Health issues facing Northern Kentucky and the state overall will be the focus of a series of events featuring State Rep. Addia Wuchner (R-Florence).
After a full day of social media and news outlet reports about a driver approaching female students in Florence, police reported Tuesday that it was all a misunderstanding.
UPDATE: Florence Police now say the driver works for a ride-share company and that this incident was a misunderstanding.
Florence Police are investigating a series of thefts from vehicles at daycare parking lots.
The department shared images of the suspected vehicle used in the thefts.
Two local businesses are looking to fill open positions.
The Lip Sync Challenge is the latest viral video sensation sweeping law enforcement departments across the country.
Another food service worker in Northern Kentucky has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.
This time, the worker was employed at the Lee's Famous Recipe on Burlington Pike in Florence.
A man is in jail accused of making threats against Northern Kentucky schools.
Billy Jones, Jr., 19, of Independence, was arrested at an apartment in Florence, according to police.
A man who sold methamphetamine at the Florence Mall was sentenced to more than ten years in federal prison.
Sears announced Thursday that it is closing 46 more stores across the country, and this time, the Florence Mall location also got the ax.
Florence city council expects to keep its property tax rate at $0.182 for every $100 of value.
That is the same rate for the past ten years.
Northern Kentucky will soon have its first "jug handle" project underway.
UPDATE: Reynolds was found dead on Saturday morning. Investigators believe that he may have fallen and hit his head.
Five people from Florida were sentenced in federal court in Covington for committing credit card fraud in Northern Kentucky.
An issue involving chickens in Florence could be headed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals.