According to figures released by public safety and event consultants, BLINK was the largest event ever held in the Cincinnati region.
The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge will be lit up during the second coming of Blink, the arts and light show that drew a million people to downtown Cincinnati in 2017.
This story has been updated and may be updated further.
The man accused in multiple robberies in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati was shot by police in Green Township, Ohio on Wednesday.
July will pass without the John A. Roebling Bridge reopening.
A vehicle was stolen from a Covington hotel.
A Cincinnati man was sentenced to 188 months, more than fifteen years in prison, for distribution of fifty grams or more of crystal methamphetamine.
This story has been updated to reflect that a third boat has been added to the race.
An old-fashioned riverboat race is set for next Monday on the Ohio River.
We now know more about what will happen in Covington when the popular light show BLINK returns to Cincinnati and expands into Northern Kentucky in October.
Scaffolding and temporary netting are being placed on the John A.
UPDATE: Julick was taken into custody.
For nineteen days, Jacob Ray Julick has eluded local police.
The Roebling Suspension Bridge is expected to reopen to vehicular traffic by the end of July, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced Tuesday.
The new dance troupe, CinCity Shakers will debut at next Sunday's NKY Pride Parade in Covington.
Founders Tiffany Pittman and Renee Tecco met as choreographers at Red Hot Dancing Queens.
The annual Roebling Bridge photo contest is underway.
The contest is sponsored by the Covington-Cincinnati Suspension Bridge Committee and PROCAM.