The Kentucky Hospital Association has reiterated its support of smoke-free workplaces and public places throughout the state in hopes that 2015 will be the year that legislators pass a statewide ba
About 35 kids from the Paul Brondhaver Foundation for Military Families, Covington Independent Public Schools, Cincinnati Public Schools, and North College Hill Schools, took part in a shopping spr
Some new billboards are popping up in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati courtesy of the Creation Museum as it embarks upon the development of an amusement park dedicated to Noah's Ark in Grant Count
Walmart is offering up a $20,000 food pantry makeover to a charitable organization and two local ones are trying to win it.
The City of Independence and the Independence Business Association crowned a new Miss Independence Friday night at the Simon Kenton auditorium.
"Food grown with love is good for your soul."
This year has been a big one for Make Goebel Great, a grassroots organization whose mission is to "create a safe, healthy, and creative environment to play, socialize, and grow."
Trail projects in Kenton and Campbell Counties scored big funds from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, it was announced Wednesday.
Covington is now a standard for how to put on pop-up shops.
Children of all ages enjoy trains, and the display of Lionel trains at the Behringer-Crawford museum is no exception.
With 30 million green bean casseroles appearing on Thanksgiving tables, Kentuckians can relish in this holiday ranking: The Bluegrass State is No. 1 in the U.S.