A man is behind bars after an early afternoon ruckus on Howell Street in Covington's Peaselburg neighborhood.
The leader of a massive drug conspiracy that distributed large quantities of heroin and marijuana in Northern Kentucky and southern Ohio has been convicted by a jury of multiple drug charges and ot
The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled in favor of libraries across Kentucky facing lawsuits over how taxes are collected to fund the community institutions.
All of the Covington city commissioners acknowledged the expected budget shortfall facing City Hall.
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Northern Kentucky (19-14) saw its postseason come to an end in a dramatic 81-79 defeat to Marshall (17-14) in the Women's Basketball Invitational (WBI), which marked the third-straight appearance
Man Cited for Impersonating Officer in Covington Pulled Same Stunt in Oldham Co. & Was Ordered Away from Cincinnati Mayor
A man sitting in the Kenton County Detention Center accused of impersonating a police officer in Covington has been accused of the practice before and was even ordered to stay away from Cincinnati
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie has a plan that he claims would keep the federal Highway Trust Fund solvent.
Increased visitor spending boosted Northern Kentucky’s economy by $340 million in 2014 as tourism filled more hotel rooms than a year ago, meetNKY announced Thursday during its annual meeting.
When Emma Ranshaw was born, it was discovered that her left arm had not fully developed. Apparently, while in the womb, the arm became entangled and stop growing.
The Northern Kentucky University Board of Regents approved the schedule of 2015-16 tuition and fee rates, in accordance with the Council on Postsecondary Education’s tuition-setting policy and guid
Three suspects in the murder of a South Covington man were indicted Thursday by a Kenton County Grand Jury.