A Cincinnati man was sentenced to 188 months, more than fifteen years in prison, for distribution of fifty grams or more of crystal methamphetamine.
The Kentucky Heritage Council announced funding for twelve projects across the state, with a third of them in Northern Kentucky.
Paradise Music Festival rocked Seventh Street in downtown Covington on Friday and Saturday nights.
RCN's Brian Frey produced these photos from Friday.
Northbound Amsterdam Road running from Park Hills into Covington will close Monday morning to through traffic to make way for site work related to a pending housing development on the border of the
The first painted barrels created for the NKY Bourbon Barrel Project are out on the streets for a sneak preview.
The process of figuring out the best possible use for the soon-to-be vacant Internal Revenue Service site in Covington is at a halfway point, with the reveal of three potential development plans on
We now know more about what will happen in Covington when the popular light show BLINK returns to Cincinnati and expands into Northern Kentucky in October.
Vietnam War-era veteran Brian Tucker was recently homeless.
Two separate shootings in Covington's City Heights left one person dead and another injured. One man is now behind bars charged with murder.
Scaffolding and temporary netting are being placed on the John A.
The City of Covington will offer the public its first look at three conceptual drawings of what the 23-acre Internal Revenue Service site could look like after being redeveloped.
Braxton Brewing Company will celebrate its fourth anniversary later this month along with a $5 million expansion that includes a new rooftop outdoor area.
When the new Burlington store opens in Newport this fall, it will replace the existing location in Latonia, the company said in a news release Wednesday.
The Children's Home of Northern Kentucky earned "Innovator" status from the Human Rights Campaign, a Washington, D.C.-based organization focused on advancing equality issues for LGBTQ people.
The Covington Business Council will honor Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Brent Cooper at its annual dinner on August 8.