A Covington man is dead after being shot by police in an Orlando, Fla. hospital.
The Covington Board of Education voted to purchase two new school buses.
Forty-eight people frm Gehlenberg, Germany visited Northern Kentucky recently and were hosted by Ft. Wright city councilman Dave Abeln.
The Newport Board of Education voted to accept a team from the Kentucky Department of Education to serve as a turnaround team and to conduc
Park Hills city council received a report on progress of the Lower Jackson Road project at last week's caucus meeting.
A pedestrian was struck in Latonia on Saturday.
Thomas More College becomes Thomas More University on Monday.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department announced Wednesday that it is taking part in the statewide "Focus on Flu" campaign to help prevent
The Northern Kentucky Bar Association announced its 2019 officers and board of directors.
Four people from Northern Kentucky were appointed to state boards by Gov. Matt Bevin.
A judge in Franklin County dismissed the City of Fort Wright's lawsuit against the Kentucky Retirement Systems' Board of Trustees
Ludlow Independent Schools won a Preschool Partnership Grant from the Kentucky Department of Education which will fund the district with $1
The Fort Wright city council will consider a proposal to annex the land where the Community of Faith Presbyterian Church operates.
The Welcome House of Northern Kentucky was won of the 2018 Impact 100 grant recipients - receiving an award of $104,000.