Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann sat in the Crestview Hills Panera last June ready to make a move for the Judge-Executive's seat.
A Covington Catholic senior has set a new record at the school for all-time number of service hours committed to the community.
The following editorial is written by Tony Webb, Board Chairman of the Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati.
Well, the Class of 2014 at Simon Kenton High School has the entrepeneurial spirit.
Its first attempt at a sale: the school itself.
Former Covington finance director Bob Due was to be sentenced Thursday for embezzling $793,000 from the city coffers.
A Ft. Mitchell father and his son are accused of sex trafficking a child and transporting women to Ohio for prostitution in exchange for heroin.
Kenton County will have a new judge-executive next year.
The latest numbers from various Kenton County primary elections will be rolling in throughout the evening and will be updated here as soon as we get them.
A new reverse transfer program between Northern Kentucky University and Gateway Community and Technical College will offer students the option of obtaining an associate’s degree even after transfer
The family of a Kenton County woman struck and killed in an apparent hit-and-run has raised $12,000 through online requests for funeral expenses.
This story has been updated with comments from Kenton Co. Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders:
A political party once relegated to the sidelines in Kenton County now dominates nearly every corner of government in Kentucky's third largest county.
As the race for Kenton County Judge-Executive steals a great deal of attention leading up to the May 20 Republican primary, so should the campaigns to fill the three Kenton County Commission seats
As the finals days of the 2014 primary election season slip away, candidates for the top elected positions in Kenton and Campbell Counties have no reason to slow down their campaigns.