Teaching basic fire safety in a school in Nairobi, Kenya, changed David Moore's life.
The Northern Kentucky Education Council and Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce are excited to announce the first ever Northern Kentucky Has Talent contest.
Gateway Community and Technical College is introducing a new scholarship aimed at high school students who will graduate in the spring of 2014.
A milestone for the Northern Kentucky University Foundation, Inc., means more support for the students and programs of NKU.
Northern Kentucky University President Geoffrey Mearns will deliver his January Convocation Address on Friday, Jan. 10, at 9 a.m., in the Votruba Student Union Ballroom.
NKU professor Cheryl Swayne donned a cap and gown Saturday to receive a doctorate in education from the College of Education and Human Services during the morning session of commencement ceremonies
Seven students from Covington Independent Public Schools were picked up by a limo and taken on a shopping trip with some Cincinnati Bengals players.
Fourth and fifth grade students at Latonia Elementary School will have their artwork on display at the Thomas More College Art Gallery through Friday, December 13.
Governor Steve Beshear will spend several hours in Covington on Wednesday as his expanded schedule now includes stops at two growing businesses.