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
Kentucky’s top health officials are warning state medical providers and community leaders of a pending public health crisis involving dange
A giant ferris wheel on the Newport riverfront is moving forward and a massive mixed-use development may soon be on the way to the parking
Unemployment rates fell in 93 of Kentucky's 120 counties between July 2015 and July 2016 according to newly released numbers from the Kentu
A project that involved the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the City of Covington will bring more than 500 jobs to RiverCenter, improving one
It was a story about how being gay in a Kentucky campaign was a surprising non-issue.
The City of Covington is now looking to fill two key roles that will focus on maintaining its economic development momentum.
When Fernando Figueroa was a senior at Loyola University in New Orleans, he wasn't entirely sure what he was going to do with his life.
Black bears and Asian carp came to Kentucky years ago uninvited.
A new poll reveals good news for Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and incumbent Senator Rand Paul.
In the late 1960s, young American men awaited notice from the United States government that they would be needed for the military effort in
"It was the right time and the right place.