It is pretty to safe to say that Dayton Police K9 Tesa is a hard-working crime-fighter, and maybe a little spoiled!
A tombstone was found in Dayton and police are looking for relatives of the young girl whose name is on it.
Law enforcement officers from agencies across the state were recognized Friday for completing the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Academy of Police Supervision.
It was a nontraditional route, but Timothy Eugene Sargent is now a proud graduate of Dayton High School.
A proposed future location of a new city building in Dayton would require the demolition of four nearby houses and the elimination of a green space in the city center.
The Dayton Board of Education adopted a change in the 2017-18 student handbook at its meeting on Monday night.
The man found dead inside a vehicle in Dayton was missing for several days, according to a woman who spoke to police.
The Brent Spence Bridge at I-71/75 in Covington is down to two lanes in both directions, the Kentucky Route 9 project has disrupted traffic patterns in Newport, and now comes another major interrup
The Dayton Police Department has been awarded a grant for its K9, Tesa.
A door pop and heat alarm will be provided at no cost, thanks to Hero K9 and support from the public.
The renovation of Dayton High School is almost completed. The improvements include heightened security features.
Kentucky Route 8, as it snakes along the Ohio River, has seen transformation across the Northern Kentucky River Cities and their historic business districts.
It was a busy weekend across the River Cities!
A house in Dayton burned to the ground on Monday.
A big weekend is in store in the Northern Kentucky River Cities!
While giving a presentation in Frankfort, leaders from the Dayton Independent School District got wind of a grant opportunity that could benefit its youngest students.