There will be an organized rally calling for the removal of a statue from the Kentucky State Capitol building.
Boone and Kenton Counties are suing wholesale drug distributors, accusing them of misconduct and of contributing to the opioid/he
In a wide-ranging interview, former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear talked to The River City News publisher Michael Monks in an in
A hectic weekend for Kenton County officials ended with a bang on Tuesday afternoon.
The structural integrity of a tower near the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky used for emergency communication in the region is in dang
The Kentucky governor's office is hoping that the painted rocks trend can have a positive impact on the state's opioid/heroin crisis.
At its meeting in Frankfort Thursday, the Kentucky Board of Education started talking about what to include in its 2018-20 biennial budget
Attorney General Andy Beshear was in Erlanger on Monday to meet with the Northern Kentucky Human Trafficking Task Force.
It has been a busy month of consolidation talks in Kenton County.
"I want to be your friend. And I don't want you to get involved in anything you don't want to be involved with. You hear me?
The ribbon-cutting at the new Devou Park Clubhouse was met with great fanfare and applause for those involved.
Nearly five months after forcing out former City Manager Larry Klein, the City of Covington's mayor, along with the city commissi
A new poll shows support for the use of tolls to finance the Brent Spence Bridge project, which is estimated to cost around $2.5 billion to
The national debate over the future of health care in the United States landed in Covington on Sunday afternoon, first with a symbolic prot