The parade, the festival, the after-party, and other events are back in Covington this weekend for NKY Pride.
It was a story about how being gay in a Kentucky campaign was a surprising non-issue.
The president of Northern Kentucky University is calling on the campus community to join in the Cincinnati Pride parade on Saturday.
An open-carry enthusiast hopes to attract like-minded individuals to Cincinnati Pride on June 25.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin issued a strong rebuke of President Barack Obama's letter to public school districts, directing them to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms that match their
Boy, it must be nice to live in a state that isn't facing a disaster due to its pension liabilities. And in a state where education is championed and successful.
The state Senate moved to change Kentucky marriage licenses on Thursday, passing a bill that would remove county clerks’ names from the license forms while creating a separate document for same-sex
Governor Matt Bevin announced five executive orders on Tuesday pertaining to marriage licenses, minimum wage, hiring practices within the state government, the restoration of voting rights for felo
The mass murder of more than 30 people inside a New Orleans gay bar is the subject of a new documentary that opens OutReels Cincinnati, a 3-day celebration of LGBT cinema at the Aronoff Cen
The Rowan Co. Clerk will be released from jail.
A group of anti-gay Christians took to the residence of United States District Judge David Bunning on Monday.
Rowan Co. Clerk Kim Davis has been ordered to jail and was escorted out of a federal courtroom in Ashland by U.S. Marshals on Thursday afternoon, according to reporters at the scene.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis still won't issue marriage licenses because of her objection to same-sex marriage and now she must appear in federal court.
UPDATE: Rowan Co. Clerk Kim Davis continues to refuse to issue marriage licenses, citing her religious beliefs. This story will be updated.