Three-three law enforcement officers from across the state graduated last week from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. Six are from Northern Kentucky.
A woman is behind bars on Wednesday after escaping during transport to Boone County Detention Center from Clay County, Indiana.
Paige Johnson went missing in 2010, at age 17, and year after year occasional tips would come into investigators and a search would resume.
Three men were arrested following a weeks-long investigation by the Boone County Sheriff's Office into a series of vehicle thefts, car break-ins, and fraud in the southern part of the county.
A Northern Kentucky police officer and a dispatcher graduated from their training programs at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
About 800 Kenton County driver’s license, permit, and identification card-holders may be receiving a letter from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) this month notifying them that they could
Covington Police are investigating an early morning stabbing and a call of shots fired Monday.
The Covington Police Department is urging city residents to lock vehicles and to remove or hide valuables after a string of thefts.
A Cincinnati man was convicted on Wednesday by a federal jury in Covington for participating in what investigators called an extensive conspiracy to distribute kilogram quantities of heroin and fen
The police departments of Covington, Erlanger, Fort Mitchell, Kenton County, the Kentucky State Police, and the Kentucky Commercial Vehicle Enforcement announced the results of its increased patrol
Erlanger Police K9 Asco has retired after more than six years with the department.
The German shepherd began working with Lt. Chad Girdler in 2013.
An inmate at the Kenton County Detention Center was found guilty this week of stabbing another inmate with a sharpened piece of a mop stick.
Refusing to take a blood alcohol concentration test for suspicion of drunken driving could become more difficult under legislation approved by the state Senate.
The Kentucky Association of Police Chiefs (KACP) honored State Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) with its Outstanding Legislative Services Award for supporting law enforcement efforts during the