Covington Police Chief Spike Jones vows to increase stops in Peaselburg and to enforce the city's teen curfew more rigidly after multiple p
Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due is headed to prison after hearing his sentence on Thursday from Kenton County Judge Gregory Bartl
In a repeat of last year's assault on Peaselburg's beautification efforts, some of the Covington neighborhood's planters have been destroye
The website Safewise released its list of the 50 Safest Cities in Kentucky as part of its efforts to inform potential home buyers
What good is the all the upcoming, ambitious development when a short walk on just a few city blocks in Downtown Covington is like a sad da
Inside an old laundromat space on Fifth Street in Downtown Covington, a special part of the Covington Police Department is housed.
The sunny and warm weather were the perfect combination for a classic car show in Ft. Mitchell on Saturday.
Emmert Earls remains in the Kenton County Detention Center on a $50,000 cash bond after appearing in court this week.
Witnesses say he was heavily drinking and then drove his vehicle from Newport toward Erlanger, driving erratically and prompting calls to 9
The man who police identified as the gunman in Sunday's deadly shooting in the parking lot of the Latonia Dairy Queen had written a lengthy
Two men are dead are after a murder-suicide late Sunday afternoon in the parking lot of the Dairy Queen in Latonia.
UPDATE: This was a murder-suicide according to Covington Police.
Ludlow Police reported a second of two large busts in the same week on Friday.
Former Covington finance director Bob Due was to be sentenced Thursday for embezzling $793,000 from the city coffers.