Settlements with two pharmaceutical companies will be used throughout Kentucky to expand substance abuse treatment, including opiate additions (such as heroin), Attorney General Jack Conway announc
The Covington City Commission will hold its first legislative meeting of 2014 on Tuesday and the agenda features a few significant developments.
Here is a preview of what to expect:
Fire damaged a home in Covington's Austinburg neighborhood late Sunday night.
Flames broke out in the attic at the home at 517 Delmar Place before spreading to the roof.
It could feel as cold as thirty-five degrees below zero on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
The national United Church of Christ listed a story out of Bellevue among its top ten in 2013.
UPDATE (Sunday): The proposed Smart Car & Smart Bike dealership would be owned by Bernie Moreno, owner of the new Ft.
The Cincinnati Art Museum features a loving tribute to Covington's arts scene in its newest edition of the quarterly Members Magazine.
Support for a statewide smoking ban in Kentucky has swelled to 65% according to the newly released Kentucky Health Issues Poll, an annual report published since 2008.
TV's Bill Nye the Science Guy will take part in a debate at The Creation Museum, the Boone County site dedicated to the idea of divine creation and opposed to the theory of evolution.
UPDATE (Friday): Vaughan pleaded not guilty in a Kenton County courtroom Friday.
ORIGINAL POST (Thursday):
Six teenagers are indicted by the Kenton County Grand Jury on Thursday for their alleged roles in the shooting death of Desean Peterson in October.
One of the best things about living in an urban area is that there is no shortage of people ready to be a catalyst for a strange story that will dominate the day's conversation.
As Covington and the Northern Kentucky River Cities usher in the early stages of an inevitable renaissance, a big push for progress came from ambitious entrepreneurs who opened news businesses and