Some of Northern Kentucky's most prominent business leaders came out Wednesday in favor of tolls and public-private partnerships as a means to construct the Brent Spence Bridge project.
(Editor's note: This story has been updated at the bottom of the post)
A study released Wednesday shows that the use of tolls to fund the Brent Spence Bridge project would have little impact on traffic diversion.
Congressman Thomas Massie said Thursday morning that there would be no federal funds available for the Brent Spence Bridge.
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized Ensemble Theatre’s production of Tribes with a 4.5 Star Rating.
The man accused of running over and killing a woman while high on heroin is now in custody.
A posting on Craigslist seeks to pawn off an undesirable cat to someone else.
UPDATE: The bridge reopened Monday afternoon.
Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center, formerly River Downs, is hiring 700 positions.
The $300 million investment by Pinnacle Entertainment is expected to open in May 2014.
Tolls would pay for the bulk of the Brent Spence Bridge project, said a report jointly released Tuesday by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Ohio Department of Transportation.
The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky is celebrating the fact that it raised more than $100,000 for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.