Campbell County Police identified the driver killed in a crash on AA Highway on Saturday as Eric Clos, 39, of Brooksville, Ky.
The issue of committee meetings and their role in regular city council meetings came up last week at Edgewood city council.
The Dayton board of education approved its school facility plan, though there are no funds available to address what Superintendent Jay Brewer called a Christmas wish list.
The Covington board of education listened to a presentation on the new Kentucky Academic Standards that will be used in curriculum and then tested in the next school year.
The driver of a car is dead after a crash involving a charter bus that reports indicate was transporting students from Covington Catholic High School, according to multiple media reports.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court opened a time capsule placed in the former Kenton County government building on Court Street in Covington back in 1969 when that tower opened.
The Covington city commission is expected to vote on Tuesday on an updated ordinance regulating the operation of homeless shelters in the city.
The Kentucky House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation establishing a statewide mental health first aid training program. The training laid out in House Bill 153, sponsored by Rep.
The Kentucky Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a bill raising the minimum age one must be in Kentucky to buy tobacco and e-cigarette products to 21.
The Kentucky Democratic Party is upset over polling locations in the upcoming February 25 special election to fill the statehouse seat vacated by Democratic State Rep.
A bill that would add publicly-leased playgrounds to the list of locations off limits to registered sex offenders has passed a House committee.
One of the roads that leads to Covington's Devou Park will close for about a month for a stormwater improvement project.
Detour signs are expected to go up at Devou Drive on Thursday.
The Republican nominee in the special election in House District 67 is seeing her candidacy challenged by a Campbell County Democrat.
A $2 million gift from former U.S. Ambassador Patricia L. Herbold and her husband, Dr. Robert J. Herbold, creates an endowed deanship at Northern Kentucky University's Chase College of Law.