A Covington Police officer wounded in the line of duty is the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police's Officer of the Year.
Covington Police launched a massive operation on Thursday afternoon in pursuit of sixty suspected drug traffickers mostly dealing in heroin.
In conjunction with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, law enforcement agencies in Kentucky are stepping up efforts to persuade drivers to put down the phone as part of the first national
Six people are behind bars following a two-month long investigation by a Boone County Sheriff's Office task force that focused on widespread thefts of copper wire from Duke Energy utility poles and
A man was arrested Sunday morning after allegedly driving drunk and hitting a Taylor Mill house's porch, according to police.
Covington Chief Jones is Keynote Speaker as 5 Northern Kentucky Officers Graduate from Executive Academy
Five from Northern Kentucky were among the twenty law enforcement executives from agencies across Kentucky that graduated Friday from the Criminal Justice Executive Development program, an advanced
A woman is accused of stealing $300 from a Bellevue ATM after someone left his or her card behind.
The City of Taylor Mill welcomes a meeting next week about the heroin epidemic in Northern Kentucky.
The discovery of a suspicious substance in a trash can forced the Covington Fire Department to evacuate Eureka Street in Latonia late Friday afternoon.
This article was written by the executive board of the Fraternal Order of Police, Covington Lodge #1. It is published here as a contributed editorial.
Bob Due did not live a lavish lifestyle during his fourteen year career as finance director for the City of Covington. He was not known for flashy suits, a nice car, or a sprawling home.
A man pleaded guilty this week to two counts of attempted murder, one count of first degree assault, and two counts of first degree wanton endangerment after a shooting in Villa Hills.
Former Covington finance director Bob Due is scheduled to appear in a Kenton County courtroom on Thursday where he is expected to change his not guilty plea.
Calling the rise in overdose deaths from heroin and other prescription pain-killers an “urgent public health crisis,” Attorney General Eric Holder vowed Monday that the Justice Department would com