The spring forest fire hazard season in Kentucky has officially ended, with 1,171 wildfires burning more than 35,613 acres since the beginning of the year.
Health & Wellness
In Barren County, where 83 percent of the land is used for agriculture but nearly 30 percent of the adult population is considered obese and 13 percent has diabetes, the question might be asked, wh
The Flying Pig Marathon takes off from Downtown Cincinnati on Sunday at 6:30 a.m.
More than one in every ten Kentuckians now have affordable health care – many for the first time – thanks to the successful initial open enrollment period for kynect, Kentucky’s state-based health
The owner of Jackson Florist hosts a free seminar Tuesday night on Gardening with Herbs.
Noticing a bunch of stink bugs in your house?
A few years ago, a man in Pittsburgh created a successful trap using $7 worth of materials.
Maybe this could help you.
As Covington and the NKY River Cities see an increase in farm-to-table, community gardens, farmers markets, and urban agriculture, let's take a look at what's happening with the movemen
The Kentucky Division of Forestry and the Arbor Day Foundation have formed a partnership called the Kentucky Community Tree Recovery Campaign to replace the number of trees lost on the March 2012 t
Calling the measure a big win for efforts to reduce tobacco use in the state and particularly among young people, Gov.
More than 30,000 individuals signed up for healthcare coverage during the April 4-11 kynect special enrollment period, bringing total kynect enrollment to over 402,000.
Father Hermes Park in Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood may soon be born anew.