Former Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones was awarded $338,000 by a federal jury in Covington on Thursday morning in her defamation case against gossip website The Dirty and its owner Nik Richie (who
UPDATE (Friday 7 a.m.): Late Thursday night The Awesome Collective announced that it had reached its fundraising goal on Kickstarter so Friday's event is a celebration of that feat
The dropout age in the Commonwealth of Kentucky will be raised statewide from age sixteen to eighteen following the approval of Senate Bill 97 by ninety-six school districts.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is seeking the input of Kentucky residents for the state health improvement plan.
An effort to create buzz around the concept of pop-up retail in Downtown Covington is the focus of a free event this week that features Kentucky for Kentucky (or "Kentucky Kicks Ass") creator Griff
$1.2 million will go toward the funding of fifty-eight Community Early Childhood Councils in ninety-one Kentucky counties to promote school readiness for children, Governor Steve Beshear's office a
A Kentucky prosecutor announced Monday that there would be no criminal charges filed in the shooting death of a 2-year old girl who died from a wound suffered from a shot by her 5-year old brother.
ArtWorks Cincinnati is hard at work on a new mural in Downtown Covington at the Kerry Collision Center (25 E. Fifth Street) on the Scott Blvd side.
A former Bengals cheerleader and high school teacher wants $11 million from a gossip website that she claims defamed her.
Every Monday The River City News will take a look at some of the more unique items that Covington residents are selling on Craigslist.
A one-year old pit bull was found tied to a fence with its mouth duct-taped shut outside a vacant Louisville home.
Thursday's continuous rainfall didn't stop the 4th of July parade in Covington's Peaselburg neighborhood, but it did force organizers to alter the route which angered some neighbors who were waitin
C-Forward, the Downtown Covington-based technology firm, announced the hiring of two new employees.
From the Housing Authority of Covington: