A woman is in critical condition after her disabled vehicle in the emergency lane was struck by a pickup truck on I-275 Thursday morning, e
Many state-funded road initiatives in the Northern Kentucky region have been completed or are moving on to a second phase while within the
Somebody bought a winning lottery ticket in Northern Kentucky!
Shopping carts from Walmart were a topic of discussion at this week's Ft. Wright City Council meeting.
A man busted in a Ft. Wright hotel with heroin, crack cocaine, a gun, and cash, is going to prison.
Three events late Wednesday night had police slammed in Covington and Ft. Wright.
Twenty law enforcement executives from agencies across Kentucky graduated Friday from the Criminal Justice Executive Development program, a
A new partnership Christ Hospital and the University of Kentucky will provide cancer patients with more treatment options and allow advance
State and local officials, along with many military veterans and residents, gathered Saturday at the Fort Wright City Building to honor tho
When Emma Ranshaw was born, it was discovered that her left arm had not fully developed.
Two local schools received anonymous bomb threats and a local bank was robbed Monday afternoon, and investigators believe that all of the i
It turned out to be a rough Friday commute on I-275.
UPDATE: All lanes are now open again as of 12:30 p.m.