Local law enforcement agencies announced Friday the results of this week's crackdown on illegal driving activities along the I-75 corridor from the Ohio River to the I-275 interchange.
Two young girls are recovering and a Falmouth man is behind bars after a vehicle crashed into a home full of people in southern Kenton County.
Glenmary Home Missioners, based in Fairfield, Ohio, released a list of men credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult, and the list included one name connected to the Diocese o
Local police agencies begin their second highway safety traffic enforcement campaign on Friday.
Ft. Mitchell Police on Friday announced the arrest of a Ft. Wright man after report of a threat to Beechwood Independent Schools.
A man accused of robbing a Northern Kentucky bank was arrested in Florence on Wednesday night.
The results of the first part of a new enforcement campaign alongside I-75 in northern Kenton County were released Friday.
A trial that was originally slated to begin in April, and that was then continued to July, and that was then continued to October 2, was continued again this week.
A Northern Kentucky Skyline Chili location has been penalized by the federal government.
A Latonia man who previously admitted to illegal possession of nine Social Security cards and aggravated identity theft was sentenced to 40 months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge David L.
A Newport man was sentenced this week for committing Social Security fraud.
Robert Howard, 57, pleaded guilty to the charges and crimes that took place from July 2013 through April 2018.
On Tuesday, the Covington city commission is expected to approve the hiring of Vid Krull, Jr. as a police officer, and also to accept the resignation of police recruit Detrick Johnson.
A Campbell County mother accused of killing her 18-month old son saw her case proceed to the grand jury on Thursday.
Twenty-nine law enforcement officers from agencies across the state graduated Thursday from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
Covington Police K9 Holly is set to receive a bullet- and stab-proof vest thanks to a donation from Vested Interests in K9s.