A new reverse transfer program between Northern Kentucky University and Gateway Community and Technical College will offer students the option of obtaining an associate’s degree even after transfer
It's the end of an era in Latonia as Long John Silver's shuttered its longtime location on Winston Avenue.
This story has been updated with comments from Kenton Co. Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders:
A man is shot and a trailer is burned following an overnight incident in Latonia.
Alison Lundergan Grimes loves Kentucky, its people, and she works hard. She is intelligent, educated, bright, and capable.
The 35th annual Maifest continues in Covington's Mainstrasse Village on Sunday.
RCN photographer Brian Frey captured these images from the event on Friday and Saturday:
The annual Fishing Derby at Devou Park's Prisoners Lake took place Saturday afternoon.
Covington is suddenly Ground Zero in the race for Kentucky's US Senate seat.
Just five months removed from debuting as a pop-up shop during the holiday season, Kelley's Kloset has gone from one full-time location to two.
A political party once relegated to the sidelines in Kenton County now dominates nearly every corner of government in Kentucky's third largest county.
As the finals days of the 2014 primary election season slip away, candidates for the top elected positions in Kenton and Campbell Counties have no reason to slow down their campaigns.
Sister Margaret Stallmeyer, retired president of Thomas More College has been named interim provost and vice president for academic affairs for Gateway Community and Technical College, effective Ju
At midnight the right lane on the Brent Spence Bridge and the 4th Street entrance ramp to the bridge's northbound lanes will close until 6 a.m.
Next month, Villa Hills residents David and Darlene Barnes will open the doors of their custom-designed home to the general public as a fundraiser for Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky.