The former University of Cincinnati football team employee accused of sexually abusing a 73-year old worker at the Ft. Mitchell Kroger was sentenced Monday.
ArtWorks has named its eight finalists to be accepted in the 2015 Big Pitch program presented by U.S. Bank -- and three of the businesses are from Northern Kentucky.
Breaking-up. Making grades. Coming out. Rebelling against strict parents. Bitching about school. Navigating through life.
Northern Kentucky University 2012 BFA Acting grads Bradley Evans and Laura Madden are coming home from new lives in New York for Cincinnati Fringe with a new work and a new company and performances
An overturned vehicle caused late night traffic problems on I-75 near the Brent Spence Bridge.
Some fans had to be evacuated from their seats at Great American Ballpark during Friday night's Reds-Giants game.
UPDATE (4:30 p.m.): The man is under arrest after trading the vehicle for drugs in a Cincinnati neighborhood, according to police. The child is safe.
As more breweries pop up in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area, one local school is jumping on the trend by offering a special class for those who want learn craft brewing.
Duke Energy gave $500,000 to Thomas More College and the University of Cincinnati during an announcement on the Covington riverfront.
The police chiefs of Covington and Cincinnati, a former assistant chief of Newport, and the president of the Northern Kentucky NAACP appeared together for the Northern Kentucky Forum's discussion a
Another Hollywood movie is coming to Greater Cincinnati.
UPDATE: Highway has been fully reopened.