The latest numbers from various Campbell County primary elections will be rolling in throughout the evening and will be updated here as soon as we get them.
A new reverse transfer program between Northern Kentucky University and Gateway Community and Technical College will offer students the option of obtaining an associate’s degree even after transfer
Secretary of State and likely Democratic nominee for US Senate Alison Lundergan Grimes will join State Auditor Adam Edelen to rally Democrats in Campbell County this week.
More funding has been awarded for two road projects in Campbell County.
As the finals days of the 2014 primary election season slip away, candidates for the top elected positions in Kenton and Campbell Counties have no reason to slow down their campaigns.
The economic impact of tourism in Kentucky amounted to more than $12.5 billion in 2013, Governor Steve Beshear and Tourism, Arts and Heritage Secretary Bob Stewart announced today. The economic imp
Students in Kristin Hornsby’s Honors Race, Gender, and Theatre (TAR 102H) class were tasked late this semester with finding a way to benefit the campus community in some way.
The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law has announced the launch of its Regional Placement Program.
"This heroin thing came down so hard and so fast it made us realize how much we're up against. I'm so glad the whole area is ready to help each other with this problem.
Tom Schiff knows a good picture when he sees one.
The chairs of the Democratic Party in Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties issued a letter Wednesday reminding its voters that there is a competitive primary for them on May 20, also.
The governments of Kenton, Campbell, and Boone Counties will hold a joint meeting to discuss the heroin problem gripping Northern Kentucky.
The Judges-Executive in Campbell, Kenton, and Boone Counties are exploring options of a regional approach to treating heroin addicts in the jail system.
The Kentucky Division of Forestry and the Arbor Day Foundation have formed a partnership called the Kentucky Community Tree Recovery Campaign to replace the number of trees lost on the March 2012 t