The U.S. Department of Education has released a free, two-part training toolkit designed to reduce incidents of bullying, for use by classroom teachers and educators.
Preliminary statistics* indicate that 15 people died in 11 separate crashes on Kentucky's roadways from Monday, Sept. 24 through Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012.
In an effort to collect tens of millions of dollars owed to t
The Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) today unveiled a new, updated design for the horse license plate known so well to Kentuckians. The new plate marries the old and new, by keeping the foal image tha
Northern Kentucky University will host a series of candidate forums in the coming weeks to allow those running for off
A Chinese restaurant in Williamsburg, Kentucky (Whitley County) was shut down after workers were spotted wheeling in a dead deer in a garbage can, which is never a good idea to attempt when employe
The 1988 crash in Carrollton involving a drunk driver and a school bus that killed twenty-seven people has prompted many safety changes for school buses in Kentucky.
The jobless rate in Kenton County dropped from 7.5% in July to 7.3% in August according to new numbers released by the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training.
The NKY Business PAC, an organization that is separate from the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce but shares members, has made endorsements in several local state races:
A safety seminar at Northern Kentucky University aimed to prepare students in the event that a school shooting should ever take place on campus: