There will soon be two new structures in Latonia.
The Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board on Wednesday approved the hiring of a Louisville company to provide marketing, branding, and communications services related to an all-electronic tolling system for
The youngest member of the Kentucky General Assembly is coming to Covington this week.
A change this summer in a Kentucky law has allowed the state’s burgeoning microbrewery industry to tap into the fastest-growing alcoholic beverage category in the nation:
Louisville was the top trending topic on Twitter for most of Friday night.
A new poll released shows Senator Mitch McConnell opening up a lead on his Democratic challenger, and Attorney General Jack Conway ahead over all Republicans in next year's governor's race.
Police officers from Northern Kentucky were among the 137 across the Commonwealth to be honored for their efforts to increase the use of seat belts and child restraints in motor vehicles.
Kentucky achieved the second-sharpest decline in the uninsured rate of adults since the Affordable Care Act took effect in January 2014.
"I confess. I love two men. I love Jesus and I love Jim."
Eastern Kentucky will soon be home to one of the most innovative dairy facilities in the world.
Groups from four states will rally in Cincinnati's Lytle Park on Tuesday ahead of oral arguments in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday that will decide six marriage cases in Kentucky,
Interstate I-75 was shut down in both directions following a multi-vehicle crash on the Brent Spence Bridge that happened just after 12 p.m. today.
Kentucky overdose deaths stayed steady in 2013, while the number of deaths attributed to heroin continued to climb, according to a report issued this week by the Office of Drug Control Policy.
As part of a 10-month investigation, the Covington Police Department executed multiple warrants at A&E Fashions and Beauty Supplies, a downtown Covington store located at 812 Madison Avenue.