On May 15 and June 26 of this year, Covington Police allege that downtown business owner Phyllis Tyler purchased an electronic benefit transfer (EBT), or food stamp, card with cash for half its bal
Dayton Police are close to making arrests in the July vandalism of St. Francis Cemetery, Chief Scott O'Brien said Tuesday.
The blue older model two-door vehicle cruised slowly down East Thirteenth Street passing a small crowd before turning right on Wheeler Street.
One person was shot and another one was stabbed after a fight on Madison Avenue in Covington late Sunday night.
The man suspected of robbing a Latonia bank on Wednesday is now behind bars.
The man accused of robbing a gas station in Ft. Mitchell was arrested Friday night.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway and his Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control Unit announced Friday that Kentucky has joined with other states and the federal government in a $16.48 million settle
Money taken each year in Kentucky during all robberies combined falls well short of the total amount of wages improperly withheld from Kentucky’s workers.
A teacher who suddenly resigned two weeks ago amid an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Agency has been indicted by a Kenton County Grand Jury.
Covington Police are looking for a man who robbed the Heritage Bank on Decoursey Avenue in Latonia on Wednesday afternoon.
A second shooting in Covington's Eastside in as many days sent a man to the hospital Tuesday afternoon.
The two men accused of gunning down another man on a Covington street in the broad daylight hours of Monday afternoon only moved to the area a few weeks ago.
Two men are under arrest on murder charges following a shooting in Covington on Monday.
A man is hospitalized with multiple gun shot wounds.
An employee at Holmes Middle School appeared in Kenton County District Court on Wednesday morning, accused of trafficking in ten or more dosage units of opiates.