Former Dayton City Administrator Dennis Redmond told a Cincinnati TV station Monday that he was forced to resign.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear are invited guests at tonight’s State of the Union address in Washington, D.C.
Herb & Thelma's, the restaurant famous for its burgers that it has served in Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood since 1939, was featured on WKRC late last week.
Covington City Commissioner Chuck Eilerman announced that he will file for reelection Monday.
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A new restaurant opening in Newport on Tuesday may not have come about had plans to reopen the Mike Fink floating restaurant in Covington not broken down.
The Christ Hospital Health Network in Cincinnati announced today its initial redevelopment plans for the landmark Drawbridge Inn site in Fort Mitchell, which include a 75,000-square-foot medical of
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The man accused of running over and killing a woman while high on heroin is now in custody.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes spoke to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce at the Metropolitan Club in Covington on Friday.
Former Kenton County District Judge Chas Brannen has filed to run for the Covington City Commission.
After nearly two decades of being self-employed working in commercial wiring, Tim Jensen wanted to try something else.
It was constructed in 1888 as Covington Firehouse #4 and now 126 years later is on the real estate market.
Some students at Bellevue High School created a public service announcement about bullying and uploaded it to YouTube on Thursday.
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail experience recorded more than 630,000 visits in 2013, a new milestone for the tour that showcases the state’s legendary Bourbon and craft distilleries.