Friday and chef Vivian Howard will be in Kentucky this weekend.

LexGo Eat got the scoop in Fresh Thyme, the newest natural foods grocery in Lexington, which opened last week. Also, a new bar/restaurant opened off South Broadway, Keeneland's Fall Meet starts Friday and chef Vivian Howard will be in Kentucky this weekend. Caitlyn Stroh The Herald-Leader
LexGo Eat got the scoop in Fresh Thyme, the newest natural foods grocery in Lexington, which opened last week. Also, a new bar/restaurant opened off South Broadway, Keeneland's Fall Meet starts Friday and chef Vivian Howard will be in Kentucky this weekend. Caitlyn Stroh The Herald-Leader

Buffalo Trace Distillery wants to give you a scare, then dinner and drinks

October 04, 2016 10:14 AM