Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law will become the first law school in Kentucky to offer an advanced law degree when it begins a program this summer that will award the international
A gutsy Norse rally down the stretch came up short, as Northern Kentucky fell on the road to Wright State, 67-64, on Saturday.
Sophomore infielder and pitcher Trey Ganns of the Northern Kentucky University baseball team was named a preseason All-Horizon League selection, the League office announced Wednesday in addition to
Late momentum from the Northern Kentucky University men’s basketball team was not enough to overcome Horizon League-leading Valparaiso on the road Thursday night as the Norse fell, 64-52, at the At
The Northern Kentucky University men’s golf team was picked to finish fifth out of eight teams in the Horizon League preseason coaches poll.
Northern Kentucky’s Cole Murray was named the Horizon League men’s basketball Player of the Week after an outstanding performance against Detroit last weekend.
Campbell County Zoning and Planning Director Cindy Minter and Economic Development Officer Seth Cutter led a discussion with the various Campbell County mayors on Tuesday evening about what transpo
The City of Highland Heights had a financially successful 2014-2015 Fiscal Year according to the annual audit report presented at the regularly-scheduled meeting of the Highland Heights City Counci
Two experienced development officers, Tara Widener and Jerome ‘Jey’ Marks, have joined Northern Kentucky University’s Haile/US Bank College of Business and College of Health Professions.
When Teddy Kremer was born, the doctors told his mother, Cheryl, that her son had Down syndrome and might never talk, walk, or smile.
Campbell County Commissioner Charlie Coleman continued to express his ongoing dissatisfaction with the potential move of Chase Law School to Downtown Covington after hearing Northern Kentucky Unive
Northern Kentucky University’s Office of Community Connections has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Bluegrass State Skills Corporation (BSSC) to improve and promote workforce development effor
Northern Kentucky University Computer Science student Drake Woods has won a prestigious international scholarship to study in Romania this spring.
Like many students in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program at Northern Kentucky University (NKU), Lisa Marie Watkins wanted to work on a Capstone project that would have a positive imp
With the calendar flipping to December, the City of Highland Heights didn’t wait to offer safety advice to its citizens at the regularly scheduled city council meeting