The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), a subsidiary of the American Trucking Associations, released this week the findings of its 2014 Congestion Impact Analysis of Freight-Signific
More than 100,000 Kentuckians have newly applied for health care coverage or renewed their current plans through kynect during the first 30 days of open enrollment. Dec.
Yeah, hi, it's Northern Kentucky.
Thomas More College announced Thursday that there will be no tuition increase for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Additionally, there will be no increase for room and board.
As promised, the City of Covington's new branding will be revealed in December.
Only, that promise was made in the fall of 2013, which means the big reveal is a year behind.
The chalkboard menu still boasts of the specials served on its final night in early January.
State legislators are considering a range of options to promote dual credit courses as a way to increase college enrollment while reducing the cost of a degree.
Kenton County Senator Chris McDaniel sure has moved up fast in Frankfort.
The search is on for a new police chief in Ludlow.
Chief Steve Jarvis turned in his resignation on Friday.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce outlined its eight top priorities for the Kentucky General Assembly which convenes early next year.
The person who fired at a Florence Police officer at the Super 8 Motel on Dream Street was a 16-year old Covington boy, police said Wednesday.
The current Covington City Commission has been marred from the beginning by an inability to cooperate and trust one another, a problem often leading to public outbursts and argumentative debate at
Two months after the ambitious anti-blight program was announced, the City of Covington welcomed the first residents to participate on Monday night.