The Kentucky State Police (KSP) is gearing up for the New Years Eve holiday, which is traditionally a time for festive events where people gather to ring in a new year.
A Louisville man was arrested after disrupting a bingo game.
Here is a look at what's making headlines around Covington and around Kentucky on Christmas:
MAN GOES HOMELESS TO RAISE AWARENESS
Monday marked the final day that Kentuckians could enroll in the state's new health care benefit exchange in order to have benefits by January 1, though the enrollment period continues.
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Kentucky’s “gas tax” on sales of gasoline, diesel and ethanol motor fuels will decrease by 1.5 cents per gallon on New Year’s Day, reflecting a drop in the calculated average wholesale fuel price.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced what he has called his top ten accomplishments of 2013, including the expansion of Medicaid and implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act in the Co
Kentucky, Iowa, South Dakota, New Mexico, and Wyoming are 2013’s five best states to abuse animals, according to the latest report released by the national nonprofit Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF
Just in time for your holiday gift giving, the Kentucky Division of Historic Properties announces the release of the Kentucky Governor's Mansion ornament to commemorate the centennial anniversary o
Since Thanksgiving week, enrollments in affordable health care through Kentucky’s state health insurance exchange have jumped 40 percent – adding another 24,140 Kentuckians to the list of the newly
Though work has already begun, ground was ceremonially broken at the former Robke Chevrolet site at the 1300 block of Madison Avenue in Covington.