Only one county in the state has a lower unemployment rate than Campbell, Boone, and Kenton.
A week after a man in a stolen semi-truck crashed and shut down U.S. 27 in the process, a suspect is behind bars, Campbell County Police said.
The Campbell County Police Department identified the two people killed in a two-car crash on AA Highway on Tuesday afternoon.
Kenton County had more overdose deaths per capita last year than any other county in Kentucky.
Campbell County Police are looking for a man named Nash.
Not much else is known about him, but he is suspected in a wide range of car thefts from Louisville to Ohio.
Six Campbell County high school students received college scholarships from Kentucky Farm Bureau.
A resurfacing project will impact traffic on U.S. 27/Alexandria Pike in Campbell County.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department (NKY Health) will begin operating a mobile syringe access exchange program in Campbell County and Kenton County beginning the week of July 23.
Campbell County will be the first in the state to require some Medicaid enrollees to participate in community engagement activities to keep their health care benefits.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky announced a new partnership with the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky as the state prepares to launch Kentucky HEALTH (Helping to Engage and Achieve Long Term Health),
The Pendleton County Board of Education named a new superintendent on Thursday.
The district selected Joe Buerkley to lead it.
Steve Pendery is seeking his fifth term as Campbell County Judge/Executive, but first he faces political newcomer Anna Zinkhon in the Republican primary.
She is awaiting a new trial later this year where she is accused of killing a former boyfriend in Highland Heights six years ago.
Former Campbell District Judge Timothy Nolan was sentenced to twenty years in prison on Friday.
Three Campbell County High School students have been selected to two of Kentucky’s most prestigious academies to complete the final two years of their high school studies.