Northern Kentucky University welcomed back international students from Japan’s Gifu University for another year of learning and teaching.
A large building in Bellevue that may become home to more than sixty apartments will be the topic of a public meeting this week.
A board of adjustment meeting at the City of Bellevue related to a proposed apartment development has been canceled.
Art in the Park returns to Bellevue's Thomas J. Wiethorn Memorial Beach Park on Saturday, September 9.
The Bellevue Board of Education will work with the University of Louisville in a dual credit program designed for students who wish to beco
Dear Governor Bevin,
A massive building is the target for redevelopment - and misinformation, according to the City of Bellevue.
Kentucky law enforcement agencies that use body cameras want clear rules on what footage from the cameras can be disclosed and who can acce
Bellevue Police Chief Wayne Turner is the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP) Chief of the Year.
Thirty law enforcement officers from agencies across the state graduated last week from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Crimin
As we start to wind down summer, this is one of those weekends in the River Cities where there's almost too much to do!
The playground at Grandview Elementary in Bellevue is still damaged, after it was set on fire earlier this month.
"A Waffle House will be built there. It's not a rumor. It will happen."
An undeveloped piece of riverfront property in Bellevue may soon have new interest.
The Brent Spence Bridge at I-71/75 in Covington is down to two lanes in both directions, the Kentucky Route 9 project has disrupted traffic