Newport's riverfront is about to rock even louder with the addition of a new hotel and apartment community.
Many people from Northern Kentucky become frustrated from sitting in traffic and battling for parking spaces every day as they commute across the river to their jobs.
Lunchtime traffic was made difficult in Covington's Licking Riverside Historic District following the partial collapse of a large tree.
Some Frankfort power players will be wined and dined in Northern Kentucky, and then a day's worth of brags and wants will be laid out for them.
Tucked neatly along the shores of the Licking River on the Newport side near the 4th St. Bridge, sits a rather nondescript brown metal building.
For skateboarders, finding decent spots to do big tricks and safely hang out with their friends can be hard to find.
Two nights down, two nights to go at the Great Inland Seafood Festival in Newport.
Lots of delicious munchies yanked from the water for your dining pleasure await you on the riverfront.
Teams across the River City Metro got a taste of the upcoming season with Friday night football scrimmages. The season begins next Friday.
There is lots of movement going on with some Downtown Covington businesses. Some of the news is good and some of it is bad.
Starting this evening, the city of Newport will host the 27th Annual Great Inland Seafood Festival on the banks of the Ohio River.
Newport will break ground next week on its new Scholar House while Covington's proposed project is extended another year.
High atop the hill that looks out across Newport and clear into the hills of Cincinnati, Newport Central Catholic gears up for what they expect to be another winning season.
A great crowd turned out for Glier's Goettafest in Newport on Friday night!
Newport High School football coach, Matt Schmitz has a lot to think about for the upcoming season. There are logistics to finalize, practices to organize and strategies to perfect.