The Northern Kentucky University women’s soccer team was picked to finish fifth out of 10 teams in the Horizon League in its first year as a member of the conference, according to a preseason poll
Northern Kentucky University Director of Athletics Ken Bothof unveiled a new design for John L. Griffin Court in BB&T Arena Wednesday morning.
The chairman of the Highland Heights Planning and Zoning Commission responded to criticism from his neighbors that he built a driveway on city property to lead up to his property without proper per
Northern Kentucky University Director of Athletics Ken Bothof has announced the release of NKU’s athletics strategic plan Uprising.
The City of Highlands was awarded $200,000 from the Kentucky Department of Transportation for the re-paving of the Knollwood Subdivision.
The Northern Kentucky University women's basketball team will have one more chance to elevate its game this summer, punctuating its offseason conditioning program with a week-long trip to Costa Ric
Northern Kentucky University is once again ranked among the nation’s top higher education institutions by Forbes Magazine.
Northern Kentucky University Director of Athletics Ken Bothof announced the hiring of Jeff Baldwin as the department's Director of Development where he will work to increase funding support for ath
Kristen Smith, a rising senior on Northern Kentucky's women's golf team, won the 2015 Northern Kentucky Women's Golf Association Amateur Tournament Tuesday evening.
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Northern Kentucky University's Clayton Portz earned Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-American Scholar honors, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced.
The Highland Heights City Council approved a resolution on Tuesday night at its regularly scheduled meeting to ask the Commonwealth of Kentucky for help with funding the construction of a new senio
The Northern Kentucky University men's soccer team released its 2015 schedule on Tuesday afternoon.
The future of Chase Law School has weighed heavily on the minds of some local politicians as movement is being made towards a potential move from the Northern Kentucky University campus in Highland