Campbell County Police identified the driver killed in a crash on AA Highway on Saturday as Eric Clos, 39, of Brooksville, Ky.
The driver of a car is dead after a crash involving a charter bus that reports indicate was transporting students from Covington Catholic High School, according to multiple media reports.
The Kentucky Democratic Party is upset over polling locations in the upcoming February 25 special election to fill the statehouse seat vacated by Democratic State Rep.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court joined a number of Kentucky counties, including Kenton and Boone, in adopting a resolution in support of the Second Amendment.
A local high school student will join lawmakers and policy-makers in Frankfort on Tuesday to address the rise in youth vaping or use of e-cigarettes.
The Campbell County Republican Party selected Mary Jo Wedding as its candidate in February's special election for state representative in district 67, but there will be a primary for the regular el
Rachel Roberts is officially the Democratic candidate in the special election for Kentucky State House District 67.
Governor Andy Beshear announced Thursday that a special election to fill the vacant state representative seat in House District 67 will be on Tuesday, February 25.
Two candidates, one Democrat and one Republican, have announced their intention to see the state representative seat vacated by Democrat Dennis Keene.
The Campbell County Farm Bureau was recognized for the achievement of its women's program in 2019 with the Gold Star Award of Excellence.
Campbell County announced an enhancement to Smart911, which allows residents to receive emergency notifications.
The Campbell County Public Library's new board of trustees member is Jonathan S. Cullick.
The following op-ed is written by Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore, Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery, and Kenton County Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
Though eighteen Kentucky counties saw their unemployment rates rise between September 2018 and September of this year, 91 counties' rates fell, while 11 stayed the same.