The program initiated by the Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Office to assist struggling heroin addicts has already paid for itself, according to a news release.
COV200, the volunteer group behind Covington's bicentennial celebration, announced this week that they are creating commemorative bicentennial tokens as part of the upcoming BB&T Summer Celebra
Longtime Kenton County Circuit Judge Raymond Lape passed away on Wednesday. He was 87-years old.
Three accused of distributing heroin in Kenton County now face federal charges.
The City of Covington and Columbia Sussex made their respective cases before Judge Gregory Bartlett in Kenton County Circuit Court on Wednesday.
A proposal by the Kenton County Conservation District that would have allowed it to be funded by a new tax was rejected by the Kenton County Fiscal Court on Tuesday during the regular meeting in Co
The budget passed by the Sanitation District 1 board of directors earlier this month was approved by Judges/Executive Kris Knochelmann of Kenton County and Steve Pendery of Campbell County on Monda
A state legislative committee overseeing the implementation of the recently passed anti-heroin law heard testimony Friday about the more controversial provisions of the plan designed to get addicts
Only a few marriage licenses were handed out to same-sex couples in Northern Kentucky on Friday, the first day that they were permitted, but local county clerks offices, churches, and officiants ar
A Park Hills man admits to making child pornography images and videos available for download over the internet.
Kenton County Police officers are now equipped with Naloxone Resuce Kits to stem the number of heroin overdoses.
For the first time since 1972, the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and its airline partners have agreed on a new modernized use agreement.
"Very disappointing," said Covington City Commissioner Chuck Eilerman in reaction to the Sanitation District 1 board's decision not to fund, even in part, a sewer lateral repair program for homeown
The Northern Kentucky Health Department will consider a resolution moving forward a possible needle exchange program in the region.