Three attorneys from different state government agencies gave lawmakers a look at how Kentucky’s new public-private partnership (P3) law wi
On November 12, 2014, the Callahan Center in Bellevue was the site of one of those over-sized check presentations.
It was the winter of 2014 and Covington City Hall was still tense, six months removed from the shocking revelation that former finance dire
Three Northern Kentucky counties have been added to the Ohio High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA).
Jessamine County Sheriff Kevin Corman can think of days when Nicholasville has averaged two to four drug overdoses in 24 hours.
Glenn O. Swing Elementary continues to be a major story in local education.
Kentucky’s youth smoking prevalence is at a historic low, dropping nearly 10 percentage points over the past decade.
A ruling handed down by the Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday reverses Governor Matt Bevin's $18 million cut to the state's public univers
A kit used to reverse heroin overdoses will be given out by the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
Roughly half the workforce at the Internal Revenue Service in Covington would be eliminated by 2019 in a plan announced on Wednesday, accor
It was a blockbuster announcement last month: the Cities of Ft. Mitchell and Erlanger would move to share fire services.
Chase College of Law will remain in Highland Heights.
It is only the second day of operations for the new streetcar in Cincinnati, and already there was a mass evacuation.
The Cincinnati streetcar - now known as the Cincinnati Bell Connector thanks to a $3.4 million advertising contract - is ready for its ride