The Kentucky Soybean Board honored its yield and quality contest winners at the Kentucky Commodity Conference on Thursday.
The Lincoln William Grant Scholarship Foundation announced the launch of a new website.
Three students at Villa Madonna Academy were recognized for their entries in the regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, which are administered by the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
5-year old Keegan Smith has never known life without tubes on his face that carry oxygen to his damaged lungs.
The 2020 Greater Cincinnati Polar Plunge is set for Saturday, February 1 at the parking lot near Joe's Crab Shack in Bellevue.
Newport Central Catholic announced the 20th class of inductees into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Northern Kentucky University’s Veterans Resource Station (VRS) concluded its annual “Fill the Boot” campaign with more than $3,000 of donated personal hygiene and non-perishable items this winter.
Someone who purchased a Powerball lottery ticket in Boone County won $100,000 in Saturday night's drawing.
The winning ticket was sold at the Blue Pantry on Richwood Road in Walton.
Northern Kentucky University's 228 student-athletes posted a cumulative 3.39 grade-point average last semester, marking the fifth consecutive semester at or above 3.37, the university's athletics d
The Covington Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #1 announced its annual fallen officer scholarship.
The Kenton County Public Library released its most checked-out items from 2019 and the entire decade.
Most checked-out items in 2019
One lucky Kentucky Lottery player in Edgewood scored a $50,000 winner in the Christmas Day Powerball drawing Wednesday.
Some officers within the Newport Police Department looked scruffier during November.
The annual tradition of No Shave November was celebrated at the department for a cause.
The City of Covington's annual holiday food drive kicked off this season as city employees were called upon to open their hearts and kitchen cupboards to the needy.