The Northern Kentucky Health Department confirmed only three new cases of COVID-19 in the four-county region on Monday.
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A child fell from a window in downtown Covington on Friday afternoon.
It happened on the 800 block of Madison Avenue.
The City of Covington announced that it is offering $500 bonuses to landlords who sign a new lease through the city's Housing Choice Voucher Program.
Camping at A.J. Jolly Park and Campground is set to open on June 11, Assistant Campbell County Administrator Kim Serra said Wednesday.
Nine new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Northern Kentucky on Wednesday, the second consecutive day in which the number of new coronavirus cases in the region was at single digits.
The Northern Kentucky Young Republicans have called on state lawmakers to take action in four different ways following the deaths of Breonna Taylor in Louisville and George Floyd in Minneapolis and
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky has announced its next round of funding to be released during the coronavirus pandemic.
Eight additional cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Northern Kentucky on Tuesday, bringing the region's total to 1,276 since the pandemic began.
Two people were confirmed dead after a vehicle crashed into the Licking River on Tuesday afternoon.
The City of Newport rescinded its curfew order that was issued on Sunday.
However, the city noted that the curfew is still in effect for people under the age of 18 from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.
345 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus were reported in Kentucky on Monday, Governor Andy Beshear said in producing the numbers from Sunday and Monday.
The nationwide protests against the killing of African-Americans by police arrived in Covington on Sunday as dozens rallied outside police headquarters at 20th Street and Madison Avenue.