A small group of people was rescued from a car that was submerged in Independence near Cody Road and Glen Meadow Drive where a creek has apparently flooded.
The Littlest Angels Learning Center is one step closer to opening a new location in Independence after City Council approved Phases 1 and 2 of the project at its regularly-scheduled meeting
Looking for something fun to do with the kids this month? The Kenton County Library is offering several great holiday events at its branches the next two weekends. Below is a list of events:
Law enforcement officers from 18 agencies across the state graduated Friday from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
In what has been a fascinating and exciting season of Northern Kentucky high school football, the final week before the post-season begins offered another set of thrilling match-ups.
Kenton County Parks & Recreation, in cooperation with Kenton County Public Library, has announced its “Letters to Santa, Letters from Santa” program that will begin on Monday, November 2.
The father of an infant was indicted by the Kenton County Grand Jury on Thursday for allegedly shaking the baby violently.
This weekend, the Kenton County Public Library’s William E. Durr branch, located at 1992 Walton-Nicholson Road in Independence, is having its 8th annual Haunted Library event.
Kenton Circuit Clerk (KCC) John C. Middleton has announced the opening of a new driver’s license location with a Grand Opening for Life celebration.
The City of Independence honored the SWAT team at its regularly-scheduled city council meeting on Monday night after it diffused a dangerous standoff situation in late August in Independence.
The Friends of KCPL will be selling nearly new and gently used books, movies, and music at prices $4 or less starting Sunday, September 27 through Saturday, October 3.
Two projects in Northern Kentucky received emergency road aid funding from the Commonwealth of Kentucky on Wednesday.
Change has arrived at Summit View Academy, the combined elementary and middle school in Independence.
The days of teenagers either eagerly anticipating or dreading a trip to Erlanger for a short drive with a Kentucky State Trooper as a passenger - are over.
Simon Kenton football has put together back-to-back quality seasons where they were able to reach the Class 6A quarterfinals in each year, but a state championship game appearance has proven elusiv