The entrance to Locust Pike from Decoursey Pike in the Taylor Mill/Fairview area will close this weekend for a slide repair.
A virtual public meeting is scheduled to discuss the future of the Fourth Street/Veterans Bridge which spans the Licking River between Covington and Newport.
The resignation of Independence City Councilman Lucas Deaton was formally accepted at Monday night's council meeting.
Kentucky State Auditor Mike Harmon's office released its audit of the Campbell County fiscal court for the fiscal year ending 2019 and offered two comments, both related to the Campbell County Dete
A new regional effort to promote COVID-19 vaccines kicked off Tuesday in Cincinnati.
Northern Kentucky University's vice president of student affairs announced Tuesday the college's response to move forward from a second round of racist graffiti put on campus allegedly by a hate gr
Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road (GSKWR) are asking local corporations to purchase its remaining inventory of 1,440 boxes of cookies.
More work is coming to more local bridges.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the Leadership Northern Kentucky (Leadership NKY) Class of 2022.
The Covington city commission will meet in person at City Hall for Tuesday night's caucus meeting, the first such gathering since last July.
Senator Mitch McConnell spoke at St. Elizabeth's Training and Education Center (SETEC) in Erlanger to give updates on the federal government's progress in overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kentucky Army National Guard celebrated the grand opening of its new recruiting station located in the Watertower Square at 601 Washington Avenue in Newport.
Brian Robinson was named superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools, the board of education announced Monday.
A woman faces a murder charge after police say she used her car to kill a man Monday evening in a Latonia parking lot.