The man accused of running over and killing a woman while high on heroin is now in custody.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes spoke to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce at the Metropolitan Club in Covington on Friday.
Former Kenton County District Judge Chas Brannen has filed to run for the Covington City Commission.
After nearly two decades of being self-employed working in commercial wiring, Tim Jensen wanted to try something else.
It was constructed in 1888 as Covington Firehouse #4 and now 126 years later is on the real estate market.
A man faces more than five years in prison after a Kenton County jury took less than fifteen minutes to convict him Thursday.
Three suspects are in custody after a police chase that started in Newport ended in Covington on Thursday afternoon.
The Covington City Commission meeting ended Tuesday night with a song from City Commissioner Michelle Williams.
Some long awaited road projects in Northern Kentucky's urban cities may finally be on the way.
The Paint the Town program will be in Latonia in June.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear's proposed highway plan for 2014-2020 includes some funding plans for the Brent Spence Bridge project.
UPDATE (11:30 a.m.): Package turned out to be a suitcase with clothes in it. Scene is clear.
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The Gateway Community & Technical College board of directors has not held a meeting since a testy one in November, possibly the last for all of its members whose terms expired.
The Brent Spence Bridge project, the Gateway Community & Technical College urban metro campus in Downtown Covington, and a new health innovation center at Northern Kentucky University were all