The Kenton County Board of Education will not vote on new boundaries for the county's schools, after all.
A Morning View man died after crashing south of Independence Saturday evening.
The man accused of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol at roughly 96 miles per hour before a crash that killed a family of five, was convicted Friday on five counts of murder.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department (NKY Health) will begin operating a mobile syringe access exchange program in Campbell County and Kenton County beginning the week of July 23.
The Kenton County Sheriff's Office reports that local residents have received several calls from likely scammers.
The man charged with facilitation to murder following the robbery and death of a Covington woman who was battling stage four lung cancer appeared in court on Tuesday.
Campbell County will be the first in the state to require some Medicaid enrollees to participate in community engagement activities to keep their health care benefits.
Local attorney Bob Hoffer will receive the Kenton County Pioneer Award at Tuesday's meeting of the Kenton County Fiscal Court.
Hoffer is a partner with DBL Law.
This story has been updated to reflect that Tommy Thompson has retained legal counsel.
A Ft. Mitchell man was convicted of on six counts of promoting a sexual performance by a minor under 16, and six counts of possession of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor.
The Kenton County Board of Education approved all-day kindergarten for students.
Previously, the school district offered a.m. and p.m. half-day kindergarten classes.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court honored one of the recipients of the 2018 Pioneer Awards.
Ralph Drees was presented with a proclamation noting his community leadership.
A slide on Decoursey Pike (KY 177) will be repared thanks to emergency county road aid funds from the state.