Another Hollywood movie is coming to Greater Cincinnati.
UPDATE: Highway has been fully reopened.
The 2015 Cincinnati Arts Association - Dancing for the Stars title is coming to Covington.
Walking Cincinnati is a walking guide of more than 30 of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky's favorite communities.
Northern Kentucky artists Brad McCombs and Numediacy play a vital role in a major regional exhibit about a vital topic: water.
Man Cited for Impersonating Officer in Covington Pulled Same Stunt in Oldham Co. & Was Ordered Away from Cincinnati Mayor
A man sitting in the Kenton County Detention Center accused of impersonating a police officer in Covington has been accused of the practice before and was even ordered to stay away from Cincinnati
Artist and life-long Campbell County resident Barbara Ahlbrand is showing a body of work in : Encompass : encircle : embrace : at Clifton Cultural Arts Center from March 20-April 23.
The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WARNING for the areas near the Ohio River at Cincinnati.
That warning is in effect until further notice.
Elisabeth Sebastian, Director of Professional Education and Outreach for the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati which serves 50,000 Alzheimer's patients and their families, is the recipi
Two Fort Thomas families have pieces from their private collections at Taft Museum of Art in An Eye for the West: Paintings and Sculptures from Local Collections, on view through May 17.
“Dance is for everybody,” late, great American choreographer Alvin Ailey famously said. “I believe that dance came from the people and that it should always be delivered back to the people.”
UPDATE: Power appeared to have been fully restored in Covington by 4:30 p.m., though thousands remained without power north of the river.
The bill that could possibly lead to tolls being used to fund the estimated $2.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project advanced through a House of Representatives Committee in Frankfort late
Will T. Scott has been running a long time, but last weekend, the former Kentucky Supreme Court justice came to Covington to walk.